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FILE-- According to an NFL investigation, from 2009 to 2011 the New Orleans Saints created an unseemly bounty system that rewarded defensive players for injuring opponents. The program, administered by Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, financed by Saints players and strictly forbidden by the NFL, offered $1,000 for a hit that forced a player to be carted off to the sideline and $1,500 for one that knocked a player out of the game©SuziAltmanPictured is New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton covering his face with his visor. Greg Williams, Defensive Coordiantor for the New Orleans Saintshas been suspended indefiently from the NFL  because of his "bounty system" he had in place while coaching for the Saints during the 2009,2010 & 2011 NFL seasons. Coach Sean Payton was suspended for one year and General manager Micky Loomis was suspended for 8 games for thier roles in the "Bounty scandal". File Photo of Defensive coach Greg Willams and coach Sean Payton coaching during the Saints pre season game against the San Diego Chargers Friday Aug 27,2010. The San Diego charges cut Drew Brees a few years ago, allowing him to be picked up by the Saints as a free agent. The Saints won 36-21 at half time.Photo© Suzi AltmanNew Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton speaks to the media after beating the Atlanta Falcons and going 7-0.  fans celebrate after beating the Atlanta Falcons in the SuperDome 35-17. New Orleans Saints TE  Jermey Shockey (88) grtabs the ball for a reception and a first down during the game against the Atlanta Falcons in the first half of a NFL football game in the SuperDome in Louisiana, Monday, Nov.2, 2009. The saints went on to win 35 to 27 and remain undefeated in te NFC South. Photos©SuziAltman/SuziSnaps.com.NFL Saints Cowboys Saturday Dec. 19, 2009 in New Orleans Louisiana at. Saints lost to the Cowboys 24-17 and the Saints are now 13-1.Photo©Suzi Altman/Suzisnaps.com