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Saints' News, 5/27/16: Heath Evans Picks Saints to Have Largest 2016 Turnaround

Heath Evans says a lot of things that people may not agree with, but sometimes he gets it right (for us, anyways). He picked the Saints to have the largest turnaround in 2016 after a disappointing previous two seasons.

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Saints' News

Darren Sharper's co-defendants trying to distance selves from each other | NOLA.com

Roger Goodell encourages New Orleans to keep bidding for Super Bowls | ProFootballTalk
NFL owners did not bestow upon New Orleans another Super Bowl, but commissioner Roger Goodell wants to make sure they keep trying to get one. According to Katherine Terrell of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Goodell sent Saints owner Tom Benson a letter this week congratulating him on an impres...

Sean Payton puts blame back on Rob Ryan for terrible Saints defense | FOX Sports
Ryan claimed the Saints defense didn't have his signature on it the past two years, leading to his firing. Payton disagrees.

This Day in New Orleans Saints History - May 27
A look back at 50 seasons of Saints history

Rob Ryan rips New Orleans Saints, blames new scheme for recent firing
Rob Ryan blasted his former employer, the Saints, during a recent interview with The MMQB, saying that New Orleans' defense struggled during the last two years because of schematic changes.

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NFL News

Clay Matthews Was Tiny In High School |
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews sure has come a long way. He was tiny in high school. Just take a look at this video of him and his father.

New England Patriots CB Darryl Roberts looks to seize opportunity in Year Two | masslive.com

It Is What It Is " NFL will reportedly speak with players named in Al Jazeera story next month

Tim Brown 9-1-1 for Kids Charity Golf Classic
Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown talks about his charity tournament to benefit 9-1-1 for Kids in Los Angeles on Monday and several Hall of Famers share their thoughts on the rookie players coming into the league.

How the Lions are adjusting to life without Calvin Johnson - Today's Pigskin