ESPN host Pat McAfee reported on his show Thursday that the FBI allegedly raided former Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams’ home.
The Chicago Bears have been in many headlines this week
Williams has been the source of much rumor and speculation following his resignation from the Bears on Wednesday morning. Williams missed the Bears Week 2 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to unspecified “personal” reasons.
General manager Ryan Poles spoke to the press Thursday on multiple issues the Bears face heading into their Week 3 contest against the Kansas City Chiefs. Per Adam Hoge with CHGO, Poles said he had nothing more to add about Williams ‘resignation.
#Bears GM Ryan Poles on Alan Williams: "I don't have many details to add there."
Reiterates that it was "completely false" that Halas Hall was raided.
— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) September 21, 2023
Pat McAfee: Alan Williams’ house was raided by the FBI
Around the same time as Poles’ presser, ESPN host Pat McAfee gave a report on Williams’ resignation. Per McAfee, a source told him that the FBI allegedly raided Williams’ house:
“But anytime you hear about an FBI raid happening, you assume when there’s some smoke, there’s a fire,” McAfee said. “We will say–I mean, we’ve sued for a lot of stuff—but our sources have told me that an FBI raid did happen on the defensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears Alan Williams’ house.”
Yesterday was a bad day for the Chicago Bears..
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) September 21, 2023
McAfee did not specify the reason the alleged raid took place.
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