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Audio Proves Saints Coach Enforced "Pay-To-Injure" Bounty System -- $1,500 Per Knockout!!

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We all know football can be very brutal but trying to put the other team in a wheelchair for the rest of their lives?.... That's just sick.

On Thursday the NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton and two other key members of the organization in New York to hear their appeal on suspensions for their part in "bounty" system.

Payton received a one-year ban while former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was suspended indefinitely by the league.

Allegedly the Saints were enforcing a pay-to-injure bounty system with as many as 27 players paid as much at $1,500 for a "knockout" hit.

"Little 32, we want to knock the (expletive) out of him"

"We've got to make sure we do everything in the world to make sure we kill (49ers' running back) Frank Gore's head. We need to decide on how many times we can meet Frank Gore's head,"

You can here Williams on an audio tape leaked by a filmmaker, who says he received it from a source...

And what has so many cringing is that Williams apparently even targeted Wide receiver Michael Crabtree's already-damaged knee...

"He becomes human when you (expletive) take out that outside ACL,"
former Saints defense coordinator Gregg Williams said in the leaked recording.

Other NFL players, fans and just human being are just disgusted by this.

Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin, says when he heard, he "almost threw up"

"Every football player that's ever played the game cringed when he said take out that man's ACL."
Take a listen to the audio of the former Saints defense coordinator below:

This is still under investigation by the NFL. What do you think should happen to the players that are found to have hurt other players?


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