Fitzgerald Agrees that Saints Players Should Be Suspended

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is speaking out on the recent “bounty gate” involving the New Orleans Saints.

The Pro Bowl WR says that those suspended in the Saints scandal are not “bad men,” but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell needed to suspend them according to NFL.com.

“I think it’s unfortunate … that authority figures in the league implemented such a thing.

“I think Roger Goodell, our commissioner, had to do something to let everybody know that was not going to be tolerated, and moving forward, this is not something that is going to be acceptable,” Fitzgerald said.

“I’ve known Jonathan Vilma for a very long time … Will Smith actually hosted me on my visit to Ohio State in college,” Fitzgerald said. “I’ve known these guys a really long time and they’re not bad men by any stretch of the imagination, so I feel bad that they are losing game checks and losing an opportunity to make a living.”


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