Pamphilon implies Brees, Fujita encouraged him to release the Gregg Williams audio

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On Thursday, filmmaker Sean Pamphilon posted a very long explanation on his website, which broke down why he released the famous audio of former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams telling his defense “kill the head & the body dies.”

You can read it for yourself.  But the impression that I got from Pamphilon’s story is that both Drew Brees and Scott Fujita were on-board with him releasing the audio publicly.

As much as Fujita and Brees want to deny the fact that they don’t know anything about the Saints bounty program, Pamphilon’s story clearly shows they’re lying.  That of course is if his story is true.  At this point, I don’t have any reason to doubt it.