Brian Alee-Walsh summed it up well in an article today when he said football is a wasteland until the Super Bowl XLV kickoff. There's really little news to link to other than a little coverage from the site of this weekend's annual Senior Bowl, where most NFL coaching staffs are currently congregated to check out this year's college talent.
In other happenings, the Superdome renovations begin (see picture to left) and Reggie Bush wages war on a mosquito.
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Football a wasteland until Super Bowl XLV kickoff
2theadvocate.com | Saints | SAINTS NOTES: New Orleans assistant Allen joins Broncos staff — Baton Rouge, LA
Dennis Allen leaves the New Orleans Saints as Denver's defensive coordinator | NOLA.com
"It has been a really high class organization for a lot of years, and Denver is one of the best cities to live in in the country," Allen said. "I think it's a great situation."
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New Orleans Saints special teams coordinator Greg McMahon ready to fix problems | NOLA.com
"Shoot, we've got to continue to work to win the field-position battle. That's going to be every game, every season," McMahon said. "We've definitely got to be better in that area, there's no question. That was disappointing in that game.
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The Denver Broncos just officially announced the hiring of New Orleans secondary coach Dennis Allen as their defensive coordinator.
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The draft is in April