Grandmaster Wang Four half-pound, inch+ thick pork chops currently chilling in the fridge soaking up some Hollywood sauce. What could possibly go wrong?
@drewbrees TIED?!?! Better turn it on. 2nd place is the first loser
Albert Breer Falcons have officially turned down HBO for Hard Knocks. Orginizational call made by Blank, Dimitroff and Smith. Wanted focus on football.
Greg Romeus Where's everyone watching the fight tonight??
If everyone was like you the world would be a better place....
Sweet Loo's Wheelin' and Dealin'
Saints reportedly restructure LB Vilma's contract | nfl.com
Marc Sessier - Vilma has restructured his contract with the team, a league source told Larry Holder of CBSSports.com on Friday. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.
New Orleans Saints extend, restructure contract for cornerback Jabari Greer | NOLA.com
James Varney - Move creates salary cap space.
Jabari Greer agrees to 3-year contract extension | wwltv.com
Sources tell Eyewitness Sports that cornerback Jabari Greer has agreed with the Saints on a three-year contract extension worth $23 million.
Saints Ink Jabari Greer To Three-Year Extension | sportsnola.com
The New Orleans Saints have signed cornerback Jabari Greer to a three-year extension through 2015.
Greer deal gives Saints needed cap room - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Pat Y. - The New Orleans Saints reportedly have reached an agreement on a three-year contract extension with cornerback Jabari Greer.
The case against Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin, and the rest of this year's top NFL draft prospects - Grantland
Chuck Klosterman - The short version: Pass on all of them. (HansDat Note - Fair warning of the satiric nature of this piece.)
Film of the NFC South chat - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Pat Y. - Let’s take a look at the highlights of Friday’s NFC South chat.
No knock, but Falcons want focus on field - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Pat Y. - As we told you a little bit ago, a league source said the Atlanta Falcons have declined an opportunity to be the featured team on HBO’s "Hard Knocks" this summer.
Pash: Union protective of Saints | The Advocate
Barry Wilner (AP) - The NFL believes the players’ union is more intent on protecting the New Orleans Saints involved in the team’s bounty scandal than supporting its members who could have been hurt by the pay-for-pain plan.
New Orleans Saints bounty scandal puts NFL, NFLPA at odds | NOLA.com
James Varney - Union wants to review evidence against players.