Suspended former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams says he will coach again. (Matthew Sharpe/Getty Images)
Former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is currently serving an indefinite suspension from the National Football League because of his role in the bounty scandal. But that's not stopping him from thinking about getting back into coaching.
Williams showed up at this annual charity golf tournament in Excelsior Springs, Mo. on Friday and declined comment when asked about the bounty scandal, according to ESPN.com. He said the golf tournament was "all about the kids."
"I will coach again," Williams said when he was asked about his future.
Williams, 53, has been an NFL coach since 1990 with previous stops in Tennessee, Buffalo, Washington and Jacksonville. He was hired as the St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator in February before being suspended by the NFL.