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New Orleans Saints Review: The Secondary

The Saints must get to work this offseason to fix the problems in the secondary from the 2014 campaign. The defensive backs and the safeties made up the eighth worst passing defense in the league, and injuries and a revolving door in the secondary helped that happened.Let’s start with the revolving door at the defensive back position. In training camp, Patrick Robinson beat out...
Via Pro Football Spot
February 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Five things to look for in Falcons at Saints

Well this is as big as it gets in terms of NFL regular season games. Depending on how things go with the Browns at Panthers game, the outcome of this game in New Orleans could either clinch the NFC South for the Saints or eliminate them from any possibility of the playoffs. This is not necessarily a playoff clinching win or a elimination loss, though. I know that’s redundant based...
Via The Saints Nation
December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints' new secondary braces for Falcons

METAIRIE, La. (AP) Saints cornerback Terrence Frederick and safety Pierre Warren spent offseason practices, minicamp and training camp working together in New Orleans' defensive backfield, only to go their separate ways when the regular season started. Frederick wound up on the Saints' practice squad, while Warren was cut and landed on Minnesota's practice squad. Now they're together...
Via AP on Fox
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints bring fire to Chicago for signature win

It’s not every game that a New Orleans Saints defense dominates. Heck, it really hasn’t happened this season, until Monday night in Chicago.   It was announced shortly before kickoff that Corey White was inactive, that undrafted rookie Terrence Frederick would start at corner opposite Keenan Lewis, and the safety tandem would consist of another undrafted rookie Pierre Warren...
Via cover32 - Saints
December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints safety Terrence Frederick accidentally clocks referee in head with shoulder (GIF)

New Orleans Saints safety Terrence Frederick accidentally clocked a referee in the head with his shoulder during the fourth quarter of Monday night's game against the Chicago Bears.The referee was placing the ball down on the line of scrimmage as both teams were lining up for the next play. Frederick apparently found himself on the wrong side of the field and ran through the middle...
Via Holdout Sports
December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Saints' Terrence Frederick bowls over referee

Have you heard of Terrence Frederick? The cornerback spent most of the season on the New Orleans Saints practice squad until he was called up last month. On Monday night, he got the start against the Chicago Bears. It looks like he made a name for himself. Why? Because he bowled over the referee before one play in the second half (GIF courtesy of Next Impulse Sports): Don't worry...
Via Fox Sports
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Inactives for Ravens and Saints Week 12 Monday Night Football

The following placers were declared inactive for Monday night’s NFL game between the Baltimore Ravens and New Orleans Saints. Odds: Ravens vs. Saints, game info & odds Saints Inactives: WR Robert Meachem, RB Khiry Robinson, CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB Terrence Frederick, LB Kyle Knox, OT Nick Becton, and DL Brandon Deaderick. Ravens Inactives: Ravens declared WR Michael...
Via Tireball.com
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints place Cooks, Bush on IR, add 3 players

NEW ORLEANS (AP) The New Orleans Saints have placed starting rookie receiver Brandin Cooks and starting free safety Rafael Bush on injured reserve, ending their seasons. The club has also waived running back Edwin Baker and added three new players to its active roster: linebacker Moise Fokou, cornerback Terrence Frederick and safety Pierre Warren. Frederick was brought up from New...
Via AP on Fox
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints Place Rookie WR Brandin Cooks On Season-Ending I.R.

Field Yates of ESPN is reporting that the Saints have placed rookie WR Brandin Cooks on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday. The Saints also placed S Rafael Bush on injured reserve and waived RB Edwin Baker. New Orleans signed LB Moise Fokou, DB Terrence Frederick and DB Pierre Warren to a contracts, according to Yates. Cooks suffered a broken thumb during Sunday’s loss...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Ten players named to New Orleans Saints practice squad

Yesterday we reported that the New Orleans Saints shaved down their roster to 53 players in preparation for the regular season. The next roster moves due for NFL teams is deciding who will play on their practice squads. Here’s a primer on practice squad rules, per The Daily Norseman: Practice squad players are just that. . .guys that practice with the team. They don’t play...
Via cover32 - Saints
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Seven practice squad members reported for Saints

We still don’t know who the Saints’ kicker will be, though it doesn’t appear like it will be Ryan Succop. What we do know is the Saints have added seven players to their practice squad. They are allowed to add up to ten, and the fact that free safety Pierre Warren isn’t already on this list of names is a big surprise to me. Almost everyone expected him on the 53 man roster...
Via The Saints Nation
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints Make Moves, Get to 53-Man Limit

It's the NFL's version of "Black Saturday". For the New Orleans Saints, there were still a few surprises even for those of us that make following this team a part of their daily exercise.As is usually the case with the final cuts of camp, there were some talented players that have been told that their services were no longer going to be required at the facilities in Metairie. Some...
Via Pro Football Spot
September 01, 2014  |  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
July 23, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Inactives: Divisional Games

Saturday Saints RB Pierre Thomas, WR Nick Toon, QB Ryan Griffin, LB Rufus Johnson, DE Tyrunn Walker, CB Terrence Frederick, S Jordan Pugh Seahawks G James Carpenter, RB Christine Michael, DE Benson Mayowa, OT Caylin Hauptmann, LB K.J. Wright, WR Bryan Walters, DT Jordan Hill. The post NFL Inactives: Divisional Games appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
Via NFL Trade Rumors
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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