Legend Clark Shaughnessy heads inductees into Loyola Hall of Fame - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Renny Simno and his colleagues on Loyola's Hall of Fame commission were stunned earlier this year when they discovered that football innovator Clark Shaughnessy had never been inducted. "We were blown away that Shaughnessy was not in one of the inaugural Hall of Fame classes," said Simno, a development officer in Loyola's Office of Institutional Advancement. "His widespread impact...
Pro Bowlers want game to stay in Hawaii - NFL - SI.com
The game was first played at Aloha Stadium in 1980 with New Orleans Saints running back Chuck Muncie leading the NFC to a 37-27 victory. The winners earned $5,000. On Sunday, the winners earn nearly 10 times that amount.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is No. 1 most powerful athlete - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
His record passing year combined with his dedication to the community earned him the distinction
Indianapolis Colts have reportedly chosen Chuck Pagano as head coach over New Orleans Saints assistants - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Colts were also considering Saints assistants Pete Carmichael Jr. and Aaron Kromer
Caption this pic: Drew Brees gets Lei'd!!!!!
I couldn't help the title it was too easy This one is too good not to deserve a caption Brees: Thanks for that tip on Sproles you gave me last year, Gatesy. You guys got any DE's to spare!!!!!!
NFC South evening update - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Time for an evening look at Wednesday's headlines from around the NFC South. John Manasso writes about some changes that could be coming for Atlan
Notes from the 2012 Senior Bowl
The Saints had their scouts and general manager Mickey Loomis in attendance. New Orleans does not have a first round pick but should have a chance at taking a good player in the 2nd round. They should really take the highest-rated player on their board regardless of position, but all things being equal they will lean to defense.
Gleason And Fujita Are Still 'Patron Saints'
Fortunately for New Orleanians, Scott Fujita has kept his ties to the city and his home in the Warehouse District. Friends like me and dozens more are blessed to have him around. Lately, one friend of Scott's has benefited even more so in his own time of need.
What Might Have Been For Saints Now Turns To What Must Be Done
The New Orleans Saints are not in the BIG GAME because their offense, defense and special teams collectively failed to beat the gritty San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs at Candlestick Park.
10 most memorable moments of 2011 Saints season | wwltv.com New Orleans
For many reasons, the '11 Saints campaign will stand next to only the '09 Super Bowl season as the most memorable in franchise history.
And in the memorable season, there were memorable moments. Here’s our version of the 10 most memorable moments.
Greg Schiano’s deal with the Bucs is done | ProFootballTalk
There won't be any last minute change of heart this time. The Bucs have their man: Rutgers coach Greg Schiano has agreed to a five-year contract with Tampa Bay to be their next head coach, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Schiano was ultimately was the backup plan to Oregon coach Chip Kelly.
Ryan Clark: Ravens are always the bridesmaid, never the bride | ProFootballTalk
The Steelers and the Ravens are fierce rivals, but Steelers safety Ryan Clark sounded a little sympathetic about Baltimore's plight when asked to talk about the AFC Championship Game. Clark said on 93.
Football is popular | ProFootballTalk
Football is more popular than ever in a post-lockout world, according to the folks at the Harris Poll. Harris Interactive comes out with this poll every year, and this year's results indicate that pro football has broadened its lead over baseball as the country's most popular sport.