Found November 01, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
The New Orleans Saints released CB Chris Carr on Friday, according to his agent Buddy Baker. Baker adds that he expects Carr to find a new team some time soon. Carr, 30, was signed as a street free agent back in September and appeared in five games for the Saints this season. He totaled eight tackles and an interception during his time with the Saints. New Orleans will move forward with Jabari Greer, Keenan Lewis, Corey White and Rod Sweeting as their cornerbacks.   The post Saints Release CB Chris Carr appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.

Baby dressed as an adorable (and crying) Rob Ryan for Halloween

What we have here is an adorable baby dressed up like Rob Ryan for Halloween. Did the buffet run out on the little costumed guy?

QB Drew Brees says there is a huge difference between similar passing numbers from 2012

New Orleans QB Drew Brees said that though his passing numbers are roughly the same as last year, there is a big difference on how it has translated to wins.

Saints injury report: Marques Colston, Jimmy Graham

The Saints will once again be faced with several game-time decisions on Sunday as they travel to the Meadowlands to battle the Jets. A number of starters on both sides of the ball were limited in the practice week. Star wideout Marques Colston missed practice this week due to a knee injury and is questionable. Colston has had a history of knee problems, so hopefully this doesn...

Archie Manning, Rickey Jackson, Willie Roaf will be added to the Saints ring of honor

The New Orleans Saints have announced that they plan on adding Rickey Jackson, Archie Manning and Willis Roaf to their ring of honor during November 10th’s game against the Cowboys. The New Orleans Saints announced today their inaugural class for the team’s Ring of Honor that will pay tribute to former players and administrators who have played significant roles both on-the-field...

Saints' WR Colston, LB Vilma uncertain vs. Jets

The status of Saints receiver Marques Colston and linebacker Jonathan Vilma remains unclear as New Orleans winds down its week of preparation for Sunday's game against the Jets in New York. Colston, who has only six catches for 44 yards in his past three games, missed Friday's practice with an unspecified knee injury. Vilma has practiced the past two weeks without any apparent...

New Orleans Saints look to build momentum against Jets

The New Orleans Saints (6-1) will make the trip to Metlife stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey to take on the New York Jets (4-4). The Saints will look to build off their momentum after defeating another AFC East opponent last week in the Buffalo Bills while the Jet will look to bounce back after being blown out by Cincinnati Bengals. This game will be a family reunion of sorts...

Colston, Vilma uncertain vs. Jets

The status of Saints receiver Marques Colston and linebacker Jonathan Vilma remained unclear as New Orleans wound down its week of preparation for Sunday's game against the Jets in New York. Colston, who has only six catches for 44 yards in his past three games, missed Friday's practice with an unspecified knee injury. Vilma has practiced the past two weeks without any...

Saints activate Jonathan Vilma

The New Orleans Saints have activated linebacker Jonathan Vilma from the short-term injured reserve list Saturday. Vilma will be eligible to play for the first time this season on Sunday against the New York Jets. “Fortunately I was able to take that long, almost like an extended rehab period. It was definitely for the better,” Vilma said Friday, via ESPN. “Back [in Week 1...

Film Room Checkup: Marques Colston

Hey all. My name is Sam Mayers and I am a new contributor to The Fake Football. I will be doing a new weekly feature called “Film Room Checkup” where I will examine a few high profile fantasy players who had poor weeks to see what went wrong. There are many things that you can find on film that you cannot see during a game broadcast. This information can sometimes help us get...

Cheesy pic from Rex and Rob Ryan’s college graduation is all kinds of awesome (photo)

Sweet sassy molassey, people. Would you get a load of that? Courtesy of the Twitter account of New York Post sportswriter Bart Hubbuch comes this delightfully nostalgic photo of New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan posing alongside his twin brother, New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, at their college graduation from Southwestern Oklahoma in […]The post Cheesy pic...

Jimmy Graham Hopes To Play More Snaps This Week

Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (foot) was able to practice all week and hopes to play more than the 18 snaps he played in Week 8 against Buffalo when New Orleans takes on the Jets Sunday. SOURCE: ESPN.comFantasy Spin:"Hopefully I'll be able to play more, but that's all on Sean (Payton) and all of our coaches and our doctors and what they think," Graham said. "...

Rob Ryan keeping jokes minimal during Jets week

Rob Ryan is portraying himself as the more serious brother this week. Albeit with a self-serving jab mixed in. The Saints' defensive coordinator greeted reporters Friday by holding up the plain white back side of a play chart. The message was that he wasn't going to try to one-up his brother - Jets head coach Rex Ryan - in his game-week media session because he was more...

New Orleans Saints at New York Jets: 3 Bold Predictions

The New Orleans Saints march into Met Life Stadium to play the New York Jets.  Yep, it will be brother against brother.  It will be a juggernaut offense against an improving defense.  It is an improved defense going against a rookie quarterback.  It will be patterns adhered or broken?Geno Smith will break two season habitsIt has been Smith's pattern to play better on odd...

Four Point Stance: Saints at Jets

BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets have yet to string together consecutive wins or losses through eight games. They'll be hard-pressed to maintain that pattern with the high-powered New Orleans Saints coming to town.Drew Brees has been Drew Brees, and in one offseason, the Saints' defense has made one of the most dramatic turnarounds in NFL history from a production standpoint...

NFC South: Midseason Awards

As we settle at the season’s halfway point, we can definitively say that the NFC South did not turn out as initially advertised. With Sean Payton returning to the sidelines in New Orleans, we all had a feeling that the Saints would be good once again. But this good? And what about Carolina? The Panthers, who started 1-3, managed to break away from their seasonal woes and ride an...
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