Forecast: Next two weeks key for Saints defense | wwltv.com New Orleans
In two weeks we’ll know if the Saints can’t win the Super Bowl. The Saints next two opponents are the winless Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams.
Brees continues record-setting career | wwltv.com New Orleans
For New Orleans (4-2), Sunday presents an opportunity they couldn’t have scripted before the season
Saints TE Graham misses practice with sore ankle | wwltv.com New Orleans
METAIRIE, La. – Tight end Jimmy Graham was a no-go for practice Thursday, the first session he has missed all season.
The second-year standout, who leads the team in receptions and receiving yards, had a sore right ankle after Wednesday’s practice and the coaching staff wanted to rest him to make sure he didn’t injure it any furter.
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New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton returns to practice field - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Payton oversees portions of practice with leg elevated on golf cart
Sean Payton back to work - NFC South Blog - ESPN
New Orleans coach Sean Payton met with the media Thursday for the first time since having knee surgery Monday. Payton also was able to observe his te
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After a collision last week injured his knee and left leg, Sean Payton won't be on the sidelines for Sunday night's Super Bowl XLIV rematch, while Peyton Manning won't be on the field once again for the winless Colts.
New Orleans Saints: David Thomas, Chris Ivory, and Sean Payton
Thomas though finally made progress last week according to head coach Sean Payton, and today did return to practice in a limited capacity.
Colts to get reacquainted with Sproles - 13 WTHR
The Colts will face one of their greatest postseason tormentors Sunday night when they try to catch New Orleans Saints do-everything back Darren Sproles.