Found May 07, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, former New Orleans Saints defensive end Anthony Hargrove claims in a sign declaration that both Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and linebackers coach Joe Vitt told him to deny any existence of a bounty program to NFL security when they interviewed him back in 2010.

You can read the written declaration for yourself, right here.

Hargrove’s declaration only hurts the Saints even further as they look for some sort of sympathy from the league.

I understand Saints fans supporting their team, but you can’t deny the fact that the Saints are a dirty organization as more and more evidence comes to light. And let’s face it, evidence or not, the fact that Jonathan Vilma keeps denying his involvement is a joke.


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