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Jim Henderson to hang up the TV microphone Tuesday | wwltv.com New Orleans
Capping a nearly 34-year career as Louisiana's preeminent sportscaster and a local broadcasting icon, sports director Jim Henderson will deliver his final sportscasts Tuesday.
Opinion: Henderson simply the best | wwltv.com New Orleans
Jim could poke fun, be deadly serious or have the exuberance of a young boy watching his first pro football game and he related all those feelings with an eloquence few could match.
NFL, Who Dat, Inc. to drop lawsuits, work together | wwltv.com New Orleans
The NFL and a local family have agreed to drop all lawsuits against one another over the use of "Who Dat," and to work together on merchandise featuring the phrase.
Saints: First look at free agency - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Once the accounting is done on Brees, Nicks and Colston, the Saints will have to make some tough financial decisions. Porter and Meachem are important role players. But they could have market value elsewhere. The Saints might not be able to afford to keep them. That would hurt, but it might not be disastrous because the Saints have good depth at receiver and cornerback.
Former Kansas City Chiefs President Carl Peterson to receive Pete Rozelle Award - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
TD Club of New Orleans announces its award recipients
Super Bowl media day, live coverage | NOLA.com
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Jim Henderson concludes three-decade run at WWL-TV Tuesday night | NOLA.com
Longtime sportscaster will anchor his last TV sportscast at 10 p.m.
Jim Henderson reflects on sports figures he covered, and colleagues he worked with | NOLA.com
The retiring sportscaster shares his parting impressions of Manning, Maravich, Ali, Brees, Buddy D. and more
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Who Dat nation triumphs as NFL settles trademark lawsuit | NOLA.com
But 4 local companies still could face court action