An NFL Network analyst says he's "heard" who the whistle-blower in the Saints bounty case is.  When a Twitter follower of the former NFL player guessed Jeremy Shockey,  Warren Sapp responded," Bingo!"

Shockey, a former tight end in New Orleans from 2008-2010, would have witnessed the first two years of the bounty program under defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, which paid defensive players for harming opponents.

Shockey responded incredulously to Sapp's tweet: "really?? Wow did I also have something to do with the um scandal?"

Sapp was originally critical of the unidentified Saints' "snitch" when the NFL released its findings in early March. Falcons wide receiver Roddy White expressed a similar sentiment in a tweet Wednesday:  "By the way y'all got a lot of snitches in your locker room and organization no loyalty"

Shockey is now a free agent after spending a season in Carolina. Both players attended the University of Miami, and Sapp spent 13 years in the league before retiring in 2007.