The hearing for New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma's attempt to delay his NFL suspension has been set for July 26 in New Orleans, NFL.com reported. The hearing regarding Vilma's request for a temporary restraining order was originally scheduled for Aug. 1. Vilma's lawyer, Peter Ginsberg, had asked that the hearing be moved up to this Thursday, July 19. Judge Helen Berrigan granted the request for an expedited hearing, but scheduled it for July 26, two days after the team is scheduled to begin training camp. If he is granted the temporary restraining order, Vilma's suspension would be delayed until after the completion of the lawsuits over the suspensions of the four players in the bounty scandal.