C.J. Spiller will play a significant role as the New Orleans Saints attempt to replace Mark Ingram, who is undergoing shoulder surgery. Tim Hightower will also see snaps.
The NFL is making Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown pay for his touchdown celebration. The league hit Brown with an $ 11,576 fine on Wednesday after he jumped into the goalpost and wrapped his legs around the padding during the Steelers’ 45-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. “I got a little fine for it,” ..
No one commits penalties like Brandon Browner
It would be nice if someday the NFL would no longer be known as the No Fun League, but the No Fine League instead. The uniform violations are ridiculous and if a player does something wrong on the field he should be penalized right then and there–not after the game film has been carefully viewed ..
The Saints put Mark Ingram on injured reserve yesterday, and he’s wasting no time getting ready for next year. According to Evan Woodbery of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Ingram is having surgery today to repair a torn left rotator cuff. Dr. James Andrews is performing the surgery. “He knew, the club knew, that he was going to have… ..
FB Austin Johnson promoted to the active roster
If you’re a fan of the New Orleans Saints, then you already know that life hasn’t always been easy following the boys in Black and Gold. That’s because you either grew up as a fan during the times when the Saints weren’t always so good as they were in the most recent years of their history ..
Nose tackle John Jenkins (concussion), cornerback Brian Dixon (abdomen) and offensive tackle Terron Armstead (knee) also didn’t practice. Receiver Marques Colston took a routine veteran’s day.
THE BIG EASY BLITZ, featuring host John Hendrix (Saints writer for the Biloxi (Mississippi) Sun-Herald newspaper and WDSU TV Channel 6 New Orleans) and analyst Barry Hirstius, Editor and Columnist of the Big Easy Believer — as they come to you LIVE as part of the Saints News Network’s line-up of programming devoted to weekly ..
Having already matched their win total from the past two seasons, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers appear poised to accomplish more. A four-win team in 2013 that followed with two fewer victories last season, Tampa Bay (6-6) wasn’t expected to be much of a factor in 2015. “We’ve been saying for a while we’re getting better, ..
<img alt=”” src=”https://cdn3.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/1AZM54MGuRYkexmFYY9ZLL70J8s=/0x86:1916×1363/400×267/cdn0.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/47835171/usa-today-8821923.0.jpg” /> <p>Week 13 once again saw the Saints failing to hold onto a late lead, as their defense fell to pieces. Now we enter Week 14 and we take a look at what the Saints, as well as the rest of the league have on deck.</p> <p>The <a target=”_blank” href=”http://www.sbnation.com/nfl/teams/new-orleans-saints” class=”sbn-auto-link”>New Orleans Saints</a> ..
Saints' Drew Brees: 'Let's see how good we can get'