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NFL, Players Disagree On Context Of Bounty Email

The Associated Press acquired an infamous e-mail that convicted felon Mike Ornstein sent the Saints coaching staff when he was in prison last September. The e-mail has been cited by the NFL as an important piece of evidence in the "bountygate" investigation. As has been the norm, the NFL and the accused players definitively disagree on the context of Ornstein's e-mail, in which he references putting $5,000 on (Aaron) Rodgers. Ornstein claims...

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Hargrove Mad At NFL For Twisting The Truth

Former New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Anthony Hargrove is upset with the NFL for leaking his sworn declaration, and because they ''grossly mischaracterized'' his words. Hargrove, now with Packers, is....

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Is Jonathan Vilma A Scapegoat?

Two months ago, "bountygate" hit the press. Yesterday, the final related suspensions were made when Jonathan Vilma, Will Smith, Scott Fujita, and Anthony Hargrove received bans. In the case of Vilma, it was an entire season. Justified? That's debatable. Is he a scapegoat? Once again, that's debatable. The severity of Vilma's punishment means...

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Saints Gain Cap Relief From Suspensions

With the news today that New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma (entire season) and defensive end Will Smith (4 games) will be suspended for their alleged roles in "bountygate," the franchise should gain some cap space. When looking at both contracts, the Saints should save about...

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4 Players Banned For Bountygate, Vilma Banned For Season

The NFL suspended four players Wednesday for their role in "bountygate." Current New Orleans Saints Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith, and former Saints Scott Fujita and Anthony Hargrove have received bans for the upcoming season. Vilma has been suspended for the entire 2012 season, effective immediately.

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Former Saint Provided NFLPA With Details Of Williams’ Audio

The audio recording of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams (pictured above) before New Orleans' playoff matchup with the San Francisco 49ers was made public by the press back on April 4th. The NFL players association reportedly had detailed knowledge of the audio before the press did. According to sources, it was provided to the NFLPA by former Saints linebacker...

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Payton And Loomis To Appeal This Week With Commish

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton and General Manager Mickey Loomis will meet with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in New York this week to appeal their suspensions. Payton is currently scheduled to be suspended until the end of Super Bowl XLVII, while Loomis is suspended the first 8 weeks of the regular season. The appeals process is said to be...

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