Will the punishment for New Orleans Saints players be announced today?

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December 4, 2011; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma (51) and safety Roman Harper (41) celebrate following a missed field goal by Detroit Lions place kicker Jason Hanson (not pictured) during the fourth quarter of a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE

It’s a question that everybody is ready to move on with and is beginning to wear out it’s welcome especially with fans of the New Orleans Saints.

For the past month and a half, this lingering question has produced much speculation and aggravation among the media and Who Dats.  The aggravation coming more from the Who Dats than anyone.

Fans are frankly ready for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to make his ruling on the punishments for the 22-27 players allegedly involved in a “pay for performance” investigation for the past three seasons.

Linebacker Jonathan Vilma has been in the spotlight as being the one who allegedly offered a $10,000 “bounty” on quarterback Brett Farve during the 2010 NFC Championship Game.

Vilma recently said he is preparing to receive a two to eight game suspension from the league.  Now whether Vilma has been advised of the league by this or not hasn’t been determined.

Of course, it’s not impossible for the league to suspend Vilma for the entire season considering that head coach Sean Payton got blindsided by his one year suspension from Goodell.

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