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  1. Josiah Bronson - Defensive Tackle - Washington (Tom Pelissero)
  2. Bryce Thompson - Cornerback - Tennessee (Matt Zenitz) Eric Burrell - Safety - Wisconsin (Matt Zenitz) Shaq Smith - Linebacker - Maryland (Matt Zenitz) Stevie Scott - Running Back - Indiana University (Shane P. Hallam) Mike Brown - Offensive Lineman - West Virginia University (Keenan Cummings)
  3. Dylan Soehner - Tight End - Iowa State University (Iowa State Football) Nolan Cooney - Punter - Syracuse University (Syracuse Football)
  4. And here are the players they selected... overall thoughts? I'm not really familiar w/ any of these guys, but some areas of need were addressed, LB, CB, and OL. But, did we reach with a few of the selections? ATN, I know how much you hate ND, but one of my close friends who loves ND and the Saints is geeking out about the Ian Book pick. Also, it seems that SP got his yearly Ohio State heroin fix lol... New Orleans Saints 2021 NFL Draft Picks: Round 1, pick 28 – Payton Turner, DE, Houston Round 2, pick 60 – Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State Round 3, pick 76 – Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford Round 4, pick 133 – Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame Round 6: No. 206 – Landon Young, OT, Kentucky Round 7, pick 255 – Kawaan Baker, WR, South Alabama
  5. So far, it's been: Trill Williams - Defensive Back - Syracuse University (StepinacAthletics)
  6. Meanwhile, at Trevor Lawrence's house...
  7. DE Payton Turner out of U of H... The first thing I heard the guys on tv say that he's 'injury prone', so the pessimist in me groaned and thought, 'Welp, here's Marcus Davenport 2.0.' Thoughts on the pick? I know nothing about the dude...
  8. Video: Saints' Marshon Lattimore admits to having gun after police assure, 'No one's gonna get beat' BY AMIE JUST | STAFF WRITER New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore admitted to having a loaded gun in his waistband during a traffic stop in March after a Cleveland Police officer assured him that "no one's gonna get beat on," according to two body camera videos obtained by The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate. “If there’s something in here, let us know now," an officer says. "No one’s gonna get beat on, nothing like that, OK? Just tell us if there’s a gun or anything like that in here." After Lattimore says he had a gun in his possession, the officer ran through a series of questions, asking him where the gun was, if he had a concealed carry permit, what type of gun it was and if it was loaded. Lattimore responded by saying he did have a CCW permit and that the loaded Smith and Wesson was in his waistband. “You’re going to shoot your d--- off," the officer responded. "Get yourself a holster, bro.” Later in the video, another officer shares a similar sentiment to Lattimore by saying that he's going to "blow your you-know-what off." The multiple police officers on the scene found out midway through the videos that Lattimore played for the Saints, with one policeman reacting by saying, "Jesus f---king Christ." The main officer who had been dealing with Lattimore walked back up to him after that. "The amount of stuff you got going for you, bro," the policeman said. "How old are you?" Lattimore responded by saying he was 24. "It's not like you're a f---king chump out there, bro," the officer said. "I know," Lattimore said. "I'm not. You feel me? I'm just back home." The cop responded, "I get it. You're back home, I understand that. But being back home with people who aren't carrying firearms the proper way makes you look, how?" Lattimore replied, "Right." The cop added, "You know what I'm saying?" Lattimore replied, "Right." A lengthy portion of the two videos pertain to how police officers were going over the timeline of how Lattimore informed them of the gun in his pants. “I walked up there and I could see he was visibly nervous," one police officer said to another in one of the videos regarding Lattimore. "He wasn’t like talking. He was scared. I said, ‘Hey, is there anything in this vehicle we need to know about. Anything at all.' And he doesn’t really say anything, and I’m like, 'Listen man, if you’ve got a gun, it’s not a big deal, just tell us, that way we know, you’re not gonna get beat up or nothing like that, just tell us if you have a gun. He said, ‘Yes I have a gun.” When the officer writing the report asked, "Would you classify that as a failure to notify," the other policeman said, "Technically by the book I would say yes." Lattimore was arrested and booked on a count of failure to notify, but he was not formally charged with that offense. The handgun reportedly in Lattimore's possession came back as stolen, which was only briefly discussed in one of the body camera videos. Lattimore has been charged in connection with that, which is a fourth-degree felony in the state of Ohio.
  9. He signed... seems like Loomis did his thang again...
  10. We're signing a DE out of KC... I don't know much about him... Saints to sign former Chiefs defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon: source BY LUKE JOHNSON After losing several key players in free agency, the New Orleans Saints are closing in on their first move toward replenishing their defensive line depth, finalizing a two-year deal with free agent defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon, a league source confirmed. The NFL Network was the first to report the two sides were nearing an agreement. The Kansas City Chiefs selected Kpassagnon in the second round of the 2017 draft. The 6-foot-7, 289-pound Kpassagnon appeared in 61 games in his four seasons with the Chiefs, recording 75 tackles and seven sacks in his career. His best season as a pass-rusher came in 2019, when he recorded four sacks in the regular season and two more during the Chiefs' Super Bowl run while playing 62 % of the defensive snaps. The Saints lost three key members of their defensive line rotation from 2020. Defensive end Trey Hendrickson (Bengals) and defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins (Jets) both signed with new clubs this offseason after their rookie contracts expired, and the Saints traded defensive tackle Malcom Brown to the Jaguars for a conditional seventh round pick.
  11. I'm looking at you, Slidell Saint... #NeverForget #WhoDat #ShouldBeANationalHoliday...
  12. Welp... Saints CB Marshon Lattimore charged with fourth-degree felony after arrest BY AMIE JUST New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore was charged Friday with receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony in the state of Ohio, several hours after he was arrested in Cleveland, according to court records. Lattimore, 24, was levied with a felony charge in this case because the stolen property he is alleged to have been in possession of is a firearm. Lattimore, a Cleveland native with no prior criminal record, was arrested by Cleveland’s gang investigators about 10:30 p.m. Thursday along with three other men after the car they were in was pulled over for “multiple traffic violations," including a tail lights violation, Cleveland police said in a statement. The officers reported seeing a “loaded Glock-19 handgun” in the car, and upon searching the vehicle further, police said that Lattimore had a different loaded handgun on him. The gun purportedly in Lattimore’s possession had been reported stolen from Euclid, Ohio, a suburb northeast of Cleveland, police said. Lattimore's attorney, Marcus Sidoti, released a statement before Lattimore was charged, saying, "We believe that this was a misunderstanding and that this will become even clearer as new information becomes available and is shared with the authorities." The Saints had no immediate comment on the matter. Lattimore’s bond was set at $5,000 during a court hearing held on Friday afternoon. He can be released from the Cuyahoga County Jail after he posts 10% of the bond amount. Per court records, Lattimore waived the preliminary hearing, meaning that the case will move to a grand jury. Court records do not indicate when Lattimore's next hearing will be.
  13. Saints CB Marshon Lattimore's arrest in Cleveland 'was a misunderstanding,' attorney says BY AMIE JUST New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore's arrest in connection to a stolen handgun in Cleveland was a misunderstanding, according to Lattimore's attorney. Marcus Sidoti, a Cleveland-based criminal defense attorney, said in a statement provided to The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate that Lattimore was arrested without incident, has not been charged and is fully cooperating with police regarding the matters. "We believe that this was a misunderstanding and that this will become even clearer as new information becomes available and is shared with the authorities," Sidoti said. Lattimore, 24, was arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property and for failure to notify officers about having a weapon in his possession, according to Cleveland police. Lattimore, a Cleveland native, was arrested by Cleveland’s gang investigators around 10:30 p.m. along with three other men after the car they were in was pulled over for “multiple traffic violations," including a tail lights violation, Cleveland police said in a statement. After officers saw a "loaded Glock-19 handgun" in the car, they searched the vehicle further, the statement said. Upon further inspection, officers reported they found that Lattimore had another loaded handgun in his possession. The gun allegedly in Lattimore’s possession had been reported stolen from Euclid, Ohio, a suburb northeast of Cleveland, according to police. The three other men were arrested on suspicion of other violations. Two of those men, Kenyon Moon and Maurice Walton were arrested on suspicion of having weapons under disability, which means they were alleged to have had weapons while having a felony record. The other man, Carl Willis, was arrested on suspicion of improperly handling a gun in a car and was issued a citation for driving without working tail lights. None of the men have been formally charged as of 3 p.m. CT Friday.