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New Orleans, LA. The entire NFL, and the men who run this sports juggernaut, have to be very happy about which players are responsible for the continued success of the league. The guys who are currently the most popular ones in this sport are guys who couldn’t be any classier than they already are. Whether it’s somebody like Aaron Rodgers, who has done everything right, even during a tough situation taking over for Brett Favre. Or maybe someone like Peyton Manning, who always knows what to say in any given situation, and is never in any kind of off-field trouble. Or Tom Brady, who exudes class and has a genuine respect for the game where he may currently be its biggest star. But the classiest guy in the entire league may be the QB down in New Orleans who continues to shatter records, those of which that have sometimes literally stood for decades. Drew Brees is not only one of the best quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen, he may very well be the most respected player this league curr...
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According to Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma expects to come off the PUP list this week and play against the Buccaneers.#Saints‘ Jonathan Vilma said on WVUE he will be off PUP list Tuesday. “I’ll be allowed to practice, I’ll be allowed to play vs. Tampa Bay.”— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) October 15, 2012Vilma said the appeal...
Week 7 will see six different teams with a bye week, including notable QB’s like Matt Ryan. Here is your weekly dose of quarterbacks for week 7 of fantasy football 2012 Get involved in the forums, help answer other owners fantasy football quarterback questions so they can help with yours These are our top 25 QB’s for week 7, not for the rest of the season. Rank QB ...
The New Orleans Saints have been quiet regarding the injury
of two key players on offense; tight end Jimmy Graham and wide receiver Lance
Moore. The Saints are expected to shed light on their conditions today, reports
Mike Triplett of nola.com.
#Saints coach Aaron Kromer declines to update injuries. We'll get first practice report Wednesday on Jimmy Graham, Lance Moore...
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham won’t miss any games despite a rumor going around that he will be out for several weeks because of a sprained ankle.This is certainly good news for Saints. Graham has been their lone bright spot so far this season.
The Saints should be well rested and somewhat healed going into their game this upcoming Sunday in Tampa following a bye week. But is the bye week a blessing? Sometimes teams come back rejuvinated and other times teams come back rusty. I figured this would be a good time to look back at how the first game back from the bye week has gone for the Saints in the Sean Payton era. Below...
Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo says he believes Jonathan Vilma will be able to return to practice on Wednesday, although it is not yet certain whether linebacker will play at Tampa Bay on Sunday.
Vilma, who is appealing a season-long suspension in connection with the NFL's bounty investigation of the Saints, remains on the club's physically unable to perform...
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma told a TV station in New Orleans that he will come off the physically unable to perform list and will play this Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Vilma, who has been recovering from a knee injury, is one of four players who appealed their suspensions related to the "bounty" scandal. Vilma's lawyers filed a motion...
Jonathan Vilma might suit up this season after all.
Vilma, who is currently appealing the season-long suspension he was given for his alleged involvement in the Saints' bounty scandal, said in an interview with WVUE-TV that he will come off the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Tuesday, and he expects to play Sunday against the Buccaneers.
Saints LB Jonathan Vilma Plans To Make Season Debut On Sunday -
The New Orleans Saints middle linebacker and defensive captain, who is currently appealing his season-long suspension (again) for his role in the team’s alleged bounty program plans to be activated off the physically unable to perform list this week and play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. “I’ll be allowed...
After showing up late because he won his tennis club title and received a trophy so hideous his wife mocks it, Andrew Juge of The Saints Nation discusses why Steve Spagnuolo being flexible is a good thing for the Saints. Ralph wonders if an overlooked key to the rest of 2012 is the Saints getting their running game cranked up. Andrew explains why Jonathan Vilma playing might be more...
As the Saints began their pre-practice stretch on Wednesday, receiver Lance Moore hopped up, looked over at linebacker Jonathan Vilma, and hollered, ''Glad you're back! We missed you!'' while the entire team offered a round of applause.
''Hello!'' Vilma responded with a smile, still seated on the field, one leg pulled over another.
QB | RB | WR | TE
1. Drew Brees at TB
2. Aaron Rodgers at STL
3. Tom Brady vs NYJ
4. Eli Manning vs WAS
5. Robert Griffin III at NYG
6. Andrew Luck vs CLE
7. Tony Romo at CAR
8. Ben Roethlisberger at CIN
9. Andy Dalton vs PIT
10. Cam Newton vs DAL
11. Matthew Stafford at CHI
12. Carson Palmer vs JAC
13. Jay Cutler vs DET
14. Joe Flacco at HOU
15. Matt Schaub vs BAL