Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) May 2, 2014
At Spann Elementary in Jackson, MS... These kids are amazing!!! http://t.co/ORsIjxFWeR— Pierre Thomas (@Pierre_Thomas) May 2, 2014
Mark Ingram (@MarkIngram22) May 2, 2014
Just got the I.V. out! Time to go home! pic.twitter.com/hnxEDdp68U— Will Herring (@wherring54) May 2, 2014
The start to any good weekend... A great view, great quality music monsterproducts 24k gold headphones… http://t.co/CwgPRUrU6L— cameron jordan (@camjordan94) May 2, 2014
There's been no movement on Mark Ingram fifth-year option, source tells me. This should come as no surprise with reports from this week.— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) May 2, 2014
I lose my Chapstick one a week and then when I buy another one I always find my old one— rafael bush (@rbush36) May 2, 2014
I've never had church's chicken just asked in case I was missing something— jairus byrd (@jairusbyrd) May 2, 2014
Having A Hard Time Adjusting To Fame...#SIKE— SACKMAN (@JuniorG93) May 2, 2014
Question of the day: how many people prefer church's chicken over Popeyes?— jairus byrd (@jairusbyrd) May 2, 2014
I mean ... pic.twitter.com/XzREu9dQAA— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) May 2, 2014
Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) May 2, 2014
Vegas! Saints find creative way to recharge - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
As Schefter said, the idea of a Vegas trip the week before the draft may sound odd at first. But since the draft was pushed back two weeks later than usual this year, sources said the Saints feel as if they have done the necessary extensive work on each prospect. They feel like they've have gone over every prospect two or three times. And the organization decided it would be best to take a break before coming back and attacking the draft fresh on Monday.
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The Saints could look for a kick returner late in the draft.
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Ranking New Orleans Saints' draft needs: No. 7 TE - ESPN
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Updated status of fifth-year options for 2011 first-round picks | ProFootballTalk
The 2011 labor deal creates an annual May 3 deadline for the exercise of the fifth-year option on first-round player contracts. Every draft pick gets a four-year contract; teams can choose to extend the deal for first-round picks to five years by exercising an option that gives the player a salary...
Frank Alexander suspended four games for substance abuse violation | ProFootballTalk
The Panthers will be down a member of their defensive line rotation when next season gets underway. The team announced Friday that defensive end Frank Alexander has been suspended for four games as a result of a violation of the league's policy and program for substances of abuse.
Aaron Hernandez indicted for alleged assault, threat - ESPN Boston
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was indicted by a grand jury Thursday on charges of assault and battery, and threats to do bodily harm stemming from a jail fight with another inmate
Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith knows who the team will draft if it keeps first pick - ESPN
Texans general manager Rick Smith said he knows which player he would take with the first overall pick -- he just isn't sure Houston will be picking there.
Keyshawn Johnson won't be charged in domestic incident - ESPN
The Los Angeles County District Attorney will not charge ESPN analyst Keyshawn Johnson in connection with a domestic incident at Johnson's home last month.
Ray Rice of Baltimore Ravens pleads not guilty, eyes pretrial program - ESPN
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice pleaded not guilty to a third-degree charge of aggravated assault and applied for a pretrial intervention program Thursday morning in Mays Landing, N.J.