UPDATED: Calculated & Likely valuations for NFL Players pending free agency or an extension this offseason. https://t.co/N1XvMghU13— Spotrac (@spotrac) January 22, 2016
#Pelicans comin up next hour... are you starting to believe in this team? Empty Smoothie King Center tonight; do u expect that to change?— T-Bob Hebert (@TBob53) January 22, 2016
More stability. Not a lot of that going around in the NFL https://t.co/A5fTHnp8Xf— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 22, 2016
Steve Gleason documentary premieres Saturday at Sundance Film Festival, gives intimate look at his life with ALS https://t.co/7bwsZje7Uv— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) January 22, 2016
2 years ago today, #Saints' head coach Sean Payton was reinstated by the NFL after the alleged Bounty Gate incidents— John Hendrix (@JohnJHendrix) January 22, 2016
picking who I want to win this weekend instead of who I think will win....gimme Broncos and Cardinals #logic— Steve Geller (@SteveGellerWWL) January 22, 2016
Spiller lost a big opportunity here. Only guy who recognized the play freed on collision by two Saints. pic.twitter.com/NYL9umHu6L— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) January 22, 2016
Payton had TE run a route behind the o-line early in season. By simply positioning the TE a certain way it continued to manipulate defenses.— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) January 22, 2016
Alert! https://t.co/Y0Mxjlus30— Buffalo Rumblings (@BuffRumblings) January 22, 2016
Even after big changes, the 2015 New Orleans Saints looked remarkably similar to the team of a year earlier: A potent offense, an awful defense and a 7-9 record with no playoff berth.
Former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason was never going to turn a film documenting his life with Lou Gehrig’s disease into a sanitized, feel-good story of triumph in the face of tragedy.