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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.
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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


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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Jon Gruden has 'a lot of confidence' in Saints' Sean Payton, Drew Brees Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Today 10:45 AM

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Jon Gruden is still a believer in Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints offense.

ESPN’s Monday Night Football analyst said he doesn’t think Brees is in decline at age 36, though he does understand why some would question the decisions Brees made that led to 17 interceptions last year.

Gruden also believes coach Sean Payton and Brees can find a way to keep producing a top offense after they traded away tight end Jimmy Graham, among others.

“A lot of people hadn't heard of (former Saints receiver) Lance Moore, hadn't heard of a lot of players, including Jimmy Graham. They have done an excellent job over the years developing unknown players,” Gruden said during a Wednesday conference call.

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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New Orleans Saints season preview: Playoffs return? Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Today 09:31 AM

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Change we can believe in

The Saints can't seem to stick to a plan. They handed Jimmy Graham a monster contract last July, and then traded him to Seattle in March for excellent center Max Unger and a first round pick. They made pass rusher Junior Galette one of their cornerstone franchise pieces with a big contract last September, and then he broke apart. He's no longer on the roster.

The Saints seemingly want to re-emphasize the running game this year with the additions of Unger and running back C.J. Spiller. Bringing back Mark Ingram gives the team a great backfield to cover up an unproven receiver group led by Brandin Cooks. A ball control offense could also put less pressure on an erratic defense as moody as coordinator Rob Ryan's hair in the New Orleans humidity. They are counting on at least two rookie starters (linebackers Stephone Anthony and Hau'oli Kikaha) to breathe life into the group.

By Greg Rosenthal / NFL.Com

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New Orleans Saints thought Jimmy Graham too 'soft' for money paid to him, NBC analyst says Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 11:46 AM

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The New Orleans Saints thought Jimmy Graham was too "soft" for the amount of money the team paid him, and that played a part in the decision to trade him, former NFL safety Rodney Harrison said Tuesday.

"They thought he was soft," Harrison said during an NBC Sports conference call with Tony Dungy and Hines Ward in advance of the 2015 NFL season. "They paid him that money and they felt like he couldn't stay healthy. They probably thought that he needed to play more."

Even so, his departure leaves the Saints without a go-to option near the end zone, Harrison said.

"How do you replace Jimmy Graham? The guy is 6-6, 6-7, super athletic," Harrison said. "I can honestly tell you I faced a lot of tight ends and I never faced a guy like Jimmy Graham. How do you replace him?

By Christopher Dabe / Times-Picayune

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Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis out 4-6 weeks with hip surgery, report says Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 11:29 AM

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Injuries continue to hurt the New Orleans Saints secondary.

The latest comes with cornerback Keenan Lewis as he'll be out 4-6 weeks with hip surgery, according to the NFL Network. Lewis played briefly in the Saints' preseason loss to Houston last Sunday, but missed Tuesday's practice.

Lewis has been in and out of practice sporadically during training camp, but nothing ever seemed serious. Lewis was actually the only slated starter to play against the Texans with Jairus Byrd, Kenny Vaccaro and Brandon Browner sitting out the game.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints ready to move on from Nick Toon by exposing him to waivers Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 09-01-2015 09:13 PM

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The New Orleans Saints invested all kinds of time in wide receiver Nick Toon. The 2012 fourth-round pick was a training camp all star in 2013 and 2014. The practice prowess rarely translated to success on gameday.

Toon entered the final year of his contract in a make-or-break situation with young receivers all around him and other players like Josh Morgan and Joe Morgan on one-year deals.

Toon wasn't making the same waves this offseason on the field, though. Then an ankle injury occurred during the Saints' second preseason game against New England.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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What New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton said after 2015 roster cutdown to 75 Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 09-01-2015 09:09 PM

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Opening statement: "We claimed a player waived from Miami's team, a cornerback from Middle Tennessee, Sammy Seamster. (The) Players that we waived/injured were Ronald Powell, Vinnie Sunseri and Nick Toon. (The) Players that were (placed on) reserved/injured are Anthony Spencer and P.J. Williams.

The group of players that were waived today are Terrence Frederick, R.J. Harris, David Hunter, Antonio Johnson, Lance Lewis, Cole Manhart, Travis Manning, Markus Pierce-Brewster and Chris Young. Termination of a vested veteran was Erik Lorig and then with New England, we traded Jalen Saunders for an undisclosed draft pick. "

What goes into straight up injured reserving P.J. Williams as opposed to waived/injuring (him) like you did some of those other guys?

"The player that is waived/injured, more than likely, reverts back to injured reserve. All of those players that are waived/injured are subject to claims. A player that is put on injured reserve is not. Some of that thought is spent on whether a player would be claimed or not."

By Christopher Dabe / Times-Picayune

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Drew Brees 'doesn't think' he'll play vs. Green Bay; Brandon Coleman to get more work Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 09-01-2015 09:07 PM

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The New Orleans Saints, now at 75 players, have one more preseason game on Thursday night against the Green Bay Packers.

Don't expect to see many of the starters, with some exceptions.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees says he "doesn't think," he'll play against the Packers, but hasn't heard yet. It would be extremely unlikely for that to happen, as the Saints, and most teams, typically rest almost all of their starters in the final preseason game.

Wide receiver Brandon Coleman will likely be one of those execeptions, said Saints coach Sean Payton.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints cut ties with veterans, shelve injured players in roster trim Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 09-01-2015 09:05 PM

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The New Orleans Saints placed four recent draft picks on the shelf, cut ties with two veterans and even made a trade on a busy Tuesday, slicing their roster from 90 to 75 players before the final preseason game.

The moves sharpened some position battles and added mystery to others before Thursday night's game at the Green Bay Packers.

The Saints must make their final cuts to create a 53-man roster by Saturday. They open the season Sept. 13 at the Arizona Cardinals.

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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What New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton said after practice Friday at Yulman Stadium Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-29-2015 10:11 AM

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Opening statement: "Overall, there was a little bit of an emphasis on the Houston game and then we had some periods of offense versus defense. It is the first time, for me, being in this stadium and I think it is a great setup. It's a good feel, especially on a Friday night."

What did you think of the overall tone of practice?

"I thought it was good. We'll look at the film. It is always better when you are working the competitive periods. The parted periods seem to be more of a teaching period where you are working on looks that you're going to see (or) that you don't necessarily run, offensively and defensively. I thought overall that it was pretty good."

By Christopher Dabe / Times-Picayune

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A message from the New Orleans Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-29-2015 09:53 AM

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A message from the New Orleans Saints on the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina..

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John DeShazier; Keenan Lewis looks close to his old self Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-28-2015 11:00 AM

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Anyone who saw Keenan Lewis’ left knee after the San Francisco game last season, when it appeared to be swollen to the size of a cabbage ball, and saw him play significant snaps after injuring his knee and start the next week, knew that whatever injury had him sidelined this preseason, it wouldn’t have him there for long.

As distorted as was Lewis’ knee last year, and as diligent as it forced him to rehab, he started against Cincinnati and was the only member of the New Orleans Saints’ secondary to start every game in 2014.

So unless hospitalized and bound by handcuffs, there wasn’t much doubt that “West Bank” would be back on the field before training camp concluded. Sunday, he rejoined his teammates for practice at the Saints’ training facility and Tuesday, he looked to be close to his old self.

By John DeShazier / New Orleans Saints.Com

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Delvin Breaux ready to make Superdome debut Sunday for Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-28-2015 07:56 AM

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He spent a portion of his time during pregame behind the New Orleans Saints’ bench near the wall and railing, talking to ushers and fans. They wanted to know his name, vowed to him that they’d be cheering for him.

But once the preseason game against New England began last Saturday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Delvin Breaux might as well have been a little boy looking outside the window, stuck inside as he watched his neighborhood buddies run and play and yell with glee.

He wanted to go out and play, was convinced that nothing would happen to him, knew he’d be fine because he felt strong and fast and as ready as he ever had been. But his parents – in this case, led by Saints Coach Sean Payton – wouldn’t let him.

So Breaux, a New Orleans native and former McDonogh 35 High star who was sidelined by an injury he sustained in the Saints’ preseason opener in Baltimore, helped as best he could, and bided his time. And barring a setback, this week – Sunday, against the Houston Texans in the Superdome will be his time.

By John DeShazier / New Orleans Saints.Com

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Kasim Edebali adjusting to new linebacker role on New Orleans Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-28-2015 07:54 AM

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Kasim Edebali spent 2014 as the New Orleans Saints' backup Jack linebacker, which probably shouldn't be considered a linebacker at all.

This month he formally converted to strong-side linebacker, which means he's going to be doing more actual...line-backing.

Edebali, a second-year player from Boston College, said he's doing things he hasn't done much before in the NFL or college.

"Not that much. Most of the time I was really just a true pass-rusher," he said Friday. "But I feel like at this level, you've got to be able to adjust. I always say, I'll do whatever the team needs me to do. The team wants me to drop in coverage, I'll do that to the best of my ability."

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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What New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton said after practice Thursday Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-28-2015 07:31 AM

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Opening statement: "Situationally, we got to some more red zone work today. We had a "move the ball" period and then some end of game, two-minute situations."

As far as the practice tomorrow night at Tulane; how did that come about?

"I think like a year ago we went over to Mandeville High School and (General Manager) Mickey (Loomis) and I, earlier in the week, were just talking about (having an evening practice at) Tulane. With the (Yulman) stadium being new and not having been there, it certainly, on a Friday night, gives a lot of people an opportunity, that are otherwise maybe working, to (be able to) come see a practice. The weather's been fantastic here this week so we should have good weather. Logistically, it's pretty easy to get over there. Those guys have been practicing in our fieldhouse for the last three years so I told (Tulane Football Head Coach) C.J. (Curtis Johnson) we can borrow your field for just one night. Those guys were great in accommodating us. I think it'll be good."

By Christopher Dabe / Times-Picayune

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Drew Brees is No. 2 quarterback in Pro Football Focus rankings Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-27-2015 01:25 PM

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Pro Football Focus is cranking out top 10 lists for each position unit in the NFL, and the news is encouraging for the New Orleans Saints.

Not only does the website rank Drew Brees as the second-best quarterback in the league, it also puts the Saints' running back corps at No. 8 overall.

On Brees, the website said that "rumors of his demise have been greatly exaggerated...He faces some challenges this season, with Jimmy Graham now on the Seattle Seahawks, but if his pass to Brandin Cooks on Saturday night was anything to go by, he's in for another fine season in 2015."

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints' pass rush comes to life at Wednesday practice Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 08-27-2015 01:23 PM

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Through all of the positivity from the first-team defense against New England last weekend, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton snarled at the unit in his postgame press conference about the lack of pressure on either Tom Brady or Jimmy Garoppolo.

The defense heeded his message during Wednesday's practice session at the team's facility. The defensive front caused some havoc for Drew Brees and the offensive line with four-man rushes as well as a blitz here and there.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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2015 Preseason All-SEC Team -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 08-23-2015

Mike D’s 2015 Preseason All-SEC Team

By Mike Detillier

The SEC is loaded with great talent and there were some very tough decisions to make on who would make my first team All-SEC squad, but below are my selections.


Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Prescott's arm, leadership and running skills have helped put Mississippi State football back on the college football map.


Leonard Fournette, LSU

Leonard Fournette is the most dominant offensive player in the SEC.

Nick Chubbs, Georgia

Chubbs is a hard-charging back with breakaway skills, outstanding field vision and one of the dominant players in college football.

Wide Recievers

Duke Williams, Auburn

Duke is not the most focused or the most detailed oriented, but his skillset is at the highest level as a receiver.

Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

Treadwell is coming back from a horrendous leg injury suffered late against Auburn, but he is a "playmaker" in both the short and deep areas of the field.

Tight End

Hunter Henry, Arkansas

Hunter Henry is one of the most underrated football players in America. Henry has excellent size, sure hands and a knack for finding the open areas in the secondary.

Offensive Tackles

Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss

Tunsil, if healthy, is the best offensive lineman in the SEC, and arguably the college football world.

Cam Robinson, Alabama

Robinson has quickly developed into one of the elite offensive linemen in college football. He is a superstar talent.

Offensive Guards

Greg Pyke, Georgia

Pyke has great size, quick feet and when the Bulldogs need the tough conversion yards Chubbs and Company run behind Pyke.

Ethan Pocic, LSU

The second most valuable player on the Tiger team behind Fournette. Pocic can play guard, center and if he stays another season he will play left tackle for LSU.

Offensive Center

Evan Boehm, Missouri

Boehm is tough, smart, a leader and a very accomplished run blocker and pass protector.

All-Purpose Player

Preseason Reality -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 08-15-2015

Preseason Reality

By Mike Detillier

In many ways preseason football is the biggest mirage in pro sports, but there is some reality to preseason. What we saw Thursday night, when the New Orleans Saints first team defense went up against the first team offense of the Baltimore Ravens, the Ravens offense had their way with the Saints top defenders.

The 30-27 loss by the New Orleans Saints to the Ravens was no indication of the red flags that all of us saw in this contest. The (17-0) early jump-on by the Ravens was done methodically and it was helped some by injuries to cornerbacks Brandon Browner and Delvin Breaux and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe.

Other than an early pass rush by the only sure thing the Saints have in their front-seven in Cam Jordan, the Saints had less pressure on Joe Flacco than New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had in the footballs in the first half against the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship game.

I was impressed with the speed and football instincts in free agent defensive lineman Bobby Richardson, middle linebacker Stephone Anthony and outside linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha, but early on in the contest there was little to get excited about in the front seven.

Rookie cornerback Damian Swann from Georgia continues to impress with his ball skills and he looks like a "keeper" at a position where you have to keep strong numbers.

Other than the injuries and poor play upfront defensively, what really stood out was the fact that the Saints had 16 penalties in the game. That's right 16 penalties. The Ravens with the same practice time had 6. All this talk about first game nerves and don’t get overally excited about this element is horse-hockey.

This is a bit of a rerun of the preseason of 2014 when in two games the Saints drew the ire of head coach Sean Payton by committing more than a dozen penalties. You have spent weeks in practice sessions, the OTA workouts and a couple of weeks of training at the Greenbrier Resort and then 16 penalties?

That has to get the blood pressure of Payton higher than any other factor that happened Thursday night. While there are certainly "personnel" question marks along the front-seven defensively the discipline, or I should say football discipline, has to...
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