NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Gregg Williams is back in the NFL and is still preaching aggressive play on defense.
After being suspended for nearly a year for his role in the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal, the Titans senior assistant coach for defense insists he only worries about doing the right thing, not monitoring the language he uses. That said, he is keeping a low profile in his new job, but otherwise his approach apparently hasn't changed.
Tennessee tackle Jurrell Casey finds the coach just as wild and crazy as he had heard.
Cornerback Jason McCourty says Gregg Williams has been preaching how the Titans need to set the tone on defense.
Williams says it's fun seeing the players wanting to be aggressive because that's the kind of coach he is.
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