Found July 01, 2012 on
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Jonathan Vilma first sued the NFL after being suspended for the entire 2012-13 season for his alleged role in the now infamous “Bountygate” scandal. Vilma is now suing again claiming Goodell did not timely ruling on his appeal. It seems, given the relatively quick turnaround on Sean Payton’s appeal (The hearing was 4/5/12 & the [...]
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According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma has laid out who he believes is the whistleblower that sparked the bounty scandal, in the latest lawsuit that he filed against the NFL.
Vilma (like some other people) believes that former Saints defensive assistant Mike Cerullo is the person who spoke with the league back in...
Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma is suing the NFL in federal court, claiming Commissioner Roger Goodell failed to make a timely appeal ruling regarding Vilma's season-long suspension in connection with the league's bounty investigation.
The lawsuit filed Saturday night in U.S. District Court in New Orleans also asks for a temporary restraining order to allow Vilma to continue...
MUTINY AFTER THE BOUNTY
So with all the free time on his hands after being suspended by the NFL for the entire season, Saints head coach Sean Payton can spend a lot of quality time with the wife, right? Uh, maybe not.
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, who has been suspended for the season for his part of the bounty scandal, has problems in his personal life too, as he has filed for divorce, the New Orleans Times Picayune reported Monday. Payton filed for divorce from his wife, Beth, on June 14, according to the report. The filings appear to have been written to hide the identities...
While six out of the 21 franchised NFL players remained unsigned as we get closer to training camp, one player that certainly hasn’t gained much support amongst his peers, is Saints quarterback Drew Brees.
With the NFLPA sending a letter to the NFL stating that they believe the Saints haven’t been bargaining in good faith and that Brees may be a victim of his stance...
That's 99.6% that have. It looks like there's no backlash in New Orleans Saints territory for the teams involvement in the big bounty scandal. They love their Saints, and it shows.
Team spokesman Greg Bensel took to Twitter to boast that the Saints are still a big draw when it comes to filling their stadium.
He cited a Wall Street Journal chart that shows the Saints are...
Defensive back Corey White and offensive tackle Marcel Jones signed four-year deals with the Saints. White was a fifth-round pick out of Samford, while Jones (Nebraska) is the final seventh-round pick this year to sign with his team. The Saints' only unsigned draft picks are fourth-round wide receiver Nick Toon and sixth-round guard Andrew Tiller.
In the latest salvo thrown in the seemingly neverending bounty scandal, New Orleans Saints' Jonathan Vilma is bringing out the heavy guns at the NFL with his 27-page civil complaint against the league.
Vilma and his attorney Peter Ginsberg think that there's way too many flaws in the NFL's case, and details each and every one of them in the document.
Drew Brees Concussion Trivia: Who Dat Cabbie?!Fan of Drew Brees? Concerned about the safety of football players and the concussions they face? Well, than this is your video. Everyone else will give this about a 2 minute watch before moving on. Drew Brees’ passion for educating the public on the misconceptions of concussions and the severity of the injury has branched out to...