Found September 11, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma sent notice through his legal team that he's willing to sit down for a formal meeting with commissioner Roger Goodell. Vilma and attorney Peter Ginsberg walked out of a joint appeal hearing June 18. That meeting started with all four suspended players -- Saints defensive end Will Smith, free agent Anthony Hargrove and Browns linebacker Scott Fujita -- before it was delayed and then re-started without Vilma hours later. Ginsberg declined to return for that meeting after adjournment and called the appeal hearing "a sham." Tuesday, he told ESPN he and Vilma are ready to talk to Goodell. The commissioner is reviewing the bounty case again after a three-person appeals panel, including two former judges, vacated the NFL punishment for players through the union's appeal process. Vilma was suspended for the entire 2012 season. The NFL alleges he placed a $10,000 bounty on quarterbacks Kurt Warner and Brett Favre in the 2010 postseas...
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