NEW YORK -- Shortly after meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma said he hoped the meeting would be a turning point in the case.
But by Monday night, he sent an angry Tweet critical of the NFL.
Vilma met with Goodell for more than three hours. In that meeting, the NFL produced a sworn affidavit from former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.
That affidavit was signed last week, which clearly angered Vilma, as he Tweeted, "You obviously want me to be guilty if you can't see that Gregg was bullied to sign the affidavit. He signed three days ago! #weakattempt."
Vilma's attorneys say they expect Goodell's ruling to be early next week.