Congratulations to the Philadelphia Eagles, who have earned the right to lose to the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. We’re all very excited for them. Condolences to the Minnesota Vikings, who will have to conduct exit interviews while other teams are preparing to play the Super Bowl in U.S. Bank Stadium. We’re all feeling very sorry for them.
Your New Orleans Saints news:
Man Saints definitely would have put up a better fight than this ⚜️#WhoDat— Reggie Bush (@ReggieBush) January 22, 2018
I want to thank God for the opportunity to do what I love & I still dont know how I was even nominated for #WPMOY . But THANK YOU to everyone who voted, congratulations to all the nominees and the final winner. @BenjaminSWatson nobody more deserving!!! go get em!!!— cameron jordan (@camjordan94) January 21, 2018
Hell right now — The Vikings beat writers in front of me on deadline while Eagles fans knock on the press box window taunting them— Gregg Rosenthal (@greggrosenthal) January 22, 2018
Tony Romo on commentary:— SB Nation (@SBNation) January 22, 2018
"Mmmmmm ... kyyoh-ooooh OHHHHH ... OOOOOH AAAHHHhhhhh"https://t.co/9Wte8KMsPJ
Man! It is so good to see @PatRobinson25 have success in Philly! Such a humble and good-hearted man. Keep going, young brother.— Jabari Greer (@Jabari_Greer) January 22, 2018
#Saints are scheduled to face 2017 playoff teams eight times in 2018, but only 3 times outside New Orleans— John Sigler (@john_siglerrr) January 22, 2018
•Philadelphia Eagles (home)
•Los Angeles Rams (home)
•Pittsburgh Steelers (home)
•Minnesota Vikings (away)
•Carolina Panthers (home/away)
•Atlanta Falcons (home/away)
Here's my annual practice squad churn report for 2017. Colts led the way pic.twitter.com/q2qBceSOEn— Dave Ely (@dely) January 21, 2018
Bill Belichick tried to express human emotion and immediately regretted it pic.twitter.com/rtM36iwHb5— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) January 21, 2018
A Boston/Philly Super Bowl is gonna make for such good stadium fights. I’m excited— Justis Mosqueda (@JuMosq) January 22, 2018
Luke Falk and a Pats scout were literally chatting in the bathroom so here we go— Benjamin Solak (@BenjaminSolak) January 22, 2018
I'm told Steve Wilks will be the next head coach of the Arizona #Cardinals, per source.— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) January 22, 2018
Word on the Street
No more Saints kicker carousel as Wil Lutz proves himself on big stage - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
It's hard to imagine anything will keep Lutz from being locked in as the kicker next season, with hope of another "step up" and bigger kicks to come.
Saints tie team record with seven Pro Bowlers after Larry Warford added to game | Saints | theadvocate.com
The New Orleans Saints tied a team record when the Philadelphia Eagles reached Super Bowl LII on Sunday night.
Special-teams sensation Taysom Hill looking forward to finding his place in Saints' quarterback picture | Saints | theadvocate.com
From the impending free agencies of Drew Brees and Chase Daniel to the ongoing search for Brees' eventual successor in the draft, the quarterback position will draw plenty of attention
Saints' ongoing search for a Drew Brees heir begins in earnest this week at Senior Bowl | Saints | theadvocate.com
The New Orleans Saints have been searching for an heir for a while now.
New Orleans' own Jon Batiste named Endymion's Grand Marshal; Alvin Kamara, Marshon Lattimore named special guests | News | theadvocate.com
The Krewe of Endymion is infusing its parade with some extra local flavor this year, announcing New Orleans' own Jon Batiste as Grand Marshal.
Matt Ryan’s 6 career playoff losses have been against Super Bowl teams - SBNation.com
The road to the Super Bowl goes through Atlanta, I guess.
A David and Goliath Story: The 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars
The Jacksonville Jaguars are back, and they aren't going anywhere, anytime soon.
Senior Bowl Draft Notes; Monday Jan. 22| Draft Analyst
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After A Strong Showing at Shrine Game, Chris Worley Turns Full Attention Toward NFL Combine Preparation | Eleven Warriors
Chris Worley feels good about his performance in the East-West Shrine Game, but remains hard at work as he prepares for the next steps of the NFL draft process.
Husband of USWNT star going to the Super Bowl – ProFootballTalk
The Ertz family was too busy to scoreboard-watch last night. Eagles tight end Zach Ertz was in the midst of the NFC Championship Game, while his wife Julie was playing for the U.S. women’s soccer team.