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Cris Carter says Gregg Williams 'shouldn't be able to coach any more'

Former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ headed a bounty program to injure opposing players, and Cris Carter isn’t taking those actions lightly. During ESPN’s NFL Live on Friday, the former Vikings’ wide receiver said Williams “shouldn’t be able to coach in the NFL anymore.” Williams is currently suspended indefinitely.
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Former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ headed a bounty program to injure opposing players, and Cris Carter isn’t taking those actions lightly. During ESPN’s NFL Live on Friday, the former Vikings’ wide receiver said Williams “shouldn’t be able to coach in the NFL anymore.” Williams is currently suspended indefinitely.

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