Found June 26, 2012 on Cippin on Sports:
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Above is Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discussing the comments made about Rodger Goodell by Scott Fujita, a former New Orleans Saints linebacker. Fujita is now a member of the Cleveland Browns. Fujita played alongside Saints Linebacker Jonathan Vilma for two seasons. Both are key suspects in the chargers that are against the Saints in the bounty case. Both Vilma and Fujita will be facing suspension this season, Vilma will miss the whole year and Fujita is missing three games.


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