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The NFL released more details about bounties the Saints put on opponents in 2009. The bounty on Brett Favre during the NFC title game was at least $35,000. Original reports suggested it was a $10,000 bounty, initiated by linebacker Jonathan Vilma -- but he wasn't alone...
Brad Childress doesn't want to look back at the 2009 NFC Championship game in which the Saints allegedly put a bounty on Vikings quarterback Brett Favre. Childress, the current offensive coordinator of the Browns, says the NFL is a "forward-looking business" and the league "did what they needed to do."
Former Vikings quarterback Brett Favre told the NFL Network's Deion Sanders Friday that he doesn't care that the New Orleans Saints had a bounty on him in the NFC Championship Game in 2010. "What bothers me is we didn't win the game," Favre told Sanders.
Former Vikings quarterback Brett Favre says he's happy the truth is finally coming out about the New Orleans Saints bounty program. He tells Sports Illustrated "some of their guys should have been fined more" for cheap shots during the 2009 NFC Championship Game. But in the end, Favre says the biggest thing that bugs him is that Minnesota lost.
Vikings' center John Sullivan says he still can't go back and watch the 2009 NFC Championship game because it hurts too much. Sullivan, like punter Chris Kluwe, believes Saints' linebacker Jonathan Vilma should be kicked out of the NFL. He also wants former Saints' safety Darren Sharper and defensive lineman Bobby McCray to be punished for taking shots at Brett Favre.
A three-member appeals panel overturned player suspensions for the “Bounty 4," Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma, free agent Anthony Hargrove, Browns linebacker Scott Fujita and Saints defensive end Will Smith. The suspensions are immediately void and the case is being sent back to the NFL where Commissioner Roger Goodell can reconsider discipline.
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is blasting the New Orleans Saints over the Bountygate scandal. Kluwe tells City Pages Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and linebacker Jonathan Vilma should be banned for life.
Former Vikings quarterback Fran Tarkenton told a Chicago radio station that former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams "should be banned, forever." But that's not all Tarkenton wants. He says Williams "ought to go to prison" for his "criminal behavior."