Sullivan wants Sharper and McCray punished for roles in bounty scandal

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.
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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.

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