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Chris Kluwe and Visanthe Shiancoe lamented the tactics of former Saints coordinator Gregg Williams after the release of audio from a pregame speech.
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A pair of Minnesota Vikings teammates can't let go of the thought they should have been playing in the Super Bowl two-plus years ago after the latest came to light on former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams' bounty system.
Audio released Thursday demonstrated Williams' tough tactics before a January playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers...
When audio of Gregg Williams‘ speech to his Saints troops was leaked earlier this week, subsequently setting the internet ablaze, some have argued that other coaches use the same verbal tactics, while others were genuinely disgusted with Williams ordering defenders to purposely injure the opposition.
You can definitely count Vikings punter Chris Kluwe into the latter category....
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe didn't mince words while sharing his thoughts on former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams' speech prior to the team's playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers.
"'The way you earn respect is through fear.' Are you (expletive) kidding me?" Kluwe posted on his Twitter account, referencing a...
Former Tampa Buccaneers legend Warren Sapp has once again cast his opinion regarding the New Orleans Saints ongoing soap opera.
In an interview with The Contra Costa Times, Sapp responded to the audio tape that surfaced yesterday of former Saints DC Gregg Williams more or less demanding that his players maim certain 49ers prior to a NFC Wild Card playoff game last season.
When the NFL released coaching discipline for Bountygate, it stated that Gregg Williams would be able to appeal his “indefinite” suspension after one year. After hearing audio of one of Williams’ speeches to Saints defenders, his suspension needs to be definite and everlasting.
The whole Gregg Williams tape thing has me thinking about football when I should be enjoying golf or baseball (You win, ESPN & Derek Medlin. I give up.)
As you may have heard, football is a violent game. It is so violent, in fact, that long-term participation in the sport is all but guaranteed to cause serious health problems in later years. Even short-term participation (lets...
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The writing is probably on the wall for Gregg Williams. For his role in the New Orleans Saints bounty program the team’s former defensive coordinator was suspended indefinitely by the NFL. Then the audio of a pregame speech he gave for a game against the San Francisco 49ers came out and that was [...]
As if the regular season matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints did not have enough built-in drama, the pregame speech by Gregg Williams before last season’s playoff matchup may be the ultimate bulletin board material, months before players even take the field. Recently released recordings made during a documentary of
When we hear a comment, regardless of its importance, context is everything, and sometimes it takes the passage of time to bring to light the true context behind things players and coaches say.
As we all know by now, Gregg Williams was slammed with an indefinite suspension last month by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. The penalty is the most severe punishment ever handed down to...
There is no way to defend Gregg Williams now, no way to hear those words on tape and not acknowledge that the former defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints crossed lines in ways that not only deserved, but demanded significant punishment.
Whatever you thought of Bountygate before -- and the notion that everyone in the NFL operates this way has been a persistent undercurrent...
As a vilifed group showed up to beg for a reduced sentence, the brainchild of their crime stared down more evidence that he should never again be paid to coach football on any level.
Gregg Williams ought to be banned for life.
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton visited the NFL’s mothership Thursday, to appeal to the compassionate side of his judge, jury and arbitrator—commissioner...
Former NFL linebacker Antonio Pierce played under former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams when they were both a part of the Washington Redskins organization in 2004.
Pierce, who now works for ESPN, sat down with Rachel Nichols and gave his thoughts on the Saints bounty scandal and talked about his time with Williams.
After listening to the audio of Williams’...