Gregg Williams NFLPA
April 16, 2012 by staff
Gregg Williams NFLPA, The NFL Players Association said it had detailed knowledge of the video and audio tapes in which former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams implored his team to target specific San Francisco 49ers players for injury in this year’s NFL division playoffs before the tapes became public on April 4.
Scott Fujita, a former Saints linebacker now with the Browns and a member of the union’s executive committee, provided the NFLPA with the details of Williams’ speech and the tape that independent filmmaker Sean Pamphilon had made accessible to him, according to sources.
“We learned of the tape as part of our effort to obtain any and all information related to an alleged pay-to-injure scheme,” NFLPA assistant executive director George Atallah said in a statement. “We had no control of the content and did not make a determination on the method of its release. To date, the NFL has not provided the NFLPA with detailed evidence of the existence of such a program.”
Fujita is among the players who face disciplinary action from commissioner Roger Goodell for participation in a “pay for performance” pool that also served as a bounty program aimed at targeting opposing players for injury, which the league said was administered by Williams.
Fujita has publicly denied that he participated in any bounty program that targeted opposing players for specific injuries. He could not be reached for comment Sunday.
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