@drewbreesJust enjoyed a lunch with Billie Jean King in DC between PCFSN meetings. Quote of the Day from her: Failure is not failure, its feedback.
@MalcolmJenkinshahaha... i thought this story was kinda funny... messed up... but funny!!
@RavensHarbaugh: "I totally believe that the Patriot and Saint coaches and players earned those championships. Bill and Sean both know that."
@LanceMoore16Welp.....Looks like its Tampa for the wknd. Should be a good one!!!
@JohnnyPatrick32Time to get better today....another day in the lab
Toon to wear Dad’s No. 88 for Saints
“Obviously, Drew Brees is a great quarterback for a receiver,” Al Toon said. “To go to an offensive system like that is probably a dream come true. There’s a lot of supporting cast there offensively. He’s excited to get down there.”
John Harbaugh: Saints' title not tainted - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
"My reference was to the perception out there that came as the result of the league’s actions. I could have been more clear that I was referring to those viewpoints. I totally believe that the Patriot and Saint coaches and players earned those championships. Bill (Belichick) and Sean (Payton) both know that. There has been some distortion about what I said.
moosedenied " Blog Archive " The Regina Dialogue
You hear the draft referred to as a "crap shoot" about a thousand times every year leading up to the draft. Then once draft weekend rolls around, all of a sudden it's supposed to be some kind of f***ing exact science.
NFL investigator of Saints bounties resigns | wwltv.com New Orleans
One of the men charged with investigating the Saints bounty scandal has tendered his resignation to accept a senior security position at a large company.
EOSB: Projecting Saints starters this fall | wwltv.com New Orleans
ESPN.com NFC South beat writer and friend of the ours Pat Yasinskas is thinking a bit outside the box today, going for fun and frivolity while trying to escape the unending task of sitting and waiting for the NFL to make up its mind on penalties.
League says Hummel’s departure has "no bearing" on Saints investigation | ProFootballTalk
Earlier in the day, we reported that NFL director of investigations Joe Hummel submitted a letter of resignation on Friday, the second day of the 2012 draft. We characterized Hummel as the person leading the ongoing investigation regarding the Saints' bounty system.
Around the NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said last week that the investigation was in its final stages and I understand if the league didn’t want to make an announcement that would overshadow all the good publicity that comes with its college draft. But the draft is over. It’s time to let the Saints -- and potentially other teams -- know if they need to prepare to play without suspended players this season.
New Orleans Saints players deserve to know their fate now - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Every week it seems we hear the punishment is coming down
ESPN report on Saints general manager Mickey Loomis seems like gossip: A letter to the editor | NOLA.com
You have to look at the motive behind it. Lee Anne Schreiber, a former ESPN ombudswoman, once said that the industry is ratings driven. The ombudswoman's job is not to make excuses for her employer's actions. It demonstrates what ESPN sees as important.
New Orleans Saints former player Steve Gleason Inspires Street Art | NOLA.com
Put on your best face for Steve Gleason.