A household name for all the wrong reasons, Williams has slipped into exile, suspended by the league indefinitely. While he's anxiously chopped down by pundits, many of his former players still stand by him.
Dunbar was hazy in explaining his role in the pay-for-performance program that unfurled under Williams in New Orleans.
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"I was a young cat," he said. "I had nothing to do with that."
Required here is a closer explanation of how Dunbar or any Saints defensive player -- at any stage in their career -- coexisted with teammates during the heyday of the "bounty" program without knowledge or a sense of involvement. Dunbar wouldn't say much about the suspensions handed down to Williams, Sean Payton and Co.
"That's not something I can handle," he said. "(Commissioner Roger) Goodell thought that was the punishment that was needed for that, and I respect that."