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Fleur-de-Links: April 20, 2011


by GoSaintsNation
LB Scott Shanle said his agent sensed from the Saints before the CBA expired that the team wanted Shanle re-signed...

Reggie Bush
Can someone explain to me the significance 4/20? Lol! Never heard if it
Heath Evans
Trying to b a good son for my momma & get her tire fixed for her but this is taking for ever!

Who is heading to @ tonight? We have Honey Island Swamp Band & Anders Osborne performing from 5-7:30 in Lafayette Square!

NFLPlayerNews Falcons | Curtis Lofton underwent offseason surgeries

Gabe Feldman
by DougTatum
One of the risks of the NFLPA decertificaton--union no longer exists as exclusive bargaining rep. Other voices now trying to be heard.

NFLPlayerNews Falcons | Not expected to move first pick

Zach Strief
Matt lovitt at the fitness principle is getting me in the best shape of my life. Gettin ready!!

Chad Ochocinco
by dmpressley
No F*** You RT @: @ Motherf***ers are dying everyday from hunger. And you punks want more money to play a sport f*** you

Jermon Bushrod
This is me driving to my workout session... I'm sure it will be a totally diff expression on the way back!!

New Orleans Saints
Full 2011 Saints Season Schedule PDF for your office or fridge - print away!

jonathan goodwin
Great workout this morning! Now what to do the rest of the day?

Andrew Brandt
by j_bushrod7475
I sense this may be the last day of mediation between NFL and Players. Judge Nelson's pending ruling on lockout will steer this ship.

New Orleans Saints
Saints will face Falcons on Monday Night Football for third-straight year. A look at how their last MNF game ended

Adam Schefter
CB Nnamdi Asomugha’s contract will allow him to test free agency, and so will S Michael Huff's.

Jeff Duncan
In case you missed it, my two cents on the ' schedule, the most user-friendly one since 2009 |

New Orleans Saints
What prime-time Saints game are u most excited about? Opener at Packers, SB XLIV rematch at home, Giants or Falcons on Monday night at home?

Reggie Bush
Watching Coming to America! Swear this might be one of the all time funniest movies! Timeless! The older it gets the funnier!

Reggie Bush
"Ladies and gentlemen would you please give a round of applause for Jackson's Heights own Mr. Randy Watson yeah! Randy Watson!"

Reggie Bush
I wanna know how many of y'all tried to hit that high now in the "soul glo" song! You know you tried it! Voice cracked and all!


One Thing Is Clear About the 2011 NFL Schedule…

moosedenied " Blog Archive " I found a new friend underneath my pillow…

Photo breakdown of the New Orleans Saints 2011 schedule |
Game by game for this season

Filling out QB Power Rankings ballot - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Josh Freeman will be on my ballot. I’m sure the rest of the voters will have Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in the top two slots. But I’m going to break from convention and put one of the NFC South guys in one of those two spots. Again, it’s pretty obvious I’m talking about Brees.

Three-game road trips not a favor - NFC South Blog - ESPN
The Saints get their stretch earlier, in Weeks 4 through 6. They go to Carolina, Jacksonville and Tampa Bay. Yeah, the Saints had a better record than all three of those teams last season and New Orleans should remain pretty strong.

Mocking NFC South with Todd McShay - NFC South Blog - ESPN
McShay has the Saints taking Illinois defensive tackle Corey Liuget at No. 24. Entirely possible and he could team with Sedrick Ellis and Shaun Rogers to suddenly give the Saints a very strong rotation in the middle of the line.

Wednesday At The Square This week

Saints Drafts Have Helped Mine Future Successes

Saints 2011 Schedule Notes

NFL Draft: 10 best and worst of the New Orleans Saints -- No. 4 best pick |
Looking at all-time Saints picks, leading up to this year's draft

NFL plans Super start - New Orleans Saints -
NEW ORLEANS -- The Saints have learned that if the 2011 regular season starts as scheduled, they’ll open with a Thursday night road game Sept. 8 against the defending champion Green Bay Packers. news: Super Bowl champion Packers, Saints to kick off 2011 season
The NFL announced Tuesday that it will ring in the 2011 season with a meeting between the last two Super Bowl champions in the Sept. 8 Kickoff game.



Mocking NFC South with Todd McShay - NFC South Blog - ESPN
McShay has the Saints taking Illinois defensive tackle Corey Liuget at No. 24. Entirely possible and he could team with Sedrick Ellis and Shaun Rogers to suddenly give the Saints a very strong rotation in the middle of the line.

Southern California's Tyron Smith is rated a top tackle in the NFL draft |
Part 5 of 9-part series: Offensive line

NFL draft 2011: A closer look at the offensive linemen |
Florida's Mike Pouncey played two positions collegiately



NFLPA* gets a taste of the downside of decertification | ProFootballTalk
Last week, when we were arguing that all 32 owners should be at the mediation session in Minnesota, a league-leaning source responded by contending that, if all owners should attend mediation, all 1,900 players should be there, too, since they'll ultimately have to vote on any final offers.

Mediation breaks for nearly a month | ProFootballTalk
The good news is that mediation in the fight between the NFL and the players hasn't ended.  The bad news is that it won't continue until the middle of May. Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that mediation has adjourned until the tentative date of May 16.

Week One schedule could be league office’s power play to end lockout | ProFootballTalk
Last night, we pointed out that a lockout that chews into the regular season would result in the loss of multiple significant games in Week One. That concept provided the meat for our official PFT Live take on the situation.

NFL will lose equity of schedule if weeks are lost to labor dispute - Don Banks -
Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest the NFL's just-released 256-game regular season schedule...

NFL, players wrap up mediation, may not meet again until May 16 - NFL -
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The NFL and its locked-out players wrapped up their fourth day of court-ordered talks Wednesday with few signs of progress and no plans to meet again until mid-May.

Around the NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN