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A list of coaching suspensions in the NFL

A list of coaching suspensions in the NFL.

2012 - New Orleans coach Sean Payton for the 2012 season, former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams indefinitely and assistant coach Joe Vitt six games, because of the team's bounty system that targeted opposing players over a three-year period.

2011 - Baltimore offensive line coach Andy Moeller for two weeks and a $47,000 fine for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

2010 - New York Jets strength and conditioning coach Sal Alosi indefinitely for instructing players to stand in a wall on the sidelines and tripping Miami's Nolan Caroll on a punt return in their game on Dec. 12. Alosi resigned in January 2011.

2010 - New Orleans assistant defensive line coach Travis Jones 30 days for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

2007 - Dallas assistant coach Wade Wilson five games for violating NFL rules on using performance-enhancing drugs.

1978 - New England coach Chuck Fairbanks one game for accepting the head coaching position at the University of Colorado.

Note: The suspensions of Alosi and Fairbanks were team suspensions.

Source: National Football League.

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