Found March 09, 2012 on
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Gregg Williams is technically St. Louis Rams linebacker Brady Poppinga's defensive coordinator for at least a few more days.
This didn't keep Poppinga from ripping Williams for orchestrating a bounty program while with the New Orleans Saints.
Poppinga feels that strongly about a system the seven-year NFL veteran described with such terms as "degrading," "animalistic" and "repulsive" during a Thursday interview with FOXSports.com.
"I just can't sit there and be silent," Poppinga said. "I look at this as an opportunity to share with the public that we, as football players, are not barbaric and out to try and destroy everything in our path. Football is my profession and I take it seriously. It's an art form. It's technical, strategic and takes a lot of intelligence to play.
"When this came out, it started to confirm the idea that football guys are idiots. That's not who we are. Ninety-five percent of the guys...
BEST OF MAXIM
On Jan. 26, 2010, New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who has since admitted to administering a bounty program within the New Orleans Saints defense, appeared on Nashville’s 3 Hour Lunch radio show on 104.5 The Zone to discuss the upcoming Super Bowl between the Saints and the Indianapolis Colts while extolling the finer points of his coaching philsophy.
'A CONSPIRACY THEORY'
Serious penalties are likely headed the New Orleans Saints’ way after an NFL investigation brought forth allegations last week of a pay-for-play bounty system under former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams that rewarded players for injuring opponents.
But former Saints quarterback and current New Orleans sports talk radio host Bobby Hebert thinks it’s all one big plot by...
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher says he feels the indefinite suspension of defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was ''warranted'' for running a bounty pool in New Orleans.
At a news conference Wednesday, Fisher said he'd been unaware of the NFL investigation when he hired Williams in January.
Fisher says he'll probably use a committee of coaches to replace...
How many people do you think are currently scurrying around the NFL offices looking at tape of every single New Orleans Saints game over the past few years? How about the other defenses that Gregg Williams was in charge of? Think they are tabulating the number of opposing players injured and/or knocked out of games?
The NFL Players Association announced Wednesday it would launch its own investigation into the New Orleans Saints' illegal bounty program.
The Saints are bracing for what is expected to be one of the harshest penalties ever imposed on an NFL team for its illegal payouts, whereby players were offered cash incentives for injuring opponents.
"Until the facts are known, judgment...
Retired NFL safety Coy Wire says he was part of a small group of Buffalo Bills players who pooled money and rewarded themselves for hurting opponents during his rookie season in 2002.
Though the Bills were coached by Gregg Williams then, Wire told The Associated Press on Thursday the ''pay-for-play pool'' was solely player-driven. Wire says he was wrong and crossed...
The New Orleans Saints’ bounty system scandal has been the biggest story of the offseason (well, maybe second biggest – some guy in Indianapolis has been in the news a bit too).
We’ve been subjected to hours of television and countless internet columns vilifying the players for participating, the coordinator (Gregg Williams) for organizing, and the general manager (Mickey Loomis...
It's been a crazy week in the National Football League. The combine is over, draft talk is heating up, franchise tags have been handed out, teams have started re-signing their own players, and some cuts have gone down. A crazy week... and then the pay for pain story broke. Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, then of the New Orleans Saints, was caught with an elaborate bounty...