Hopefully the NFL gets all the details of who, what, where, and when his bounty program took place, so the NFL can adequately punish those involve. Williams at the very least should be banned from coaching in the NFL. He may face criminal charges as well if enough malicious intent is found in his bounty program.
In some feel-good news, Packers linebacker and former Buckeye A.J. Hawk donated his hair to Wigs for Kids, a charity that provides wigs for children who lose their hair due to medical treatments, such as cancer, and other conditions that cause children to lose their hair at too young of an age. Hawk had this to say on Twitter about Wigs for Kids:
We are hoping to raise enough money and hair donations to change many lives!… No child should have to feel ashamed of themselves due to a disease.
The two-time Pro Bowler would be the top free-agent safety to hit the market if the Titans decide not to tag him. The Titans may opt to use the tag on free-agent CB Courtland Finnegan, but that would cost the team $10 million. With no other significant free agents to re-sign, and the fact that the tag for a safety is a mere $6.2 million, its a bargain for a player that has 17 career interceptions and has never missed an NFL game in his five years with the Titans.