Anthony Hargrove is thrilled to be back on the football field again and if he’s
concerned about his upcoming 8-game suspension and the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, he’s not showing it.
Hargrove is appealing his suspension. When asked about it, as well as any other aspect of the bounty scandal, Hargove turned the conversation back to football and his new team, the Green Bay Packers.
Hargrove told reporters that he’s confident he can win on third downs if anybody lines up across from him.
In a declaration that Hargrove sent to the league, Hargrove detailed how he followed his coaches’ orders in New Orleans. That information was supposed to be kept secret but was instead leaked.
Hargrove can practice with the Packers and play in preseason games, but barring a turn-around, Hargrove will have to sit for the first 8-games of the regular season before he can actually play for his new team.