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Report: Saints DB's coach Aaron Glenn turned down 'enhanced role' with Giants

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

It’s been a busy offseason for New Orleans Saints defensive backs coach Aaron Glenn. He was courted by the New York Giants as a defensive coordinator earlier in January, but was passed over in favor of Patrick Graham, the Miami Dolphins coordinator who previously worked with first-year Giants coach Joe Judge when they were on Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots staff.

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Drew Brees Reveals Why He Hasn't Decided to Return to the Saints Just Yet

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By Joe Kozlowski | Sportscasting

A few weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints seemed like they had a shot at the Super Bowl title. Then, the Minnesota Vikings came to town on Wild Card Weekend to rain on the parade. Now, the offseason is looming and the club’s franchise player, Drew Brees, is set to hit free agency.
While the Saints would obviously love to have Brees back under center, the veteran quarterback isn’t rushing to make a decision. He’s spending some time doing one specific thing first.

Ever since his time in college, Drew Brees has been proving his critics wrong with impressive offensive performances. This season, he uncorked another massive campaign.

Despite missing five starts with a thumb injury, the veteran still posted strong numbers. He threw for 2,979 yards and 27 touchdowns on the year, but that wasn’t all. The quarterback also...

Drew Brees intrigued by challenge of TV broadcasting after football

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

What will Drew Brees do when his days of playing football are behind him? Well, he might move up to the press box and take a crack at watching games as an unbiased observer during TV broadcasts, even for New Orleans Saints games.

An ESPN report from earlier this offseason named Brees among several possible candidates who could leave the playing field for a broadcast station, offering his analysis and perspective of games. Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo made the leap in recent years, and it’s clear other networks are eager to try and recreate his success.

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Watch: Cam Jordan mercilessly dusts a few kids in a Pro Bowl foot race

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

There are things you don’t do, like choosing to tug Superman’s cape or pull the mask off the Lone Ranger. You also don’t challenge New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan to a race.

That’s what a few children and young teens discovered at an event ahead of the 2020 Pro Bowl when they lined up for a sprint against the 6-foot-4, 287-pound sack artist. Some NFL stars would take the opportunity to let the kids enjoy the spotlight for a moment by throwing the race. But Jordan treated it like a competition.

At least he gave them a second’s head start. But by the time Jordan burst out of his stance, it was no contest, leaving all three of his challengers in the dust.

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2019 Saints Season in Review: Quarterback Taysom Hill

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By Kade Kistner | Saints Wire

We continue our season reviews at Saints Wire with New Orleans Saints third-string quarterback and pending restricted free agent, Taysom Hill. In 2019, Hill saw an expanded role on the offense from his 2018 production, and continued to be a stalwart on the special teams unit.

Hill quickly gained with the fan base in 2018 when he was utilized in a utility-type role, rather than his conventional position. In 2019, that role became even more prominent earning him the nickname of “Swiss Army Knife”.

Level of play in 2019


Hill cannot be judged solely on his quarterbacking skills in 2019. If that’s the case, his 105 passing yards seem quite lackluster. Instead, what is most impressive are his receiving touchdowns on the season. His seven receiving touchdowns (including the playoffs) put him ahead of players such as Julio Jones, Julian Edelman, and Zach Ertz. It also proved that he became a legitimate weapon for Drew Brees to use on the offense.

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After Kobe Bryant's death, Drew Brees calls him 'one of the great competitors of any generation'

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ORLANDO, Fla. — News of Kobe Bryant's death broke just before the starting lineups at the Pro Bowl were announced.

And by the end of the first quarter, most everyone on the sidelines was aware of the tragedy, including New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees.

Brees, in an in-game interview with ESPN's Lisa Salters, said he'd met Bryant once in the past, and wished he could have interacted with him more.

"He was a guy who I always hoped I would have the chance...
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Russell Wilson asks Drew Brees to start in his place in the Pro Bowl

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Russell Wilson was chosen as the NFC’s Pro Bowl starting quarterback, but he’s stepping aside today.

Wilson has asked Drew Brees to start in his place in today’s Pro Bowl.

It was a classy move from the 31-year-old Wilson toward the 41-year-old Brees. Perhaps Wilson has some inside information about Brees’s retirement plans, but more likely Wilson just wanted to make a gesture for a player he’s long admired.

“Drew means the world to me,” Wilson said on the ESPN...
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Drew Brees to start at QB in 2020 Pro Bowl

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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According to this Tweet from Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, starting quarterback for the NFC’s Pro Bowl team, Russell Wilson has given his starting spot in today’s game to our very own Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints:

This is a kind gesture from one veteran peer to another. While speculation may lean toward the thought that Wilson is giving this spot to Brees as a “retirement gift” as Brees could be playing in his last Pro Bowl, that is merely speculation...
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2020 NFL Pro Bowl: open thread

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The Pro Bowl is the closest thing we’ll get to actual NFL football this Sunday, so let’s follow the event here. The New Orleans Saints are sending eleven representatives to today’s Pro Bowl. Here are this year’s Saints Pro Bowlers to watch today:

QB - Drew Brees

RB - Alvin Kamara

WR - Michael Thomas

TE - Jared Cook

OT - Terron Armstead

OG - Larry Warford

DE - Cameron Jordan

CB - Marshon Lattimore

K - Wil Lutz

KR - Deonte Harris

and uh...

OG - Andrus Peat...
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Pro Bowl 2020: Game Time, TV, Online, and Mobile Streaming

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The Pro Bowl returns to Orlando for a fourth consecutive year, rather than a trip to beautiful Hawaii or the Super Bowl host city of Miami. It may not be scenic Honolulu or South Beach, but the NFL Pro Bowlers do get to spend some time at Disney World this year. Although the Pro Bowl had become a mess from 2014-2016, the game has rebounded a bit since 2017. It has gone from unwatchable to mildly entertaining.

The New Orleans Saints have sent eleven representatives...
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Drew Brees will “give it a month or so” before making his decision

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For Saints quarterback Drew Brees, the decision is simple: Play for the Saints in 2020, or retire.

On Saturday, the timetable for making the decision became a bit more clear.

“I’m really waiting until football is totally done,” Brees said Saturday from the Pro Bowl, via Amie Just of NOLA.com. “Obviously being here, I’m just very much focused on my family and this opportunity to be around the guys, playing the game.

“Then, I’ll kind of lay low for a little bit, get...
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Super Bowl LIV picks and analysis from 18 Pro Bowlers

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The NFL's best gather in Orlando, Florida, this week to play in Sunday's Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium (ABC/ESPN, 3 p.m. ET). How do they see Super Bowl LIV playing out between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers?

We asked 18 Pro Bowlers and a Legends captain to weigh in on who's going to win the big game. Not everyone went on record and chose a winner, but everyone offered a take. Here's what they said:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker

"The Niners...
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Saints Podcast Round-Up, January 25, 2020

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Looking for Saints podcasts? We got you set with all the local podcasts such as Canal St. Chronicles, Locked On Saints, Saints Happy Hour, Who Dat Confessional, Bayou Blitz and more!

Canal St. Chronicles

Locked On Saints

Saints Happy Hour

Who Dat Confessional

Bayou Blitz
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Drew Brees' retirement decision to come in a month; Saints QB using Pro Bowl for family time

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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KISSIMMEE, Fla. — One of Drew Brees' sons, Callen, clung to his father's leg after Saturday's Pro Bowl practice.

Brees, while answering media questions, occasionally patted his son on the head, simultaneously paying attention to both his child and a reporter.

For Brees, that's what Pro Bowl week is all about: spending time with his wife and four children. His decision regarding his future on the football field will come later.

"I'm really waiting until football...
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Saints Love a rookie QB in Mel Kiper’s recent mock

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It’s now time for mock draft season - are you excited?

In Mel Kiper’s recent mock draft for ESPN (Insider required), the New Orleans Saints select Utah State quarterback Jordan Love with the 24th overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft:

Love is one of those quarterbacks that could conceivably go anywhere from the middle of the first round to the beginning of the third round, depending on what teams value in his play. Pro Football Focus recent did a piece on love titled...
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Post season Lagniappe: Senior Bowl Game Thread, Shriner's Bowl, Pro Bowl

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Man it’s the dreaded offseason. Yet there is much football to talk about. Or not. It’s a Lagniappe thread so “most” topics are fair game. Just follow the guidelines and every thing will be kool.

The Shriners Bowl was last Saturday. Think this might be the first time I haven’t either watched it live or at least recorded it to watch. Did anyone watch and maybe see someone of interest for the upcoming draft?

The Reese’s Senior Bowl is today at 1:30 in Mobile, Ala. The...
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What to know about the 2020 Pro Bowl -- date, time, how to watch

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The 2020 Pro Bowl kicks off Sunday from Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The game begins at 3 p.m. ET, and you can watch it live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ABC, Disney XD and on the ESPN App.

The Pro Bowl is the NFL's version of an all-star game, with players from both the AFC and the NFC. In total, 88 players are voted in, and each participant gets paid for going. A player on the winning Pro Bowl team gets $74,00; players on the losing team each get $32,000...
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Garrett Hartley signs with XFL after tryout

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The New Orleans Saints have had many legendary kickers including Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Morten Andersen. However, Garrett Hartley made the most important kicks in franchise history to help the Saints win their first Super Bowl.

Now the 33-year old is back in professional football after impressing enough in a tryout to be signed by the fledgling reboot of the XFL. Hartley has been assigned to the Seattle Dragons for the upcoming spring season.

The former...
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Saints, archdiocese emails dust-up spotlights close relationship between team, church leaders

  • News source: BY RAMON ANTONIO VARGAS | Staff writer
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Court filings by the New Orleans Saints aim to keep the public from seeing hundreds of emails that show team executives helping the Archdiocese of New Orleans shape its messaging on the church’s clerical sex abuse crisis, The Associated Press reported Friday.

Within hours of the article’s publication, the Saints issued a statement defending themselves, saying the still-unreleased emails show club officials advised Archbishop Gregory Aymond — one of Saints owner...
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