"Always give without remembering and always receive without forgetting." ~Brian Tracy"Great lesson and difficult
"Always give without remembering and always receive without forgetting." ~Brian Tracy"Great lesson and difficult— Jedidiah Collins (@JedCollins45) February 28, 2013
Is there anyone out there born on Feb 29th of the leap year? When do you celebrate your birthday?
Is there anyone out there born on Feb 29th of the leap year? When do you celebrate your birthday?— Corey White (@CoreyWhiteJr3) February 28, 2013
For those who may wish to challenge my support of VAWA, I'll keep my argument relatively simple: I have 3 daughters so STFU.
For those who may wish to challenge my support of VAWA, I'll keep my argument relatively simple: I have 3 daughters so STFU.— Scott Fujita (@scottfujita99) February 28, 2013
Specifics on Roethlisberger: $9M of his $11.6M base salary was converted to a signing bonus. So if my math is right, $5.6M in cap savings.
Specifics on Roethlisberger: $9M of his $11.6M base salary was converted to a signing bonus. So if my math is right, $5.6M in cap savings.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 28, 2013
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
Saints show restraint in restructurings | ProFootballTalk
At a time when so many in the media think that cap space easily can be conjured without consequence by dropping base salaries to the minimum and spreading the balance of a player's 2013 compensation over the life of the deal, the Saints are showing a keen awareness of the issues that can arise from ...
New Orleans Saints | Mickey Loomis Discusses Coaching Changes, Free Agency and the NFL Draft with FOX-8
New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis spoke with WVUE-TV FOX 8’s Sports Director Fred Hickman Wednesday night on the station’s 10 p.m. newscast.
Middle class disappearing in NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN
When New York Giants left tackle Will Beatty agreed to a five-year, $38.75 million contract Wednesday, the already dwindling middle class in the NFC South instantly shrank by two.
Saints may have trimmed salary cap number, but they still have more cutting to do | wwltv.com New Orleans
Seven moves. That’s nearly the number it takes to get the Saints within striking distance of the being at or under the expected 2013 NFL salary cap by the March 12 deadline.
Peter Schrager's post-NFL Combine mock draft - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
15. New Orleans Saints: Johnthan Banks, cornerback, Mississippi State
2013 NFL mock draft: Geno Smith in top 10?
15. New Orleans Saints OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia: Jones might be a medical risk, but defensive coordinator Rob Ryan would get the most from his ability.
A look at the New Orleans Saints' free-agent signings since 2006 | NOLA.com
The Saints have found studs in free agency, and yet have found duds since 2006
Saints rework contracts with Marques Colston, three others | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
The New Orleans Saints continued to work toward getting down to the projected 2013 salary cap of about $121 million on Wednesday by restruc…
List of notable 2013 salary cap figures for the New Orleans Saints | NOLA.com
Will Smith, Jonathan Vilma, Roman Harper among the Saints with high 2013 salary cap figures
Can New Orleans Saints Recover from Bounty-Gate Lost Season?
The New Orleans Saints lost head coach Sean Payton to suspension, but can Drew Brees lead them back to the playoffs?
New rule will alter free-agent negotiations
For the first time, the league this year will allow a three-day period during which agents can negotiate contracts legally before the March 12 start of free agency. The key word being legally.
Report: Salary cap is $123 million | ProFootballTalk
That’s an increase of $2.6 million from last year’s team-by-team spending limit of $120.6 million, but it’s a jump of only 1.9 percent.
Superdome commission eyes change to power system - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
Dome manager Doug Thornton says the emergency systems worked during the Super Bowl - when a problem traced to a utility company's equipment caused a partial power outage and suspension of the NFL game for 34 minutes. But he said the current backup generator system was designed to maintain generator power when the dome is being evacuated, not accommodate fans staying through a temporary outage.
WWL - AM870 | FM105.3 | News | Talk | Sports - Superdome Meets Massive Wireless Demand
Authorities at the Superdome have released a new report on the technology demand by fans at the Super Bowl. It has officials bragging about the dome's infrastructure.
10 things to know about the franchise tag | ProFootballTalk
The franchise tag is old enough to vote, and nearly old enough to drink. The tag made its annual return more than a week ago. Unlike the Great Pumpkin, the tool for restricting a player's ability to move from team to team will indeed make an appearance, in multiple NFL cities. Eventually.
NFL checks possible improper questions at combine - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
The NFL says it will look into whether questions asked of Colorado tight end Nick Kasa at the combine violated any laws or league policies banning employers from inquiring about a possible employees sexual orientation. NFL checks possible improper questions at combine
NFL Combine Tests Speed, Agility & Gayness
Up next at the combine, a Defensive Back from UCLA who runs a 4.7, has good hands and says he really, REALLY likes girls.
RFA market should be active this year, in theory | ProFootballTalk
Not long ago, NFL owners were squabbling with each other about the disparity in revenue among the high-earning and low-earning franchises. (Coincidentally or otherwise, those gripes disappeared once the most recent CBA was completed.