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Somewhat surprising in the punishments levied against the New Orleans Saints in the bounty scandal was the lack of concrete information about how much the team's coaches who were not sanctioned by commissioner Roger Goodell knew about the illegal pay-for-pain program administered by former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. And how few questions there were about the roles of those half-dozen men. The answer: Most of the defensive assistants who served on Sean Payton's staff in the three "bounty" seasons, 2009-2011, possessed varying degrees of awareness about the program. But they avoided sanctions because they did not administer the program or contribute to player's financial rewards. That's the skinny from a high-ranking NFL official who is very familiar with the league's investigation into the bounties, and who spoke to The Sports Xchange not for attribution about the penalties implemented against Payton, Williams, assistant head coach Joe Vitt and general manager Mickey...
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