Saints News 6/28/13: Drew Brees: Saints "Will Recreate Our Identity"

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Brees did a video interview on NFL Network this morning and looked somewhat annoyed with all of the irrelevant questions he was asked. The first question asked for his take on the Aaron Hernandez arrest and Brees skillfully deflected it by saying he can't comment on an on-going investigation.

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Saints Stuff

VIDEO: Drew Brees on NFL AM
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees joins "NFL AM" to discuss "The Top 100 Players of 2013," and what to expect from the Saints in their first "normal" offseason since 2009.

Drew Brees: New Orleans Saints "Will Re-Create Our Identity"

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees talks with NFL Network's "NFL AM" about his offseason

Drew Brees: Saints will "re-create our identity" this season | ProFootballTalk
Last year was a mess for the New Orleans Saints, with the bounty scandal costing them their coach and serving as a distraction throughout the season, and a team that had made the playoffs three straight years slipped to 7-9. This year, Saints quarterback Drew Brees says, things will be different.

Ranking the New Orleans Saints' players: No. 16, Malcolm Jenkins | NOLA.com
Jenkins has shown flashes of brilliance

Most compelling games on the New Orleans Saints' schedule: No. 16, vs. Arizona Cardinals | NOLA.com
Cardinals won't be much of a challenge

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Other NFL News

Laces Out – NFL on FOX Blog
MAIL-IT-IN FRIDAY: NO SYMPATHY FOR AARON HERNANDEZ

Geraldo, Limbaugh use Hernandez case to rip NFL’s "gang culture" | ProFootballTalk
Geraldo Rivera and Rush Limbaugh are using the Aaron Hernandez case to tell their audiences that the NFL is contributing to a decaying American culture. Rivera appeared on FOX News and said that the NFL and player agents should do more to keep players like Hernandez out of trouble.

Families of alleged Hernandez victims should get their lawsuits filed, quickly | ProFootballTalk
For the victims of crime, justice comes in two ways -- taking away the perpetrator's liberty via the criminal justice system, and taking away their money via the civil justice system.

NFL security chief: Criticizing Patriots is 20/20 hindsight | ProFootballTalk
The Patriots have taken some criticism in the last couple weeks, as stories about Aaron Hernandez's checkered past have led to questions about why New England drafted him, and why the team gave him a $40 million contract extension last year.

Ernest Wallace, connected to Odin Lloyd killing, has been arrested | ProFootballTalk
Aaron Hernandez is being held in jail without bail, Carlos Ortiz is on his way back to Massachusetts after being arrested in Connecticut and now police have arrested the third identified suspect in the murder of Odin Lloyd.

Lawyer for man suing Hernandez: Client left to die | ProFootballTalk
The mountain of trouble for Aaron Hernandez only continues to grow. The lawyer for the man who is suing Hernandez for shooting him in the face said Friday that he thinks Hernandez left Alexander Bradley bleeding and alone in an industrial park for a reason.

Pats offering free exchanges on Hernandez jerseys | ProFootballTalk
Not only are the Patriots no longer selling Aaron Hernandez jerseys. They’re offering to take yours back if you bought one before he was arrested for murder.

NFL’s criminal cases shift focus to vetting process | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
Two felony charges in one day were more than a bump in the NFL’s offseason. They pointed to an ongoing problem for the league: players who …

Wes Welker: Peyton Manning 'everything you thought' - NFL.com
The Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning are doing everything possible to maximize Wes Welker's impact this season. That includes taking a look at how the Patriots used the wide receiver.

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The Onion

Tim Tebow’s Former Teammate Charged With Murder | The Onion - America's Finest News Source
Adding yet another wrinkle to the football player and media sensation’s eventful offseason, authorities confirmed today that a former teammate of New England Patriots quarterback Tim Tebow has been arrested and charged with murder.

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