The NFL has set up an NFL Career Development symposium at Wharton for May 6-8, partly in response to lack of minority hires in the winter.
The NFL has set up an NFL Career Development symposium at Wharton for May 6-8, partly in response to lack of minority hires in the winter.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 17, 2013
... Sixty-four assistant coaches and front-office types -- two per club -- will attend in league's attempt to prep head coach/GM candidates.
... Sixty-four assistant coaches and front-office types -- two per club -- will attend in league's attempt to prep head coach/GM candidates.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) April 17, 2013
supernatural events that took place in fulfillment of specific prophecies,& they claim to be divine rather than human in origin."-V Baucham
supernatural events that took place in fulfillment of specific prophecies,& they claim to be divine rather than human in origin."-V Baucham— Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) April 17, 2013
Come on already. Someone leak the schedule. At least opening weekend.
Come on already. Someone leak the schedule. At least opening weekend.— Ten Tweet Rebuttal (@angrywhodat) April 17, 2013
Staring at the insides of my eyelids. Night all!
Staring at the insides of my eyelids. Night all!— Lance Moore (@LanceMoore16) April 17, 2013
Zzzzzz......— Lance Moore (@LanceMoore16) April 17, 2013
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
Report: Former LSU OT Chris Faulk visits with Saints | wwltv.com New Orleans
The Saints brought in a familiar face Tuesday for a pre-draft visit, according to a report.
Top 13 games of 2013: Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning in the mix - NFL.com
6) New Orleans Saints at Seattle Seahawks
New Orleans Saints: Mock draft prep - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
or those of you that read this blog regularly, you know I see LSU defensive end/linebacker Barkevious Mingo and Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones as the two most logical draft possibilities for the New Orleans Saints at No. 15.
2013 NFL Draft: What the Saints may be thinking in round one
If Barkevious Mingo is there at the 15th pick overall, I think the New Orleans Saints would probably take him. I know the front office thinks he is a good character person and would fit in their 3-4 defensive scheme as a rush linebacker.
Morstead headlines PurpleStride 5K run to battle pancreatic cancer
New Orleans, La. – The New Orleans affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network will host its inaugural PurpleStride New Orleans on Sunday, May 19 at City Park in New Orleans, LA. Participants have the chance to take part in a 5K timed run and a 1-mile family-friendly walk to raise funds and awareness about pancreatic cancer.
Beneath the Valley of Mock Draft - Who Dat Social Club
Draft fever: highly infectious. Characterized by impaired cognition, and restlessness that at times approaches frenzy. Also extreme thirst, but I have that covered.
New Orleans Saints 2013 Preseason Dates and Times Announced
New Orleans Saints road game against the Houston Texans on Sunday, Aug. 25 (3:00 p.m.) will be nationally-televised on FOX
New Orleans Saints question of the day: If Chris Ivory returns, how should they split the carries? | NOLA.com
Ivory has received interest from New York Jets as a restricted free agent
Other NFL News
Browns owner: Family company under criminal probe - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
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Report: Joe Montana's son to work out for San Francisco 49ers - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
A person with knowledge of the workout says the son of Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana is set to participate in the San Francisco 49ers local pro day Wednesday. Report: Joe Montanas son to work out for San Francisco 49ers
Davin Joseph believes in Josh Freeman | ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers' coaching staff may not believe in quarterback Josh Freeman, but Pro Bowl guard Davin Joseph does. On Tuesday, Joseph called Freeman "the right quarterback" to take the team "to the next level.
NFL hopeful Brandon O’Brien re-enlists in Marines following Boston attacks | ProFootballTalk
In a move reminiscent of Pat Tillman's decision to enlist in the military following the attacks of 9/11 over a decade ago, a NFL hopeful is heading back to the Marines following the attacks at the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Champ Bailey sees no reason he should move to safety | ProFootballTalk
As is often the case with aging cornerbacks, Denver's Champ Bailey has heard the questions about moving to safety. But he doesn't see any reason he should.
Two days left to sign restricted free agents to offer sheets | ProFootballTalk
Any team interested in signing a restricted free agent to an offer sheet has only two days left to act. Don't hold your breath. Or any other bodily function. Teams simply don't do it.
Thank you, Pat Summerall. You will be missed.
NFL's golden voice gone: Pat Summerall dead at 82 | NOLA.com
John Madden's longtime broadcasting partner was part of network television broadcasts for 16 Super Bowls.
Madden recalls Summerall as a "card-carrying good guy" | ProFootballTalk
Legendary broadcaster Pat Summerall died Tuesday at the age of 82. His long-time broadcast partner, John Madden, shared his reaction with Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times. Madden called Summerall a "card-carrying good guy.