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“I feel good“. That’s how Jairus Byrd ended his latest interview session with the media that you can find on neworleanssaints.com. Yesterday the Saints practiced at Mandeville High, with over 6000 screaming fans attending the event. Jairus Byrd, who was just cleared to take part in team drills, immediately showed his skills with two interceptions. Here’s one of ..
For the New Orleans Saints, it was just another practice. But for north shore residents and those associated with Mandeville High School, Wednesday’s visit from the boys in black and gold was quite the treat. In front of nearly 7,000 fans, some of whom lined a fence around Sidney Theriot Stadium, the Saints went through ..
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Forget taking small steps. New Orleans Saints safety Jairus Byrd has shown up with a vengeance. The Saints’ top free-agent acquisition this offseason took the field for a full practice for the first time Tuesday and then Wednesday night he was all over the field. Byrd, a three-time All-Pro with the Buffalo Bills, showed all ..
NOTE: Thursday's Saints practice has been moved inside and will be closed to the public. Mandeville Packed: The Saints held a night practice at Mandeville High School, and it was a standing room only crowd. The players seemed to enjoy the interaction with the fans on hand and even admitted to having some flash backs ..
MANDEVILLE, La. — A daily review of the hot topics coming out of New Orleans Saints training camp: It didn’t take long for safety Jairus Byrd to start living up to his reputation as a ball hawk. In just his second practice doing full team drills, Byrd had two interceptions (one in full team and ..
Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the ..
With Pennsylvania’s Taney Dragons one win away from the U.S. championship game in Williamsport, 13-year-old phenom Mo’Ne Davis took the mound hoping for another dominant performance, but Nevada’s high-powered offense forced her off the mound early. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports