Saints News June 8, 2013: Marques Colston Moonlights As Pro Football Owner

Who's your daddy? Colston is. - USA TODAY Sports

Did you know that receiver Marques Colston is a minority owner of a pro football franchise? Neither did I, until today!! We've also got some national beat guys' minicamp recaps of the week. Dig in, boys and girls. Caution, lead tweets for the day are some seriously SSP for me and Ralph.


and just one example, ok...?

Saints Stuff

Saints receiver Marques Colston juggles NFL, indoor franchise | The Advocate
Gary Estwick - Marques Colston is a Saints receiver known for his long frame, sure hands and black visor, a vital component of the NFL’s top-ranked passing offense from last season.

Mark Ingram New Orleans Saints' No. 3 back in practice |
Gregg Rosenthal - Mark Ingram has not been a great fit in the New Orleans Saints' offense since the team picked him in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft. Includes "All Access" minicamp video.

Video: Return of the Saint |
Jeff Darlington has the latest on New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and how his return has re-invigorated the team.

Saints having a normal offseason for the first time in four years | ProFootballTalk
MF - Although every team is 0-0 and history says half of the teams that made it to the postseason in 2012 are susceptible to being left out of this year's playoff field, it's hard to ignore what teams did last year when trying to determine what they'll do this year.

New Orleans Saints Running Back Trio Could be Best in NFL | Who Dat Dish
Chris Roling - When mentioning the New Orleans Saints’ offense it can be easy to overlook the stable of running backs on the roster in favor of quarterback Drew Brees and the high-flying passing attack.

2013 Saints Schedule Breakdown: Week 3-4 | Who Dat Dish
Federico Ferrari (this might be a pen name) - We’re back with further speculations on next season’s opponents. Let’s see who the Saints will meet in week 3 and week 4, after two divisional battles against the Falcons and the Bucs.

Film of the NFC South chat - NFC South Blog |
Pat Y. - Let’s take a look at some team-by-team highlights from Friday’s NFC South chat

Full Transcript: Chat with Pat Yasinskas - SportsNation |
On Friday, NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas will stop by to talk about the NFL.



Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees on Forbes' highest-paid list |
Chris Wesseling - Quarterbacks Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints and Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers are the highest-paid players in the NFL, according to Forbes' latest list of "The World's Highest-Paid Athletes."

'Hard Knocks' revisited: Best of NFL's summer drama |
Gregg Rosenthal - Let's crack open the NFL Films vault for a look back at some of our favorite clips from previous years of the HBO series just because we can.

Ron Rivera likes progress of Cam Newton, Panthers | The Advocate
AP - The progression of Cam Newton this spring is one reason coach Ron Rivera is budding with optimism as the Panthers continue preparation for the 2013 season.

Your Social Media Requests, Buy or Sell? |
Marijn Pessers

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