NFL Hands Out Suspensions for New Orleans Saints' Bounty Fund

Thursday, March 22, 2012

The NFL yesterday handed out penalties for a scandal involving coaches tolerating and even setting bounties for tough hits on the field. New Orleans Saints coaches have been accused of paying players for hitting an opponent so hard as to knock them out of the game. The NFL has suspended Saints head coach Sean Payton for one year, suspended former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams indefinitely, and handed out multiple game suspensions to the Saints GM and assistant coach.

Ibrahim Abdul MatinThe Takeaway sports contributor, joins us to talk about the suspensions and the recent news of Tim Tebow's move to the New York Jets.


Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

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Arwa Gunja

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