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  1. One Saints player was listed on Wednesday's New Orleans Saints Injury Report for Week 1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS G Andrus Peat Quad DNP DT Wednesday Calf DNP OT Donovan Smith Knee LP G Evan Smith Hip LP CB M.J. Steward Foot LP Position Name Injury
  2. And we lose Mark Ingram for 4 games? This is past stupid.....
  3. 13 - 3 Super Bowl Champs
  4. Wow I remember that!! Dobler was one mean SOB!!!
  5. And us when Archie Manning was playing. He was always running for his life.
  6. https://nesn.com/2018/06/nba-rumors-warriors-still-interested-in-anthony-davis-after-latest-championship/ Very few NBA teams have enough quality trade assets to acquire New Orleans Pelicans superstar center Anthony Davis, but the Golden State Warriors are among them. And while the Warriors are in the midst of celebrating their championship in four seasons, you can bet general manager Bob Myers and his staff already have discussed ways to improve the roster — which means keeping tabs on Davis, as The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami recently explained. “Are the Warriors still targeting New Orleans center Anthony Davis? Sure,” Kawakami wrote. “(Warriors owner Joe) Lacob and Myers love to circle the best names possible years in advance of their potential availability, and figure out how they might be able to land the biggest fish out there. “It used to be Kevin Durant. Now the Warriors’ biggest target is Davis, and they understand that their clearest way to get him was to sacrifice several big parts of their foundation — maybe Klay Thompson and/or Draymond Green — in a trade.” Making a huge splash to acquire Davis after a third title in four seasons would be a pretty bold move for Golden State. If Davis ever did get put on the trading block, many teams, including the Boston Celtics, likely would be involved. When a player that good is up for grabs, every team needs to at least inquire about the chances of attaining him. The Warriors do need to upgrade at center, though. Draymond Green plays the position in their “Hamptons 5” lineup, and even though he’s an elite defender, he’s still undersized for the No. 5 spot. Jordan Bell, a second-round draft pick in 2017, had a nice rookie season, but as a center he’s a non-factor from 3-point range, as are JaVale McGee and Kevon Looney, Golden State’s other two centers who have started games. Like every great team, the Warriors are refusing to be satisfied with recent success. You should assume Myers will look into several avenues that could improve his roster this summer, and that might even include a free-agent meeting with LeBron James. Thumbnail photo via Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports Read more at: https://nesn.com/2018/06/nba-rumors-warriors-still-interested-in-anthony-davis-after-latest-championship/
  7. Time for a new shirt!!!
  8. Before you open think who it might be & post what you thought it was. http://fanjuicer.com/2018/05/every-nfl-logo-ranked-by-over-1400-fans
  9. I was a fan of his. I really didn't like it when he was released. I wanted him to make it & he didn't. How many young men get the opportunity to play in the NFL? He should be grateful that he had that opportunity. After his release I was withing him nothing but the best. Quite a few Saints fans did the same "wish him the best". After listening to his interview, he lost one fan on this end.
  10. I don't think it will happen but.......... Report: Saints discussing a big move up in the first round Posted by Michael David Smith on April 26, 2018, 10:32 AM EDT Getty Images The Saints own the 27th overall pick in this year’s draft, but they may have a higher pick before the night is over. New Orleans has made multiple calls about making “a big leap up” in the first round, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Typically if a team is looking to make a big leap up in the first round, that team is looking to draft a quarterback. So the Saints may think they can make a move for the heir apparent to Drew Brees. Who would it be? It’s probably not realistic to think New Orleans could move up high enough to get Baker Mayfield or Sam Darnold. Josh Allen, Josh Rosen or Lamar Jackson might be available with a pick somewhere in the range that the Saints could go up and get. Complicating matters is that the Saints don’t have a second-round draft pick because they sent their second-round pick to the 49ers last year in exchange for a third-round pick, which they used on Alvin Kamara. So if the Saints are looking to trade up, they’d have to be willing to include their 2019 first-round pick in the deal. That would be a big investment, perhaps for a quarterback they hope can lead their franchise as long as Brees has. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/04/26/report-saints-discussing-a-big-move-up-in-the-first-round/
  11. Doing one day at a time & not letting one day do me all of the time.

  12. I don't think he is complaining much..... Marques Colston net worth: $40 Million Marques Colston Net Worth and salary: Marques Colston is an American professional football player who has a net worth of $40 million. Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 1983, Marques Colston turned down a scholarship offer from the University of Missouri to play college football at Hofstra. The wide receiver finished his collegiate career with 182 catches for 2,843 yards and 18 touchdowns, setting a school record for receiving yards. The New Orleans Saints chose Colston in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft. Despite his late draft position, Colston went on to set an NFL record for most catches in a player's first two seasons as he hauled in 168 passes. The seventh-rounder leads the Saints in receiving yards, yards from scrimmage, total receptions, receiving touchdowns, and total touchdowns. As of the end of 2013, Colston has tallied 607 receptions for 8,337 yards and 63 receiving touchdowns. He won the 2013 Ed Block Courage Award and was named NFL Rookie of the Month on Offense in October 2006. Colston caught seven passes for 83 yards as the Saints went on to defeat the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, in Super Bowl CLIV in Miami. Colston owns the Professional Indoor Football League's Harrisburg Stampede and lives in Luling, Louisiana. https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-athletes/nfl/marques-colston-net-worth/
  13. Saints talked to Reuben Foster’s girlfriend during draft Posted by Darin Gantt on April 16, 2018, 5:48 AM EDT Getty Images Things worked out for the Saints because the guy they picked at the end of the first round turned out to be a good player. But as importantly for them, things worked out because they didn’t get a chance to take linebacker Reuben Foster. Saints coach Sean Payton told Peter King of SI.com that he thought they’d have still taken tackle Ryan Ramczyk with the 32nd pick even if the 49ers hadn’t traded in front of them to take Foster 31st last year. But he admitted they were considering Foster, and were on the phone with his girlfriend during the draft. Foster said after last year’s draft that the Saints were on the phone with him leading up to their pick, and indicated they wanted to take him. They also wanted to talk to his girlfriend, asking if she was going to be able to help Foster stay out of trouble. “This was part of our fact-finding late in the round,” Payton said. “I hadn’t had a chance to meet his girlfriend during the pre-draft process, and we were still in the process of deciding. I think we were going to take Ramczyk anyway, but I wanted to talk to her about Reuben.” Foster won’t be participating in the 49ers offseason program, after he was charged with felony domestic violence. He’s accused of dragging her by the hair, punching her in the head a number of times and puncturing her eardrum. The team keeping him at arm’s length is a preemptive move, since the league hasn’t put him on the commissioner’s exempt list as they have done in similar cases. So while the Saints can breathe a sigh of relief for avoiding that problem, Payton couldn’t get away from the human issues. “It’s tragic, and it’s sad,” Payton said. “I just feel awful when those things happen.” As it pertains to football, Ramczyk became part of a brilliant draft class along with cornerback Marshon Lattimore, safety Marcus Williams, and running back Alvin Kamara. But even though they liked Ramcyzk, a sturdy tackle from Wisconsin, it’s hard to ignore the idea that the 49ers did them an inadvertent favor. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/04/16/saints-talked-to-reuben-fosters-girlfriend-during-draft/
  14. I hate Utah Jazz.
  15. I agree, I think it is the Saints & the answer to #2 is way to easy.............Archie Manning.