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The New Orleans Saints agreed to a five-year deal with linebacker Curtis Lofton, the team announced Saturday.Financial terms of the deal were not released.Loften started all but one game over four seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, registering 352 tackles and four sacks.The 25-year-old was named an All-American and Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year in 2007 as a member of the Oklahoma Sooners.
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This weekend former Atlanta Falcons player Curtis Lofton made the decision to sign with the rival New Orleans Saints. The Falcons had made up their mind that Curtis wasn't part of their future plans when they opted to sign former pro bowler Lofa Tatupu.
Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times Picayune has an article up on Lofton and there is a very...
Former Atlanta Falcons linebacker Curtis Lofton has agreed to a five-year contract with the New Orleans Saints.
Lofton, who was an unrestricted free agent, started all 16 games at middle linebacker for the Falcons last season. Jonathan Vilma is the Saints' current starting linebacker and defensive captain, but Lofton also has the ability to play other linebacker spots.
Curtis Lofton Will Be Swapping Colors From This Picture Next Season
ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting tonight that former Atlanta Falcons linebacker Curtis Lofton has reached a 5-year deal with the New Orleans Bounty Hunters...err...Saints. Terms of the deal yet to be disclosed. Lofton became a free agent this season, and it had been reported that he was in talks with...
Even more shocking news is coming out involving former Saints’ Defensive Coordinator Gregg Williams. Williams was recently suspended indefinitely by the NFL for his part in the sad story that is the New Orleans Saints’ bounty program.
According to an anonymous player, before a 2006 Monday Night Football game, Williams placed a $15,000 bounty on Minnesota Vikings quarterback...
Times may get hard for suspended New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton, as ESPN is reporting that the coach will lose up towards $5.8 million -- due to the NFL suspension he received from the league of his knowledge of the bounty program that was taking place with the Saints.Payton suspension will begin on April 1 with the suspension ending the day after Super Bowl XLVII, on...
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma breaks up a pass intended for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward during action at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans on October 31, 2010. UPI/A.J. Sisco
Mickey Loomis says that middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma is “still
a big part of our team,” but the Saints’ latest signing would suggest that the GM is blowing...
During his impending year away from coaching the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League, for his suspension due to the bounty scandal, will Sean Payton entertain offers to become a pundit and prognosticator?
Should he be allowed to?
Sean Payton celebrates the Saints' Super Bowl title. (Photo by Derek Bridges via Wikimedia Commons)
How Will Sean Payton Spend His Year...
Just about every player or coach involved in the New Orleans Saints‘ bounty scandal has issues with the NFL’s investigation and resultant punishment of Sean Payton and the Saints franchise. New Denver Broncos cornerback Tracy Porter, who played his first four seasons with the Saints, is among them.
Porter told reporters in a conference call this morning that he was...
Commissioner Roger Goodell came down, and came down hard on the Saint’s with a landry list of fines and suspensions. Goodell has suspended Payton for a full season, Williams for an indefinite period, assistant coach Joe Vitt for six games, and GM Mickey Loomis for eight games. A $500,000 fine for the team and the [...]
It wont be All Saints Week, or Tim Tebow Total Excess at the annual meeting of the NFL owners this week at posh Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach., Fla.
The Saints are certain to be the overriding topic at Commissioner Roger Goodells press conference on Monday because of the harsh penalties levied by Goodell last week for the bounty program they ran from 2009-2011.
And the ramifications...
The defensive back who once helped deny Peyton Manning his second Super Bowl title now wants to help the veteran quarterback hoist another trophy.
Tracy Porter picked off a Manning pass in the Super Bowl two years ago and raced 74 yards for a touchdown, sealing the win for the New Orleans Saints.
That solidified Porter's legacy as a playmaker.
But the ensuing bounty scandal...
Saints fans have the filthiest mouths I have ever heard in my life
— Roddy White (@roddywhiteTV) March 21, 2012
Just got back from Bahamas...It was a great trip...Top three(3) in my entire life...Back home in Atlanta, GA
— Harry Douglas (@HDouglas83) March 20, 2012