Report: Packers were investigated for bounties in 2007

The Packers were allegedly investigated by the NFL in 2007 for -- among other things -- giving players bonuses for trying to keep Adrian Peterson under 100 rushing yards per game.
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The Packers were allegedly investigated by the NFL in 2007 for -- among other things -- giving players bonuses for trying to keep Adrian Peterson under 100 rushing yards per game.

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