Forum: Saints News Posted By: Andrus Post Time: 04-30-2011 at 09:49 PM
Grading a draft immediately after it concludes is akin to giving your compliments to the chef before the meal has been served. Sure, the food might sound good (or bad) based on the ingredients listed on the menu, but the true evaluation won't come until after the product has…
Coach’s post-draft press conference transcript
General Manager wraps up 2011 NFL draft
On Saturday, the Saints had only two selections, both in the seventh round. And with them, they continued in the direction they had gone the first two days of the draft: defense. By selecting Pittsburgh defensive end Greg Romeus and Illinois linebacker Nate Bussey, the Saints ensured that their defense will continue to get younger. They operated in principal ..
Transcript of his conference call with New Orleans media
H Atlanta Falcons: B- I generally reward teams with high grades for aggression on draft day. I also understand the need to surround Matt Ryan with weapons and believe that Julio Jones is a top-10 talent. However, let's put Atlanta's trade up for Jones into perspective
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Jordan and Ingram highlight the Saints class
Saints GM recaps the Saints six selections in the 2011 NFL Draft
Sean Payton said the Saints will be ready to go the moment undrafted free agency for rookies opens
Sean Payton on rookies playing right away with the labor issues pushing things back: "I think some players handle it more easy than others. So it’s hard to predict. You hope guys can jump right in, but I think it’s hard to put a handle on."
Sean Payton on rookies playing right away with the labor issues pushing things back: “I think some players handle it more easy than others. So it’s hard to predict. You hope guys can jump right in, but I think it’s hard to put a handle on.”