Saints News 4/24/13: Drew Brees Thinks Chris Ivory Trade To Jets Has Already Happened

Chris Graythen

In a video interview with, Drew says he's heard a Chris Ivory trade to the Jets has already happened but then immediately says he's "not entirely sure" about that. Larry Holder says he has checked with another source and confirmed that the trade has not yet happened. So, let the reckless speculation begin - is Drew just a little mistaken about the facts or is a Chris Ivory to the Jets trade more imminent than we thought? See video at bottom of page.



Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?

Brees compliments Loomis efforts with salary cap management as draft nears
"I think Mickey has done a good job of planning for the future,'' Brees said. "It's not just how can we get under the cap now. It's how does restructuring these deals affect us next year and the year after and the year after. You have to anticipate three, four, five years out. "And I think Mickey has done a good job of that.''

Loomis gives indicators of wants, leanings for Saints draft
"We have had discussions with several other teams as well," said Loomis. "There is no deal imminent."

With cap space limited, Saints’ Loomis didn’t think they’d be active in ‘13 | New Orleans
The Saints’ salary cap woes nearly kept the team on the sideline this year during the free agency carousel.

Trading Ivory could hinge on Saints salary cap situation | New Orleans

It’s now safe to say that speculation on Chris Ivory’s future status with the New Orleans Saints was spot on.

Saints willing to move in both directions in draft | New Orleans

With no second round pick in this week’s NFL Draft, it’s possible that one of the safest moves for the New Orleans Saints would be to move down and grab a few more selections.

New Orleans Saints keeping their options open entering the 2013 NFL draft |
Saints have the 15th overall pick in Thursday's NFL draft

Chris Ivory isn't close to leaving New Orleans Saints -
New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis told reporters Tuesday he's spoken to the New York Jets and other NFL teams about running back Chris Ivory's future.

Saints GM Mickey Loomis tight-lipped as draft nears | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
METAIRIE — With just more than 48 hours until the NFL draft, New Orleans Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis walked through a set of doubl…

Saints Nation's Podcast: Draft Preview Extravaganza | April | 2013 Articles

With NFL Draft looming, Saints dealing with mediocrity throughout roster -- Gerry V podcast |
Where do the Saints need upgrades?


Other NFL News

Report: Ravens consider trading up for Lane Johnson | ProFootballTalk
In a draft when most Top 10 teams are reportedly trying to trade down, it makes sense for a team like the Ravens to consider trading up. Still, a move from No. 32 into the territory where they could draft Johnson seems like a long shot.

Haslam, Goodell meet regarding Pilot Flying J probe | ProFootballTalk
"Jimmy is doing everything he’s asked," Goodell said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "He’s cooperating. He wants to make sure that he is doing all of the right things in that regard and he has assured us that he is going to [do all of the right things]."

Nine draft pick presenters also part of concussion lawsuit | ProFootballTalk
Nine of the former players who will welcome picks to the NFL Friday night are also saying the league has done them irreparable harm. According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.

When it comes to leaking draft picks, networks should give audience what it wants | ProFootballTalk
With the draft approaching, the now-annual debate has emerged regarding whether the networks that broadcast the proceedings -- ESPN and NFL Network -- should avoid tipping picks.

Bucs may trade back into first round | ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers have already spent their first-round draft pick on cornerback Darrelle Revis. But that doesn't mean they're taking Thursday night off. In fact, Buccaneers General Manager Mark Dominik says he has looked at scenarios in which the Bucs will trade back into the first round of the draf...

Harrison contract shows what a beating he took | ProFootballTalk
As it pertains to new Bengals linebacker James Harrison, we now have a dollar figure to attach to pride. And his was costly. According to Howard Balzer of the Sports Xchange, Harrison’s new two-year deal with the Bengals is worth $4.45 million, including a $1.2 million signing bonus.

Charlotte leaders in February believed Panthers were looking into 2013 sale |
As Charlotte City Council debated in February whether to give the Carolina Panthers money for stadium renovations, the city attorney believed the team might be sold and moved if members turned the team down.


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