Gregg Williams, one of the key figures in the Saints bounty scandal, was reinstated by the league  on Wednesday and subsequently hired by the Titans as a senior assistant coach for the defense.
Williams had been suspended indefinitely by the league, but Wednesday’s NFL statement indicated Williams accepted responsibility for his role and pledged to never again be involved in any pay-for-performance program.
“The commissioner emphasized that Williams must fully conform to league rules and will be subject to periodic monitoring to confirm his compliance,” the league said.
With Williams’ return, everyone involved in the scandal has been reinstated.
Williams will be introduced by the Titans at a Thursday afternoon press conference.
“I have known Gregg for over two decades and have seen him work his way up from a quality control coach to a head coach,” Titans coach Mike Munchak said in a statement. “He will bring a great deal of defensive knowledge and energy to our staff. The decision to bring him here only came after going through a thoughtful and thorough process.”