For those of you who follow the NFL news going on recently, there's a big story going on about "bounty hunting" where coaches [Gregg Williams specifically] would pay players rewards for hitting the enemy players with enough force to cause a massive injury. There's now some speculation going around that Peyton Manning's neck injury originated from a hit he took playing the 49ers, where Williams was coaching at the time. One could then argue that bounty hunting is the reason for why Peyton was dropped from the Colts last Wednesday, ending a 14 season career with the same team. I've been hearing a lot of back and forth in my shop. Some people have commented on how disgusting this is, while others are saying that while they dislike it, they're sure it's been done WAY before this and never discovered. Some are even simplifying things with statements like "That's football. Big deal." Anyone's thoughts on this?