San Francisco & Gregg Williams
San Francisco , officially the City and County of San Francisco, is the financial, cultural, and transportation center of the San Francisco Bay Area, a region of 7.5 million people which includes San Jose and Oakland. Gregg Williams (born July 15, 1958) is an American football coach, and former head coach of the Buffalo Bills./5
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith said Friday he has "mixed emotions" about the bounty program that targeted him during last season's NFC playoffs.Before his final game as New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams offered cash to the player who struck Smith in the head."Every single one of you, before you get off the pile, affect the head. Early, affect the head. Continue, touch and hit the head," an audio recording captured Williams saying."Never heard a speech like it before," Smith told ESPN's Ed Werder at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe. "As a QB, I expect defenses to go after me. I expect it in the confines of the rules, no question, but if a guy's got an open hit on me, I plan for them to give me everything they've got. I have mixed emotions. As a QB, I feel like every defense is out to get me. I think a lot of QBs feel the same way. We all just want to play within the rules."
New Orleans Saints players want coaches at their Monday appeal in New York James Varney, The Times-Picayune Through the players' union, the four suspended current and former New Orleans Saints players have asked the NFL to "compel" the attendance of coaches and executives linked to the New Orleans bounty program the league alleges the club had in place from 2009 to 2011 at the appeals hearing in New York. That hearing, before Commissioner Roger Goodell, is scheduled for Monday.Michael DeMocker / The Times-PicayuneNew Orleans Saints middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma (51) blasts San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Ted Ginn (19) for a loss during the NFC Divisional Playoff game between the New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on January 14.As a result of that schedule, the NFL must provide evidence to the players Friday - three calendar days prior to the hearing. The rule does not require the league to turn over all its evidence, however, just what it plans to employ at Monday's hearin ...
New Orleans Saints Fever shared the following link and had this to say about it: Damning audio surfaced of ex-New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams telling his unit to injure San Francisco 49ers players during the postseason. Even former stars like Kurt Warner have expressed hesitation about letting their own …See all stories on this topic » FOXSports.com Google Alerts – New Orleans Saints... h...
One week after the Saints lost to the 49ers in a divisional playoff game that was preceded by former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams' now-infamous pregame speech to the defense, the Giants beat San Francisco in the NFC championship game. That conference title game turned on a fumbled punt in overtime, and afterward some Giants special teams players said the turnover was a dividend they actively sought. 49ers backup return man Kyle Williams has suffered concussions -- the injury at the very heart of much of the growing litigation the NFL faces -- and he muffed one punt return, then made the critical fumble. After the game, Giants rookie linebacker Jacquian Williams said, "the thing is, we knew he had four concussions, so that was our biggest thing, to take him out of the game." Devin Thomas, who recovered Williams' miscues, echoed that theme. "He's had a lot of concussions," Thomas said. "We were just like, 'we've got to put a hit on that guy.' " Really? Why isn't the league that is concerned about pl ...
Michael C Williams : Should the San Francisco 49ers Sue the New Orleans Saints and Gregg Williams? - Yahoo! Sports
Saints fans... here's your snitch. "Specifically, the NFL memo referenced the audio that was reported on by Yahoo! Sports in April, secretly taped and provided by filmmaker Sean Pamphilon, of Gregg Williams' speech to the Saints' defense the night before the NFC divisional playoff against San Francisco."
|The night before Gregg Williams final game as the New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator, the since-suspended coach gave a fiery speech to the teams defensive players during which he made specific references to inflicting physical punishment upon several San Francisco 49ers in a po…
San Francisco 49ers defensive back Carlos Rogers on Gregg Williams bounties
The night before New Orleans played at San Francisco in an NFL divisional playoff game in January, Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams gathered his players for a pep talk at the team hotel.
Disgraced defensive coordinator Gregg Williams , suspended indefinitely by the NFL for his role in the New Orleans Saints ' bounty scandal, urged his players to take shots at the head, knees and ankles of specific San Francisco 49ers before a playoff game in January.
We will also play the recording of what Gregg Williams told the New Orleans defense before the San Francisco playoff game!
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