@JedCollins45Ok who asked for the rain? Glad we didn't have practice outside today.
@LanceMoore16Hope everyone is having a great day. Gotta get these errands in. I'll check up later. Be cool
@j_bushrod7475Another good day of work!! Getting better
@JohnnyPatrick32Another great time..... I need a massage lol
@MartezWilson95Thot 4 2day: 2 things tht determine success in life: The way U manage when U have nothing; and The way you manage when you have everything.
@LanceMoore16That workout this morning was a banger! Love that feeling.
@AdamSchefterSuspended New Orleans coach Sean Payton can't have contact with anyone on the Saints or in the NFL during his suspension.
Misbehaving NFL fans may get detention at online school
If you're ejected from a stadium this season, you might have to complete a four-hour class on proper conduct to get back inside for future games.
Russell Wilson wants NFL teams to view him like Drew Brees | ProFootballTalk
Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson has a standard comeback for those who think he's too short for the NFL: Is Drew Brees too short? Wilson, who measures in at 5 feet, 10 and 5/8 inches, knows that plenty of people question whether a quarterback that short can make it in pro football.
Podcast: Mortensen on Payton suspension - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Mortensen says that if Payton tries to cut corners on this suspension and gets caught, he won't be coaching in the league for a long time. Mortensen says that it is such an extreme punishment, there must be something else here that is bothering commissioner Roger Goodell about Payton and the Saints.
Penn State Guard DeOn'tae Pannell visits the New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints hosted a visit with Penn State guard DeOn'tae Pannell.
New Orleans Saints have nothing but a normal day - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
"There is nothing new or unique about what Gregg Williams said," the lawsuit said. "Although the NFL has now punished Williams and the Saints, for almost its entire history the NFL glorified violent hits," said the complaint. "It encouraged its players to think of themselves as gladiators. But, along the way, the NFL failed to educate its players about the consequences of such a win-at-all costs mentality."
Disgraced coach helps with storm clean up in Wichita - KSN TV, Kansas News and Weather
Suspended indefinitely from the NFL for running a bounty program encouraging his players to injure other players, Gregg Williams helped at least one couple clear debris from their home after the storm
Saints re-sign WR Courtney Roby - New Orleans Saints - SunHerald.com
The New Orleans Saints have re-signed wide receiver Courtney Roby to a one-year contract.
NFL.com reports Harper, Smith, Vilma coud face severe punishment in bounty program - New Orleans Saints - SunHerald.com
A story on NFL.com is reporting that safety Roman Harper and defensive end Will Smith could be facing punishment in the Saints bounty program scandal.
New Orleans Saints CB Jabari Greer on the first day back - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
While Greer did not address the bounty scandal and its fallout directly Monday, Brees, according to the NFL Network, stepped up his pressure against the league, which has thus far closely guarded its evidentiary hand. Commissioner Roger Goodell is under no obligation to release the documentary clues undergirding the league's explosive report, which the NFL says amounts to some 18,000 pages and which has been corroborated by multiple, independent sources.
Winning would be the Saints' best revenge: A letter to the editor | NOLA.com
To the Saints fans and players: Don't get mad, get even. Have a winning season, take it to the Super Bowl in 2013. That should let Mr. Goodell know who he's messing with. Juliette Coig Metairie
NFL.com news: Roman Harper, Will Smith could be punished in 'bounty' case
While much of the attention regarding pending player discipline for the New Orleans Saints' "bounty" program has focused on linebacker Jonathan Vilma, safety Roman Harper and defensive end Will Smith also featured prominently in the NFL's investigation, sources with knowledge of the situation said Monday.
New Orleans Saints' Sean Payton barred from all league contact, source says - ESPN
"We didn't get any meaningful evidence, or any meaningful truth or facts," Brees told NFL.com after the meetings.