These offseason random test can’t be random anymore they get me every year
These offseason random test can’t be random anymore they get me every year— rafael bush (@rbush36) March 10, 2014
I mean how awkward is it to have someone you don’t know to come to your place and ask you 2 pee in a cup
I mean how awkward is it to have someone you don’t know to come to your place and ask you 2 pee in a cup— rafael bush (@rbush36) March 10, 2014
Two teams offered DE Michael Bennett more money but he opted to re-sign with SEA for 4 years, $28.5 million, including $10 million in 2014.
Two teams offered DE Michael Bennett more money but he opted to re-sign with SEA for 4 years, $28.5 million, including $10 million in 2014.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 10, 2014
Some free-agent RBs not getting much play. But am told free-agent RB Darren McFadden has generated "significant interest."
Some free-agent RBs not getting much play. But am told free-agent RB Darren McFadden has generated "significant interest."— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 10, 2014
One GM today on free-agent RBs: "That position needs its own union. We treat our equipment people better than we treat our running backs."
One GM today on free-agent RBs: "That position needs its own union. We treat our equipment people better than we treat our running backs."— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 10, 2014
Giants might try to lure Saints center Brian de la Puente: report | Black and Gold
The Daily News’ Ralph Vacchiano reported on Monday that the Giants had expressed "interest" in signing de la Puente in free agency. The 6-foot-3, 306-pound de la Puente, 28, has started 44 games for the Saints since 2011, and he is one of 11 New Orleans players due to hit the open market when the free agency signing period begins at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Report: Giants might make a run at Saints center de la Puente | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
The Giants might try to lure Saints center Brian de la Puente in free agency, according to The New York Daily News.…
New Orleans Saints' free-agent wish list: Safety - ESPN
If the New Orleans Saints don’t re-sign safety Malcolm Jenkins, they will almost certainly need to add depth in free agency. Maybe in the draft
Free-agent wish list: Offensive line - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
Two of the New Orleans Saints' starting offensive linemen will become unrestricted free agents on Tuesday -- right tackle Zach Strief and center Brian
New Orleans Saints Pre-Free Agency Recap - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
New Orleans Saints Pre-Free Agency Recap
Where the Saints' secondary depth will come from - Black and Gold Today free agency special - Video | NOLA.com
Sports reporter Rachel Whittaker and Saints beat writer Katherine Terrell examine how the Saints' CB and S spots could benefit from free agency, plus the status of their own free agents in the secondary.
Saints' Victor Butler essentially a new face at OLB: Black and Gold Today free agency special - Video | NOLA.com
Sports reporter Rachel Whittaker and Saints beat writer Larry Holder analyze the Saints' linebacker situation heading into free agency; inside linebacker is solid, but what's the plan at outside linebacker?
New Orleans Saints free agency outlook: linebackers | NOLA.com
The Saints could be in the market for outside linebacker help, but the return of Victor Butler should help in 2014.
Darren Sproles' release the hardest to swallow - ESPN
Of all the cuts the New Orleans Saints have been making this offseason, the news of Darren Sproles' pending release comes as the biggest surprise -- a
Saints mailbag: Graham effect? - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
Thanks for all of your New Orleans Saints questions on Twitter this week. Send ‘em my way anytime @MikeTriplett:
Free-agent wish list: Wide receiver - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
The wide receiver position has become an even greater priority for the New Orleans Saints now that they are parting ways with both receiver Lance Moor
Mark Ingram finds Saints’ moves "shocking" | ProFootballTalk
"It’s an exciting time in my career," Ingram said. "I just want to take advantage of my situation and the opportunity that’s presenting itself. Just want to prove to the organization that I can be the back they wanted, an every-down back, type of playmaker that they need. I’m excited about my situation. It’s unfortunate to see a lot of guys go, but I’m excited about my opportunity that I have coming up."
New Orleans Saints' Mark Ingram stunned by recent departures, but recognizes his role in 2014 likely to expand | NOLA.com
"Everything has been shocking," Ingram said. "If something did happen to Pierre, it would be a shocker, too. It would be completely different. I would be the oldest guy in the (running backs meeting) room.
NFL free agency 2014: Chris Johnson, Pierre Thomas on dwindling trade or cut list | NJ.com
Teams typically can't find a willing trading partner with lame-duck players.
New Orleans Saints free agency outlook: defensive back | NOLA.com
Saints need to add depth at both cornerback and safety
Steelers to cut LaMarr Woodley on Tuesday | ProFootballTalk
When linebacker Jason Worilds signed his transition tag with the Steelers, he was guaranteed a one-year contract at $9.754 million if he can't reach agreement on a long-term deal with the Steelers. He also appears to have guaranteed the end of linebacker LaMarr Woodley's run in Pittsburgh.
Jets cut Santonio Holmes | ProFootballTalk
Santonio Holmes's days with the Jets are done. The team officially announced on Monday afternoon that Holmes has been released. The move had been widely expected and saves the Jets more than $8 million on the 2014 salary cap.
49ers to cut Carlos Rogers | ProFootballTalk
It has looked for weeks like 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers would need to take a pay cut to avoid getting cut. Rogers hasn't taken a pay cut, and now he will get cut. Josina Anderson of ESPN reports that the decision has been made, and the 49ers will cut Rogers.
Lovie Smith: Bucs’ roster wasn’t set up with my systems in mind | ProFootballTalk
One of the reasons the Buccaneers have a lot of work to do this offseason is that their roster wasn't built with the current coaching staff in mind. That's the word from Bucs coach Lovie Smith, who told the Tampa Tribune that the roster he inherited doesn't necessarily match his defense or coordi...
Falcons add outside linebackers coach to Mike Smith’s staff | ProFootballTalk
Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan primarily coached units that played 3-4 schemes prior to landing in Atlanta, but he has run a 4-3 base defense for head coach Mike Smith over the last two seasons.