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February 11, 2013
He served his time Omar Kelly Sun Sentinel Gregg Williams embarrassed the NFL by serving as the architect of a violent bounty system that has been the undercurrent of football for decades. He paid the harshest penalty for Bountygate. He has served his yearlong suspension and lost his job, which is enough time served for his crimes. Many are debating whether Williams has a place in the NFL, and that's ridiculous. Good coaches can always find work, and Williams' resume explains why the Titans hired him as a senior assistant on defense.
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February 11, 2013
He served his time Omar Kelly Sun Sentinel Gregg Williams embarrassed the NFL by serving as the architect of a violent bounty system that has been the undercurrent of football for decades. He paid the harshest penalty for Bountygate. He has served his yearlong suspension and lost his job, which is enough time served for his crimes. Many are debating whether Williams has a place in the NFL, and that's ridiculous. Good coaches can always find work, and Williams' resume explains why the Titans hired him as a senior assistant on defense.
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By BILL ORDINE | January 29, 2008
Whatever the Washington Redskins had accomplished in rebuilding their franchise under Joe Gibbs, well, it's just about all undone. Daniel Snyder is firmly back in charge. Any continuity from the team's late-season playoff run was shattered with the resignation of Gibbs and the equally surprising firing of coordinators Gregg Williams (defense) and Al Saunders (offense). The coaching search has been weird from the beginning.
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December 12, 2012
Goodell wins, loses Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Roger Goodell was both the biggest loser and winner in Paul Tagliabue's bounty scandal ruling. Goodell's credibility has taken a huge hit over the course of this ordeal, and having his predecessor correct him in such a public forum has to be a blow to the ego. But Tagliabue did Goodell a huge favor too. By affirming the factual findings of the investigation, essentially siding with Goodell at every turn, Tagliabue did nothing to strengthen the legal arguments of the (formerly)
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By Ken Murray | January 13, 2002
Final power rankings(Last week's ranking in parentheses) 1. St. Louis (1): Better team than '99 champs. 2. Pittsburgh (2): Will it come down to Kris Brown? 3. Chicago (3): Bears always find a way. 4. New England (4): This shouldn't be happening. 5. San Francisco (6): All elements are in place. 6. Green Bay (5): Defense is on the rocks. 7. Philadelphia (8): Still no running game. 8. Miami (10): Defense is injury-depleted. 9. Tampa Bay (7): Must win in cold. 10. N.Y. Jets (12): John Hall was clutch.
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By Pat Emory and Pat Emory,Special to The Sun | July 29, 1991
KENT NARROWS -- Hydroplanes flying around a turn at more than 120 mph in the Kent Narrows Power Boat Challenge yesterday narrowly avoided a three-boat collision when Cloud Nine, with Maryland's top hydroplane driver at the helm, suddenly went dead in the water.Bobby Brown of Parsonsburg was in the lead and just three laps away from making a sweep of two hydroplane classes in the weekend's high speed racing at Kent Narrows when the ignition module on the boat, owned by John Savage, of Hampton, Va., suddenly shut down as he rounded a turn.
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By KEN MURRAY | September 5, 2002
Buffalo Bills Last season: 3-13, fifth place. Coach: Gregg Williams (3-13), second year with Bills. Story line: Can 10-year veteran QB Drew Bledsoe resurrect his career as well as the downtrodden Bills? Power game: If Bledsoe can still play, he's got a deep passing game waiting to happen in WRs Eric Moulds and Peerless Price. The Bills want to be more physical on offense -- they drafted OT Mike Williams in the first round -- and throw deep more often. Achilles' heel: The Bills' defense lacked leadership a year ago and was poor against the run. Free-agent MLB London Fletcher, moving over from the Rams, should help in both areas.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | January 6, 2006
ASHBURN, Va. -- At 6 feet 3 and 295 pounds, Washington Redskins defensive tackle Joe Salave'a doesn't get yelled at very often. Who would dare to? But when it's time to practice at Redskins Park, Salave'a and the rest of the defense understand that verbal lashings from defensive guru Gregg Williams are the norm, not a rarity. Although Williams has been known to pepper his lectures with four-letter words, Salave'a said he doesn't mind. "You've really got to have a clear conscience of where it's coming from," Salave'a said.
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December 12, 2012
Goodell wins, loses Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Roger Goodell was both the biggest loser and winner in Paul Tagliabue's bounty scandal ruling. Goodell's credibility has taken a huge hit over the course of this ordeal, and having his predecessor correct him in such a public forum has to be a blow to the ego. But Tagliabue did Goodell a huge favor too. By affirming the factual findings of the investigation, essentially siding with Goodell at every turn, Tagliabue did nothing to strengthen the legal arguments of the (formerly)
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September 17, 2012
Team missing Payton Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune No team is done for the season after two games, but the Saints are moving in that direction. The good news is there are 14 remaining games to make them forget about Games 1 and 2. The better news is the Saints are a much more talented team than they have showed in the last two weeks. But the bad news is Sean Payton is gone and not coming back any time soon. The Saints miss his leadership and strategy. It also appears that Payton's absence has affected the Saints' chemistry.
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September 17, 2012
Team missing Payton Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune No team is done for the season after two games, but the Saints are moving in that direction. The good news is there are 14 remaining games to make them forget about Games 1 and 2. The better news is the Saints are a much more talented team than they have showed in the last two weeks. But the bad news is Sean Payton is gone and not coming back any time soon. The Saints miss his leadership and strategy. It also appears that Payton's absence has affected the Saints' chemistry.
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By BILL ORDINE | January 29, 2008
Whatever the Washington Redskins had accomplished in rebuilding their franchise under Joe Gibbs, well, it's just about all undone. Daniel Snyder is firmly back in charge. Any continuity from the team's late-season playoff run was shattered with the resignation of Gibbs and the equally surprising firing of coordinators Gregg Williams (defense) and Al Saunders (offense). The coaching search has been weird from the beginning.
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March 9, 2007
On March 2, 2007, WILLIAM TEE GREGG; beloved husband of Annie S. Gregg. On Sunday, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike, from 3 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mr. Gregg will lie instate at Central Baptist Church, 2035 W. Baltimore Street, where the family will receive friends from m10 to 10:30 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 233-2400.
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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN REPORTER | January 6, 2006
ASHBURN, Va. -- At 6 feet 3 and 295 pounds, Washington Redskins defensive tackle Joe Salave'a doesn't get yelled at very often. Who would dare to? But when it's time to practice at Redskins Park, Salave'a and the rest of the defense understand that verbal lashings from defensive guru Gregg Williams are the norm, not a rarity. Although Williams has been known to pepper his lectures with four-letter words, Salave'a said he doesn't mind. "You've really got to have a clear conscience of where it's coming from," Salave'a said.
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By KEN MURRAY | September 5, 2002
Buffalo Bills Last season: 3-13, fifth place. Coach: Gregg Williams (3-13), second year with Bills. Story line: Can 10-year veteran QB Drew Bledsoe resurrect his career as well as the downtrodden Bills? Power game: If Bledsoe can still play, he's got a deep passing game waiting to happen in WRs Eric Moulds and Peerless Price. The Bills want to be more physical on offense -- they drafted OT Mike Williams in the first round -- and throw deep more often. Achilles' heel: The Bills' defense lacked leadership a year ago and was poor against the run. Free-agent MLB London Fletcher, moving over from the Rams, should help in both areas.
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By Ken Murray | January 13, 2002
Final power rankings(Last week's ranking in parentheses) 1. St. Louis (1): Better team than '99 champs. 2. Pittsburgh (2): Will it come down to Kris Brown? 3. Chicago (3): Bears always find a way. 4. New England (4): This shouldn't be happening. 5. San Francisco (6): All elements are in place. 6. Green Bay (5): Defense is on the rocks. 7. Philadelphia (8): Still no running game. 8. Miami (10): Defense is injury-depleted. 9. Tampa Bay (7): Must win in cold. 10. N.Y. Jets (12): John Hall was clutch.
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March 9, 2007
On March 2, 2007, WILLIAM TEE GREGG; beloved husband of Annie S. Gregg. On Sunday, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto. Nat'l Pike, from 3 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mr. Gregg will lie instate at Central Baptist Church, 2035 W. Baltimore Street, where the family will receive friends from m10 to 10:30 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 233-2400.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | November 28, 2006
The Washington Redskins' defense had taken more shots than it had delivered during the first 10 weeks of the season, not only from opposing teams but also from fans and media. Perhaps the most decisive blow came last week, in the form of a scathing article in ESPN the Magazine, which outlined the turmoil among the defensive players and coaches, particularly assistant head coach Gregg Williams. Falcons@Redskins Sunday, 1 p.m., Ch. 5, 1430 AM Line: Redskins by 2
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By Pat Emory and Pat Emory,Special to The Sun | July 29, 1991
KENT NARROWS -- Hydroplanes flying around a turn at more than 120 mph in the Kent Narrows Power Boat Challenge yesterday narrowly avoided a three-boat collision when Cloud Nine, with Maryland's top hydroplane driver at the helm, suddenly went dead in the water.Bobby Brown of Parsonsburg was in the lead and just three laps away from making a sweep of two hydroplane classes in the weekend's high speed racing at Kent Narrows when the ignition module on the boat, owned by John Savage, of Hampton, Va., suddenly shut down as he rounded a turn.
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