New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma, interim coach Joe Vitt and former Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress testified Monday at the bounty hearings, finalizing all the witness statements in the case, according to the Times-Picayune.
Vilma told the Times-Picayune that he did not change his testimony from the last time he met in regard to his involvement with the bounty scandal. Vilma also seemed to feel that former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue was "more receptive" than Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Vitt said he wasn't able to give any details of his testimony, but he did say he told Tagliabue he didn't feel any of his players crossed the line with intent to injure other players.
Childress didn't reveal any of his statements in the hearing. Childress was one of the first to speak with the league about the possibility of a bounty on Brett Favre, who was playing quarterback in 2009 during the NFC Championship Game.