Tarkenton says Williams should be put in prison for bounty scandal

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."
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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."

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