Former Minnesota Vikings defensive lineman Jimmy Kennedy, identified as a 'whistleblower' in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, has called NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a liar in regard to his role in the league's investigation.
Brett Favre isn't upset that he was a bounty target for the New Orleans Saints during the 2010 NFC Championship Game. The retired quarterback is just upset he couldn't lead the Minnesota Vikings to a win.
NFLPA director DeMaurice Smith says the NFL must release to the union all relevant information pertaining to its investigation of the Saints' bounty program before making any recommendations or rulings on possible player discipline.
Between 22 and 27 defensive players on the Saints, as well as at least one assistant coach, maintained a "bounty" program funded primarily by players in violation of NFL rules during the 2009, 2010 and 2011 seasons, the league announced Friday.
Monday, Colin Cowherd talks with Pittsburgh Steelers Brett Keisel (10:30 a.m. ET), former NFL coach Brian Billick (10:45 a.m.), ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer (11:05 a.m.) and Hall of Famer Roger Staubach (12:15 p.m.). As always, email the show (theh...
The NFL fined Brett Favre $50,000 for failing to cooperate in its "sexting" investigation. Commissioner Roger Goodell couldn't decide whether conduct policies were violated but there's no shortage of opinions on the matter here at espnW.
The NFL concluded its investigation into the Brett Favre case and said that commissioner Roger Goodell "could not conclude that Favre violated league policies" but fined the quarterback $50,000 "for his failure to cooperate with the investigation."