Found June 26, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Most of the Saints players believe it was someone other than Anthony Hargrove whose voice is heard on a video saying, "give me the money," CBSSports.com's Mike Freeman reported Monday. Freeman was told almost the entire team believes it was another player on the team who said it, and the players are trying to get that player to admit it was him. Although Freeman doesn't identify the player believed to have said the words, NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk reported that multiple sources have indicated that the players believe it was defensive tackle Remi Ayodele. The NFL believes it is Hargrove who made the statement, and has used it as evidence that Hargrove was involved in the bounty scandal.
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