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((HT: Fox8Live.com))It appears that the New Orleans Saints (or, at least, 22 to 27 of them, anyway) may have had an internally-funded bounty program that served as motivation for the players during the 2009, 2010, and 2011 season...DC Gregg Williams was always known as an aggressive guy, so this really isn't a surprise...But, seriously, the HQ asks: So what...??? And who doesn't do this...???Here's Sean Fazende at the adult table...DayPortPlayer.newPlayer({articleID:"30213",bannerAdConDefID:"13",videoAdObjectID:"12",videoAdConDefID:"5",accPos:"CCTVI.NEWS.LOCAL",accSite:"WVUE",playVideoAds:"true",isDevMode:"false",slideShow:"false",idmMarkerID:"Shadowbox8e4600194b134619b049916bbf780afc",autoPlay:"false",categoryID:"3",playerInstanceID:"68C8B159-BF06-A4F1-D73D-81F034362211",domain:"wvue.web.entriq.net",playerType:"Dayport"});...
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