Saints?src=hash">#Saints Byrd did a lot of teamdrill for first time. Payton said last step for him was getting cleared for contact. Sounds like hell play Sat
Saints?src=hash">#Saints Byrd did a lot of teamdrill for first time. Payton said last step for him was getting cleared for contact. Sounds like hell play Sat— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) August 19, 2014
Byrd: never got down...hardest thing was patience
Byrd: never got down...hardest thing was patience— WWL Radio (@WWLAMFM) August 19, 2014
Byrd: does expect to play Saturday
Byrd: does expect to play Saturday— WWL Radio (@WWLAMFM) August 19, 2014
Galette: Rob Ryan cares about you as a human being. It makes you want to give more
Galette: Rob Ryan cares about you as a human being. It makes you want to give more— WWL Radio (@WWLAMFM) August 19, 2014
Jimmy Graham unsurprisingly bounces back. Being blitzed, Brees dumps it off to Graham, who rumbles in untouched for a TD in next period.
Jimmy Graham unsurprisingly bounces back. Being blitzed, Brees dumps it off to Graham, who rumbles in untouched for a TD in next period.— Ramon Antonio Vargas (@RVargasAdvocate) August 19, 2014
Hicks is taking his pads off and getting on the stationary bike
Hicks is taking his pads off and getting on the stationary bike— Katherine Terrell (@Kat_Terrell) August 19, 2014
Now official: NFL and NFL Players Association have agreed to expand Practice Squads to 10 players 2014 and 2015 seasons.
Now official: NFL and NFL Players Association have agreed to expand Practice Squads to 10 players 2014 and 2015 seasons.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 19, 2014
Byrd back at practice; makes presence felt in big way | wwltv.com New Orleans
Byrd showed no hesitation when he initiated the collision with Ingram, which put the running back on the ground. The hit, which drew an emphatic reaction from several Saints, including Ingram, signaled Byrd is ready to make his presence felt on the gridiron. "Yeah, it definitely felt good to finally get that contact out of the way and just get back into the swing of things," Byrd said. "Now, it’s just looking ahead to what we have to get accomplished in this game and the long road we have ahead this season."
New Orleans Saints safety Jairus Byrd returns to practice Tuesday | NOLA.com
Bryd had been slowed by back surgery
Jairus Byrd expected to make debut for New Orleans Saints on Saturday - ESPN
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As expected, Cowboys deny that Jerry’s son snatched draft card | ProFootballTalk
As you might imagine, it didn't take the Cowboys long to deny the story that Stephen Jones had to snatch the Johnny Football card out of his father's hand on draft day. According to Sean Lester of the Dallas Morning News, a source in the Cowboys draft room denied that version of events.
Simms, Dungy to avoid using Washington team name | ProFootballTalk
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Johnny Manziel flashes middle finger after incompletion | ProFootballTalk
A fine could be coming for Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel. After he threw an incomplete pass near the Washington sideline late in the third quarter, Manziel appeared to extend his middle finger up for the Washington bench to see as he ran back to the Cleveland huddle.
Pete Carroll: NFL admitted error on 105-yard return flag | ProFootballTalk
As soon as it happened, Seahawks cornerback Tharold Simon thought the penalty that wiped out his 105-yard interception return for a touchdown was a bad call. After a few days, the NFL apparently agreed with him.
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