EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. — Former NFL defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, suspended indefinitely for his role in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal, said Friday that he hasn’t communicated with commissioner Roger Goodell in months but that he does not plan on being in coaching exile forever.
“I will coach again,” Williams said before declining to answer any further questions.
Williams was in his hometown of Excelsior Springs on Friday for his annual Gregg Williams Foundation Tiger Classic golf tournament. It was his first known public appearance since the bounty scandal broke in March, and it was clear, in two brief conversations filled with “no comments,” that Williams desperately wants to get back into the league and is doing everything in his power to lie low.
Source: ESPN, Elizabeth Merrill