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During the Bounty Gate drama things were predictably tense at the New Orleans Saints compound.
When linebackers coach Joe Vitt testified before former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue on Dec.3, 2012, his verbiage was raw as he explained his version of various events.
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Saints quarterback Drew Brees did not hold back one bit when hammering former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, saying, "He sounds like a madman."
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Really? Gregg Williams did what?
According to a report in Wednesday's New Orleans Times-Picayune, New Orleans Saints Assistant Coach Joe Vitt made some strong allegations against former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who is accused of running a bounty program.
Among the nuggets the paper found after obtaining Vitt's testimony...
Drew Brees says the Saints are ready to put the bounty scandal ''to bed,'' be gracious Super Bowl hosts and look forward to next season.
Brees has been an ambassador for New Orleans since he arrived in 2006, and is maintaining that role with a busy schedule this week as the Big Easy prepares to host its first Super Bowl in more than a decade on Sunday.
New Orleans Saints spokesman Greg Bensel says general manager Mickey Loomis has a contract that runs through 2017.
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Now that the Tennessee Titans are ready to hire former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg WIlliams, some players have told Mike Freeman of CBS Sports that not everyone is going to trust him since he’s a “rat” to them after coming clean to the NFL regarding bounty gate.
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Amid the luster of the Super Bowl, the constant partying, and hundreds of events, one amazing charitable organization will be putting on a myriad of events to help the New Orleans homeless and indigent community.
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Since Sean Payton dropped Steve Spagnuolo like a bag of dirt it's all hands on deck this week. Andrew Juge, Fearless leader Dave, and Kevin Held all join Ralph to discuss the Spags firing, and possible replacements.
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The St. Louis Rams have decided not to hire Rob Ryan as defensive coordinator and stepped in a new direction by hiring Frank Bush as linebackers coach.
Bush replaces Blake Williams, son of Gregg Williams, who was briefly defensive coordinator with the Rams last winter before being suspended indefinitely for his role in the Saints bounty scandal.
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