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Saints News, 3/4/16: Cameron Jordan Asks the Real Questions

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With Scobee's story out in the open, it's an otherwise relatively slow news day. So Cameron Jordan decided to ask what everyone's favorite kid's show was growing up, and some players responded. Scobee's deal makes him the Saints' 11th kicker in as many years, and the Saints have also expressed some interest in former Chiefs' LB Derrick Johnson, though various other LB options have been emerging recently.

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Saints News

New Orleans Saints sign veteran kicker Josh Scobee
The Saints, who have had 10 kickers over the past 10 seasons, hope to end to their problems at the position by signing 12-year veteran Josh Scobee.New Orleans Saints sign veteran kicker Josh Scobee

The Saints, who have had 10 kickers over the past 10 seasons, hope to end to their problems at the position by signing 12-year veteran Josh Scobee.

Jen Welter: 'It's a testament to what a great organization the Saints are'
Jen Welter was the first female NFL coach, working for the Arizona Cardinals

Darren Sharper was able to play XBox in St. Tammany jail, TV station reports | NOLA.com

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NFL News

Alfred Morris 'Thankful For The Time' With Redskins

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Scooby Wright Scouting Report: Arizona Wildcat Could be Draft Wildcard - Acme Packing Company

Former Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright has a wide range of projections. Can he be the force the are missing in the middle?

Report: Police are testing knife found at O.J. Simpson’s estate | ProFootballTalk

With the O.J. Simpson case being revisited through an over-the-top FX series that is still be recorded by my DVR but hasn't watched in weeks, it's no surprise that someone, somewhere has found a way to nudge an ice-cold case forward.

Eagles offensive lineman David Molk retires | ProFootballTalk

At a time when teams are applying (or not) tender offers to their restricted free agents, one RFA has decided he doesn't want one. The Eagles have announced that offensive lineman David Molk has retired. A seventh-round pick of the Chargers in 2012, Molk spent one season in San Diego.

Terrell Suggs arrested in Arizona after car accident

Justin Tucker signs franchise tender - Baltimore Sun

Marshawn Lynch dunks on student during trip to Egypt - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN

Former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch hooped it up with a local college student, and visited with children suffering from cancer.