Scott Fujita Not Named In Gregg Williams Affidavit, According To Report

Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita was not named in a signed affidavit former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams provided the NFL on the ongoing bounty scandal, according to a report at CBSsports.com.

According to Jason La Canfora's report at CBSsports.com, many topics were discussed in the lengthy report, and many players' names were stated explicitly throughout the document.

But Fujita, who was initially suspended three games to begin the season, was never mentioned.

Also according to the report, Fujita and other former Saints whose bounty-related suspensions were recently "vacated" are scheduled to meet with league officials Tuesday.

Fujita started Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals and made two tackles. His suspension, along with those of the other implicated players, were lifted for Week 1. But Fujita sat out the Browns' 17-16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles while he recovered from a leg injury.

The Browns kick off against the Buffalo Bills at 1 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS.

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