The trouble is just beginning for Gregg Williams, the man in the middle of the New Orleans Saints' bounty system scandal -- the St. Louis Rams' defensive coordinator is being called to New York City tomorrow to meet with NFL Security, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen:
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Williams was the Saints' defensive coordinator for three seasons, between 2009 and '11. He worked previously with the Washington Redskins (coordinator 2004 to '07) and Buffalo Bills (head coach from '01 to '03), and the league is now investigating whether Williams had similar bounties in place on previous teams. It's still unknown at this point how harsh the penalties will be for Williams, but an answer to that question is expected in the next two to three weeks.