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The NFL reportedly has a copy of a "ledger" that details week-by-week earnings of New Orleans Saints players involving the team's alleged bounty system.
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Saints coach Joey Vitt joked that Brees eventually will show up because he can't do anything else, including sing and dance, the QB tweeted an equally jokey response.
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Jonathan Vilma laughed off the supposed "ledger" the Saints kept of bounties they had put on opposing players that the NFL said it had as evidence.
On Thursday, filmmaker Sean Pamphilon posted a very long explanation on his website, which broke down why he released the famous audio of former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams telling his defense “kill the head & the body dies.”
You can read it for yourself. But the impression that I got from Pamphilon’s story is that both Drew...
There have been so many troubles for the Saints this offseason that I have become desensitized to any new stories that come out. At this point, any news that isn’t bad is GREAT. A New Orleans Saints ticket holder has created a website to take donations to give to Drew Brees, as he awaits a new contract. As much as I love and respect Drew, I wouldn’t give him a dime of my own...
The NFL has obtained a 'ledger' that the New Orleans Saints kept during the team's alleged pay-for-play bounty program, Yahoo! Sports reported Friday. The written documentation details weekly earnings for players in the team's bounty system.
The NFL has been adamant that it has proof the Saints employed a bounty program, but hasn't publicly released any of it...
Jonathon Vilma and others have been asking for the NFL to prove they have evidence that the New Orleans Saints ran a bounty program and this may be the first inkling that evidence does exist.
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the NFL has a copy of a ledger that was kept detailing weekly earnings for Saints players that participated in the bounty program. The ledger reportedly...
A Lions fan who called in two bomb threats during Detroit's playoff loss to the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome in January pleaded guilty to the offense in court.
Shawn Payton, 34, admitted a felony charge of using interstate communications to transmit a threat as he appeared Friday afternoon in US District Court in Detroit, MLive.com reported.
Payton called in the hoax...
A documentary filmmaker says in a long website post that Drew Brees, Scott Fujita and the NFL Players Association knew about his recording of a vicious motivational speech by ex-Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams before it was released.
Sean Pamphlion says the players sought to influence when the recording was made public.
Pamphilon was working on a film with ALS-afflicted...
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