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RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - ATLBound - 04-11-2012 10:06 AM
This dude is out of his mind...since when did Goodell control what the media has to say? Lol
The Saints did wrong...u have admitted to this before so why now are u complaining about evidence that u nor I have any rights to?
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - AsylumGuido - 04-11-2012 10:25 AM
The whistleblower has been identified in this radio interview.
Bountygate Evidence May Have Been Fake
The whistleblower or "snitch" in the Saints Bountygate scandal has allegedly been revealed. According to local New Orleans author Alan Donnes in a Tuesday interview with America's News Radio Network, it was Saints defensive quality control Coach Mike Cerullo who first alerted the league about Gregg Williams' bounty program.
But the other equally interesting tidbit from Donnes' radio interview that seems to have fallen through the cracks is the fact that some of the evidence supplied by Cerullo to the NFL may not have even been real, an hypothesis many Saints fans have posited since news of the scandal first surfaced:
Quote:From a source, in the situation, some of the materials - printed materials - that the whistleblower turned in were suspect and may not have actually been real. And I think Roger Goodell overreacted and now he can't get out of it. And look, the Saints aren't, y'know, virgins here, but they're not the evil guys they're being made out to be.
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - FullMetalFalcon23 - 04-11-2012 10:50 AM
Yawn.. again NFL security 3 yr investigation. On to the next loophole... I'm guessing it was the Asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs, The FBI with a Fidel Castro exploding Cigar, or finally and most sinister of them all the butler with the candlestick holder who sought to sink the Saints
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - Jesus - 04-11-2012 10:54 AM
In this radio interview, former New Orleans safety Darren Sharper said he doesn’t think any suspensions or fines are warranted for players involved in the Saints’ bounty program. Sharper said he doesn’t believe there’s been enough proof shown that a bounty program existed.
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - TeamPlayer1 - 04-11-2012 11:16 AM
Obviously bountygate is just a ploy to punish the Saints for some unknown reason because the Gregg Williams tape must be a phony. GW was paid mega-millions to go along and not appeal while Sean Payton was framed in the vicodin scandal. Goodell is just putting on a show to save huge lawsuit payouts to the former players claiming concussion damage.
Of course Payton, Vitt and Loomis will be allowed to have contact with the entire team this season and the Saints will be the first home team to win the Super Bowl. See how easy this was to explain.
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - Beef - 04-11-2012 11:20 AM
(04-11-2012 10:25 AM)AsylumGuido Wrote: The whistleblower has been identified in this radio interview.
"A source, in the situation..." says some of the documents might not be real??
So we're to understand now that Goodell's office has someone who has access to all the evidence and is leaking information to some random media radio/author who just happens to be from New Orleans??
Are you fucking serious with this shit? That's totally absurd and you know it.
And oh yeah, Williams and Payton already admitted that bounties existed. Remember the email Payton got busted on with that sleezebag offering $5000 to take out Rodgers? Payton said, and I quote, "Yeah that was for a bounty." And he said this AFTER he had already lied to Goodell saying there were no such things as bounties.
We've all heard the recording of Williams telling his players to hit someone in the head, give them a concusion, take out their knees, get them knocked out of the game, carted off the field, and him clearly using hand gestures that suggest money is the reward and saying you know what you get for this.
Oh, and there's dozens of interviews by former GW players confirming that "bounties" existed under his command. Coy Wire specifically said he played for him on two different teams and the guy instilled a bounty/pay for injury program at both. And if you refuse to believe he did it in NO too, then you're just being an ass on purpose.
"Some" does not equal all, anyways. So apparently this "source" conveniently leaking info to the NO media fails to point that out and therefore this means that "Some" of the printed documents must also be real. And I hate to tell ya, but ANY evidence confirming bounties is enough. If there's 1000 pages of documents and only 500 of them are real/legit, guess what, that's enough.
I call totally bullshit on this "source" anyways. Like Goodell's office is going to really leak this shit to some media guy in NO. That's moronic to even consider.
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - Templar - 04-11-2012 12:42 PM
From all these posts, It's my guess that Guido is able to keep an eye on prostate health because he's got his head stuck right up his own ass if he truly believes this stuff he's posting.
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - AsylumGuido - 04-11-2012 01:33 PM
(04-11-2012 11:20 AM)Beef Wrote: "A source, in the situation..." says some of the documents might not be real??
You have that line of thinking down, don't you. Accurate or not. You have managed to piece together quite a series snippets to convince yourself that the Saints were running a scheme that would have made the mafia jealous.
And by the way, all I did was paste a link to the story and the audio from the interview. Did you listen to the interview? The most interesting information wasn't even in the story itself.
Did you catch the bit about how Williams ended the famous speech? The bit in the full version that was edited out of the short version? Williams said, "Don't hurt the team, don't go over the line."
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - AsylumGuido - 04-11-2012 01:43 PM
(04-11-2012 12:42 PM)Templar Wrote: From all these posts, It's my guess that Guido is able to keep an eye on prostate health because he's got his head stuck right up his own ass if he truly believes this stuff he's posting.
As a matter of fact I am keeping a close look on my prostate health as well as what's left of my colon. My father is in his second year of battling the most aggressive form of prostate cancer and started chemo a week ago. Prostate cancer is not normally familial, but in my case it is given the form he has and the fact that his mother died of breast cancer. I will be having PSA's every six months for the rest of my life, along with the colonoscopies far more frequently than most. It's far better than the other option.
As far as believing what I am posting, I think the truth lies somewhere between my idealistic view and the extreme opposite view that people like Beef choose to believe.
RE: Before final game, Gregg Williams urged Saints to injure 49ers - TeamPlayer1 - 04-11-2012 01:53 PM
Guido, no one knows what Goodell's player punishments will be but players will feel the wrath. Remember that players have incurred severe fines for hits that didn't even draw a flag and this was an organized program. Saints players may just receive fines but if they are suspended for 6 games or whatever the free agent pool will shrink because it will be difficult to sign a decent player for 6 games and say you are gone when the starter returns. Goodell knew the Saints did not have a 1st round draft choice and then took your 2nd, knowing that would shrink the talent pool.
We will soon see what will happen.