Should Coaching Football be a Jailable Offense?Monday, March 5, 2012
Whether you think professional football is too violent or not violent enough, you have to admit that the act of putting bounties on player’s heads is taking things too far. If we can agree that is, than how far should the punishment go? Should the coach be fired? Fined? What about jailed? There is actually been talk that Gregg Williams might be looking at jail time for his bounty hunter techniques. Now if you ask me, I think bounty hunters belong in the bail bond industry not in professional football, but then again, what do I know? How about you...what do you think?