Sean Pamphilon had been best known to the sports world as the producer, director and narrator of a documentary film featuring running back Ricky Williams. That was before his release earlier this month of the chilling audio of former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams' rant before last season's playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Some have questioned Pamphilon's intentions in releasing the audio, which occurred after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Williams indefinitely along with bans on Saints head coach Sean Payton (one year), assistant-turned-interim head coach Joe Vitt (six games) and GM Mickey Loomis (eight games).
FOXSports.com reached out to Pamphilon this week, and the controversial filmmaker discusses why he didn't make the Williams' audio public immediately, the unreleased video from that night, his dealings with the NFL and his intentions behind the audio's release.
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