Sean Payton gets One Year Suspension in Bounty Case


The New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton has been suspended for one year due to his role in the bounty system that encouraged defensive players to inflict injury on opposing players and rewarding them for it.  Sean Payton, who earns approximately $7.5 million per year, will go unpaid for the whole year because suspension in the NFL is without pay.  On the other hand, Gregg Williams, defensive coach of the St. Louis Rams has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL, and the Saints were fined $500,000.

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