Look: Pro Football Talk raves about Saints breakout player (Yardbarker)

The New Orleans Saints may be 4-8 and three quarters of the season through what has been one of the most embarrassing in recent years. Their defense is on pace to be the worst ever in terms of yards surrendered. On offense, it’s actually a different story. Pro Football Focus released their top 10 breakout ..

New Orleans Saints: 10 players that could be gone in 2016 (Who Dat Dish)

With four weeks remaining in the New Orleans Saints 2015 season, there’s a real possibility that you could be seeing some respective players suiting up for the final times in the black and gold. It’s a reality that many aren’t willing to accept. Player turnover is a common denominator when you are on the end of a losing ..

REBUILDING THE SAINTS: 2016 Offensive Guard Prospects – (Big Easy Believer)

Rebuilding. The very term itself implies that a long and tedious process is about to get underway, although in the National Football League the length of that process often varies depending upon the degree of emphasis and effort that has been placed on it by the team in need. For the better part of the ..

Saints’ Brandon Browner is penalty king of the NFL (Yardbarker)

New Orleans Saints DB Brandon Browner has brought his penalty game to absurd levels in 2015. So far he has a whopping 21 penalties, all totaling 198 yards. The closest player to his mark (by a wide margin) is Tampa Bay OL Gosder Cherilus, and he only has 14. Per ESPN, here’s how it breaks down:  

Rex Ryan's brother spending week in Buffalo (The Associated Press) (Yahoo Sports)

Rob Ryan, Rex Ryan’s twin brother, has been spending time at Bills practices as Buffalo prepares for Sunday’s game against Philadelphia. Rob Ryan was fired as defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints in mid-November and was spotted leaving the practice field with the team on Wednesday and Thursday dressed in full Bills attire.  

Saints’ beat-up secondary braces for Bucs’ Winston (Yardbarker)

METAIRIE, La. (AP) As far as Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro can tell, the rematch of New Orleans’ beleaguered secondary against rookie Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston could be more challenging than their first encounter. Winston has become more consistent, more decisive and more productive since posting his first career victory in the Superdome of Week ..