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Former New Orleans Saints assistant head coach, Gregg Williams, testified during the Bounty-Gate investigation that he attempted to put an end to the program in 2009, per the Associated Press. Williams claims he was overruled, however, but current interim head coach, Joe Vitt. Vitt as the linebackers coach at the time, but also had the [...]
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