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Julio Jones out for the year?

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Not taking delight in another team's misfortune. I'm an Alabama fan. Just reporting the facts, as ESPN knows the facts, which we know are always 100% correct.

Falcons take another hit - Julio potentially done for the year

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FOX's Jay Glazer reports the Falcons "fear" Julio Jones will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury. Per Glazer, the Falcons' "initial determination" is that Jones is done, but are waiting for him to get a second opinion on Wednesday. They are "not optimistic," however. It's a crushing blow to a team that was already on the brink, and an absolute shame for a player who is second in the NFL in receiving through five weeks with 580 yards. If Jones is indeed done, it leaves the Falcons with a breaking down Roddy White and Harry Douglas at receiver. For all intents and purposes, their season is over. Fantasy owners can pounce on Douglas, but are best off looking elsewhere to "replace" their irreplaceable No. 1 receiver.

Owners pass 'Hard Knocks' rule at NFL Fall Meeting

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A source in the room told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport the league passed a rule Tuesday that will compel one team per year to participate in the HBO/NFL Films joint "Hard Knocks." The league will still ask for volunteers. If one is not forthcoming, a team will be appointed. All organizations will be eligible with the exception of those with new coaches or those that have made the playoffs for two consecutive seasons.

Sean Payton's Monday Review

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New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton speaks with reporters on Monday, October 7, 2013. (New Orleans Saints Video)

Week 5 takeaways: The most complete team in NFL - NFL.com

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The Saints are arguably the most complete team in football because they have a difference-making offense and a difference-making defense.

Memo to NFC: Beware the adaptable Saints

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I think Trip hit it on the head on a few points

Do we fully appreciate what Jimmy Graham is doing this season?

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It wasn't long ago that 37 catches, 593 yards and six touchdowns was a good season for a tight end. Heck, Jared Cook had 44 catches, 523 yards and four touchdowns just last season for Tennessee, and St. Louis rewarded him with a $35 million contract in free agency. Saints tight end Jimmy Graham has put up that 37-593-6 line in just five games this season.

Josh Freeman to the Vikes

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Hey, he's better than Ponder or Cassel...right?

2013 NFL Grades, Week 5: Are Saints secretly NFL's best?

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2013 NFL Grades, Week 5: Are Saints secretly NFL's best?

What happens if the Saints decide to franchise Jimmy Graham?

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What happens if the Saints decide to franchise Jimmy Graham?

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