NFL hears players' bounty appeals
NEW YORK -- The NFL insists it has evidence galore in the New Orleans Saints bounty program and even made some of it public on Monday. The players and lawyers involved weren't impressed.
On a strange day that included a morning adjournment of the hearings with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, followed by one of the suspended players, Jonathan Vilma, opting not to return for afternoon sessions, the league showed reporters some of the 20,000 documents it says investigators uncovered.
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