Found March 18, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
Mark Ingram, RB, New Orleans Saints Player Profile Height/Weight: 5-9/215 Birthdate: 12/21/1989 School: Alabama FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS I need to start by saying I’m sorry to Mark Ingram. I have bashed his fantasy worthiness into the ground for the past couple of seasons and I might be changing my tune. But I said, might be. See what I did there, gave myself an out! Lets just forget about his 2012 start where he never ran for more than 3.3 YPC in any game through October. After that is where we can get a glimpse into what Ingram can bring to fantasy owners. From that point forward, he looked like a new man. Someone that actually had something to prove and someone who looked like he could play in the NFL. To that point, he had been consistently outplayed by Pierre Thomas, Darren Sproles and Christopher Ivory. But in those last couple of months, he averaged over 6.0 YPC twice and over 5.0 four times. What Ingram needs to be a truly useful back in 2013 is for his defense to make a se...

Saints Nation: Saints Sign Ben Watson to Back Up Jimmy Graham and Bring Back Ramon Humber

Tight end has gone from a position completely void of any depth to rock solid in the blink of an eye. The Saints just signed a very good and reliable veteran in Ben Watson to a three year deal. Watson is a very versatile player that's reasonably solid both at receiving and blocking, though he's more a pass catcher, and he'll prove to be very good not only as a backup...

Words of Wisdom: Mark Ingam ain’t broke, so say what you want

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram wants you to know that that it doesn't matter what you say, because he's loaded.

Saints sign TE Ben Watson

According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, the New Orleans Saints have signed free agent tight end Ben Watson to a three-year contract. Saints announce they’ve signed TE Ben Watson to a 3-year deal. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 18, 2013 The 32 year-old Watson played for the Browns for the past three seasons.  He hauled in 49 receptions for 501 yards and 3 touchdowns...

In depth 2013: New Orleans Saints

The Bounty-gate driven absence of Sean Payton, discontent driven by Steve Spagnuolo’s newly-installed defensive schemes and the absence of other coaches and key players caused havoc on the New Orleans Saints in 2012 to the point where not even another exceptional season by Drew Brees could completely turn things around. The Saints can put Bounty-gate behind them now. But questions...

Saints Nation: Update on Saints' 2013 Free Agents Status

I listed the 2013 Saints' free agents in order of importance and obviously a lot has happened since this post on January 31st. I thought this would be a good time to revisit these players and see where each of them stand. UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: 1. Jermon Bushrod, LT: Signed with the Chicago Bears for 5 years and approx $36 million. The Saints are currently left with...

Saints Nation: Sean Payton Speaks

I don't have much for you today so I suggest you head over to and check out Larry Holder's piece on the interview with Sean Payton yesterday. Nice to hear a little bit from coach! Full steam ahead.

Saints Sign TE Ben Watson & LB Ramon Humber

The New Orleans Saints announced that they’ve signed TE Ben Watson to a three-year contract on Monday. The team also announced that LB Ramon Humber was signed to a one-year deal as well. Watson was the primary option at tight end last season for the Cleveland Browns, and graded out as the No. 28 player at his position, according to Pro Football Focus. Watson has received a good...

Saints Sign Former Patriots TE

The New Orleans Saints signed former Patriots TE Ben Watson to replace David Thomas, who was let go earlier this year. Both tight ends were originally Drafted by New England.

Saints meet with Nnamdi Asomugha

According to Matt Maiocco of, free agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha was scheduled to meet with the New Orleans Saints today. ASomugha recently met with the 49ers and was in serious talks about a potential contract, but nothing was ever finalized.   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref =...
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