New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 9, 2016
Kenny Vaccaro gives the Saints scheme flexibility, and might play bigger role as a pressure player this yearhttps://t.co/XmBoE9sD0l— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) September 9, 2016
Wil Lutz's big bet on Baltimore opportunity pays off in starting job with Saints https://t.co/1BRGli834G— Joel A. Erickson (@JoelAErickson) September 9, 2016
Raiders vs. Saints | Week 1 Preview - NFL Videos
The "Around the NFL" crew breaks down this Week 1 matcup, and discuss whether or not the Saints defense is strong enough to contain the Raiders offense.
Drew Brees' Saints deal creates cap space in 2017, dead money in 2018 - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
In an effort to stay competitive while they still have QB Drew Brees, the New Orleans Saints keep pushing his salary-cap charges to future years.
Check out Saints QB Drew Brees' full contract details, including dollar amounts, salary cap hit, more | Saints | theadvocate.com
Drew Brees signed a team-friendly deal with the Saints, and the official numbers are what was expected.
Defensive coaches reportedly found Chip Kelly offense 'easiest' to prepare for | Larry Brown Sports
Some NFL defensive coaches reportedly found Chip Kelly's offense to be very easy to gameplan against.
49ers notes: No reason to have special plays for Kaepernick, Chip Kelly says | The Sacramento Bee
The last time Kaepernick entered the season as a backup was 2012. Alex Smith was the starter to begin that year, but Kaepernick still was given a handful of snaps early on, mostly on plays in which the quarterback runs the ball.
NFL 2016 Season Preview: Finding Another Carolina - Stampede Blue
We'll look at the Colts schedule to see where they will end up, as well as pick division winners and a Super Bowl Champion. Is there another 80-1 team to make the Super Bowl?
Dancing with the Stars: Calvin Johnson
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson is part of the line-up for the 23rd season of Dancing with the Stars. Here he and dance partner Lindsay Arnold discuss their competitive natures.