Saints News 6/10/13: Gregg Williams Never Doubted He Would Coach Again In NFL

Chris Graythen

The much maligned and criticized former Saints defensive coordinator said today he's grateful to be working again with the Titans and that he never doubted he would eventually get another NFL job. Check out the video below. He not only looks very different but he also sounds different. This Who Dat barely recognizes him.



Triple G has a new team and new look.

Gregg Williams grateful for another chance to coach | ProFootballTalk
"I feel like I am home," Williams said. "I guess I was pretty young when I was coaching those guys, . . . So that is fun. It has been great for me to see just how good a head coach Mike Munchak is, . . . And the fact I get to work with Jerry again, we are so much on the same page.

Gregg Williams: I never had a doubt I'd be back in NFL -
Many NFL observers predicted that former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams never would get an NFL job again after his role in the "Bountygate" scandal. But Williams said Monday he never had a doubt.


Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?

SaintsWin: Opinion & Analysis: The Payton Rules
Sean Payton's legacy as a head coach in New Orleans seems rather open-ended these days.

Rob Ryan calls 2012 New Orleans Saints' run defense unsound |
"Honestly, I don't think the scheme was very sound in the running game," Ryan said in the interview, which aired over the weekend. " ... I know it wasn't. We're going to fix it. That's definitely been fixed."

New Orleans Saints set for their final week of organized team activities |
"We have one more week left (of OTAs)," Payton said last week. "We're pretty healthy, which is encouraging. The most important thing is, with so many new guys, how are they practicing? You have to learn to practice with each other when you're not in pads. It's a little more challenging than just doing it. I was encouraged with not seeing a lot of guys on the ground. Again, all of it is in preparation of training camp."

Saints New-Look Defense Under Rob Ryan Impressing Early - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Not many were sure how the new 3-4 defense the New Orleans Saints made the switch to under new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan would look this early in the preseason, but the new-look unit is impressing everyone from the media to quarterback Drew Brees.

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We're close to finalizing a "Bizarro Saints' Mount Rushmore" on the Podcast that should have the majority consent of the esteemed panel (which includes Ralph Malbrough, Dave Cariello and Kevin Held) but I wanted to spare you the suspense and give you my votes prior to that episode.

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Sean Payton on John Jenkins' role, under- and overrated Saints, and more on 'Black and Gold Today' |
Where Saints players fall on a pair of rankings, and what's ahead for John Jenkins.


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"He reminds (me) of Troy Polamalu with his closing speed," Palmer told King. "He might not be the fastest guy out there, but he can change directions and get to the ball really fast, like Troy."

Wes Welker finally able to be himself as member of the Denver Broncos - Yahoo! Sports
"I feel like I can be myself a little more for sure," said Welker, who signed a two-year, $12-million deal with the Broncos on March 13, a day after becoming an unrestricted free agent. Asked if he'd received any pre-interview lectures about what subjects to avoid, Welker laughed and said, "Here? No. … All they told me was, 'Just be yourself.' "

Falcons' White not backing down from Super Bowl talk
"There’s nothing left but to make it to the Super Bowl," he said, according to "We gotta make it or else changes have to be made. Because this team has maxed out. There’s no more get to the NFC Championship and lose, get to the NFC Championship and lose and again and again. We can’t do that, we got to make it to the big game and find a way to win."

Chad Johnson gets 30 days in jail for probation violation | ProFootballTalk
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CHICAGO: Dan Pompei: Left tackle Bushrod working to develop Pro Bowl skill set to fullest - Football Wires -
"Coaches were very patient with me," Bushrod said. "They understood I wasn't going to be ready the first year. Even now I'm trying to get my technique as sound as I can, do all the little things, staying on top of it. If I don't do that, I won't have a job. I want to stick around as long as I can, so I have to get better every single day. It's not about making a night-and-day change. It's about working hard on something small every chance you get."

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