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MARK INGRAM RUMORS & GOSSIP

Mark Ingram and Jeremy Hill to carve out roles in 2014; vying for FSLR's Ultimate Sleeper title

Chris Meaney marches in with Mark Ingram: Mark Ingram has been hampered by injuries and has yet to live up to his first round draft stock from 2011. Ingram was the first back selected, 28 spots after the Panthers took Cam Newton. The Saints recently declined Ingram’s 2015 option making this year a now or never situation in New Orleans for the former Heisman winner. As as much...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 5: New Orleans Saints we would want to hang out with

As fans we tend to forget that athletes are first-and-foremost normal people. Freakishly athletic, highly-motivated people. When they’re not out dominating the playing field most of them retire to relatively normal homes and lead lives that – although residing in a higher economic class than the average fan – most of us can relate to. In that vein, here are the top five guys...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: New Orleans Saints rated as a top-5 potential Super Bowl host

In early February, Super Bowl XLVIII was played in the New York / New Jersey area, the first time the big game had been played outdoors in a cold-weather market. This opened the window for every NFL city to throw their name into the hat as a possible host for future title tilts. Currently, less than half of the league’s markets have hosted a Super Bowl, as only 15 metro areas can...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Mark Ingram kicking it in Brazil

If you weren’t aware, Saints’ running back Mark Ingram is a HUGE soccer fan. He likes the sport so much that he spent part of his very short break between OTA’s and Training Camp down in Brazil to support the USMNT. Legggoooooooooooooo!!!! pic.twitter.com/976i3oREhi — Mark Ingram (@MarkIngram22) July 1, 2014 And if you thought it was purely an act of bandwagon fandom, you’ll...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints make statement about their running backs

The Saints have decided to not extend the 2015 option on Mark Ingram’s contract, indicating once again that the position of running back in the NFL is a rotating door. Facing a similar decision last week with Cam Jordan, the Saints extended Jordan through 2015 – which will be worth a base salary of $6.97 million. Late last year Ingram showed flashes of the Heisman-winning running...
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April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints reportedly won’t pick up Mark Ingram’s option

The New Orleans Saints will not pick up the fifth-year option of running back Mark Ingram,  according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports. Saints do not intend to pick up the 5th year option on RB Mark Ingram. They'v already exercised the '15 option on fellow '11 pick Cam Jordan — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) April 29, 2014 This means Ingram’s final year under...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: State of the running back position

After beginning our offseason series with a look at the offensive line, we continue our breakdown of each position with the running back position. This year was no different from year past, as the New Orleans Saints had a plethora of backs to rely on throughout the season. However, unlike successful seasons past, the Saints running game was inconsistent throughout the year and didn’t...
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February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: It is time to unleash Mark Ingram

Ingram averaged over 4 yards a carry against a stout 49ers defense. Problem was he only got 6 carries. The New Orleans Saints are awful on the road. They have not won a road playoff game, and their win percentage in cold weather is terrible. Every Saints player, coach, and fan know the narrative. Unfortunately for the Saints, to get to the Super Bowl they will need to win three road...
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January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Ingram reportedly open to being traded

As Tuesday’s trade deadline approaches,  New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram would be open to being traded and starting over somewhere else, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports. former first-round pick Mark Ingram, injured most of this season, would welcome a trade, according to league sources, but the market for them is limited. In this era of pass-happy football...
Via Pro Football Zone
October 27, 2013  |  1 Comment

New Orleans Saints offseason: all eyes on Mark Ingram

Coming off a disappointing season, much of the blame was laid on the historically atrocious defense that took the field last season, and rightfully so. However, this doesn’t mean the offense is completely free of blame. Drew Brees, for one, threw a league high 19 interceptions, and the offense was close to the bottom in time of possession. Though the time of possession can also...
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June 17, 2013  |  Discuss
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