Documentary filmmaker Sean Pamphilon caused a stir ten days ago when he released an audio recording of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams urging his players to injure the 49ers prior to their NFC playoff game. What Pamphilon hasn’t done is release everything he recorded behind the scenes with the Saints. But that’s what the NFL is asking him to do.
Pamphilon told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports that the league office has been in touch and wants to get a complete look at anything that can shed light on the Saints bounty scandal.
“NFL security called four times on Friday. They want the Gregg Williams tapes,” Pamphilon told Silver.
Pamphilon also said he wants “Roger Goodell to answer real questions first.” It’s not clear exactly what Pamphilon means by that, but if he means that he wants to be the one to ask those “real questions” to Goodell, that’s a request that may bolster those who think Pamphilon inserted himself into the bounty story for self-serving reasons.
Pamphilon added that he has copies of tapes “in several locations.” It remains to be seen whether the NFL’s security office will be one of those locations that houses Pamphilon’s tapes in the future.