Word on the Street
Breaking news on the New Orleans Saints and stories from around the NFC South.
Alvin Kamara, Anthony Davis snag ESPY nominations | NOLA.com
ESPN awards program set for July 18 in Los Angeles.
Sophomore surge? Saints tackle Ryan Ramczyk could be even better in second season | theadvocate.com
Ryan Ramczyk was still a question mark at this point last year.
Natrell Jamerson, Kamrin Moore's 'football IQ' helping Saints rookies navigate NFL learning curve | theadvocate.com
Natrell Jamerson and Kamrin Moore have a lot in common.
Finding offensive line depth remains one of key questions for Saints this offseason | theadvocate.com
If everything goes according to plan, the New Orleans Saints will open training camp at the end of July with all five members of one of the NFL's best offensive lines healthy and ready to go.
Saints' Benjamin Watson, NFL players respond to Donald Trump's pardon request | NOLA.com
Several players publish New York Times op-ed.
Saints' Alvin Kamara ranks atop NFL.com fantasy football list | NOLA.com
Michael Thomas also gets high rankings among Saints players.
The New Orleans Saints Have to Close Out Games | Last Word on Pro Football
The Saints were ranked 27th last year for points given up in the fourth quarter. Their last three losses were to Minnesota, Tampa Bay, and Atlanta. In those four game the Saints gave up a combination of 40 points in the fourth quarter for the combined games. On average, that’s almost 14 points per game.
Idaho native creating buzz as Saints’ possible next QB. ‘I’ve never seen anyone like him’ | Idaho Statesman
The New Orleans Saints begin their mandatory minicamp June 12 with Taysom Hill battling to become the backup quarterback. The undrafted free agent from BYU and Idaho native is competing with Tom Savage and J.T. Barrett to back up Drew Brees.
Making Sense Of Winston’s Potential Suspension | Pewter Report
As a result of the recent report that Bucs Qb Winston is bracing for a suspension, we give you all the facts of how he might and might not miss games.
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Sean McVay vs. Kyle Shanahan: The NFL’s Best New Coaching Rivalry | SI.com
The budding duel between the NFL’s most-admired offensive trend-setters will be compelling theater in 2018, and likely for years to come
Fant Named 1st Team All-American by Athlon Sports | University of Iowa
University of Iowa junior tight end Noah Fant was named to the Athlon Sports 2018 All-America team, it was announced Tuesday.
Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Terrell Owens Isn't Brainwashing Julio Jones | Bleacher Report
Terrell Owens denies rumors he's influencing Julio Jones ' holdout. The player who could make the Jaguars even more dangerous this year. How to create a monster World Cup team out of NFL players...
World Cup 2018: American immigrants share what it means to watch the tournament | SBNation.com
An exploration of identity among the United States’ immigrant community as the world prepared for 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Chargers Ready to Claim Their Territory (and Fans) in Los Angeles | SI.com
Ahead of the franchise's second season in Los Angeles, the Chargers want to find their own niche in their new home. The product on the field is expected to be there, so will the fans follow?
Trae Young Will Give Oklahoma a Draft ‘Triple Crown’ | WSJ
If Trae Young goes as projected, Oklahoma will have a top-10 pick in the NBA, NFL (Baker Mayfield) and MLB (Kyler Murray) drafts this year.
Brett Favre discusses relationship with Aaron Rodgers in radio interview | Acme Packing Company
The two legendary QBs are at peace with each other, and even spoke on the phone recently about the transition of getting older in the NFL.
Fantasy Football Preview: Top NFC Minicamp Takeaways | DraftKings Playbook
There is a lot of absurd, fluffy rhetoric that emerges during OTAs. Headlines like “XYZ player in the best shape of his life” and “Cowboys want to get Tavon Austin 15-20 touches” can be ignored. But there’s still value in following the news that comes out of these non-contact NFL practices.
Titans' Brian Orakpo wears big baby costume on side of the highway | The Tennessean
Titans linebacker Brian Orakpo spent a recent afternoon wearing a giant baby suit on the side of the highway after losing a bet.