The drama and controversy concerning the New Orleans Saints organization and the “Bounty” scandal continues! Today the NFL announced that four New Orleans Saints players will be suspended with-out pay for their roles in the “Bounty” scandal. The players are Jonathan Vilma, Anthony Hargrove (now with the Green Bay Packers), Will Smith and linebacker Scott Fujita (now with the Cleveland Browns). Current Saints player Jonathan Vilma was penalized the toughest as he received a one-year suspension while the other player’s suspensions varied from three to eight games. The NFL and Commissioner Rodger Goodell released a statement today outlining player penalties in the scandal as well as evidence to support the suspensions. While the NFL is taking a zero tolerance stance in this scandal are these suspensions too severe and could the one-year ban against Jonathan Vilma tarnish his career? Share your thoughts and comments!
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