All Things Saints: Your Daily News 5/28 (Who Dat Dish)

There isn’t a ton of information to bring to you today Who Dat Nation, but let’s just be thankful we did not have any injuries to report from OTAs yesterday (see Domenik Hixon of the Chicago Bears & Sean Lee of the Dallas Cowboys). Here’s the news items for today: Ramon Antonio Vargas | The Advocate | ..

New Orleans Saints’ workers comp bill scrapped this session

Louisiana lawmakers are getting out of a dispute between New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson and his players about how to handle workers compensation claims for professional athletes. Click to read the original Saints article by buzz: new orleans saints.

Sponsor of New Orleans Saints bill opposed by players pulls legislation

The sponsor of New Orleans Saints-backed legislation, which the NFL Players Association and a number of Saints players have publicly opposed because it would reduce injury benefits for players during the offseason, has decided to pull the bill. Rep. Click to read the original Saints article by buzz: new orleans saints.

McMullen was an unlikely hero for Tigers at SEC Tourney (WWL TV)

Sean McMullen was on antibiotics for a ruptured salivary duct in his mouth after visiting a doctor Sunday morning. He had hit only one home run since April 12 and was batting in the .280s. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports

Nagin ordered to hand over more than $501, 000

A federal judge says former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin will have to forfeit more than $ 501,000 as a result of his conviction on bribery and other charges. Click to read the original Saints article by buzz: new orleans saints.

New Orleans Saints Undrafted Free Agents: Sergio Castillo (Who Dat Dish)

The New Orleans Saints have a long history of finding valuable undrafted free agents, and they are hoping 2014 is no different. Today we focus on one of these prospects, kicker Sergio Castillo from West Texas A&M. Over his five years on campus, Castillo established himself as one of the most consistent kickers in college football. The La Joya, Texas ..