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Locked out Saints get together for workouts - New Orleans Saints - SunHerald.com
Close to 40 Saints players have gotten together to work out at practice fields and weight rooms at Tulane.
Drew Brees says workouts put Saints "way ahead of other teams" | ProFootballTalk
We noted this morning that the Saints, led by Drew Brees, are getting together for the first time today for a series of organized workouts. After this morning's session, which 37 players attended, Brees said he thinks the Saints are going to be ahead of the rest of the league when the lockout ends.
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A group of more than 35 players affiliated with the Saints worked out together at Tulane University’s practice football field Tuesday morning, one of the first unofficial workouts since the lockout began in early March.
Nearly 40 New Orleans Saints players band together for organized workout | NOLA.com
Quarterback Drew Brees, veteran leaders plan to work out into June, if necessary
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"I saw his tweet, just like you did," Brees said Tuesday. "I think that's just frustration a little bit, just because, they draft a guy at your position, but I think the message that was sent to him was, 'By no means look at that as the fact that you're getting shown the door, that we don't want you or anything like that.'
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The Saints are getting together for some workouts at Tulane University. As you might have guessed, quarterback Drew Brees is running the show. Josh Freeman's been leading a similar effort for the Bucs.
Unfazed by lockout, Drew Brees is gathering New Orleans Saints to work out at Tulane as a team | NOLA.com
"This is for us," Stinchcomb said. "It's not for show, it's not for looking good for the fans or management. "We want to make progress. We want to motivate each other. The guys can really push each other."
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