SEC Network's Jabari Greer, Matt Stinchcomb tout Texas A&M DC John Chavis as conference's top coordinator

Arkansas OC Dan Enos, Georgia OC Brian Schottenheimer, Vanderbilt HC/DC Derek Mason round out selections
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
24 days ago

LSU vs. Mississippi State: SEC Network's Jabari Greer pegs Tigers WRs vs. Bulldogs DBs most exciting matchup

Former New Orleans Saints cornerback references Travin Dural, Malachi Dupre, Will Redmond, Traveze Calhoun
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
24 days ago

SEC Network predicts Tennessee to finish with 10-2 record

The fine folks over at the SEC Network just made a bunch of new friends on Rocky Top, as they project the Vols to finish the season with a 10-2 record. Analysts Greg McElroy, former Tennessee standout Jabari Greer and hosts Maria Taylor combined to come up with final record for Tennessee. The trio consider Bowling Green, Western Carolina, Kentucky, North Texas and Vanderbilt as...
Via Fox Sports
September 02, 2015  |  Discuss

SEC Network adds three new college football analysts

The SEC Network is adding some new talent to its stable of on-air talent. Over the weekend, an official announcement named three new college football analysts just in time for the upcoming season. Don’t worry, SEC fans. All three of the new studio talents have ties to the SEC dating back to their days as college athletes. We have a two-sport Tennessee standout, Florida Hall of...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 24, 2015  |  Discuss

SEC Network Adds Three Former League Stars As Football Analysts

After announcing that former Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy will be the new face on their live game day show, SEC Nation (replacing some guy by the name of Tim Tebow), the SEC Network is bringing in more experts for their second season on the air … all of whom have plenty of experience in the league. From the network’s statement: SEC Network’s three new analysts are well...
Via Gamedayr
August 24, 2015  |  Discuss

SEC Network adds three new college football analysts

In its second year, SEC Network has added three new analysts for its college football coverage. All three have SEC ties and had storied careers in both the conference and NFL. From the official announcement, here are the three men who will be seen during SEC Network’s studio portions of college football games: Chris Doering: Florida Hall of Fame wide receiver with three SEC Championships...
Via Awful Announcing
August 23, 2015  |  Discuss

SEC Network announces new football analysts

The SEC Network announced Thursday it has hired three new football analysts for the 2015 season. Chris Doering, Jabari Greer and Clint Stoerner will be new studio analysts on Saturdays and during the week on SEC Now. Doering was a … Continue reading →
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August 20, 2015

Why the New Orleans Saints have to revert back to their championship ways

I apologize for not bringing to the party today a more comprehensive, well thought-out piece for you to enjoy. But I had a long, busy weekend in New Orleans (I currently live in Jackson, MS) enjoying the amazing City of New Orleans and all its charm. And I only got home around 7 PM. All I wanted to do was lay down and do nothing. So I popped in the Super Bowl XLIV Champions New Orleans...
Via cover32
May 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Podcast: Saints Meltdown in Detroit

Kevin, Andrew and Ralph recap the carnage in Detroit including Drew Brees performance Kevin thinks the Saints defense played as well as possible vs. the Lions Andrew explains why the Saints miss Jabari Greer so much Is Marques Colston back? Andrew wonders if they will ever get a road win again Ralph explains why he had no faith in Drew Brees late in the game Packers Preview NFC...
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October 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Tweet of the Game: New Orleans Saints fired up after dirty hit on Drew Brees

Tensions were high in the Superdome on Sunday as the Saints battled for their first win of the 2014 season. The turning point in the game seemingly came after Captain Munnerlyn body-slammed Drew Brees to the turf – specifically in how the team and the Who Dat Nation reacted. Crowd is fired up after that penalty hit on Brees #MINvsNO — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 21...
Via cover32 - Saints
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Jordan taking more vocal role on Saints struggling defense

As defensive end Cam Jordan and the Saints defense try to get back on track Sunday in their home opener against Minnesota, a long-time Vikings star will be in the Superdome, pulling for the Saints. Steve Jordan played 12 years with Vikings as a tight end and was 6-time pro bowl selection. He's now listed by the Vikings as one of the franchise's 50 greatest players of all time. However...
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September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Jabari Greer retires after 10 seasons

After 10 seasons in the NFL as a cornerback for the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints, Jabari Greer is retiring from the league. Greer announced his retirement via his Twitter page. 10 years was a blast! Thank You Lord! #retirement — Jabari Greer (@Jabari_Greer) September 11, 2014 Greer was never selected to any Pro […]
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September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Saints CB Jabari Greer Retiring From The NFL

Former Saints & Bills CB Jabari Greer announced that he’s retiring from the NFL while appearing on  ESPN’s First Take Thursday, per Mike Triplett. 10 years was a blast! Thank You Lord! #retirement — Jabari Greer (@Jabari_Greer) September 11, 2014 Greer had said a few months ago that he wasn’t pursuing NFL opportunities and wouldn’t do so until he was 100 percent...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
September 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Welcome to Atlanta Falcons hate week: part two

For anyone (somehow) not in the know yet, this is the best week of the year to hate the Atlanta Falcons Hate Week.  Saints fans, share your distaste for the dirty birds and their fans on social media with the hashtag “#FalconsHateWeek”.  While we have a passive dislike of the Atlanta team year-round, the next few days leading up to opening day in the Georgia Dome are dedicated...
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September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Injury Update: Jabari Greer might never play again

Former New Orleans Saints cornerback Jabari Greer saw his 2013 NFL season come to an end in November of last year when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament and his total posterior lateral compartment in his left knee.  Although he says his rehab is “going really well", NFL.com's Mike Coppinger reports that Greer is unsure if he will ever play in...
Via Sports Injury Alert
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Free Agent CB Jabari Greer Not Pursuing Opportunities With NFL Teams

  Free agent CB Jabari Greer recently mentioned that he is not actively pursuing opportunities with NFL teams and would prefer to wait until he’s 100 percent recovered from his season-ending knee injury. “I think right now today, I’m very content with where I am,” Greer said, via ESPN.com. “But in the future, I’m sure that itch is gonna come, because it does for everybody...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Also Considering CBs Asante Samuel, Dunta Robinson, Drayton Florence & Jabari Greer

  Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun has reported that the Ravens are among the teams with interest in free agent CB Brandon Flowers. However, it appears as though the Ravens are casting a wide net when it comes to finding some extra depth at the position. Wilson reports that the Ravens also have interest in free agent cornerbacks: Asante Samuel, Dunta Robinson, Drayton Florence...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
June 16, 2014  |  Discuss

A few ex Saints are still looking for NFL jobs

When you look at the Saints roster you get the feeling it is close to complete but they could still round out some of their needs with some post draft pick ups. When the Saints start seeing some of these guys practice, too, they’ll get a better feel for whether or not they need to bring in certain veterans at a given position. And of course there’s still guys that were with the...
Via The Saints Nation
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints Notes: Jimmy Graham, Jabari Greer, Robert Meacham, Nick Toon

  Albert Breer of the NFL Network posted some notes regarding the Saints and some potential roster moves to keep an eye on in the coming months. Jimmy Graham Breer is getting the sense that the Saints will eventually have a long-term contract in place with TE Jimmy Graham. However, Breer mentions that this could come down to the wire as they will have until July negotiate a long...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
April 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Mailbag: which unit will lead the New Orleans Saints, and do they change draft philosophy now?

In this week’s mailbag, we look at which unit will lead the Saints in 2014 and who would be best to grace the stage at WrestleMania. 1.) In light of the recent roster moves, what will be the strength of the Saints defense next year? While the Saints’ defensive line, by far the top defensive group for the team in 2013, hasn’t lost a beat so far in the offseason, the Saints’...
Via cover32 - Saints
April 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints Draft Predictions from @_andrewdoyle_

***This post was written by Andrew Doyle (not Juge) but we’re still updating writing privileges for the new site*** Last year, I predicted that the Saints would get Barkevious Mingo, Tyrann Mathieu, Terron Armstead, Phillip Thomas, and Tyler Bray. I would have loved to see the Saints get Mathieu as well as Armstead and they were only a couple picks off from potentially landing...
Via The Saints Nation
March 30, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: 5 Biggest Questions Heading Into 2014 Season

The New Orleans Saints have made some serious moves so far.  GM Mickey Loomis and Coach Sean Payton have been quite busy.  Veterans like LB Jonathan Vilma, SS Roman Harper, DE Will Smith, CB Jabari Greer, WR Lance Moore, FS Malcolm Jenkins and even RB Darren Sproles have all parted ways with the Black and Gold.  These transactions have left many Saints fans wondering what exactly...
Via Football Nation
March 21, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Offseason: Saying goodbye to familiar faces

All good things must come to an end, and 2013 is the end of an era for the Saints. Cutting/not resigning players like Malcolm Jenkins, Jabari Greer, Roman Harper, Lance Moore, Jonathon Vilma, and Will Smith signifies that. All of them were big contributors in the 2009 season, when Hell froze over and the Saints won their first Super Bowl in history. In the five years since then,...
Via Gumbeaux Sports
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints Paradigm Shift: Passing it down to the run game

Photo: NFL Rush Deuce Windham New Orleans Saints Writer You keep hearing it being said. The past month of off-season football has been one of the most exciting in recent memory. The biggest splash for the Saints has been Jairus Byrd, but, it might not be the most important. The New Orleans Saints finished 4th in total defense last season. It is a stat that we as Saints’ fans and...
Via TopSportsReport
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Saints Position Breakdowns: Defensive Backs

Before the addition of Jairus Byrd, the defensive backfield was a major concern and desperate for talent. Losing Roman Harper, Jabari Greer and Malcolm Jenkins complicated matters. Adding Byrd is a game change, of course, but cornerback remains one of the weakest positions of depth on the team. Keenan Lewis is a rock cover man and a terrific land for the Saints a year ago, but the...
Via The Saints Nation
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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