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Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram get jerseys displayed in Pro Football Hall of Fame

Saints running backs Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram completed a regular-season campaign for the ages, so much so that the Pro Football Hall of Fame is honoring them.Kamara and Ingram became the first rushing tandem in NFL history to each produce 1,500 yards from scrimmage in a season, which resulted in the Hall of Fame putting their Week 16 jerseys on display. Kamara produced 1,554...
Via The Sports Daily
January 05, 2018  |  Discuss

All-Pro snub potentially costing Mark Ingram a ton of money

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram posted career-highs across the board in rushing yards (1,124), rushing touchdowns (12) and receiving yards (416) in 2017. Yet, it was not enough to earn Ingram All-Pro honors.Ingram’s All-Pro snub leaves him tied to his current contract instead of forcing a void which would make him a free agent, per ESPN. Now Ingram will continue to play...
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January 05, 2018  |  Discuss

Saints RB duo make history

On Tuesday, Pro Bowl rosters would be announced. But for the New Orleans Saints, it was particularly special. How about that?In his seventh season, Ingram already has a career-high in rushing yards (1,045) and TDs (11). Plus, he has 51 receptions for 375 yards. And what he is unable to do, Kamara picks up the slack. Even if he doesn’t need to, of course.In his rookie season, Kamara...
Via The Sports Post
December 20, 2017  |  Discuss

Mark Ingram expected to play vs. Falcons despite toe injury

The NFL’s best backfield will have all hands on deck Thursday night, as Mark Ingram is expected to play despite battling a toe injury.ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Ingram, who was limited all week in practice and is listed as questionable, will play against the Atlanta Falcons. Ingram and dynamic rookie Alvin Kamara are largely responsible for the Saints being one of the biggest...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 07, 2017  |  Discuss

WATCH: Fan throws beer at Mark Ingram during TD celebration

Bills fans have no chill.Saints running back Mark Ingram learned that lesson during the first quarter of Sunday’s game after rushing for a touchdown from one yard out.Ingram elected to celebrate by leaping into the stands — which really isn’t a great idea when in Orchard Park — and he managed to find a few Saints fans who were there to embrace him.There were a lot of Bills fans in...
Via The Sports Daily
November 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Mark Ingram thinks he’s on same level as Le’Veon Bell, David Johnson

Le’Veon Bell and David Johnson are the two best all-around running backs in the NFL, and it’s not really close. Just don’t tell that to Mark Ingram.The New Orleans Saints running back thinks he’s on the same level as those guys and wants to keep proving he’s “the best complete back in this game.”“I just want to keep proving that I’m the best complete back in this game,” Ingram said...
Via Sportsnaut
August 03, 2017  |  Discuss

Saints reportedly not looking to trade Mark Ingram

With the New Orleans Saints having signed one of the best running backs in NFL history in Adrian Peterson, there have been some rumblings that Mark Ingram could be on the trading block.Not so, say multiple reporters.After Saints center Max Unger suffered a foot injury last week that could force him to miss the start of the season, there was speculation that Ingram could become expendable...
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 10, 2017  |  Discuss

London club explains why Mark Ingram, Saints were turned away at door

Mark Ingram and several of his New Orleans Saints teammates were turned away from a nightclub in London on Monday night, and early indications were that the decision was racially motivated. The club, however, says that is not what happened.In a statement released on Tuesday, a representative from Cirque le Soir in Soho says Ingram and his friends were denied access because they had...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 28, 2017  |  Discuss

NFL players react to Mark Ingram, Saints being turned away from London club

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram and three of his teammates say they were denied entry into a nightclub in London Monday night after being told they were “too urban.”Ingram, who is visiting England with Sterling Moore, B.W. Webb, Vonn Bell and two others, says he and his teammates and friends had a reservation for bottle service at Cirque le Soir in Soho. When they arrived...
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 28, 2017  |  Discuss

Saints RB Mark Ingram distraught over social injustice in America

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram added his voice to the growing chorus of NFL players speaking out against social injustice in America. Speaking with local media on Friday in the Saints’ locker room, Ingram shared his heartbreak over police violence against people of color, such as we saw recently with Terence Crutcher. “It hurts my heart and it’s a sensitive topic...
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September 24, 2016  |  Discuss

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