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New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma and defensive end Will Smith have a busy few days coming up. Thursday night, they will play a crucial game against the Falcons in Atlanta. Friday morning, they will be in Washington, D.C., as part of their appeal of suspensions handed down in the Saints' bounty scandal. ESPN.com reported that the NFL Players Association will provide a private plane for the players to use for their travels after the arbitrator, former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue, refused to move back the timing of testimony by ex-Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Lawyers for Vilma and Smith will be cross-examining Williams. "We will definitely be there Friday," Smith said, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. "They're accusing us of things we didn't do. That's part of the things that we wanted all along was to face our accusers. We won't get a chance to be there for Mike Cerullo's (testimony) on Thursd...
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Drew Brees says that the bounty issue that made headlines across the nation was nothing but a sham.
He also said that instead of dividing the Saints locker room, it has brought them together.
As the Saints make their final push for the playoffs, Brees is simply saying that whatever the NFL was trying, didn’t work.
Saints defensive end Will Smith says he and linebacker Jonathan Vilma will be present Friday when their lawyers cross examine former New Orleans defensive coordinator Gregg Williams in Washington, D.C.
Williams appears at a bounty hearing on Friday morning, according to a schedule set by Paul Tagliabue. The former NFL commissioner has been appointed to oversee the latest round of...
When Curtis Lofton was with the Falcons he was thought of as a stand-up guy. As a team guy. Apparently, the Falcons did a great job covering up the fact that he's just a guy with his head up his ass.
It's no secret that Lofton wanted to stay with Atlanta last season but wasn't brought back as the Falcons wanted to go in a different direction with their defense...
While the New Orleans Saints are expected to have wide
receivers Marques Colston and Lance Moore, who each exited last Sunday’s game with
head injuries, when they take on the Atlanta Falcons tonight, they will be without
six players, including wide receiver Courtney Roby.
Colston and Moore did not appear on the team’s injury report
this week despite leaving last weekend’s...
The New Orleans Saints received some hard-boiled razzing Wednesday night when Atlanta airport workers hurled eggs at their team bus after they arrived. Tight end Jimmy Graham, linebacker Will Herring and quarterback Chase Daniel tweeted about the situation Wednesday night at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. "Bus just got egged after landing in ATL by the...
The Saints-Falcons rivalry is as legit as they come.
Want proof? On Wednesday night, when the Saints were boarding buses at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, a few Saints players accused airport employees of egging their bus.
The Saints are in town for a Thursday night battle with the Falcons at the Georgia dome.
Check out the tweets below from Jimmy Graham, Chase Daniel...
The Saints and Falcons tangle in Atlanta tonight. And if the game wasn’t big enough, workers at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport apparently egged the charter bus the Saints used when they arrived in Atlanta Wednesday night.
A couple of Saints players took to Twitter to give firsthand accounts of the egging.
Wow, as we’re boarding buses on the Tarmac @ Atlanta airport, we...
The New Orleans Saints will visit the Atlanta Falcons for a Thursday night game. The game which will be played in the Georgia Dome has an 8:20 p.m. EST kickoff.
While the two teams are on opposite sides of the playoff race this one figures to be a lot closer then the teams individual records. The Saints have been vastly improved since the return of interim coach Joe Vitt but they...
Tight end Jimmy Graham and backup quarterback Chase Daniel of the New Orleans Saints both tweeted Wednesday night that workers at Atlanta's Hartfield-Jackson International Airport egged the Saints' bus as the team arrived in town for its game against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday night.
Very classy A-Town. That's why I'm a Braves fan. Just doing what you...
Drew Brees and Matt Ryan are two of the top fantasy options at the quarterback position in week thirteen. The Saints struggle on the road and the Falcons excel at home which leads us to believe that the Saints may be throwing a little more thus leading to Brees being ranked ahead of Ryan this week in my rankings.
RGIII has a date with the New York Football Giants on Monday...
Right from the start, the NFL said Gregg Williams was in charge of a pay-for-pain bounty system with the New Orleans Saints.
The former defensive coordinator - who told the league about others' involvement - was being cross-examined Friday by lawyers for players appealing their suspensions in the case.
And two of those players, Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma and defensive...