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Saints News, 11/11/15: Brandon Browner on Penalties: 'This is not new to me'

From "I've been dealing with this. This is not new to me. I've led the league over the past couple seasons. I try not to get on the refs, you know what I'm saying, because they got a job to do. But I do feel like sometimes they're inconsistent, you know? Just watching football across the league, some of the stuff that I get called for, some guys don't get called for. But ultimately it's about winning, just trying to find a way to win."

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Saints News

New Orleans Saints' Brandon Browner on penalties: 'This is not new to me' |
New Orleans Saints cornerback Brandon Browner has caught plenty heat for the league-high number of penalties against him. The 15 accepted penalties against him lead the league, according to

Brandon Browner on penalties: I don’t get away with stuff others do | ProFootballTalk
Saints cornerback Brandon Browner was called for two penalties during last Sunday's loss to the Titans, pushing the total number of flags he's drawn this season to 17.

New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees back in hunt after dreadful start - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
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The Saints should fire Rob Ryan now | The Saints Nation

Bensons donate $20 million to Ochsner
Saints and Pelicans owners Gayle and Tom Benson donate a historic $20 million to Ochsner Cancer Institute Tuesday, November 10, 2015.

New Saints LB James Anderson Brings Versatility to Defense
The New Orleans Saints added linebacker James Anderson to the roster to help with an injury riddled front seven that is sorely missing Dannell Ellerbe.

New Orleans Saints travel to Washington, D.C., in Week 10: Seven Travel Points |
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Scouting the Redskins: 14 things to know about the New Orleans Saints' next opponent |
Teams to play noon Sunday in Landover, Md.

Saints' Rob Ryan emerging public enemy No. 1 in New Orleans
After Sunday's loss to the Tennessee Titans, it seems the fan hatred for New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has reached an all-time high.

C.J. Spiller: Reason for lack of playing time not for me to answer | ProFootballTalk
When Saints running back Khiry Robinson broke his leg against the Giants in Week Eight, it seemed like it would open the door for an increase in playing time for C.J. Spiller.

Would you have given Brees to Saban in 2006 for LSU’s sake?

Snap Counts: Mark Ingram the workhorse, Saints kept in base defense against Titans - Black and Gold

The New Orleans Saints defense: Just the facts
We take a further look at the New Orleans Saints defense and their respective rankings. Is it all as bad as everyone thinks? You may be inclined to say yes.


NFL News

New York A.G. tells DraftKings and FanDuel to stop doing business there | ProFootballTalk
[Editor’s note: FanDuel is an advertiser of PFT and PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio. Also, NBC Sports has an equity stake in FanDuel.] The embattled daily fantasy industry has absorbed what could be its most crippling blow yet. Via the New York Times, New York attorney general Eric T.

Report: Jalen Saunders to be suspended four games | ProFootballTalk
Chicago Bears practice squad wide receiver Jalen Saunders will be suspended four games for an undisclosed violation of league policy, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.

Lions retain a search firm to help find new president and G.M. | ProFootballTalk
The Lions are looking for some outside help for the next wave of executives to try to turn things around there. According to Josh Katzenstein of the Detroit News, longtime Cowboys executive Gil Brandt said the Lions have retained Chicago search firm Heidrick & Struggles to help them find a ...

At least one former Dolphin is pulling for Panthers to stay unbeaten | ProFootballTalk
The old players from the 1972 Dolphins always pop champagne with the last of the current undefeateds goes down, celebrating their own place in NFL history. But their coach is pulling for someone to match them this year.

Aqib Talib’s appeal denied, will serve one-game suspension | ProFootballTalk
Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib said he deserved discipline from the league for poking Colts tight end Dwayne Allen in the eye during Sunday's loss, but that he didn't deserve to be suspended for what he termed an "honest mistake.