New Orleans Saints players to begin organized workouts Tuesday | NOLA.com
Players flying into town to join quarterback Drew Brees
The Browns can’t keep their Jordans straight | ProFootballTalk
Apparently, we weren't the only ones that got a little confused by the presence of Cal's Cameron Jordan and USC's Jordan Cameron in the 2011 draft. Cameron Jordan, the Saints' first round pick, was visiting his new team's facility on Sunday when he got a phone call, according to SI.
More on Reggie Bush's future with Saints - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Why is Pat linking to Jason Cole's article? The guy is very vague with his "information." Come on, Pat!
Saints: RB Ingram Early Favorite For Offensive Rookie Of The Year " Who Dat Dish | A New Orleans Saints Blog
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram favorite for offensive rookie of the year in 2011
Call It: NFC South's best draft? - NFC South Blog - ESPN
It seems like every draft guru in the world is giving out draft grades or at least declaring winners and losers. But I think it would be fun to hear
After making Mark Ingram cry, Suzy Kolber takes some criticism | ProFootballTalk
"You don’t spring this sort of letter upon a 21-year-old kid on national TV," Pearlman wrote. "It might make for great viewing, but it’s dishonest, dishonorable and wrong. This is the life he’s been handed—a father behind bars; trying to overcome that and somehow get past it. He should be celebrated. Not exploited."
Undrafted free agents have to wait - NFC South Blog - ESPN
The Monday after the NFL draft usually is a day in which teams spend signing dozens of undrafted free agents. It’s not going to happen on schedu
AROUND THE LEAGUE:
The same judges will handle the motion for a stay | ProFootballTalk
While hunting-and-pecking our recent item regarding the possibility that the lockout, which returned on Friday, could once again be lifted, I paused to send an e-mail to Michael Gans, Clerk of the U.S.
NFL files brief, uses players’ words on lockout against them | ProFootballTalk
Still feeling that "back to football" buzz after draft weekend? The NFL is ready to kill it. The labor legal war rolled on Monday morning, when the league filed a brief to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, making their case for a more permanent "stay" of the injunction lifting the lockout.
Dave Duerson had brain damage | ProFootballTalk
Before Dave Duerson shot himself in the chest, he left a note asking that his brain be studied for clues to whether brain damage suffered during his NFL career had contributed to his depression, headaches and other health problems.
History doesn't favor Newton/Rivera - NFC South Blog - ESPN
I’m not trying to curb the enthusiasm in the Carolinas after the Panthers used the No. 1 overall pick in the draft on quarterback Cam Newton.