Saints News, 2/11/14: Saints Projected To Have 8th Weakest Strength Of Schedule in 2014

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According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Saints' 2014 strength of schedule is tied for the eighth weakest in the NFL, based on their opponents' 2013 winning percentage (.469). Take this for what it's worth, which isn't much. 2013 win-loss records won't matter much when the 2014 season starts. Along with the NFC South, AFC North and NFC North, the Saints will battle the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers in 2014.



Saints News

Strength of schedule: New Orleans Saints - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
It's really a futile exercise to look at any NFL team's schedule in February and declare it easy or difficult. For instance, who knew the Carolina Pan

Jonathan Vilma clarifies his opinion of a having a gay teammate - ESPN
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 on Monday night to try and clarify recent comments he made about

New Orleans Saints Jonathan Vilma joins ESPN s Mike & Mike - ESPN
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma joined ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike on Tuesday morning to expand on his thoughts about whether an openl

New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma says he would be 'A-OK' with an openly gay teammate |
Vilma has come under fire for past comments

Saints’ reactions to Sam mixed | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
Seven days before NFL draft prospect Michael Sam told the world he was gay, Saints player Jonathan Vilma said he’d be afraid to shower near…

What happens if Jimmy Graham fights TE tag? - ESPN
METAIRIE, La. -- This much we know: If the New Orleans Saints and free agent Jimmy Graham don't reach a long-term agreement in the next three weeks, t

Twitter weatherfare among NFC South rivals, Panthers, Falcons, Bucs - ESPN
There's nothing like following a little offseason taunting between NFC South rivals over weather. Unless, that is, your furnace has been broken since

Jimmy Graham tops list of potential NFL free agents | New Orleans
Teams will have the opportunity to re-sign their own players, give out the franchise tag if that doesn't work while cutting high-priced veterans along the way to make cap room for new contracts.

Glenn Foster: 2013 season in review
Glenn Foster made the New Orleans Saints roster as an undrafted free agent

Free Agency Thoughts From @_AndrewDoyle_ | February | 2014 Articles

3 Doors Down's Chris Henderson talks about his love for the New Orleans Saints
3 Doors Down's Chris Henderson was a guest on the Black and Blue Report

Fans hope the New Orleans Saints open the 2014 regular season against the Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints split their contests against the Carolina Panthers in 2013

Kenny Stills: 2013 season in review
Kenny Stills led the New Orleans Saints in yards per catch average (20.0) in 2013

The 5 Toughest Games For The Saints In 2014 - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The 5 Toughest Games For The Saints In 2014


NFL News

Vince Young still hoping for an NFL return | ProFootballTalk
Vince Young doesn't think his NFL career is over. Young said in a statement to the Houston Chronicle that he has now settled his bankruptcy case and is beginning training in San Diego to return to the NFL. "I am pleased with the quick resolution of my bankruptcy case.

Mike Williams charged with minor damage to woman’s door | ProFootballTalk
There are a few more details regarding the misdemeanor charges against Buccaneers Mike Williams, but nothing particularly salacious. According to Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune, Williams' upcoming court date stems from a Dec. 13 incident in which he damaged a woman's door.

Fear of having to cut Sam could impact his draft stock | ProFootballTalk
Our position on an openly gay player in the NFL has been consistent and clear. It shouldn't matter and, hopefully, one day it won't. To get to the point where it doesn't matter, multiple players will have to come out as gay, the media and the fans will have to work through the new reality, and ...

Peyton Manning could be Cleveland’s best hope | ProFootballTalk
Sure, the Browns could use a quarterback like Peyton Manning. Over the long haul, they'd be better off with an executive like Peyton Manning. With Jimmy Haslam restructuring the front office to remove the buffer between owner and G.M.

Gary Estwick: NFL players should be able accept a gay teammate | New Orleans Saints | The Sun Herald
If Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma, a South Florida native and son of Haitian immigrants, can play alongside Curtis Lofton, a teammate from a tiny Oklahoma town -- finding common ground in their passion for the game -- a heterosexual man can do the same with a gay teammate.

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