Things To Look Forward To: The Saints Defense, Part 1 (Yardbarker)

  New Orleans Saints outside linebacker Parys Haralson (98) walks away from the pile after denying a Tampa Bay Buccaneers attempt for a first down.  Haralson led all Saints linebackers in stop percentage with 70.37% of his tackles coming for loss or no gain.  He signed a one-year deal with the Saints to compete for ..

All Things Saints: Your Daily News 6/6 (Who Dat Dish)

It’s Friday Who Dat Nation! I trust everyone has had a great week, and hope you have a great weekend. Here’s a host of articles to pass along to you today, as we wrap up OTAs this week. Mike Triplett | ESPN | Jonathan Goodwin happy to be ‘home’ “I’ve always known that I wanted ..

Gatorade apologizes over LeBron-related tweets (WWL TV)

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Gatorade apologized Friday for comments posted to the company’s Twitter feed after Miami Heat star LeBron James cramped up and had to leave Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports

Kentucky gives Calipari 7-year, $52.5 million deal (WWL TV)

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky gave coach John Calipari a seven-year, $ 52.5 million contract extension that will pay a base package of $ 6.5 million next season and $ 8 million over each of the final three seasons. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports

Fish and Game: Free fishing days (WWL TV)

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Morgan getting career and life back on track


Fri, 06 Jun 2014 03:33:29 GMT
By BRIAN ALLEE-WALSH
Special to The Advocate

In due time, New Orleans Saints wide receiver Joe Morgan hopes to have his life and career back on track. For now, it continues to be an ongoing process, both on the field and off.
On the field, Morgan said he is about “80 percent’’ back from undergoing r..

For Vaccaro, reward worth risk of injury


Fri, 06 Jun 2014 03:30:02 GMT
By Gary Estwick
Special to The Advocate

Saints strong safety Kenny Vaccaro is one season, $1.7 million and two concussions into his NFL career.
It’s a caveat Vaccaro, known for his self-proclaimed “reckless” style of play, said Thursday is unavoidable yet worth the long-term health risks.
Why..

Saints’ Payton: ‘It’s not all new anymore’


Fri, 06 Jun 2014 03:30:01 GMT
By Ted lewis
tlewis@theadvocate.com

Last year, at every step along the way — the Senior Bowl, the draft, OTAs, minicamp, the opening of training camp, before the first exhibition game and before the first regular-season game — the inevitable question came Saints coach Sean Payton’s way — “H..