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Saints' Graham has new deal NFL Football 07/15/2014
Metairie, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - The New Orleans Saints and tight end Jimmy Graham have agreed to terms of a new contract. The Pro Bowl star announced the news on his Twitter account Tuesday morning, although he did not disclose any terms. The Saints also did not release contract details in a brief statement on their website. "It's official I'm bleeding black and gold this morning!" wrote Graham. "Thank you WhoDatNation for all the support." Reports on Monday had indicated that the sides were working toward a
Saints' Graham appeals tight end ruling NFL Football 07/14/2014
(SportsNetwork.com) - Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints has appealed arbitrator Stephen Burbank's recent ruling that he is a tight end for franchise tag purposes. NFL.com reported the news just hours before the Monday night deadline. Burbank ruled earlier this month that Graham is indeed a tight end. His appeal will now go to a three-person panel. The NFL Players Association had filed a grievance on behalf of Graham in May, arguing that he deserved to be designated as a wide receiver under the franchise tag
Jimmy Graham ruled a tight end NFL Football 07/03/2014
layer to be designated as a tight end for Franchise Tag purposes," the NFLPA said in a statement. "We will advise Graham of his options and carefully determine next steps in this matter. We will also continue to assist Graham and his representation as necessary to help the player reach a fair long-term deal with the New Orleans Saints." Graham caught 86 passes for 1,215 yards with a career-high 16 touchdowns last season. He has 301 catches for 3,863 yards with 41 touchdowns in 62 games over his four-year career.
Extra Points: Offseason update, the NFC edition NFL Football 06/26/2014
icant legal issues. The depth chart at receiver for the Panthers is headlined by C-level free agent pickups Jerricho Cotchery and Jason Avant, along with rookie Kelvin Benjamin while converted right tackle Byron Bell is penciled in to replace Gross. New Orleans Saints: Despite having little salary-cap room at the beginning of free agency the Saints were able to bring in a difference maker for the back end of their defense in former Buffalo safety Jairus Byrd. He, along with fellow safety Kenny Vaccaro and cornerb
Extra Points: Chip finally gets his Beau NFL Football 06/03/2014
He was replaced by former LSU standout Bennie Logan, who flashed at times in his rookie season but at just over 300 pounds is a bit undersized to anchor the middle of Philadelphia's 3-4 scheme. That was never more obvious in the postseason when the New Orleans Saints -- the same Saints known for their explosive passing game and inability to win away from the Superdome -- rammed the ball down the Eagles' throats en route to a 26-24 wild-card win, the franchise's first-ever road playoff win. Eagles first-year star
Saints sign Goodwin, Deaderick NFL Football 06/03/2014
Metairie, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - The New Orleans Saints signed center Jonathan Goodwin and defensive lineman Brandon Deaderick to one-year contracts on Tuesday. Goodwin, who played for the Saints from 2006-10, started all 48 games over the past three seasons with the San Francisco 49ers. Originally selected by the New York Jets in the fifth round of the 2002 NFL Draft, Goodwin has appeared in 181 career games with 108 starts. He hasn't missed a start since 2008. Deaderick played in 13 games with one start for
Saints' Byrd undergoes back surgery NFL Football 05/29/2014
Metairie, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - New Orleans Saints safety Jairus Byrd, who inked a six-year contract with the team this offseason, had minor surgery Thursday to relieve a disc issue in his back. Byrd, a five-year vet who had spent his entire career with the Buffalo Bills, had a minor procedure that "didn't need to be done," according to Saints head coach Sean Payton. Both Byrd and the team agreed that the best option was to get the problem cleared up. "He'll start up with training camp with no problem," said
2014 College Football Hall of Fame class announced Division I College Football 05/22/2014
The five-time Pro Bowl selection led the league in receiving three times before his retirement. Roaf, a Louisiana Tech offensive lineman from 1990-92, was the Bulldogs' first All-American offensive lineman since 1946. The eighth overall pick by the New Orleans Saints in the 1993 NFL Draft, Roaf was an 11-time Pro Bowl selection during his 13-year career with the Saints and Kansas City Chiefs. Bellotti went 137-80-2 at Chico State, California (1984-88) and Oregon (1995-2008). The winningest coach in Oregon footba
Saints sign first-round pick Cooks NFL Football 05/19/2014
Metairie, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - The New Orleans Saints have signed wide receiver Brandin Cooks to a four-year contract. Cooks was selected with the 20th overall pick of the 2014 draft. The Oregon State product was the 2013 Biletnikoff winner as the nation's top receiver after catching 128 passes for 1,730 yards with 16 touchdowns as a junior. In 38 games, including 29 starts, during three seasons with the Beavers, Cooks hauled in 226 passes for 3,272 yards with 24 touchdowns.
Saints sign paralyzed ex-Tulane safety NFL Football 05/17/2014
Metairie, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - On the same day he graduated from Tulane University, former Green Wave safety Devon Walker was able to achieve another of his dreams. The New Orleans Saints paid tribute to the paralyzed ex-player by signing him to a contract on Saturday. Walker, a team captain for the Green Wave in 2012, fractured two vertebrae in his spinal cord when he collided with a teammate while attempting to make a tackle in a game at Tulsa on September 8 of that year. The injury left him paralyzed from

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