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June 26, 2012 | Associated Press
Former Saints linebacker Scott Fujita, a union leader with a record of criticizing the NFL's player-safety record, said he sees elements of a "smear campaign" in a bounty investigation that has sullied his reputation. Some agree, and question whether Fujita's three-game suspension has something to do with retribution. "I'm not saying the NFL is intentionally lying," Fujita said. "I've been willing to give them the benefit of the doubt that they may have just been working with the information they've been given, even though much of that information was inaccurate and lacked credibility.
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March 25, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
HEY EAGLES fans, we've got a new Cowboy to hate. Defensive end Greg Hardy took to Instagram yesterday to give the world a message: "I don't Care If U Like Me, I Like Me and God knows all so I pray he Blesses America, The Cowboys and no place else #happy to have an opportunity. " Last year, Hardy was found guilty of two counts of domestic assault on his girlfriend, Nicole Holder, in a case that was eventually dismissed on appeal when she refused to cooperate. Hardy has been on the NFL commissioner's exempt list since September while the league does its own investigation.
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December 12, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells challenged his struggling offense to "do something" to keep pace with the high-scoring Kansas City Chiefs. Then he gave them some gimmicks to help pull it off. Getting touchdowns on a flea flicker, an end-around inside the 10-yard line and a pass to a blocker who hadn't scored in 2 years, the Cowboys kept their playoff hopes alive with a 31-28 victory over Kansas City yesterday in a barn-burner befitting a...
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September 14, 2012
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to meet Tuesday with the four players suspended in the Saints' bounty scandal, NFL.com reported Wednesday. An appeals panel last week overturned the suspensions of Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma (2012 season) and defensive end Will Smith (four games) for their roles in the team's bounty program from 2009 to '11. Browns linebacker Scott Fujita got three games and defensive end Anthony Hargrove, now a free agent, got eight. The appeals panel said Goodell must clarify his earlier rulings to ensure that no part of his decisions was based on salary cap violations.
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October 27, 2012
NFL lawyers filed a motion in U.S. District Court in New Orleans on Friday, arguing that former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue should be allowed to hear appeals on the Saints bounties case next week. In their motion, NFL lawyers quote defendant Jonathan Vilma's statement to ESPN in which he supported Tagliabue's being appointed to the role, saying: "I think it's a good first step for Paul to be the neutral arbitrator. " The action comes after the players' union and the four players suspended in the bounties case filed a motion asking that Tagliabue recuse himself from the case because of what they say is a conflict of interest.
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September 20, 2012
Will Smith and Anthony Hargrove met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday about the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. Scott Fujita's meeting was postponed. Fujita, now with the Cleveland Browns, is undergoing treatment for an injured left knee sustained during the preseason. He was unable to travel to New York, the NFL Players Association said. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the players left the NFL offices around 4 p.m., about three hours after they arrived. Smith and Hargrove did not make themselves available to reporters.
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June 25, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
FORMER NEW ORLEANS linebacker Scott Fujita , a union leader with a record of criticizing the NFL's player-safety record, sees elements of a "smear campaign" in a bounty investigation that has sullied his reputation. Some NFL players agree, and question whether Fujita's three-game suspension has something to do with retribution. "I'm not saying the NFL is intentionally lying," Fujita, who now plays for Cleveland, said in an interview with the Associated Press. "I've been willing to give them the benefit of the doubt that they may have just been working with the information they've been given, even though much of that information was inaccurate and lacked credibility.
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June 19, 2012
Wild card Tommy Haas defeated five-time champion Roger Federer , 7-6 (5), 6-4, to win the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany, on Sunday. The 87th-ranked Haas, the oldest player in the singles draw at 34, recovered from losing his serve in the first game by winning the opening set in a tiebreaker and then getting the decisive break in the ninth game of the second set. The Queen's Club final in London was halted abruptly when David Nalbandian injured a line judge, handing the title to Marin Cilic.
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October 18, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
AFEDERAL magistrate judge ordered NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to provide the court with documents related to the league's bounty investigation of the New Orleans Saints. The order by Magistrate Daniel Knowles on Tuesday came in response to suspended linebacker Jonathan Vilma's efforts to initiate the discovery process in his defamation case against the commissioner. Vilma has said the NFL has allowed him to review only a fraction of documents related to the bounty matter. The league says its investigation discovered the Saints used a bounty system from 2009 to 2011 that gave players cash rewards for harming opposing players.
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March 25, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
HEY EAGLES fans, we've got a new Cowboy to hate. Defensive end Greg Hardy took to Instagram yesterday to give the world a message: "I don't Care If U Like Me, I Like Me and God knows all so I pray he Blesses America, The Cowboys and no place else #happy to have an opportunity. " Last year, Hardy was found guilty of two counts of domestic assault on his girlfriend, Nicole Holder, in a case that was eventually dismissed on appeal when she refused to cooperate. Hardy has been on the NFL commissioner's exempt list since September while the league does its own investigation.
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October 27, 2012
NFL lawyers filed a motion in U.S. District Court in New Orleans on Friday, arguing that former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue should be allowed to hear appeals on the Saints bounties case next week. In their motion, NFL lawyers quote defendant Jonathan Vilma's statement to ESPN in which he supported Tagliabue's being appointed to the role, saying: "I think it's a good first step for Paul to be the neutral arbitrator. " The action comes after the players' union and the four players suspended in the bounties case filed a motion asking that Tagliabue recuse himself from the case because of what they say is a conflict of interest.
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October 27, 2012
By Jonathan Mahler If the NFL's "Bountygate" scandal has become too complicated for you to follow - what with the appeals, reduced suspensions, recusals, and a civil suit - here's all you need to know: In Scott Fujita, the league chose the wrong scapegoat. When the story broke last spring, it seemed simple enough. The NFL claimed to have proof that several members of the New Orleans Saints had created a slush fund to reward those who injured members of opposing teams. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell quickly meted out some of the toughest punishments in league history, and he was duly applauded by Bob Costas and other self-appointed guardians of sportsmanship and fair play.
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October 18, 2012 | Daily News Wire Reports
AFEDERAL magistrate judge ordered NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to provide the court with documents related to the league's bounty investigation of the New Orleans Saints. The order by Magistrate Daniel Knowles on Tuesday came in response to suspended linebacker Jonathan Vilma's efforts to initiate the discovery process in his defamation case against the commissioner. Vilma has said the NFL has allowed him to review only a fraction of documents related to the bounty matter. The league says its investigation discovered the Saints used a bounty system from 2009 to 2011 that gave players cash rewards for harming opposing players.
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September 20, 2012
Will Smith and Anthony Hargrove met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday about the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. Scott Fujita's meeting was postponed. Fujita, now with the Cleveland Browns, is undergoing treatment for an injured left knee sustained during the preseason. He was unable to travel to New York, the NFL Players Association said. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said the players left the NFL offices around 4 p.m., about three hours after they arrived. Smith and Hargrove did not make themselves available to reporters.
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September 19, 2012
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday to discuss his suspension that was temporarily lifted. "I've got no expectations right now," Vilma said as he entered NFL headquarters with his lawyer, Peter Ginsberg, shortly before 2 p.m. They came out a little more than three hours later, and Vilma called the meeting "very frank, very truthful. " Vilma was one of four players suspended in the bounty scandal. But an appeals panel this month said Goodell must clarify his rulings to ensure no part of his decisions was based on salary-cap violations.
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September 14, 2012
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to meet Tuesday with the four players suspended in the Saints' bounty scandal, NFL.com reported Wednesday. An appeals panel last week overturned the suspensions of Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma (2012 season) and defensive end Will Smith (four games) for their roles in the team's bounty program from 2009 to '11. Browns linebacker Scott Fujita got three games and defensive end Anthony Hargrove, now a free agent, got eight. The appeals panel said Goodell must clarify his earlier rulings to ensure that no part of his decisions was based on salary cap violations.
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September 6, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
JOE HADEN'S case remains mysterious and unresolved. The Browns cornerback, and one of Cleveland's best players, is awaiting word from the NFL on a possible four-game suspension for failing a drug test. On Tuesday, Browns president Mike Holmgren revealed in a local radio interview that Haden has already had his appeal hearing with the league. "Now it's up to someone else," Holmgren told 92.3 The Fan. "And we don't know. " Holmgren's comments were the first confirming Haden's suspension, which was first reported by espncleveland.com last month.
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June 26, 2012 | Associated Press
Former Saints linebacker Scott Fujita, a union leader with a record of criticizing the NFL's player-safety record, said he sees elements of a "smear campaign" in a bounty investigation that has sullied his reputation. Some agree, and question whether Fujita's three-game suspension has something to do with retribution. "I'm not saying the NFL is intentionally lying," Fujita said. "I've been willing to give them the benefit of the doubt that they may have just been working with the information they've been given, even though much of that information was inaccurate and lacked credibility.
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