I have some issues with it.
1. Paying a player under the table for injuring another team's player; that goes against the Union, Salary Cap, and to be technical, the IRS. You have to report all income, and getting paid by someone who's not even an employee of the team to hurt another team's player is classless. You should never try to injure any player. You should want to hurt him mentally, but not injure him.
2. Since Hurricane Katrina the New Orleans Saints have gotten away with everything. Watch a game, any game of theirs, and watch the lines play. Count how many holds you see and then subtract that total to how many are actually called. I know they lost their LT and he got paid big money, but now watch to see if his numbers drop. He's not going to get away with all those holds in Tampa.
3. Let the Bounty Program be run by any other team than the Saints and see if ESPN would be trying to give them a break. ESPN tries to downplay it every time I see them say anything about it. I know it got swept under the rug fast. I'm an Atlanta Falcons fan and I came here to see what you guys had to say about Lofa. If you guys had to play vs. the 'Aints twice a year you guys would see what I see. I don't watch ESPN unless I have to, and lately I've had to because my satellite isn't picking up NFLN. They try to act like nothing happened, but I remember when Michael 'Con'Vick got caught they constantly showed him with the Falcons' logo behind him, even after he was cut. Now he's in Philly and you never hear anything about him and his dog fighting ring; had he stayed in Atlanta that's all you would have heard.
When he was in Atlanta ESPN hammered him, but now he's in Philly and he's the 'Most Mobile QB Ever'. They try to give the Saints a free pass, and if this happens I will have lost all respect for the NFL.
You have to stay consistant in your rulings, and if you punish one you have to punish the other the same.
Just my two cents.