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COREY WHITE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Injuries sidetracking Saints' revamped secondary

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) Champ Bailey worked out on his own, safety Jairus Byrd stepped aside from drills that might expose him to hitting and Patrick Robinson pedaled a stationary bicycle behind an end zone of one of the Saints' practice fields. That was a snapshot of the state of the Saints' secondary on Monday during training camp at The Greenbrier resort, topped...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: Why to watch Corey White during training camp

The New Orleans Saints have one of the most talented rosters in the NFL as training camp approaches. Surely many eyes will be on prized free agent Jairus Byrd and first rounder Brandin Cooks, as well as established stars like Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham. However, besides the well-known commodities Saints fans should look out for 3rd year cornerback Corey White. Drafted in the 5th...
Via isportsweb.com
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Camp Preview: Veterans must lead youth movement at CB for New Orleans Saints

Thanks to the NBA Finals/Free Agency and the World Cup the summer sporting doldrums have seemed to fly by, and we’re about a day away from Training Camps kicking off across the NFL. To catch you up to speed on all things Saints, each day we’ll preview a different position and give you an idea of what to keep an eye on while you watch reports coming out of The Greenbrier in White...
Via cover32 - Saints
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Improved New Orleans Saints defensive backs may be better than the Legion of Boom

New Orleans Saints cornerbacks Keenan Lewis and Corey White celebrate Lewis’ interception againt the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 17 of the 2013 regular season.(Photo credit: Crystal LoGuidice/USA TODAY Sports). When Rob Ryan arrived in New Orleans early last spring, everyone knew that he was bringing change with him.  Popular opinion was that he would return the defense to its...
Via cover32 - Saints
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

White is out to show what he can do against competition on the Saints

After the Saints selected him in the fifth round of the 2012 draft, cornerback Corey White chose jersey No. 24 because that was the number worn by the two NFL players whom he considered the best at his position: Darrelle Revis and Champ Bailey. Little could he imagine that 12-time Pro Bowler Bailey would end up being his teammate. And little did he know he’d spark a mini-controversy...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints cornerback Corey White says he needs to make plays as teams target him

The New Orleans Saints showed up to their NFC wild-card playoff game last weekend against the Philadelphia Eagles with a huge target on the side of their bus entering Lincoln Financial Field, practically begging Eagles fans to fire objects at them from the street. During the course of the game, the target shifted to second-year cornerback Corey White. Once Keenan Lewis left the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints advance after physical win

Going to bed Saturday night, the load on the back of the New Orleans Saints was significantly lighter without the massive monkey on it. The Saints won their first road playoff game in their franchise’s history as they topped the Philadelphia Eagles 26-24. In a matchup of high flying offenses, the Saints won with good defense and a physical running game. Mark Ingram and Khiry Robinson...
Via isportsweb.com
January 05, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: 2 under the radar players to watch

With the playoffs quickly approaching, the New Orleans Saints are chasing the Seattle Seahawks for the home field advantage and trying to hold off the Carolina Panthers for the NFC South crown. These circumstances have made every game critical going forward. At this point, we know what to expect from players like Drew Brees, Jimmy Graham, and all the other notable contributors on...
Via isportsweb.com
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss

The Saints managed to fumble a pick-six into a touchback

Saints cornerback Corey White picked off Colin Kaepernick in the second quarter of Sunday’s game in New Orleans and looked to have a clear path to the endzone for a defensive touchdown. However, White lost his grip on the football just before breaking the plane and the ball sailed out the back of the endzone for a touchback, giving the ball back to San Francisco at the 20 yard...
Via The Nosebleeds
November 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Saints sign two draft picks

Defensive back Corey White and offensive tackle Marcel Jones signed four-year deals with the Saints. White was a fifth-round pick out of Samford, while Jones (Nebraska) is the final seventh-round pick this year to sign with his team. The Saints' only unsigned draft picks are fourth-round wide receiver Nick Toon and sixth-round guard Andrew Tiller.
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 02, 2012  |  Discuss
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