@JonVilma51 You and all your teamates who took part in the Favre bounty are punks, if I ever see you upclose I will take leadpipe 2 ur knee
Truly enjoyed those ridiculous tweets today they were pretty Amusing. Loved da support from my tru fans even more tho, Who Dat and go canes!
My heart goes out to the ppl in the hoosier state and other areas that have to deal w/ the tornadoes. God bless u all.
Just seeing all the reports about the Saints D. I knew there was something fishy about getting punched in the face during our playoff game
Funny how negativity always sparks ppl interest but if someone talks about charity or foundation work.. It's mostly **crickets**
Thankful for another day! Happy Saturday everybody.
Just waking up in the morning, gotta thank GOD!!
There is a good article on the WSJ about the Saints Bounty program...the best quote "somewhere, Bill Belichick is smiling."
Going to get a slight workout this morning even though I'm suppose to be resting my body,.,,
Sorry, Saints but the everybody-else-does-it excuse is the oldest and lamest in the book. Nixon used it, too, as have many, many since.
Samari says thx guys she really loves the compliments. My lil monster is a handful n asks 1.2 million questions. Any1 want to babysit 4 me?
Reggie Bush gave us Mike Ornstein. Ornstein gave us EMAILED offers of bounties. So, in a way, it really is Reggie Bush's fault.
Also, why wouldn't NFL hand down punishment immediately? Doesn't make sense to wait. Act swiftly
Jay Glazer Sources now tell me Saints penalty will be handed down prior to NFL Owners mtg that starts last wk of March and possibly within next wk or 2
Jay Glazer On the news side, was just told the Saints have placed the franchise tag on QB Drew Brees.
For New Orleans Saints, bounty scandal could lead to suspensions, fines, loss of draft picks | NOLA.com
James Varney - The club has not denied the broad outlines of the scheme where Saints defenders pooled money and paid bonuses for hits.
NFL: Saints had 'bounty' program from 2009-11, face punishments | sportsnola.com
Sports Network - The National Football League released the results of a lengthy investigation on Friday, which discovered that Saints players utilized a bounty program from 2009-2011.
NFL reports Saints broke ‘Bounty Rule’ | The Advocate
Associated Press - New Orleans Saints players and at least one assistant coach maintained a bounty pool of up to $50,000 the past three seasons to reward game-ending injuries inflicted on opposing players, including Brett Favre and Kurt Warner, the NFL said Friday.
NFL finds Saints maintained illegal bounty program - severe penalties expected | wwltv.com
Bradley Handwerger - An investigation by the NFL has found that former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams maintained a "bounty" program in violation of league rules from 2009-11, including cash for injuring players and knocking them out of games.
In bounty scandal, New Orleans Saints will pay a steep price | NOLA.com
Jeff Duncan - Expect the NFL to make an example out of the Saints.
New Orleans Saints muddy their name for no good reason | NOLA.com
John DeShazier - The label of being a dirty team will linger for New Orleans.
Forecast: Bounty Fest will take down Saints | wwltv.com
Malbrough - March 2, 2012 will be known as the day the party ended. If you think the Saints will come out from the bounty disaster resembling anything close to the 13-3 championship contender they were at the close of 2011 you are fooling yourself.
Bounty Fest 2K9-11 is the latest revelation of a franchise gone rogue | wwltv.com
Bradley Handwerger - Camelot is broken, falling apart and disintegrating in ways that are both shocking and, upon looking back, expected.
Sean Payton’s Hubris, Relationship With Mike Ornstein, Are at Center of Saints’ Bounty Scandal | The Big Lead
Jason Lisk - Hubris–this bounty scandal is ultimately about the hubris of the Saints organization, keyed by their head coach, Sean Payton.
Ex-Saints safety Sharper calls allegations of bounties 'ridiculous' | nfl.com
Former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper flatly denied the findings of an NFL investigation that claimed the team instituted a "bounty" program between 2009-2011, telling NFL.com on Friday that players never intentionally tried to injure opponents.
Players react to Saints' 'bounty' program on Twitter | nfl.com
News of the Saints instituting a "bounty" program will be a heated debate in the game, judging by the reaction of current and former NFL players on Twitter.
Who Dat fans react to NFL's Saints investigation | wwltv.com
Tania Dall - A little cash incentive to get Saints players to perform on the field is a no-no according to the NFL.
Ex-Patriot Brown 'having a hard time digesting' Saints' scandal | nfl.com
Troy Brown knows what it's like to participate in a "pay for performance" system. The former New England Patriots wideout and kick returner even knows what it's like to be the money man behind a "kitty" pool.
Hokie Audio: Saints ''not The Only Team'' That Paid Bounties | wwl.com
One former NFL player says the fact that the league accuses the Saints of setting up a bounty system to pay defensive players to knock opposing offenses out of the game, should come as no surprise. (HansDat note: I have no doubt that this audio is pretty hokey.)
Saints' 'pay for performance' system commonplace in NFL | nfl.com
Bucky Brooks - The news of the New Orleans Saints operating a "bounty" program from 2009 to 2011 under defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has created quite a stir since the news broke Friday, but I will let you in on a dirty little secret: The practice is commonplace throughout the league.
Ex-Titan Bishop says Williams didn't have bounties in Tennessee | nfl.com
Gregg Williams' "pay for performance" system during the three years he spent as defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints was not the only "bounty" program revealed Friday.
Saints bounty story worse than Spygate | ESPN.com
John Clayton - As bad as the infamous New England Patriots' Spygate case was in 2007, no one got hurt except teams that lost close games. Placing a bounty on opponents is far worse.
Unfair to criticize Allen in Saints' scandal - NFL Nation Blog | ESPN.com
Bill Williamson - Where does Dennis Allen stand in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal that has rocked the NFL?
What could happen to Gregg Williams - NFC West Blog | ESPN.com
Mike Sando - The question for NFC West observers is to what degree this Saints scandal will affect new St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who held the same job in New Orleans from 2009 through last season.
Saints bounty scandal: What's the proper punishment? | nfl.com
The Saints maintained a bounty program for three seasons involving players and then-defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. What kind of punishment do participants deserve? Our analysts debate.
Other Stuff That Doesn't Seem To Matter As Much As It Used To
New Orleans Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis disputes alleged comments about Drew Brees | NOLA.com
Mike Triplett - Loomis: 'Great' debate over Brees 'ridiculous'.
New Orleans Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis still focused on free agency, Drew Brees deal | NOLA.com
Mike Triplett - Bounty investigation hasn't derailed Saints from football priorities. (HansDat note - The priorities right now are covering up the bounty program and not talking about the bounty program.)
Who Even Cares About S*** Like This Right Now?
NFL gives guidance to its music hopefuls | The Advocate
Nekesa Mumbi Moody (AP) - Even before Darren Howard entered the NFL, the defensive end had dreams of being in the music business.
V-Roll Roll Call
No Regret For Team Bounties - ESPN Video | ESPN.com
Former Redskins DB Matt Bowen says he has no regrets for team bounties.