Sports

Renaldo Wynn: Gregg Williams Had Opposing Playbooks Before Facing Teams

View Comments
(Photo by Matthew Sharpe/Getty Images)

(Photo by Matthew Sharpe/Getty Images)

Profile Garret Heinrich
The digital content manager of CBS Radio Houston, Garret is a father,...
Read More
Featured Items

Small-WttNEW College Football Playoff System

Small-WttTinder Fun With Arian Foster Tweets

77820352_8Hot Cheerleader - Funny Faces 2014

From Our CBS Music Sites

77820352_8Awesomely Ugly Christmas Sweaters

77820352_8Houston Astros Tweet: Taylor Swift Concert Will Be Moved If They Make Postseason?!

459651046 Renaldo Wynn: Gregg Williams Had Opposing Playbooks Before Facing TeamsThese Names Tend To Land On Santa's Naughty List

77820352_810 Weirdest Requests From Kids To Santa

Sports Fan Insider

Keep up with your favorite teams and athletes with daily updates.
Sign Up

During the final day of Radio Row in New York City in preparation for the Super Bowl in New Jersey on Sunday Renaldo Wynn sat down with Mike Meltser & Seth Payne on SportsRadio 610’s MaD Radio.

Payne and Wynn played together for the Jacksonville Jaguars, and when Payne brought up their success and coming up one win short of the Super Bowl while playing in Jacksonville, Wynn dropped a bombshell about the Jaguars loss in the 1999 AFC Championship game to the Tennessee Titans.

“You know why we fell short in that AFC Championship game?  After that I ended up getting coached by Gregg Williams.  And Greg Williams was, at the time, defensive coordinator by the Tennessee Titans,” Wynn told Payne & Meltser “First thing he said when he came in the door was ‘Hey, you know why you lost?’ With a lot of other explicit words with that.  He said he had our play book.  Greg Williams had our play book.  Our game-plan on offense. [He] had our playbook.”

Payne thought Wynn wouldn’t know how Williams acquired the playbook but Wynn surprised the hosts, “I know how he got them,” Wynn said. “He started getting playbooks when I was with him.” Wynn did not elaborate at the time about how Williams received the playbooks.

Williams has had some controversy in his career which started at Tennessee where he was the defensive coordinator from 1997 – 2000.  In 1999 the Titans fell one yard short of a Super Bowl win against the St. Louis Rams that year.  Williams would end up working as a defensive coordinator with the Washington Redskins, where he crossed paths with Wynn again.  Williams then coached for the New Orleans Saints, winning the Super Bowl, but being suspended from coaching for almost a year for ‘Bounty Gate,’ where it was found there were money payouts for big hits by his defensive players.

“I’m sorry Gregg, I had to put you out there,” Wynn said at the end of the interview.  “You can’t go no lower than what you’ve been already.”

Williams is currently the St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator.

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 26,094 other followers