New Orleans Saints (@Saints) March 4, 2014
Mickey Loomis is confident the Saints will work out a deal with Jimmy Graham http://t.co/w3FhQwyPGF— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 4, 2014
Why Chinese restaurants so stingy with there soy sauce and duck sauce what the hell ima do with 2 packs of this??— rafael bush (@rbush36) March 4, 2014
Favorite spot in the house to do Yoga!! Had to turn the heat up for that Hot Yoga!! Haha..... http://t.co/JFp4LDbbNu— Pierre Thomas (@Pierre_Thomas) March 4, 2014
Saints had FA visit set up last offseason MT @UTgehlken: Chargers have informed CB Derek Cox they plan to release him. One season in SD.— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) March 4, 2014
Derek Cox had visit set up with Saints before Keenan Lewis. Lewis had visit set up in SD. Cox signed in SD. Lewis in NO. Saints won that one— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) March 4, 2014
Happy Fat Tuesday! Hope all my people in Nola are having a blast!!!— Lance Moore (@LanceMoore16) March 4, 2014
Need help y'all! Anyone know where I can find a chocolate lab puppy with papers?— Curtis Lofton (@CurtisLofton50) March 4, 2014
Saints' Jimmy Graham wants best of all worlds: Honored like a TE, paid like a WR. Can't have it all, Jimmy. Column - http://t.co/IaltE2Pvwp— Gregg Doyel (@GreggDoyelCBS) March 4, 2014
Rob Ryan sporting Drew Brees' jersey on the float. pic.twitter.com/YgDNhyZNFr— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) March 4, 2014
Rob Ryan is drenched as the grand marshal in the Krewe of Argus, but seems his hair remains magical through the rain.— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) March 4, 2014
Learn from the past, set vivid, detailed goals for the future, and live in the only moment of time over which you have any control: now.— Nick Toon (@Nick2oon) March 4, 2014
Benjamin Watson (@BenjaminSWatson) March 4, 2014
Nothing like being sore after first workout. Time to go get it again! Good morning and happy Mardi Gras— Curtis Lofton (@CurtisLofton50) March 4, 2014
Mickey Loomis is confident a deal will be reached with Jimmy Graham | ProFootballTalk
"These negotiations are always a process, and Jimmy’s been a great player for us for the last four years," Loomis said. "Look, I had hoped and I’m sure he had hoped we’d come to some conclusion on a longer-term deal before this. But we haven’t yet, and hopefully we will. . . . We’ll just let it play out, and I’m sure we’ll get something resolved."
The NFL Lists Jimmy Graham As A Basketball Player For The Franchise Tag | Kissing Suzy Kolber
Settling an issue that has been a brewing controversy through the first month of the off-season, the NFL officially designated Saints tight end Jimmy Graham as a basketball player for the purposes of the franchise tag.
What should the other tagged players do? | ProFootballTalk
The Saints are likely to give Graham the long-term contract he wants before the July 15 deadline for doing a multi-year deal. If an acceptable agreement isn’t reached, Graham should still wait to sign, skipping training camp and the preseason and showing up as close to the start of the regular season as possible before inking the tender and getting the full amount of the contract with no penalties for holding out, since a guy can’t be fined for holding out if he’s not under contract.
Is Jimmy Graham A Tight End? It'll Cost Him $5.3 Million.
The Saints slapped a franchise tag on Jimmy Graham, allowing them to keep him for one season without negotiating a new deal. But Graham has been designated a tight end; he believes he's a receiver. This is not an academic point: there is more than $5 million at stake.
Graham's franchise tag set at $7.05M | New Orleans Saints | The Sun Herald
NEW ORLEANS -- The NFL has formally designated New Orleans' Jimmy Graham as a tight end for the purposes of his franchise tag value, which is now set at $7.05 million next season unless Graham and the Saints subsequently agree on a long-term deal.
Rob Ryan, Saints' defense coordinator, stars in Krewe of Argus parade | NOLA.com
Ryan, the defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints, was named Grand Marshall of the parade in February. Commonly impersonated by fans at Saints' games, Ryan was also the inspiration for a crew of dancing Rob Ryans (flowing grey-blond hair, Saints caps, fake pot bellies) during the Krewe D'Etat parade on Friday night, Feb 28.
Malcolm Jenkins: 2013 season in review
Malcolm Jenkins was voted as a team captain in 2013
2014 NFL Free Agency Primer: O-line headlines by Eugene Monroe, Alex Mack | Audibles - SI.com
Overrated: de la Puente. The Saints appear ready to move on for a reason. Namely, that de la Puente is a serviceable option at center but hardly a dominant blocker in any aspect.
Offseason Blueprint: Saints - NFC South Blog - ESPN
ESPN's team of NFL Insiders put together an outstanding comprehensive look at what the New Orleans Saints are facing this offseason, from personnel d
The NFC free agents, updated again | ProFootballTalk
Well, we can't update the AFC free agents without updating the NFC free agents. So we've updated the NFC free agents. The free agents for the NFC East, NFC North, NFC South, and NFC West teams are just a click away.
The AFC free agents, updated again | ProFootballTalk
As free agency approaches, more guys are re-signing and/or getting tagged. So we're continuously updating the per-division list of free agents, for your perusal, inspection, or other purposes.
Browns unveiling "cutting-edge" uniforms next year | ProFootballTalk
It's been known for a year that the Browns will unveil new uniforms next year. Beyond owner Jimmy Haslam explaining that the helmets won't change, details have been scant.
Harbaugh says there’s no chance he’ll leave San Francisco in the next two years | ProFootballTalk
Many league and media insiders believe that, if the 49ers and coach Jim Harbaugh don't work out a long-term extension this offseason, Harbaugh could be gone after the 2014 campaign ends. Harbaugh isn't among those who believe that.
Bernard Pollard lays blame for "mindset" at Mike Munchak’s feet | ProFootballTalk
Bernard Pollard said he had nothing but affection for former Titans coach Mike Munchak and his staff. But it's also clear he wanted nothing more than them gone for him to stay in Tennessee.
VIDEO: New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan: Mardi Gras Grand Marshal - NFL Videos
New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan braved the elements Tuesday to serve as Grand Marshal of the Krewe of Argus Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans