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Greg Williams Administers Bounty Program

Good Friday, Niners Nation. Before we all start the weekend and get to whatever we have going on, I'd like to vent my frustrations so I can have a zen weekend myself. It has been revealed that former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Greg Williams created a bounty program for which players were ordered and rewarded to injure opposing superstars during games. I'll make this brief, and then you can read the official feed from NFL.com and discuss amongst yourselves. But I for one am disgusted. This is unforgivable and I believe he deserves the NFL death penalty of a lifetime ban. I don't care how long he's been in the league or how effective he was or if other teams 'supposedly' do this; he's been caught red-handed, game over. I am also a hockey fan and a while back some of you might remember when former Los Angeles King Marty McSorely cracked his hockey stick over the head of Donald Brashear, injuring him severely and putting him in the hospital. The league banned McSorely; and I was behind it, even as a Kings fan. Williams needs to be made an example of. This kind of conduct cannot go unpunished or treated lightly; the game of professional football is dangerous enough as is. Not to mention all the players and NFL affiliates that work tirelessly to make this game safer, and all the while some [expletive] is selfishly opposing it. I'm fuming.

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