Originally written on Helmet2Helmet  |  Last updated 4/7/12
Earlier today, I mentioned the fallout from BountyGate has predictably divided the public into two factions: Those, like a certain Vikings punter, who are adamantly and vehemently against Gregg Williams’ tactics, and those who choose to take a softer stance on the subject matter. We’ve already seen one end of the spectrum, but now we’re seeing the other end — the sympathetic end — courtesy of NFL Network analyst and retired quarterback Kurt Warner. On Saturday, Warner took to his Twitter account to say he disagrees with the notion that Williams deserves to be banned for life from the NFL. In fact, he even suggested the disgraced defensive coordinator deserves a second chance. Kurt Warner ✔ @kurt13warner All this talk about Gregg Williams receiving a "LIFETIME" ban from NFL... I disagree, we all deserve a 2nd chance! What r ur thoughts? #fb 7 Apr 12 Reply Retweet Favorite Minutes later, when one of his followers validly argued that Willia...
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  • In life we all will make decisions that in retrospect wish we could take back. I'm sure little by little one might become jaded and the obvious blurred. In that I feel that the media let this get out of hand. Sure there should not have been any money changing hands, take the cash incentives out of the picture and you have a picture of most defensive locker rooms. I feel the points the NFL wanted to make are felt and understood. Anymore media backlash is having a tabloid effect, enough is enough! Let's get back to football!!!

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