Back during the time suspended players could appeal NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's decision as a result of the alleged bounty system by the New Orleans Saints, Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma walked out on Goodell, calling the entire affair a charade
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...
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.
One-time Pro Bowl defensive end Will Smith agreed to restructure his current contract with the New Orleans Saints today. By restructuring, Smith will take less money and the Saints will save $5 to $6 million of salary cap space.
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson (along with DE Will Smith) is the longest tenured player on the team. During his 8 year career, there have been tons of doubters and harsh critics of Devery's game. Many suggested that he be cut, or traded, or not resigned. Many are now eating some crow. Devery is deaf to his doubters. He quietly does his job, and so far in this 2011 season, does it extremely well.
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