Bob Griese: No bounties in my day
INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese said there were no bounties on quarterbacks in his day.
That's because back in the 1970s, knockout attempts were so routine they didn't merit extra payment.
"Everybody would try to get the quarterbacks out of the game back then," Griese said. "They weren't getting paid for it. They would just try to knock you out."
The NFL recently punished the New Orleans Saints heavily for running a bounty program that paid ...
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