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Carl Nicks #55 (Top 100 Players of 2011) (via hamzazam123) Its recorded straight from tv, but its...

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Carl Nicks #55 (Top 100 Players of 2011) (via hamzazam123) Its recorded straight from tv, but its better than nothing.

NFL.com news: No. 7: Saints-Cowboys tilt gave plenty of reason to be thankful

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Elliott Harrison - nfl.com Overall, a good, enjoyable piece, but join me in the comment section for a few "audits"

Nnamdi Asomugha to the Saints?

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8) New Orleans Saints - The travesty that happened in the playoffs, when Marshawn Lynch made every member of the defense miss twice, is one of the reasons that New Orleans will go after Asomugha. He can bring veteran leadership to a secondary that needs it. The Saints secondary fell off completely without Darren Sharper. Patrick Robinson and Johnny Patrick need to be mentored by Asomugha and not Randall Gay or Tracy Porter. The Saints aren’t too far off from the form that got them to their first Super Bowl championship. The key weakness is the secondary. Why it makes sense for Nnamdi - Asomugha was born in Lafayette, Louisiana but was raised in Los Angeles. I don’t know if he still has ties to Louisiana or New Orleans specifically, but it may factor into the decision. Drew Brees could also help influence Asomugha in heading to New Orleans.Brees runs one of the most high-powered offenses and could sell Asomugha on the fact that he could be the missing piece that will help them repeat what they did a few years ago. I think this guy is reaching a little bit here. He doesn't even mention Greer and Jenkins. Randall Gay? Why even bring him up? It's doubtful he'll even be resigned.

NFL Videos: Most unstoppable offense in the NFL

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Steve Wyche likes the Saints... he wants to go steady with us!

Man this lockout's got my boy darren sharper thinkin abt retiring...1st da fat boys breakup now...

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Man this lockout's got my boy darren sharper thinkin abt retiring...1st da fat boys breakup now this. Smh

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So that's why Bush is too busy to work with teammates.

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He's busy working on his own reality tv show....*sigh*

Sharper looking at the lockout from all angles

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"Even as Darren Sharper discussed how fresh he feels, and how ready he is to extend his highlight-filled pro career to a 15th season, he allowed himself to utter the word, "retirement.""

Green Bay Packers are best NFL organization in 2011 rankings - Saints # 2

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2. New Orleans Saints: 55.5 Owner: 9 Quarterback: 9.5 Coach: 8.5 Front office: 9.5 Coaching staff: 9 Intangibles: 10 Even during a work stoppage, the Saints have sold every ticket for next year. Owner Tom Benson has provided the club with stability and staying power in New Orleans. I never thought I would write that in 2004. Mickey Loomis is an aggressive, savvy general manager. Drew Brees is not only a great quarterback, but the ultimate team leader and representative in the community. HECK YEAH!