Donte' Stallworth got cleared for all football activities relating to his injuries from the hot air balloon incident. Should have market.
Donte' Stallworth got cleared for all football activities relating to his injuries from the hot air balloon incident. Should have market.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) May 17, 2013
Thinking about going to Destin today to Jet Ski. Who's down for the cause?
Thinking about going to Destin today to Jet Ski. Who's down for the cause?— Corey White (@CoreyWhiteJr3) May 17, 2013
Who dat talkin' 'bout dem Saints?
Sean Payton brought back high-intensity attitude and high-intensity workouts to New Orleans Saints | NOLA.com
The high-intensity CrossFit workouts that helped Payton get into the best physical shape of his life have inspired a new approach to the Saints' offseason workout program.
Sean Payton’s return energizing the Saints | ProFootballTalk
Last year was anything but normal for the Saints. The bounty investigation dominated their offseason and suspensions to coach Sean Payton, assistant head coach Joe Vitt and General Manager Mickey Loomis robbed the team of big parts of their brain trust for big parts of the season.
Wait, What? - Who Dat Social Club
This just in from Nakia Hogan over at Nola.com: outside rush linebacker Martez Wilson, the Saints’ own version of Barkevious Mingo, "is being used as the strong side outside linebacker…"
Saints Jabari Greer and Zach Strief discuss the season, Sean Payton hits paydirt, and more on 'Black and Gold Today' | NOLA.com
There's a new sense of urgency around the Saints and the players can feel it.
New Orleans Saints OLB Martez Wilson may have found a home in new 3-4 defense | NOLA.com
Wilson will be competing with Victor Butler for the strongside OLB spot.
Saints sign defensive tackle Isaako Aaitui | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
METAIRIE — The New Orleans Saints signed defensive tackle Isaako Aaitui to a two-year deal Thursday. The 6-foot-4, 315-pound Aaitui is ente…
Lions offense reminds Reggie Bush of the Saints | ProFootballTalk
"As far as from an offensive perspective it’s a lot like what we did in New Orleans," Bush said. "It’s a lot of spread-open passing. Obviously we can attack downfield, and with the running game, a lot of screens, draws and stuff like that. Basically what I did in New Orleans, so running this offensive system has been pretty easy for me."
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Even before Goodson arrest, Ivory wanted bigger role | ProFootballTalk
New Jets running back Chris Ivory was happy to get out of New Orleans, if only for the opportunity. Thanks to the events of today, that opportunity might be even bigger.
NFL Rookies Aren't Being Brash With Their Cash
Remember that somber report in Sports Illustrated from 2009? The one that said 78 percent of NFL players are broke within two years of retiring? It’s a depressing number that spoke to the irresponsible spending prevalent among athletes.
Chad Johnson wanted by police after warrant issued for arrest - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson in South Florida. Chad Johnson wanted by police after warrant issued for arrest
Report: Rob Gronkowski dealing with a back problem too | ProFootballTalk
It looks like Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will have a fourth surgery on his forearm next week, but that may not be the end of his trips to the operating room. And we're not talking about the possibility that he'll need another surgery to deal with a lingering infection in his arm.
Agent: Charles Woodson planning to visit Raiders - Inside Bay Area
Free agent Charles Woodsons agent reportedly has told ESPN that Woodson will visit the Oakland Raiders
New Orleans Saints Offseason Opposition Analysis: Carolina - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Next up on our opposition analysis is the Carolina Panthers. The Panthers have added great players through the draft but were handicapped in free agency because of deals from previous GM Marty Hurney. The Panthers were by no means incapacitated this offseason but their improvements seem to have paled in comparison to the other teams in the NFC South.
Former lawyer says O.J. Simpson knew about guns - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
The lawyer who defended O.J. Simpson on armed robbery charges delivered a potentially heavy blow to the former football star's bid for a new trial Friday, testifying that Simpson knew his buddies had guns on them when he went to a hotel room to reclaim some sports memorabilia.
Arthur Ashe Charter School Gets a Visit From the Rotolo’s Literacy Program
"I enjoy coming out and talking to kids, and I enjoy seeing the kids’ reactions," said Jordan. "I love giving back to the community."
Former Saints long snapper coughs up cash for coach | ProFootballTalk
Last year's Saints bounty scandal nearly made everyone forget about the team's 2010 Vicodin scandal. And it definitely made everyone forget about a scandal from 2009 regarding movie tax credits that didn't exist.
New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton settles tax credit lawsuit | NOLA.com
Former Saint Kevin Houser sold Payton nonexistent state movie tax credits from a defunct film studio.
Agent for deceased New Orleans Saint Frank Warren charged with fraud | NOLA.com
Frank Warren's agent has been accused of stealing more than $500,000 from a trust fund established to provide for his wife and children.