Found April 21, 2012 on Players View:
ST. LOUIS—You can say a lot of things about new Rams linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar but disloyal can’t be one of them. At a time in his career when the former Saints defender should have the term ‘ no comment’ tattooed on his forehead, Dunbar is actually stepping up and taking a stand on behalf of his former DC Gregg Williams. Please click the link below to read the rest of this story and watch a interview with Dunbar that divulges his entire back story.
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