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Sean Payton was hardly the first head coach to suffer a serious knee injury while standing on the sideline during a football game. The Saints head coach, who is close with Bill Belichick, was injured Sunday when New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham was tackled into him during his team's loss to the Buccaneers. Payton tore his meniscus, broke a bone in his leg and underwent surgery Monday. Belichick noted Monday that a similar situation happened with former Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis when he was the head coach at Notre Dame in 2008. And Belichick said he's been hit...
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The Saints say coach Sean Payton is out of surgery and is expected to remain in the hospital until Tuesday.
Dr. Deryk Jones, who is the Saints' orthopedic surgeon, says surgery to repair a meniscus tear and fractured tibia in Payton's left leg was successful.
He says Payton should be able to return to work by Wednesday but probably won't be able to put weight on his...
New Orleans coach Sean Payton will have surgery Monday after tearing the MCL and fracturing the tibia in his left leg following a collision on the sideline of the Saints game with Tampa Bay.
He spent the second half in the training room watching Sunday's game on television and gave the play calling duties over to offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael.
Payton will have surgery...
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton has a torn MCL and a tibia plateau fracture according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Here is a video of what happened
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New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton underwent successful surgery Monday morning at Ochsner Medical Center to repair his left tibial plateau fracture and lateral meniscal tear, according to a news release from the team. Dr. Deryk Jones performed the surgery, assisted by Dr. Misty Suri. The surgery lasted three hours. Payton will remain overnight in the hospital for observations...
Maybe it’s the bye week, but we did a few double takes today. First, Patriots coach Bill Belichick was stylin’ with a new hoodie. It wasn’t quite as drab as the usual number. He was actually worried this one might catch on with the public.
”You don’t want to make it too popular and take over the gray one,” Belichick cracked when asked about the new hoodie.
Saints Coach Sean Payton coached from a seat on the bench after breaking his leg and tearing a knee ligament in a first-half collision on the sideline.
After yesterday’s Saints-Bucs game, the biggest injury was to Saint’s head coach Sean Payton, who suffered a fractured tibia and torn MCL on the play shown above.
Today, head coach Mike Shanahan remembered a time that he suffered an equally tremendous blow, while serving as head coach for the Denver Broncos.
“Yeah, it has happened,” he said. ”I remember one time...
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FOXBORO, Mass. -- Quarterback Tom Brady missed his second straight day of practice Wednesday for undisclosed reasons. Brady seemed fine in the locker room, so it wouldn't be surprising if he just received a couple days of rest before the Patriots broke camp for the bye-week vacation. Prior to practice, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick didn't even acknowledge Brady's...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (L) talks with head coach Bill Belichick during a timeout in the third quarter of NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins in Miami, Florida September 12, 2011. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
The quarterback has always been the most important position in pro football, even in the days when the running...
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Buccaneers defensive backs coach Jimmy Lake tore his patellar tendon while celebrating Tanard Jackson's pick. He will have surgery during the Bucs' bye week. It was a brutal week for coaches as Saints head coach Sean Payton suffered a torn left MCL and a fractured upper tibia earlier in the game. On QB Drew Brees' first pass attempt of the game, Jimmy Graham and two Bucs...