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The head of the NFL Players Association called Friday for the re-opening of the probe that led to four players being suspended for their alleged roles in the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said on NBCSports.com's Pro Football Talk Live that rather than close the investigation, he'd like to see the entire process re-opened for additional examination and scrutiny. To that end, Smith plans to talk with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about not only reconsidering reopening the investigation, but also to illustrate the fact that Smith believes the investigation process was flawed and failed. “Frankly, I believe that the investigators let the commissioner down,” Smith said. “Our hope, and certainly it will be a message from me to the league soon, is that given all of the recantations and all of the contradictions and, as exemplified by the video, all of the things that are clearly not clear, shouldn’t we be taking another hard...
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Filmmaker Sean Pamphilon made an appearance on XX 1090 in San Diego with Josh and Charod (via SportsRadioInterviews) to discuss Saints quarterback Drew Brees and the bounty scandal.
Pamphilon believes that Brees knows a lot more about the scandal then people want to believe and that someone should confront him.
“You don’t know if they’re standing by it, because...
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Devin Hester doing his thing (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)
And just like that, Greg Romeus' career may be over. The Saints have waived Romeus from the roster instead of placing him on injured reserve, and the 7th round draft pick in 2011 will now attempt to recover from a major knee injury to prepare himself for a chance to play somewhere in 2013. Without the luxury of a contract next season now, Romeus will have to prove he's 100...
When former Saints FB Mike Karney makes the following statement, you know there is a seriously personal problem.
To read this story and view a slide from the infamous Bounty Gate PowerPoint, please click the link below.
I know I told you all it was time to move on, but with the plethora of news continually pouring out on a daily basis on "bountygate", and with the lack of any other real Saints related news, what else am I going to write about? My main issue with the "evidence" presented continues to be the ridiculous amount of fluff, after the fact exhibits, and useless table...
The St. Paul Saints minor league baseball team is touting it as the wedding of the year. On Friday night, after the Saints play the Sioux Falls Fighting Pheasants, a ceremony will take place, uniting the bride and groom at Midway Stadium.
The lucky couple? Kim Lardashian and Kris Hamphries.
Yes, it's a spoof of the famous celebrities whose marriage last year was shorter than...
[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="594"] Its Clear Saints fans want Drew Brees signed to a new deal.[/caption]
While contract talks between the Saints and quarterback Drew Brees remain in stagnation, an outpouring of support — and frustration — has come emanating out of New Orleans.
As USA Today reported Friday, resident Saints fans — such...
Yeah, sorry, I know. But this is just too good to not post. No way I'm playing this cool.
@SaintsNationBlg That is good!!! I do like to speak in code sometimes, unfortunately this was a legit water balloon fight.— Drew Brees (@drewbrees) June 23, 2012
(PhatzRadio / USA Today) — NEW ORLEANS – As he shuttled a fresh group of passengers in his taxi through the tourist district near the French Quarter, Edmond Belizaire expressed the undeniable sentiment of the locals on the topic of beloved New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees.
Pay the man.
For all the twists stemming from the bounty scandal that has dominated the offseason...