Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma and his attorney, Peter Ginsberg, left Monday's appeal hearing prematurely, claiming commissioner Roger Goodell did not provide new evidence in a timely manner. Ginsberg said the hearing was "a sham." The NFL handed over select evidence Friday, adhering to the required three days notice of evidence before Monday's appeal. It is not known what additional evidence linked Vilma to the bounty scandal. He was suspended for the 2012 season and the three other players suspended, Anthony Hargrove, Will Smith and Scott Fujita, continued their appeal hearing Monday. CBS Sports reported 16 exhibits were entered as evidence against the players, including email messages and handwritten notes detailing bounty amounts. One allegedly titled "QB out pool," listed interim head coach Joe Vitt as a $5,000 contributor.