TRAVARIS CADET NEWS

Sean Payton: Travaris Cadet’s Hands And Football IQ ‘Are Exceptional’

Sean Payton probably tampered with Travaris Cadet, using the New York Jets’ highly flawed definition of the charge. Payton paid high praise to the New England Patriots’ recently signed running back Wednesday at the NFL Annual Meeting. The New Orleans Saints head coach said he would have brought Cadet back if his team was unable to upgrade the third-down back position in free...
Via NESN.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Episode 50: Cadet and company

On Friday's edition of Treatment, the Helpers discuss the addition of Travaris Cadet to the Patriots and what it means for the RBs fantasy value. They also discuss Darren McFadden and how the Dallas Cowboys are kicking the tires on the veteran running back to see if there's any juice left. First thing that came to my mind when McFadden signed with the Cowboys was 'it's about time...
Via Fantasy Football Helpers
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Travaris Cadet Could Join Third-Down-Back-By-Committee To Replace Shane Vereen

The New England Patriots appear ready to replace Shane Vereen by committee. The Patriots added pass-catching threat Travaris Cadet on Tuesday, leading many to believe the former New Orleans Saints running back would replace Vereen as the team’s third-down back. Cadet proved to be a solid option catching the ball out of the backfield last season, recording 38 receptions for 296...
Via NESN.com
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Travaris Cadet signs with Patriots

After losing Tyrunn Walker earlier this week to the Detroit Lions, the Saints have now lost another restricted free agent in Travaris Cadet. Cadet signs with the Patriots and that’s a good situation for him. They lost Shane Vereen and there’s no reason why Cadet can’t be a Danny Woodhead type for them with a similar skillset. Bringing him back wasn’t critical for the Saints...
Via The Saints Nation
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Sign Pass-Catching Running Back Travaris Cadet

The New England Patriots added a new pass-catching specialist Tuesday. The Patriots signed running back Travaris Cadet, according to the NFL transaction wire. Cadet caught 38 passes for 296 yards last season with the New Orleans Saints. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound running back has just 11 career carries for 37 yards with no touchdowns. He has 45 career receptions for 345 yards with two...
Via NESN.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Sign RB Travaris Cadet

Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Patriots have signed former Saints RB Travaris Cadet to a contract. New England has reportedly been looking at running backs who could play a similar role to the one Shane Vereen had in recent years, and it appears as though they finally found someone. Cadet, 26, signed on with the ... The post Patriots Sign RB Travaris Cadet appeared first...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Tampa Bay Buccaneers added valuable depth so far in Free Agency

Tampa Bay had many weaknesses last season during a 2-14 campaign, one among them was ARLINGTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 28: Travaris Cadet #39 of the New Orleans Saints is tackled by Jeremy Mincey #92 of the Dallas Cowboys and Henry Melton #69 of the Dallas Cowboys. Melton will add valued depth to Bucs already improving D line.(Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) severe lack of depth...
Via Buc Stop
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Grading eight free agent running back options for the New Orleans Saints

It’s hard to explain just how great of a deal the New Orleans Saints got with Mark Ingram’s new contract. Few teams can say that their starting halfback accounts for only 2.8% of their total salary. That same player is now locked up for the next four years for the prime of his career (Ingram is only 25), has four years’ experience in the Saints’ offense, and doesn’t have...
Via cover32
22 days ago  |  Discuss

The New Orleans Saints (Offensive) Identity Crisis

The 2014 New Orleans Saints scored their fewest points since 2010 and third fewest in the Sean Payton-era, putting just 401 points on the board or almost exactly 25 points per game. I detailed many of the issues last week, naming specifically red zone problems, turnovers and horrible pass protection. Those are all true, and equally responsible for the digression of the once explosive...
Via cover32 - Saints
January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Free Agency: Who will leave the Saints?

NFL.com has posted a list on all Free Agents and Restricted Free Agents from all the teams. You can see them here. I plan on giving you my take on that. Today the 1st segment of a FA 2-parter; My take on the Saints FA’ s and who will leave or stay. Here is my take on the guys that are FA: Luke McCown, QB I felt he would not make it through training camp last year because Ryan...
Via The Saints Nation
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Saints 2014 season positional review: Running Backs

From this point forward we will be getting into position groups which I believe need to undergo varying degrees of change for the Saints to live up to their potential. This time I am going to take a look at the Saints Backfield and give my personal opinion on who should stay, who should go, and which players on the roster might have potential going forward. Grades aren’t really...
Via The Saints Nation
January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Saints Nation’s Top 10 Plays of the 2014 Season: #4 Jalen Saunders Kickoff Return vs. Falcons

Many of us have been clamoring for an explosive returner since before Darren Sproles left. Saunders has proven to be a keeper and I look forward to him making the Saints roster in the same role next season. There is no way Travaris Cadet should be returning kickoffs over him. I submit this return as proof to start the Falcons game. Too bad the game didn’t turn out better and the...
Via The Saints Nation
January 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Jalen Saunders Returns The Opening Kickoff To The One Inch Line

Jalen Saunders got the New Orleans Saints off to a fantastic start on Sunday. Saunders, originally drafted by the New York Jets in the 2014 Draft, is filling in for an injured Travaris Cadet and he made the most of his opportunity by returning the opening kickoff 99 yards. Mark Ingram would then ram the Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints dominated at home 27-10 by Bengals

The Saints marched down the field and settled for a field goal to take a quick 3-0 lead to start the game. Hard to believe they wouldn’t score again until the 4th quarter on their way to getting completed dominated by the Cincinnati Bengals. The final score was a deserving 27-10. The Saints are now 4-6 and no longer in 1st place in the NFC South. That luxury belongs to the 4-6...
Via The Saints Nation
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Too-Early 2014 New Orleans Saints Offseason Wish List

Sitting precariously on top of the NFC South with a 4-5 record and one game lead on the Atlanta Falcons, it’s clear that there are problems with the New Orleans Saints’ roster moving through the 2014 season and looking forward to the 2015 offseason, when free agents and draft picks are expected to bring fresh life to the team.  It’s far too early to write the current season...
Via cover32 - Saints
November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Five thing to look for in Saints at Panthers

Gameday!! The Saints play their third game in eleven days. And while that sucks for preparation and the bodies of the players, it’s kind of awesome for us the fans. The more games in a short amount of time the better, I say. I bet Roger Goodell agrees. After all, money trumps player safety, doesn’t it? And so does my entertainment. Except not really. And don’t get me started...
Via The Saints Nation
October 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Mikey O Knows – Week 8 fringe starters worth a look

Welcome to this Week 8 edition of Mikey O Knows. Just like most weeks in the NFL, you are probably dealing with some injuries or bye-week fill-ins you need to replace. So, here are some alternative players that can give you the edge in your matchups this week! More direct questions? Live at 11am Eastern we’re taking your questions via comment on our Advice Page. Doug Baldwin –...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Why it’s Time to Pick Saints’ Travaris Cadet

Saints’ Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson Out; Travaris Cadet is a Pick Up from the Waiver Wire   The New Orleans Saints have announced that running backs Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson will be out due to injuries, making Travaris Cadet a good pick up off the waivers if you … The post Why it’s Time to Pick Saints’ Travaris Cadet appeared first on Fantasy Football Chick.
Via Fantasy Football Chick
October 24, 2014  |  Discuss

DraftKings Strategy Week 8: Best Buy and Over Priced Running Backs

This week there’s $2.5 MILLION DOLLARS up for grabs with $1,000,000 going to first place, that’s ONE MILLION for those of you having trouble counting all those zeroes.The Top 15,000 people will cash in which is 1 out of every 6 players. The odds are in your favor and it’s time to buy that Ferrari you’ve been dreaming about. We are giving you a FREE entry to this contest...
Via Football Nation
October 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Close loss to Lions makes 2-4 a reality for Saints

For about 56 minutes of the Saints 24-23 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday, there was hope. It appeared that finally, the real Saints team decided to show up. The defense that allowed 28.2 points per game through the first five games was uncharacteristically stingy–only allowing 10 points. The offense–and Drew Brees–had moments of old, such as an effortless 46-yard touchdown...
Via Gumbeaux Sports
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Drew Brees surpasses 40,000 yards with Saints

NEW ORLEANS -- Drew Brees has eclipsed 40,000 yards passing for the New Orleans Saints, becoming the fastest in NFL history to hit that mark with a single team. Brees went over the mark with an 8-yard pass to running back Travaris Cadet in the first quarter of his 132nd game with the Saints, a club he joined as a free agent in 2006. The mark Brees surpassed was held by Hall of Famer...
Via AP on Fox
October 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Brees surpasses 40,000 yards with Saints

NEW ORLEANS (AP) Drew Brees has eclipsed 40,000 yards passing for the New Orleans Saints, becoming the fastest in NFL history to hit that mark with a single team. Brees went over the mark with an 8-yard pass to running back Travaris Cadet in the first quarter of his 132nd game with the Saints, a club he joined as a free agent in 2006. The mark Brees surpassed was held by Hall of...
Via AP on Fox
October 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints’ Offensive Player Grades at Cowboys

We knew this game would most likely be a shootout and we knew the offense would have to be near flawless to have a chance at giving the team a win. And yet, we still kind of expected it. Instead, we were rewarded with a 0 point effort in the first half. Anything that happened after that was just stat padding formality because the damage was done. As horrific as the defense was, and...
Via The Saints Nation
October 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Payton Blames His Own "Impatience" for Failed Trick Play

There isn't much that went right for the New Orleans Saints Sunday night, and head coach Sean Payton says there is a "laundry list" of blame to go around for the team's 1-3 start. However, Payton is shouldering full responsibility for one of the game's most prominent mistakes: the failed fake punt in the 4th quarter that allowed the Cowboys to pad their lead with another touchdown...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
September 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Saints embarrassed by Cowboys in Dallas 38-17

The Saints lost on the road again, but this time it wasn’t by a last second game winning field goal. Instead, they were completely outplayed in all phases as they lost 38-17. The score was 24-0 at halftime in favor of the Cowboys and the game was never in doubt. Many will wonder what has happened to the Saints and to me it’s pretty clear. This game is on everyone in the organization...
Via The Saints Nation
September 29, 2014  |  Discuss
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