2011 NFL Draft Grades: New Orleans Saints Look Super with Draft Results

The New Orleans Saints are certain to be a Super Bowl-contender this year, but after a very successful draft they may be the team to beat. The Saints attacked this draft from round one, drafting players who match their needs and have high ceilings. The draft is very objective and anything can happen in the ..

2011 NFL Draft Results: New Orleans Saints Select Nate Bussey

With the 243rd pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, our awesome COMPENSATORY SELECTION  for the 7th round, your New Orleans Saints have chosen Nate Bussey, LB out of Illinois. Not much info on this guy.  His nfl.com profile page simply lists his college and athletic conference. I kid you not. I didn’t even hear the bobbleheads on NFL Network say ..

New Orleans Saints wrap up draft with OLB Nathan Bussey

With the 243rd pick in the 2011 NFL draft, the Saints grabbed their second linebacker from the University of Illinois, going with OLB Nate Bussey. The team selected former Illini linebacker Martez Wilson in the third round on Friday. Bussey’s pick is another low-risk, high-reward selection by the Saints. In his four-year playing career, Bussey ..

2011 NFL Draft Results: New Orleans Saints Select Greg Romeus

With the 226th pick in the 2001 NFL Draft, the team’s first in the 7th round, your New Orleans Saints have chosen the intriguing Greg Romeus, a defensive end out of Pittsburgh. What makes him intriguing?  Well, he didn’t play for much of his senior year because of injury, although he was the Big East Defensive ..

New Orleans Saints draft Greg Romeus with first seventh-round pick

On Saturday, the final day of the NFL draft, the Saints did not have a pick in the fourth, fifth and sixth round. Over six hours after the beginning of the draft on Saturday, the team was finally on the clock. With the first of their two seventh-round picks, the Saints selected former Pittsburgh defensive ..

Reggie Bush’s Money-Ego, Impacted by Ingram Pick | Payton Not Worried

Shortly after the Saints moved back into the first round of the 2011 NFL draft to select Alabama running back Mark Ingram, Reggie Bush tweeted, “it’s been fun New Orleans.” One could guess that this means that Bush believes that he is on his way out in New Orleans. He could be right if he ..