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Saints News, 9/30/16: Mike Triplett, ESPN Play the "What-If" Game With Drew Brees

History may be set in stone, but the events that sculpt that history aren't. Mike Triplett and the ESPN staff went back and discussed what could have happened if Drew Brees had never left San Diego and joined the Saints.

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Saints News

Willie Snead feels 'really good' about status for Sunday against Chargers |

Sean Payton's Friday Chargers Press Conference
Head Coach Sean Payton gives his final press conference leading up to Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers.

What if Drew Brees had never left the Chargers for the Saints? - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN

Would San Diego have a Super Bowl title? Would Matt Leinart have thrived under Sean Payton? Would Reggie Bush have a talk show in New York?

New Orleans Saints finding right fit for Andrus Peat on left side? - NFC South- ESPN

The Saints saw Andrus Peat as a right tackle when they drafted him in 2015, but he's played better since returning to his college spot on the left.

Saints Friday Injury Report presented by Ochsner Sports Medicine Institute

Four Saints OUT for Sunday vs. Chargers


NFL News

Featured Falcon Friday: Starting Middle Linebacker Deion Jones | FOX Sports

In the first installment of Featured Falcon Friday, we take a look at the defensive MVP of last Monday night’s victory over the Saints – Falcons rookie middle linebacker and newly minted Defensive Rookie of the Month, Deion Jones.Deion Jones was born to be an Atlanta Falcon. Born on ...

Player Spotlight: Justin Pugh

Get an exclusive look at Giants' LG Justin Pugh

Jets' Eric Decker out: Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa fantasy waiver wire options |

Patriots Injury Report: Jimmy Garoppolo, Jacoby Brissett Both Questionable | New England Patriots |

FOXBORO, Mass. -- The New England Patriots' final injury report of the week did nothing to clear up the question of which quarterback will start Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.

Trent Williams Once Again Teams Up With ADA For 'Tackle Diabetes'

For a third straight year, Washington Redskins Pro Bowl offensive lineman Trent Williams will be the American Diabetes Association Health Ambassador.