Found September 23, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported that the Saints might end up trading running back Mark Ingram. Saints head coach Sean Payton told that any trade report regarding running back Mark Ingram are ”completely false” and have “zero credibility.” There’s no doubt that Ingram has been a first round bust so far for New Orleans.  Even if they did want to trade him,  I don’t think they would get much in return for him.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Sean Payton claims Mark Ingram isn’t on the trade block appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Mark Ingram Asks for Trade: Could the Browns be on the Radar?

Could Mark Ingram be the second former Alabama running back to be traded this season?A report on this morning makes the claim that current New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram has asked the team that drafted him three seasons ago to trade him from the ball club.The online story states that Ingram is not happy with the amount of carries he has gotten so far...

Report: Saints RB Mark Ingram May Ask To Be Traded

Jason La Canfora of ESPN reports that New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram could seek a trade out of New Orleans in the weeks leading up the NFL trade deadline. Ingram is currently third on the Saint’s depth chart, which includes a total of five running backs. The Saints have Ingram sharing carries with Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles, so this isn’t exactly the type of role...

Mark Ingram May Ask For a Trade

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Saints' Mark Ingram could be next running back to be traded

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Saints rolling with Payton back on the sidelines

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Report: Mark Ingram Expected to Seek a Trade From Saints

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Mark Ingram Doubtful For Week 4

Saints running back Mark Ingram is doubtful for next Monday night's game against Miami.Fantasy Spin:The former Heisman Trophy winner hasn't really had a chance to utilize his skill set in Sean Payton's pass dominant scheme. Meanwhile, trade rumors are out there and its possible a deal might happen before he gets back on the field in a Saints uniform.

Payton says no truth to Ingram trade rumors

We’ve seen it time and time again, trade rumors start about a player and then coach denies it as hard as possible. That’s currently happening right now with the New Orleans Saints, head coach Sean Payton and running back Mark Ingram. Last night, Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reported that Ingram could be one of the next big name draft picks traded. Payton denied all that by...

Saints vs Dolphins: Perfection at stake

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La Canfora Thinks The Patriots Might Want To Trade For Sanders

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Peyton Hillis to be released by the Bucs

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New Orleans Saints toss Arizona Cardinals from nest, 31-7

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Saints gain confidence from 31-7 win vs. Cardinals

New Orleans Saints players often wore T-shirts with the phrase, ''Be Special,'' printed across the front during the season in which they won the Super Bowl. Between coach Sean Payton's return from his bounty ban, his morale-boosting hiring of defensive coordinator Rob Ryan and quarterback Drew Brees' continued prowess in the passing game, the Saints are starting...

Top 5 Teams That Should Consider Trading For Mark Ingram

Mark Ingam may not be the Heisman winner everybody was expecting, but when you're playing on a pass-first offense with two other talented running backs, it is pretty difficult to post big numbers.  He is still a special athlete and would be much better off carrying the rock for a run-first, ground and pound style offense.  Sean Payton may keep him for the rest of the season...

Saints Nation: Five Things to Look for in Cardinals at Saints

The Saints host the Arizona Cardinals in the Dome for a chance to move their record to 3-0 to start the season today. How fun would that be? Despite not playing their best football, a 3-0 start would be a godsend when you consider how last year played out. And let's call a space a spade: whatever Colston is doing to the Cardinal defender in this picture, we want more of that...
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