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New Orleans Saints LB Will Herring (#53) during training camp (Source daylife.com)The New Orleans Saints thought they had snagged a suitable linebacker during free agency when they signed former Seattle Seahawks linebacker Will Herring. However, Herring seems to have hit a snag of his own in the last month. … [visit site to read more]Could New Orleans Saints LB Will Herring be headed to injured reserve? - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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New Orleans Saints veteran center Olin Kreutz is leaving the team because he has become dispassionate about football, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported Friday.
Kreutz's agent, Mark Bartelstein, told the newspaper that his client "no longer feels passion and doesn't want to just collect (a) paycheck."
Kreutz, 34, was released by the Bears in preseason and...
The New Orleans Saints waived center Olin Kreutz on Saturday.
On Friday, the news of Olin Kreutz’s departure from the Saints came out of the blue. The 14th-year player, who had spent all of his career before 2011 with the Bears, decided that he had lost his passion for the game, and that he didn’t want to simply collect a paycheck. Despite swirling rumors that…
It has been nearly two years since the New Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts played each other in the Superbowl. The Colts will travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints in the Mercedes-Benz superdome for Sunday night football.
Last week the Saints lost 26-20 against the Tampa Buccaneers bringing them to a tie for the NFC South division. The Saints also lost their head...
The Indianapolis Colts at the New Orleans Saints. It was being billed at the beginning of the 2011 season as the rematch of Super Bowl XLIV. With Indianapolis now bearing an 0-6 record and Peyton Manning presumably sitting in a suite inside the Superdome for this particular matchup, it becomes something well short of any kind of a real rematch on second thought.
The Saints, meanwhile...
Ex-Bear decided he didn't want to play anymore, agent saysA little more than two months after closing the door on the Bears, Olin Kreutz has closed the door on the Saints.
Center Olin Kreutz has told the New Orleans Saints that his playing days are over, informing the team that he has lost his passion for football.
Drew Brees found Marques Colston twice in the end zone, and the Saints took advantage of two turnovers to bolt to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter of Sunday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
NEW ORLEANS -- Jimmy Graham no longer is a secret weapon for the New Orleans Saints. From now on, the second-year tight end expects to see a lot of defenses focus on him, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did in their 26-20 victory last Sunday.