The Saints making a trade for Antonio Brown isn’t as far-fetched as you might believe. But is it worth it?
Yes, the New Orleans Saints need to re-sign Mark Ingram — and then try to win the Super Bowl together not only next season but for as long as he remains.
With the request of a trade by AD, happening in the same week as the Saints were denied a spot in the Super Bowl, it was like pouring salt into an open wound.
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While it would be accurate to say that James isn’t what you’d consider a household name , he still has managed to make his mark since coming into the NFL.
The New Orleans Saints still have a few holes on their roster that need to be addressed, specifically at TE, DT, WR, O-line, and at safety.
We’re taking a quick look at the free agent players on defense the Saints might target when the 2019 NFL Free Agency period officially gets underway March 13th.
Sean Payton will do everything to help the Saints get back to the playoffs next season. But will it be their last chance with Brees as starting quarterback?
On Sunday, New Orleans showed the world that the Saints can win a Super Bowl without even stepping on the field.
For angry Saints fans, all Goodell managed to do is “tap dance” around the issue.
In his State of the NFL address, Roger Goodell finally spoke on the no-call that many feel cost the Saints the NFC Championship and a trip to the Super Bowl.
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