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When the Super Bowl ends, the free-agency period unofficially begins. And the New Orleans Saints are facing one of the most difficult free-agent periods in franchise history.
One of those players is #17, WR Robert Meachem.
At 6' 2", 210 lbs, Robert Meachem has been a productive receiver in the Saints offense. The former first-round draft pick out of Tennessee has accumulated 2,269 yards and 23 TDs during his Saints career. Entering his prime years of his career, at age 27, Meachem is likely to emerge in 2012 and produce some astonishing numbers. His skill set makes him a smart acquisition for any team. Today, I had the privilege of discussing these topics during a phone interview with Meachem:
Jennifer Trosclair: Many 2012 season predictions simply state that if the Saints want to remain the leader in the NFC South and the NFL Powerhouse that they currently are, they will have to re-sign multi-year contracts with players such as Marques Colston and yourself. Which...
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New Orleans Saints Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (Source nola.com)
When news broke yesterday that Steve Spagunolo had agreed to become the new defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints, social media networks rapidly spread the news that was welcomed by players and fans alike. … [visit site to read more]
Reaction to New Orleans Saints hiring Steve Spagunolo positive...
The Saints signed veteran DTs Shaun Rogers and Aubrayo Franklin to one-year deals last offseason and didn't get what they wanted out of either player. They played alongside DT Sedrick Ellis, who also didn't perform up to expectations. There is the potential for a shake-up at the position this offseason as the team looks to get quicker and more explosive up the middle, but...
It's official, Steve Spagnuolo is the new defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints replacing Gregg Williams. Spags comes to the Saints regarded as one of the premiere defensive minds in the game and there's no question on paper this is a great hire. The team's window to compete for championships is now and they need a top notch coach to get the most out of the...
In a report that has been confirmed by numerous media sources including Jason LaCanfora of NFL Network, the New Orleans Saints have found a new defensive coordinator. … [visit site to read more]
Spagnuolo agrees to become New Orleans Saints new defensive coordinator - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Drew Brees has spent the past six years reinvigorating the Saints, rewriting NFL records and rebuilding New Orleans.
Already, Cowboys fans are salivating at the idea of signing free-agent OG Carl Nicks, who might be too tough for the Saints to keep. Why Nicks and not, say, Ben Grubbs? Well, now-OL coach Bill Callahan has ties to Nicks from Nebraska, and owner Jerry Jones is said to be a fan of the Saints' power blocker to solidify the middle of his line. If the Cowboys move Doug Free to right...
Dan Pompei of the National Football Post reports that the Saints can thank Drew Brees for Steve Spagnuolo. The Saints new defensive coordinator had his choice of a number of jobs. Among the other teams that either were in hot pursuit or had expressed interest were the Eagles, Falcons, Colts, Bucs and Vikings. It came down to choosing between the Eagles and Saints, and Spags picked...
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees echoed the words of Coach Sean Payton on Friday, saying that he too would be "beyond stunned" if he's not back in New Orleans next season according to Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Brees is set to become an unrestricted free agent but said he hopes his agent Tom Condon and the Saints will be able to hammer...
Drew Brees says he would be "beyond stunned" if he and the New Orleans Saints don't come to an agreement on a contract extension during this offseason, echoing comments by coach Sean Payton this week.
Drew Brees says he would be 'beyond stunned' if he and the New Orleans Saints don't come to an agreement on a contract extension during this offseason, echoing comments by coach Sean Payton this week.
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