ST. LOUIS (AP) For now, it's business as usual for Gregg Williams, who is on the job behind closed doors with the rest of the St. Louis assistant coaches.
The parking lot at the team's training facility is full this week because there's plenty to do. Free agency starts next week, and there will be minicamps before and after the draft for the Rams, plus they're all still getting to know the roster. There's that No. 2 overall pick to deal with.
It can't hurt staying busy while waiting for the hammer to fall.
Williams, the Rams' new defensive coordinator, is facing a possible suspension and fine after admitting that he ran a bounty pool of up to 50,000 over the past three seasons when he was the defensive coordinator in New Orleans. The NFL said players received payoffs for knocking targeted opponents out of the game.
Whether Williams is shelved for two weeks, a month or longer, the Rams must make contingency plans.
Aside from releasing Williams' apology, the franchise that inheri...