AUDIO: Gregg Williams Drops F Bombs, Encourages Saints Players To Injure Alex Smith For Reward (NSFW)

Gregg Williams is the lone coach not appealing his punishment from the New Orleans Saints bounty program. Most likely, he just wants to take his punishment and hope for reinstatement next year. Maybe he also knows the evidence is pretty damning against him, and the flow of damaging reports just keeps coming. The latest is a video/audio of Williams' profanity laced speech to his players prior to their Divisional playoff game against the 49ers.

The audio was passed along to Mike Silver of Yahoo Sports by documentary filmmaker Sean Pamphilon, who directed "Run Ricky Run" for ESPN, as Pamphilon is filming a documentary on former Saints player Steve Gleason, who is suffering from ALS.

In the video, Williams urges his players to hurt Frank Gore and Alex Smith, and he even makes insinuations of a reward for doing so.

Listen to the audio after the jump ... use headphones.

And for a little more gasoline on the fire, Carlos Rogers, who played for Williams in Washington, told a radio station that there in fact was a bounty program there. The NFL is already investigating the Washington Redskins bounty program under Williams, reportedly.

At this rate, it will be a miracle if Williams ever returns to football.

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