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Sunday, April 21, 2024

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Saints Put Bounty on Whoever Leaked Saints Bounty Program

In the wake of what the NFL is calling one of their biggest scandals of all time, though I am simply referring to it as “something every team probably does,” the New Orleans Saints are struggling to cope, to find a way to brush all of this away and move on as a team. Last week, reports leaked out of the Saints organization that defensive coordinator Gregg Williams not only spells his first name like an idiot, but was also setting up an incentive-based injury-inducing-hit program. لعبة بلاك جاك مجانية Basically, players would get extra money and accumulate accolades amongst their peers if they hurt opposing players.

Experts and fans of the game expect the commissioner’s office to come down strong on the Saints, perhaps fining them, retracting their draft picks, or suspending coaches.

The Saints, determined to track down the source of the leak, have decided to put a bounty on whomever the snitch was. موقع مراهنات 365

Williams, now with the St. Louis Rams, had this to say on the matter:

“I now realize that my incentive based bounty program was wrong. That being said, snitches get stitches. موقع المراهنات I’ll pay $5,000 and buy a six pack of Corona for whichever of my former players can find the runt that let this out and break his leg.”

Players for many other NFL teams have spoke out, saying they have also tried to harm their peers for $1,000, which equates to about a .05% raise in their annual salary.

Other industries have started adopting the system, as well. Meredith, a clerk at a local McDonald’s, claims she was offered thirty-seven cents to drive to Wendy’s and punch someone in the face.

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