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Notebook: Any 'bounty' violations 'my responsibility,' Thompson says

9:02 PM, Nov. 19, 2007
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Several Green Bay Packers players appear to have violated the NFL's "bounty rule" and could face sanctions.

Packers General Manager Ted Thompson said today he has been in contact with league office, which is investigating the situation.

ESPN reported that Packers defensive backs offered to pay the team's defensive linemen $500 apiece if they could hold Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson under 100 yards rushing in their game on Nov. 11. According to the report, they also offered another $500 for holding the Carolina Panthers to under 60 yards rushing as a team in Sunday's game. ...

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