• Gregg Williams Really Wanted to Hurt 49ers During Playoffs (Audio)

    by FootBasket on Thursday, April 5, 2012

    in Audio, Media, NFL, Trash Talk


    Some shocking audio was discovered yesterday of New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams saying absurd things of wanting to hurt the San Francisco 49ers players during their loss to them in the divisional round of the playoffs.

    He said such things of trying to hurt Frank Gore, Kendall Hunter, and Alex Smith. He also tried talking about going after Michael Crabtree’s ACL and hitting Vernon Davis’ ankles.

    After listening to the audio, I think he should be banned from football. Not just the NFL, but coaching for any football team in general, including high school and college. Good luck, Gregg, trying to make your case in the bounty allegations.

    You can listen to the disgusting audio below:

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    Disgusting.

    FootBasket

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