The St. Louis Rams organization is in limbo while it waits for a resolution on the Gregg Williams bounty scandal from the NFL. While many already have called for the Rams to fire Williams, the team's front office officials have said they're going to wait for a decision from the league before they comment on the situation. As Rams GM Les Snead said on Rich Eisen's podcast:
"Right now, it's a league matter," Snead said. "That's an ongoing investigation, and we're not going to comment on it until that investigation is resolved."
Snead also chose not to comment on whether the Rams have discussed contingency plans should Williams be suspended.
The NFL could announce punishments for Williams and the New Orleans Saints in the next few weeks.
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