Found March 02, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
The New Orleans Saints are facing discipline from the NFL for their "Bounty Program", according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Fantasy Spin: In this program, defensive players on the Saints collected a bounty for injuring players on the opposing team under the direction of former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Brett Favre and Kurt Warner were among those players that were targeted - and fines, suspensions, and possibly losing draft picks could be the end result of this scandal for New Orleans.
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