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9/11 @Vikings 6:10
9/17 PATRIOTS 12:00
9/24 @Panthers 12:00
10/2 @Dolphins 8:30am
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10/15 LIONS 12:00
10/22 @Packers 12:00
10/29 Bears 12:00
11/5 BUCS 3:05
11/12 @Bills 12:00
11/19 REDSKINS 7:25
11/26 @Rams 12:00
12/3 PANTHERS 12:00
12/7 @Falcons 7:25
12/17 JETS 3:05
12/24 FALCONS 12:00
12/31 @Bucs 3:25
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2016 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Sheldon Rankins DT
2 (47)  Michael Thomas WR
2 (61)  Von Bell FS
4 (120)  David Oneyemata DT
7 (237)  Daniel Lasco RB
2016 Rookie Free Agents Signings:
Jack Allen, OL, Michigan State
Joseph Cheek, OL, Texas A&M
Ken Crawley, DB, Colorado
Jared Dangerfield, WR, WKU
Trae Elston, DB, Ole Miss
De'Vante Harris, CB, Texas A&M
Marcus Henry, C, Boise State
Sione Houma, FB, Michigan
Dillon Lee, LB, Alabama
Tommylee Lewis, WR, N. Ill.
Ryker Matthews, OT, BYU
DJ Pettway, DL, Alabama
Jeff Schoettmer, S, UNC
Dominique Tovell, LB, UL-Laf.
Landon Turner, G, UNC
John Walker, DB, Colorado
Jordan Williams, WR, Ball St.
Avery Young, OL, Auburn
Jake Lampman WR Ferris St.
Jimmy Pruitt CB San Jose St.
2015 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Andrus Peat OT
1 (31)  Stephone Anthony LB
2 (12)  Hau'Oli Kikaha LB
3 (11)  Garrett Grayson QB
4 (14)  P.J. Williams CB
5 (12)  Davis Tull LB
5 (18) Tyeler Davison DT
5 (31) Damian Swann CB
7 (13) Marcus Murphy RB
2015 Rookie Free Agents Signings: DL - Tavaris Barnes, Kaleb Eulls, Ashaad Mabry, Bobby Richardson, G - Doniel Gambrell, Cyril Lemon, WR - R.J. Harris, Malcolme Kennedy, OT- Sean Hickey, LB Marcus Pierce-Brewster, Stephon Sanders, TE - Harold Spears, Jack Tabb, LB Henry Coley, OL Antonio Johnson, K Zach Hocker and WR Kyle Prater.
2014 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (20)  Brandin Cooks WR
2 (58)  Stan Jean-Baptiste CB
4 (126)  Kahri Fortt ILB
5 (167)  Vinnie Sunseri SS
5 (169)  Ronald Powell DE
6 (202)  Tavon Rooks OT

2014 UDFA SIGNINGS

2013 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (15)  Kenny Vaccaro S
3 (75)  Terron Armstead T
3 (82)  John Jenkins DT
5 (144)  Kenny Stills WR
6 (183)  Rufus Johnson DE
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1 Defense reigns as Advocate writers take over Saints' war room for final mock draft simulation Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 05:00 PM


By Joel Erickson & Nick Underhill -- Advocate

By the time the first round of the NFL draft arrives Thursday, hundreds of mock drafts have been released, and the best might get only nine picks right. Rather than trying to predict the whims of 32 teams, Advocate sportswriters Nick Underhill and Joel A. Erickson are back for another mock draft that is more exercise than prediction, playing the role of the Saints’ top two decision-makers instead. A draft simulator handles the other 31 teams; Underhill & Erickson make the Saints picks.

First round

1. Cleveland Browns: Myles Garrett; 2. San Francisco 49ers: DT Jonathan Allen; 3. Chicago Bears: DL Solomon Thomas; 4. Jacksonville Jaguars: TE O.J. Howard; 5. Tennessee Titans: LB Reuben Foster; 6. New York Jets: QB Mitch Trubisky; 7. Los Angeles Chargers: S Jamal Adams; 8. Carolina Panthers, WR Mike Williams; 9. Cincinnati Bengals: RB Leonard Fournette; 10. Buffalo Bills: S Malik Hooker.

Underhill: This sets up well if the Saints miss out on Malcolm Butler. The top cornerback, Ohio State's Marshon Lattimore, is available, and there are other good options with edge rushers Derek Barnett of Tennessee and Charles Harris of Missouri, as well as Temple's Haason Reddick, who is kind of a hybrid linebacker/pass rusher. Oh, and if the Saints want to go quarterback, Clemson star Deshaun Watson is also there.

Full Article -- Advocate
Malcolm Jenkins acknowledges Saints trade rumors Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 04:25 PM


By Jimmy Kempski -- Philly Voice

Before the official start to the new league year back in the beginning of March, the Eagles were heavily rumored to be interested in trading for New Orleans Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks, who was instead eventually dealt to the New England Patriots.

Soon after, a report from Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk surfaced that Malcolm Jenkins was offered up in trade discussions with the Saints. The validity of that report was hotly debated, but Jenkins confirmed that his name was involved, and he even added that the Saints had been inquiring about him long before March.

Full Article -- Philly Voice
Know Who to Blame if Saints Botch the Draft Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 04:03 PM


By John Sigler -- CSC

The week of the 2017 NFL Draft is finally upon us, threatening to put months of speculation and mock drafts to rest. Teams have invested hundreds of hours in film study, interviews, and workouts to figure out what makes prospects tick.

Some teams do that better than others. The Saints have been fortunate to get a lot of production out of recent draft picks, but looking over their history you’ll see more misses than hits.

As we draw closer to draft day, it’s important to remember who calls which shots in the New Orleans Saints front office. Some titles can be misleading.

A major force in turning the tide of bad draft fortune has been Jeff Ireland. The former Miami Dolphins general manager has been working as a scout for NFL teams since 1997, and got his start as an area scout for the NFL Scouting Combine in 1994. Despite the Dolphins’ shortcomings under his management, Ireland is a respected talent evaluator and has done a good job as the Saints’ college scouting director/assistant general manager.

Full Article -- CSC
Cornerback Malcolm Butler likely staying with Patriots Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 03:34 PM


By ESPN.com News Services

It is highly unlikely that cornerback Malcolm Butler will be traded from the New England Patriots this offseason, sources confirmed to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Butler signed a one-year, $3.91 million tender with the Patriots on Wednesday, which means New England has the opportunity to trade him.

Butler, who was a restricted free agent, had previously not signed the tender in hopes that another NFL team might sign him to an offer sheet before Friday's deadline. He visited one team, the New Orleans Saints, earlier in free agency.

Full Article -- ESPN
Saints nearing deal with running back Adrian Peterson: sources Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 03:19 PM


By Josh Katzenstein -- Picayune

The New Orleans Saints might still find their No. 2 running back before the NFL draft begins Thursday.

Adrian Peterson, who visited the team facility two weeks ago, is nearing a deal with the Saints, two league sources told Jeff Duncan of NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.

The 32-year-old Peterson has been a free agent since the end of February when the Minnesota Vikings declined the 2017 option on his contract.

Full Article -- Picayune
Why the New Orleans Saints should draft Treston Decoud Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-23-2017 09:28 PM


Could Treston Decoud put the Saints defense back on the map?

By Andrew Kovac -- SB Nation

The New Orleans Saints have been putrid on defense to say the least in recent memory, thus cornerback being their primary need come draft night. Who many are calling one of the draft’s deep sleepers is Treston Decoud of Oregon State, a modern day lockdown corner with rare size and length. Decoud’s nose for the ball and reading of a quarterback’s eyes speak for his success as an upperclassmen, putting forth numbers nothing short of sensational.

As a junior, Decoud posted 50 total tackles, 31 solo, 3.5 for loss, five passes defensed, and a sack, making his name known to Beaver nation. In Eugene against the arch-rival Oregon Ducks, Decoud put his breakout performance on full display, with nine total tackles, seven solo, and a pass defensed. Although a 52-42 loss, the 2015 Civil War set the stage for Decoud’s 2016 senior campaign, ultimately turning the heads of NFL scouts and general managers.

Full Article -- SB Nation
Time for Saints to trade for Patriots CB Malcolm Butler is quickly approaching Posted By: Andrus Posted On 04-23-2017 04:04 PM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

We're nearly two months removed from the start of the New Orleans Saints' flirtation with Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler.

His name swirled as possible compensation in the Saints' trade of Brandin Cooks to New England. Butler's contract situation halted the corner's involvement in the blockbuster trade back in early March.

The courting continued about a week later when the Saints hosted Butler, then an unsigned restricted free agent, for two days of New Orleans cuisine and a vast tour of the Saints facility. The story fizzled out thanks to a lack of immediate urgency to make a deal given the RFA parameters.

"Listen, he's a guy we thought enough of in this process (to bring in)," Sean Payton said last month at the league owners meetings. "But we'll see, though. I think it might take a bit of time."

The time is coming...

Full Story - NOLA.com
Marques Colston, Rickey Jackson headline best draft picks for Saints Posted By: Andrus Posted On 04-23-2017 04:02 PM


By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer

Here’s a look at the best draft picks by position for the New Orleans Saints:

OFFENSE

Quarterback: Archie Manning, first round, 1971, Ole Miss. We’ll get to some late-round steals later on this list, but Manning is an easy choice for this honor as the No. 2 overall pick in the 1971 draft. Though he infamously spent much of his career running for his life behind some shaky offensive lines, Manning is a two-time Pro Bowler who ranks second in franchise history in passing yards (21,734) behind Drew Brees. He was one of three inaugural members of the Saints’ Ring of Honor in 2013.

Running back: Deuce McAllister, first round, 2001, Ole Miss. Maybe New Orleans should draft all its players from Ole Miss. McAllister was a bit of a surprise pick at No. 23 in 2001, since the Saints already had Ricky Williams. But they couldn’t pass up the value, and he wound as the team’s career leader in rushing yards (6,096) and rushing touchdowns (49). The Saints have had a lot of success drafting running backs in their history, including No. 1 overall pick and Offensive Rookie of the Year George Rogers in 1981...

Full Story - ESPN.com
1 The Draft is Almost Here -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-22-2017 08:49 PM


The Draft is Almost Here

By Mike Detillier -- Thibodaux Daily Comet

The word from numerous people close to the situation is the haggle on a probable trade of New England Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler to the New Orleans Saints has everything to do with the fact that the Saints do not want to part with the 32nd overall pick (the last selection in Round 1 of the 2017 draft) to acquire him.

The Patriots want back their late first round choice and the Saints have so far balked at that compensation demand.

The Saints value that last pick in Round 1 in a great manner due to the fifth-year option you would get with a first-round pick.

It also opens up the possibility that the team could deal down for extra picks since they don’t have selections in Rounds 4 and 5, if they hold on to the 32nd spot.

The 2017 NFL draft is stacked with defensive players and, at the present, the Saints do have two first-round picks and two third-round selections, but knowing they need help not only at cornerback and defensive end, but also at safety, outside linebacker, right offensive tackle, running back, another receiving weapon at either tight end or wide receiver, the Saints want more selections in this deep draft class.

Full Article -- Daily Comet

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Where is Mahomes' next destination? Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-22-2017 07:58 PM


By Phil Hicks -- ET Final Score

For the last few weeks, Patrick Mahomes II has seen America.

He has traveled all over the country working out and visiting with NFL teams, and taking time for Gruden’s QB Camp.

On Friday, Mahomes was in Tyler to watch some football as he took in the Tyler Junior College spring game with family and friends.

Next week, he will be heading to a new destination with his travel plans dictated by the 2017 NFL Draft.

“I’ve kind of been everywhere,” Mahomes said. “I’ve worked out here and in Lubbock and for several NFL teams.”

Full Article -- Final Score
Time for Saints to trade for Patriots CB Malcolm Butler is quickly approaching Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-22-2017 07:11 PM


By Larry Holder -- Picayune


We're nearly two months removed from the start of the New Orleans Saints' flirtation with Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler.

His name swirled as possible compensation in the Saints' trade of Brandin Cooks to New England. Butler's contract situation halted the corner's involvement in the blockbuster trade back in early March.

The courting continued about a week later when the Saints hosted Butler, then an unsigned restricted free agent, for two days of New Orleans cuisine and a vast tour of the Saints facility. The story fizzled out thanks to a lack of immediate urgency to make a deal given the RFA parameters.

Full Article -- Picayune
Saints seem to be placed in harm’s way to open 2017 season Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-22-2017 05:43 PM


By Brian Allee-Walsh -- Sun-Herald

NEW ORLEANS - At first glance, the NFL schedule makers have dealt the New Orleans Saints a potentially troubling hand to open the 2017 season.

Read ’em and weep.
  • At Minnesota on Monday Night Football in Week 1.

  • Defending Super Bowl champion New England at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in Week 2.

  • At Carolina in Week 3.

  • Then, a trip across the pond to face the Miami Dolphins in London in Week 4.

Finally, a break in Week 5: a bye.

Full Article -- Sun-Herald
5 teams most likely to make a trade in the NFL Draft Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-22-2017 12:41 AM


By Dan Benton -- Larry Brown Sports

The NFL Draft is always full of surprises. From the picks themselves to the wildly unexpected trade deals, it’s nearly impossible to predict what will unfold in the draft. Of course, that’s what makes it so much fun for fans and analysts alike.

Every year, there seem to be a handful of trades no one saw coming. Teams either look to move up to acquire a specific talent or they look to trade down in hopes of landing additional picks.

The 2017 NFL Draft is not going to be any different in that regard, so the expectation should be that several deals will be made. But who is the most likely to be involved in such deals? Let’s take a look…

Full Article -- Larry Brown Sports
1 Nick Underhill on Manti Te'o, Reuben Foster, Saints' schedule, more Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-21-2017 11:47 PM


By Nick Underhill -- Advocate

The New Orleans Saints are still in the midst of the team-building period, with perhaps the biggest piece of the puzzle less than a week away.

New Orleans now knows who it will be playing, and when, but who will be on the field is still to be determined. The goal for the team will be to add a couple starters during the draft and to continue to add to the roster either through trades or free agency.

A few options are already known, and can now be explored since Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler recently signed his tender, making him available for trade, and running back Adrian Peterson remains a free agent.

One way or another, we should finally know how the roster is shaping up by this time next week.

Full Article -- Advocate
1 Saints showed last season why versatility is key for safeties in 2016 NFL draft Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-21-2017 11:41 PM


By Joel Erickson -- Advocate

Safeties have been the Swiss Army knives of defensive coordinators for a couple of decades now.

Fast enough to be weapons in coverage, big enough to play near the line of scrimmage, the godfathers of today's box safeties were men like John Lynch, LeRoy Butler, Steve Atwater and Darren Woodson.

But the roles are expanding now. A safety in today's game might be deployed at strongside linebacker, as a nickel back covering slot receivers, a center fielder playing deep or a blitzer off the edge. New Orleans Saints strong safety Kenny Vaccaro played just about all of those roles last season, along with a few more.

NFL teams are looking for more players like him.


Full Article -- Advocate
Saints schedule breakdown: The Advocate ranks the games from hardest to easiest Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 04-21-2017 11:35 PM


By Nick Underhill -- Advocate

New England Patriots

2016 record: 14-2

Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome

When: Sept. 17 at noon

The defending champions only look like they’ve gotten better by adding Brandin Cooks and cornerback Stephon Gilmore. The Patriots look like a team in line to return to the Super Bowl.


Green Bay Packers


2016 record: 10-6

Where: Lambeau Field

When: Oct. 22 at noon

The Packers are always going to be a difficult matchup as long as Aaron Rodgers is under center. Green Bay has the passing attack to test whatever improvements New Orleans has made on defense this season.

Full Article -- Advocate
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NFL Prospects from THE BOOT -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 01-29-2017


NFL Prospects from THE BOOT

By Mike Detillier


I have been evaluating college talent headed to the NFL for 30 years and every year something jumps out at me. In the 2017 NFL draft class, what jumps out to me is the huge amount of potential pro prospects with Louisiana roots available to the 32 NFL teams.

Six out of the last nine years Louisiana per capita has produced more NFL players than any other state in the United States. In those 3 other years they came in second.

I have never seen so many potential Louisiana pro prospects in my 30 years covering the college football world in one draft class. Below are prospects who played high school football and grew up in Louisiana.

In my potential top-30 prospects Louisiana has 4:

Leonard Fournette-Halfback, LSU (St. Augustine)
Tim Williams- Outside Linebacker, Alabama (University Lab)
Cam Robinson-Offensive Tackle, Alabama (West Monroe)
Tre’Davious White-Cornerback, LSU (Green Oaks-Shreveport)


Prospects considered to be selected in the second or third round of the 2017 NFL draft Louisiana has 6 in:

Malachi Dupre-Wide Receiver, LSU (John Curtis)
Davon Godchaux-Defensive Tackle, LSU (Plaquemine)
Jeremy Cutrer-Cornerback, Middle Tennessee (Jewel-Sumner-Kentwood)
Duke Riley-Outside Linebacker, LSU (John Curtis)
Carlos Henderson-Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech (McDonogh 35)
Kendell Beckwith-Middle Linebacker, LSU (East Feliciana)


NFL prospects with very late third round into the fifth round Louisiana has 6 prospects:

Tanzel Smart-Defensive Tackle, Tulane (Scotlandville Magnet)
Chad Williams-Wide Receiver, Grambling (Madison Prep)
Elijah McGuire-Halfback, UL-Lafayette (Vandebilt-Catholic)
Trent Taylor-Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech (Evangel Christian)
Travin Dural-Wide Receiver, LSU (Breaux Bridge)
Xavier Woods-Strong Safety, Louisiana Tech (West Monroe)


Prospects with either sixth or seventh round pick grades Louisiana has 7 potential draft choices:

Cameron Tom-Offensive Center, Southern Mississippi (Catholic High B.R.)
D’Nerius Antoine-Strong Safety, Southern Mississippi (Westgate)
Cethan Carter-Tight End, Nebraska (Rummel)
Josh Boutte-Offensive Guard, LSU (Westgate)
B.J. Singleton-Defensive Tackle, Houston (Destrehan)
Lenard Tillery-Halfback, Southern (McKinley)
Dwayne Thomas-Cornerback, LSU (O. Perry Walker)


Prospects who just missed out on late round pick grades and will be signed as NFL free agents Louisiana has 5 in:

Speedy Noil-Wide Receiver/Return Man, Texas A&M (Edna Karr)
DeSean Smith-Tight End, LSU (Barbe)
Rickey Jefferson-Free Safety, LSU (Destrehan)
Lazedrick Thompson-Halfback, Tulane (St. Charles Catholic)
Otha Peters-Outside/Inside Linebacke,r UL-Lafayette (Covington)

The above numbers are just remarkable for our state to produce in one draft class.


Watch for Engram

I know the New Orleans Saints need help on the defensive side of the ball, but we all know Sean Payton loves offensive players and this is an offense-driven league. In Round 2 of the 2017 NFL draft don’t be surprised to see the Saints take a long look at Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram, if he is still on the board.

The 6-3, 230 pound Engram has re-written the Rebel records for receptions for tight ends and he wowed the scouts in Mobile, Alabama this past week at...
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Mike Detillier's Top 85 Players of the 2017 NFL Draft
Posted On 01-28-2017


Top 85 Players of the 2017 NFL Draft

By Mike Detillier



1. Myles Garrett - Defensive End, Texas A&M

2. Leonard Fournette - Halfback, LSU

3. Jonathan Allen - Defensive End/Tackle, Alabama

4. Deshaun Watson - Quarterback, Clemson

5. Dalvin Cook - Halfback, Florida State

6. Derek Barnett - Defensive End, Tennessee

7. Jamal Adams - Strong Safety, LSU

8. Malik Hooker - Free Safety, Ohio State

9. Mike Williams - Wide Receiver, Clemson

10. Reuben Foster - Inside Linebacker, Alabama

11. Solomon Thomas - Defensive End, Stanford

12. Jalen "Teez" Tabor - Cornerback, Florida

13. Cam Robinson - Offensive Tackle, Alabama

14. Tim Williams - Outside Linebacker, Alabama

15. Jabrill Peppers - Strong Safety, Michigan

16. O.J. Howard - Tight End, Alabama

17. Sidney Jones - Cornerback, Washington

18. Takkarist McKinley - Outside Linebacker, UCLA

19. Marshon Lattimore - Cornerback, Ohio State

20. Mitch Trubisky - Quarterback, North Carolina

21. Corey Davis - Wide Receiver, Western Michigan

22. Malik McDowell - Defensive Tackle, Michigan State

23. Ryan Ramczyk - Offensive Tackl, Wisconsin

24. Christian McCaffrey - Halfback, Stanford

25. Taco Charlton - Defensive End, Michigan

26. Tre'Davious White - Cornerback, LSU

27. John Ross - Wide Receiver, Washington

28. Marlon Humphrey - Cornerback, Alabama

29. Zach Cunningham - Outside/Inside Linebacker, Vanderbilt

30. David Njoku - Tight End, Miami (Fla.)

31. Cordrea Tankersley - Cornerback, Clemson

32. Charles Harris - Defensive End, Missouri

33. T.J. Watt - Outside Linebacker, Wisconsin

34. Carlos Watkins - Defensive Tackle, Clemson

35. Forrest Lamp - Offensive Guard, Western Kentucky

36. Jarrad Davis - Inside Linebacker, Florida

37. Desmond King - Cornerback, Iowa

38. Carl Lawson - Defensive End, Auburn

39. DeShone Kizer - Quarterback, Notre Dame

40. Ethan Pocic - Offensive Center/Guard, LSU

41. Adoree' Jackson - Cornerback, USC

42. Haason Reddick - Outside Linebacker, Rutgers

43. Quincy Wilson - Cornerback, Florida

44. Ryan Anderson - Outside Linebacker, Alabama

45. Raekwon McMillan - Middle Linebacker, Ohio State

46. Dede Westbrook - Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

47. Caleb Brantley - Defensive Tackle, Florida

48. Evan Engram - Tight End, Mississippi

49. Jordan Leggett - Tight End, ...
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