NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has rejected the appeals of coach Sean Payton and other New Orleans Saints officials stemming from the league’s probe into the club’s bounty system.
The NFL says the Saints, head coach Sean Payton, assistant Joe Vitt and GM Mickey Loomis will have their appeals hearing Thursday for punishment connected to the team’s bounty system.
The NFLPA has told the players involved in the case that they could face criminal charges and that the union has hired outside counsel just in case.
Through the sordid accusations, the press conferences, the claims, the counterclaims… what seemed far away in the case of Bountygate was a resolution.
Saints head coach Sean Payton — about to serve a year suspension — approached Bill Parcells about filling the coaching vacancy for 2012.
Most NFL coaches are not shying away from addressing the presence of a bounty system on the New Orleans Saints.
Sean Payton lists Bill Parcells as his mentor. These days, the New Orleans Saints coach may need that support more than ever.
105.3 The Fan’s New School morning show makes New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton an offer he can’t refuse!
While the New Orleans Saints were handing out money for “cart offs and knockouts,” it was the commissioner who threw the ultimate haymaker.
The NFL has suspended New Orleans head coach Sean Payton for the 2012 season because of the team’s bounty program that targeted opposing players.
The NFL Players Association said it will conduct its own review of the New Orleans Saints and their bounty program.
We will soon have a new clubhouse leader for the most severe penalties ever handed out by the NFL and it will be Gregg Williams –– now the defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams –– and the New Orleans Saints.