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Saints tight end Jimmy Graham missed Wednesday's practice due to a wrist injury which has plagued him all season. It shouldn't keep him out of Sunday's game.Fantasy Spin:It could be part of the reason Graham leads the NFL in dropped passes. Despite that, he's still caught 76 balls for 867 yards and eight touchdowns and is a stud at his position.
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The New Orleans Saints have professionally been given a reason to say ‘ bah humbug’ as other teams cruise towards the playoffs and they prepare for the end of a grueling season.
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Marques Colston never goes out of his way to be noticed.
He became the New Orleans Saints' all-time leader in touchdowns scored this season with 56, yet does not have a touchdown dance. He seldom appears in commercials, and is often hard to find when the locker room at team headquarters is open to reporters.
At Dallas last Sunday, Colston's 10 catches for 153 yards put...
It's appropriate here to pay tribute to TV's most famous coroner, Mr. Jack Klugman, who passed away Christmas Eve at age 90. Take care, sir, and remember: on those notes that Tony Randall left you in the beyond, "F.U." is nothing vulgar. In case you forget.This week's stuffing of the stiffs provides a challenge for the Football Nation ME's office, as a quartet...
History will show that in the wake of the NFL's bounty investigation of the New Orleans Saints, the club missed the playoffs for the first time in four years.
Saints players and coaches have said throughout the season they wouldn't allow the probe and resulting suspensions to become an excuse for failure.
At the same time, few at Saints headquarters completely discount...
Pro Bowl rosters were announced and only two Saints players made it to the starting roster this year. Guard Jahri Evans is headed to the game for the fourth year in a row, and punter Thomas Morstead who is one game away from breaking the all time net yards average record for a season is a first timer. While both are very much deserved, Evans' place amongst the elite group is...
Andrew Juge of The Saints Nation stops by for a Holiday Recap of the Dallas win and why the Saints melting down with a two score lead was a good thing. Ralph argues Marques Colston is now one of the five greatest Saints of all time. Why did Saints interim coaching plan flop? Andrew has a great theory. Jimmy Graham's game saving play showed everything we love about him and the...