Found December 07, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
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As a result of the Bountygate scandal involving the New Orleans Saints’ pay-for-hits program, head coach Sean Payton was barred from the NFL for the 2013 season. One very important stipulation of the suspension states that Payton is “prohibited from direct or indirect communication of any sort with employees of the 32 clubs, including through third parties; and such prohibited communications shall include, but are not limited to, phone or electronic contact.” There’s only one small problem with such gag orders: the NFL doesn’t really have the means to enforce them. It’s one thing keep a guy away from team facilities. That’s easy, you just tell every security guard to be on the lookout for the guy who’s been around every day since 2006. But monitoring all communication? That’s a different beast — and some New York Giants players are questioning Payton’s compliance with the league’s orders. Count punter Steve Weatherford as a non-believer: Of course he will get his message to them someho
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