NFL offers New Orleans Saints Jonathan Vilma a Faust-like deal on his suspension

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It would surprise me if Vilma were to take this deal since, as mentioned before, it is in essence a plea bargain with him admitting a form of guilt if he accepted it.  It’s a stance that Vilma has hammered that he is innocent of any type of bounty program.

In other words, if he accepts the offer, he will win the battle but not the war.  It would go down on record that he relented and gave in.  Vilma has fought too long and hard on the issue to simply throw his hands in the air.

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Topics: Anthony Hargrove, Joe Vitt, Jonathan Vilma, Mickey Loomis, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Roger Goodell, Scott Fujita, Sean Payton, Will Smith

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  • louisianakid1954

    I agree Vilma should continue his battle with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, like Drew Brees said they don’t trust Goodell. I will lean on Goodell like he lean on me know deals Roger Goodell is up to know good. Vilma have fought to long and his name has been draged through the mud and it would be better to know the whole truth of the matter at hand. The New Orleans Saints has been through to much this offseason to take a deal I would like the truth to be known to the public that Roger Goodell is a liar. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell trying to play the New Orleans Saints players and staff as suckers he must have forgotten who he dealing with the WHODAT’S NATION we’ll rather fight than switch. So Mr. Vilma keep on fighting the ball is in your field so play it how you want to Mr. Vilma its on you. (Good Luck Fight)!!

  • Tammy Meaux

    Stick it to them Vilma, continue the fight to make it right.We are going to the super bowl and we are going to win it. The Who Dat Nation stands strong. There is no knocking us down !