Saints sign CB Chris Carr. Had feeling he might return with Saints eventually when he was originally cut. No doubt replacing injured P-Rob
Saints sign CB Chris Carr. Had feeling he might return with Saints eventually when he was originally cut. No doubt replacing injured P-Rob— Saints Nation Blog (@SaintsNationBlg) September 17, 2013
Saints re-sign CB Chris Carr, agent tweets | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
Carr, who has eight years of NFL experience, spent training camp with New Orleans but was released Aug. 31. His return comes after Saints cornerback Patrick Robinson injured a leg in the 16-14 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
New Orleans Saints re-sign cornerback Chris Carr, agent says | NOLA.com
Carr, 30, signed with the Saints in mid-June and had a solid training camp in New Orleans. The Saints released Carr during their final training camp cuts.
Saints bring WR Andy Tanner back to practice squad | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
After the New Orleans Saints waived him for the 17th time recently, the team re-signed wide receiver Andy Tanner to its practice squad on T…
Who gotta believe? These Saints sure do - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
The New Orleans Saints have been far from perfect during their 2-0 start, especially on offense in Sunday's 16-14 victory at Tampa Bay.
Where the New Orleans Saints rank in key statistical categories
Week 2 stats are out
Saints defense moves up to 11th in NFL rankings | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
For one of the few times since Sean Payton took over in 2006, the Saints’ defense is almost ranked higher than their productive offense aft…
Power Rankings: No. 8 New Orleans Saints - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
The New Orleans Saints held steady at No. 8, which is fitting after they squeaked out a 16-14 victory at Tampa Bay. It was a good win -- but not exactly a pretty one. And for the second week in a row, the No. 8 ranking seems just about right for a 2-0 Saints team that is still trying to prove it is back among the upper echelon of NFL contenders.
Week Two Power Rankings | ProFootballTalk
7. Saints (2-0; No. 8): This year, the Saints already are one miracle closer to making their nickname legitimate.
Steve Gleason documentary airs tonight | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
A documentary on former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason premieres at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday on NFL Network. The NFL Films production wil…
Black and Gold Today: Curtis Lofton speaks, Saints red zone issues, trivia challenge and more - Video | NOLA.com
Sports reporter Rachel Whittaker and sports columnist Jeff Duncan analyze the Saints' offensive performance and the team's potential going forward, plus another round of Saints trivia challenge. Watch every weekday for your snapshot of all things New Orleans Saints.
Saints DE Tom Johnson may be out 4-6 weeks, source says | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
After straining his hamstring in the 16-14 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, New Orleans Saints defensive end Tom Johnson could...
More on Saints' 16-14 defeat of Bucs
New Orleans Saints offense takes advantage of another impressive defensive stand: Film Study | NOLA.com
Drew Brees finds a late rhythm after the Saints' defense halts the Bucs' Doug Martin to keep the door open.
8 Plays from Sunday: Brees appears a tick off, but young defense steps up | wwltv.com New Orleans
Drew Brees likely put Saints fans through a rollercoaster of emotions Sunday. He threw an interception that led to a Tampa Bay touchdown and then he threw a 56-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Graham.
4th-and-goal at the one proves to be longest yard for Payton, Saints
During their time together in New Orleans since 2006, fourth-and-goal from the opponent's 1 truly has been the lonnnnngest yard for Coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees.
By-The-Numbers: Saints 2-0 but not in usual ways
Though the New Orleans Saints are one of eight 2-0 teams in the NFL, they're not doing it in their usual ways, according to the latest league statistics.
Darrelle Revis reportedly unhappy with Greg Schiano - NFL.com
Josh Freeman might not be the only Tampa Bay Buccaneers player irritated with Greg Schiano. Darrelle Revis reportedly is unhappy with the coach just two games into his Bucs career.
Bucs' Freeman playing his way out | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPAThe quarterback says he does not want to be traded, no matter what you may read on the Internet. Why, Josh Freeman is a Buc, and if you take him at his word, he is tickled pewter to be one.
Bucs players not happy with Schiano | ProFootballTalk
Last week, the Buccaneers deftly were able to sidestep the fallout of an ugly loss to the Jets by eventually shining a spotlight on quarterback Josh Freeman.This week, it could be a little trickier.
Photos: Saints 16 Buccaneers 14 | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
New Orleans Saints kick a last minute field goal to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road in Tampa.…
New Orleans Saints' Sean Payton lauds Jimmy Graham for stepping up after helmet-to-helmet hit | NOLA.com
Payton has seen the play several times, but said it's nothing he can control
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Are A Sad Mess Right Now
Be thankful you aren't a Buccaneers fan. It's one thing for an 8-8ish team to bumble around and lose in the sloppy first few weeks of fall. It's another for that team to look like a 10-win team for 59 minutes and a two-win team for one. Of all the ways for an NFL team to arrive at mediocrity, the Bucs have chosen the cruelest.
Greg Schiano: We’ll get it fixed | ProFootballTalk
For the second straight week, the Buccaneers lost on a field goal in the final seconds by the opposition and, also for the second straight week, their loss came after making a mountain of unforced errors in the 59-plus minutes leading up to the fateful kick.
Week 3: Cardinals @ Saints
Larry Fitzgerald Guts Out Lions Game
Pro Bowl receiver makes two catches before hamstring injury forces him to sideline
Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians on offense's performance vs. Detroit Lions: 'We’re not thinking enough'
Arizona Cardinals' Bruce Arians on offense's performance vs. Detroit Lions: 'We’re not thinking enough',Asked if the Cardinals' offense was thinking too hard in third-down situations, coach Bruce Arians said, "No, we’re not thinking enough."
Cardinals' Carson Palmer fist bumps ref after favorable call (GIF) - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 240+ Sites
Sep 15, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) talks to members of the press after beating the Detroit Lions 25-21 at Univ
Around the league
Falcons sign replacement LBs Chaney and Gaither | ProFootballTalk
The Falcons have begun the process of back-filling the holes left in their defense by signing a pair of experienced linebackers. The team announced they signed former Eagles linebacker Jamar Chaney and journeyman Omar Gaither, filling the roster spots created when linebacker Sean Weatherspoon was...
Falcons D takes a hit, Weatherspoon to short-term IR | ProFootballTalk
The Falcons didn't have much margin of error on defense to begin the season, and they're quickly losing it. For the second day in a row, their defense has taken a major hit, with star linebacker Sean Weatherspoon being placed on injured reserve/designated for return.
Falcons Kroy Biermann, Bradie Ewing out for the season | Atlanta Falcons | www.ajc.com
FLOWERY BRANCH -- Falcons coach Mike Smith just announced that defensive end Kroy Biermann and fullback Bradie Ewing are out for the season.
Atlanta Falcons player: 'Our linemen are punks' - NFL.com
NFL Media columnist Michael Silver reported Sunday on NFL Network's "NFL GameDay Morning" that at least one Falcons player is highly frustrated with Atlanta's up-and-down offensive line.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera is in serious trouble – but firing him right now is not a good idea | CharlotteObserver.com
Panthers coach Ron Rivera is in serious trouble – but firing him right now is not a good idea.
Ron Rivera calls out mistake-plagued Carolina Panthers - ESPN
Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera is tired of losing close games -- and he let his players know it during Monday's team meeting.
Orlando TV station now denies apologizing for having to show Jaguars game | ProFootballTalk
On Sunday, the Orlando CBS affiliate apologized via screen crawl for having to televise the Jaguars-Raiders game instead of Manning Bowl III.Now, in lieu of apologizing to the Jaguars for apologizing about the Jaguars, WKMG in Orlando claims it never apologized.
Patrick Willis speaks out against hit that broke Ian Williams’ ankle | ProFootballTalk
Hours before the 49ers officially lost their game on Sunday night at Seattle, they lost defensive lineman Ian Williams. Williams, as we reported during a lengthy lightning delay, suffered a broken ankle when he was hit with a legal cut block in the opening quarter.
Joe Philbin thinks the Dolphins have a "helluva team in the making" | ProFootballTalk
Joe Philbin's image as Dolphins head coach has not been a fiery one as Philbin prefers a cooler approach to the job. That extends all the way down to the way he addresses the team following wins.
Reggie Jones to appear at Saints Hall of Fame before Cardinals game
Former New Orleans Saints cornerback Reggie Jones will appear at the Saints Hall of Fame on Sunday, September 22 from 10 a.m.-11:15 a.m., prior to the New Orleans Saints game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Saints owner Tom Benson appears as only Louisiana resident on Forbes list of wealthiest Americans | NOLA.com
Tom Benson, owner of the New Orleans Saints and the Pelicans, is the only Louisiana resident to make the recently unveiled Forbes 400 list of the richest people in the United States. With an estimated fortune of $1.3 billion, Benson tied for 386th with 14 other billionaires.
Rob Ryan's hair needs tribute and you're just the fans to do it | NOLA.com
Send us your photo or video tribute to the Saints' flamboyant defensive coordinator
VIDEO Sean Payton reviews win vs Buccaneers
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton speaks with reporters on Monday, September 16, 2013. (New Orleans Saints video)
VIDEO Sean Payton's Postgame Press Conference: at Tampa
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton speaks with reporters after the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, September 15, 2013. (New Orleans Saints video)
VIDEO Saints at Buccaneers Highlights
The New Orleans Saints knock off their NFC South rival the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 16-14, on Sunday, September 15, 2013.