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Saints sign undrafted free agents J.T. Gray, Colton Jumper

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By Amos Morale III, | The Times-Picayune

The New Orleans Saints signed undrafted free agents J.T. Gray and Colton Jumper, according to the league transaction report posted Thursday (May 3).

Gray is a 6-foot, 202-pound defensive back out Mississippi State who played in 45 games, starting 17, through his four-year career at Mississippi State. He finished his Bulldogs career with 65 tackles, eight pass break-ups, an interception and a forced fumble in his senior year.

Full Article -- Picayune

Saban: Mark Ingram just as competitive on golf course

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Duane Rankin, Montgomery Advertiser

Nick Saban had somewhere to be, but golf partner Mark Ingram wasn’t having it.

Saban was recounting when he and Ingram finished second to Georgia Tech pair Paul Johnson and Jon Berry in the 2015 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge at Reynolds Lake Oconee Resort outside Atlanta.

“We were in the playoff with Georgia Tech to win on about the fifth extra hole,” Saban said. “I said, ‘Mark, this is my last hole. I have to go speak.’ There are whole load of people at the plane and they’re all calling every five minutes saying, ‘We’ve got a 1,000 people you got to speak to tonight. We’re going to be late.’”

Full Article -- Montgomery Advertiser

New Orleans Saints 2018 NFL Draft: Why Taysom Hill Is the Winner

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By Dean Mullen

Make no mistake, Taysom Hill has to feel pretty good going into the 2018 season. He will undoubtedly have to beat out Tom Savage to win the backup job. Also, with the acquisition of J.T. Barrett, it’s likely to be a battle for that backup position. Nevertheless, Hill has the coaches’ eyes and some experience being with the team for a solid year.

The fact that the Saints didn’t select a quarterback, has to instill some confidence in Hill. Surely, Who Dat Nation was salivating in round one, when the Saints traded up to move to the 14th overall pick. The thought was that the Saints were going to pick a quarterback. That’s the usual scenario when a team moves up and gives up a couple of draft picks.

Full Article -- LWOS

Saints draft: Boom or bust? Only time will tell!!

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NEW ORLEANS -- No question that after last year’s bountiful draft for the New Orleans Saints, the 2018 version of let’s take a chance would be scrutinized in a way that no other draft would be.

No matter who the Saints chose this year, the comparison to 2017 would be made, even though none of the players selected starting last Thursday had even taken a snap in the NFL.

So, how did the Saints do in this year’s installment? That all depends on who you ask. The range of grades looks like the report card of a seventh grader going through the change to adulthood: it is all over the map.
ESPN gave the Saints a C+, putting New Orleans just above average.

Bleacher Report, without providing any explanation with its rankings, gave the Saints a D, the lowest in the league along with Oakland and Seattle.
Yahoo and USA Today agreed with Bleacher Report and also rated the New Orleans draft as being D worthy. However, both and CBS Sports had the Saints with a grade of B.

The biggest move of the draft for New Orleans came very early. The Saints made a bold move in the first round Thursday, trading next year’s first-rounder to move up and take Texas-San Antonio defensive end Marcus Davenport, a player who filled a need for a pressure player at the right defensive end spot the Saints have been trying to fill long-term for years.

Full Article -- Ville Platte Gazette

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Saints agree to terms with cornerback PJ Williams

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The New Orleans Saints announced today that they have agreed to terms with cornerback P.J. Williams. The announcement was made by Saints’ Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis.

Williams, 6-0, 196, was originally selected by New Orleans in the third round (78th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft out of Florida State. He has appeared in 47 career regular season games with 22 starts, posting career totals of 150 tackles (119 solo), two sacks, four...
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Saints bring P.J. Williams back on affordable deal

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Per Nick Underhill, the New Orleans Saints have signed versatile slot corner P.J. Williams to a one-year contract.

The deal is reported to include $2 million fully guaranteed, according to Ian Rapoport.

Corner was a position where the starters might have been in place, but there was little depth before this signing. While Williams might not be a guy you’re comfortable with manning a starting role, him being the fourth or fifth corner and providing depth in the slot...
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Sean Payton slams column bashing Saints' over plan to 'head to a bar' for draft HQ

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Sean Payton didn't throw out the entirety of a USA Today column roasting the Saints' plans for the NFL draft, just 92% of it.

The column in question from Nancy Armour labeled the Saints' choice of a "bar" for its draft headquarters as "dumb and "dangerous" while New Orleans grapples with the coronavirus pandemic.

"Nancy, you have 8% of your facts correct with this piece! Unbelievable," Payton wrote in response to a tweet of Armour's touting the column. "We need...
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Saints bring back cornerback P.J. Williams

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The Saints brought back some more secondary depth Thursday.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Saints have agreed to a new one-year deal with cornerback P.J. Williams.

He’ll make a guaranteed $2 million.

He was on the receiving end of a non-pass interference in the playoffs, as Kyle Rudolph him away before catching a touchdown.

Williams, their third-round pick in 2015, has started 23 games for them the last four years. He missed his rookie year with a...
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Veteran defensive back P.J. Williams to re-sign with the Saints on a 1-year deal

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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The New Orleans Saints are the only professional franchise defensive back P.J. Williams has ever known, and that will continue to be true in 2020 after Williams agreed to terms with the Saints on a new contract Thursday.

The deal is for one season. Other terms of the contract are not yet known.

The Saints drafted Williams in the third round out of Florida State in the 2015 draft, and after battling injuries early in his career — playing just two games his first two...
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CB Williams returns to Saints on 1-year deal

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The New Orleans Saints are bringing back versatile cornerback P.J. Williams on a one-year deal, the team announced Thursday.

Williams battled injuries and inconsistency early in his career, but he found a niche over the past two seasons as a nickelback with the Saints, playing about 80% of their defensive snaps inside the slot when active. He also filled in at safety when needed because of injuries late last season.

The Saints let cornerback Eli Apple go in free...
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Kyle Turley abandons claim that CBD cures coronavirus

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The coronavirus pandemic has plenty of people trying to make plenty of money via plenty of snake-oily remedies and cures.

Former NFL lineman Kyle Turley has found himself on the wrong side of the federal government for insisting that CBD can cure coronavirus. Via, the Food and Drug Administration has sent a warning letter to Neuro XPF, a company owned by Turley, regarding such claims.

“The US FDA will one day acknowledge the power of cannabis and its...
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Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic canceled

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The 28th Annual Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic, scheduled for May 18 at the Bayou Oaks course at City Park, has been canceled due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic in our community.

Those who had paid for foursomes previously will be refunded.

“Our main concern is for the health and welfare for all Saints fans and supporters of the Saints Hall of Fame,” Saints Hall of Fame Chairman of the Board Jay Romig said. “We’re doing this for the betterment of...
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The Saints 2020 NFL Draft hats have officially dropped!

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For years the NFL draft caps have been a laughing stock for fans of the New Orleans Saints. We all remember this atrocity, don’t we? But Fanatics has officially dropped the New Orleans Saints cap for the 2020 NFL Draft, and for the first time, they aren’t utter garbage.

There’s a reason the New Orleans Saints are viewed to have one of the best logos in the NFL. It’s simple, classy, and elegant, but also unique and representative to the team and the city’s Jesuit...
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Canal Street Chronicles...on YouTube?

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That’s right, Canal Street Chronicles, you favorite site for coverage and analysis for the New Orleans Saints has expanded to another platform. We’re still on Facebook. And we’re still on Twitter. But now, you can also join into the fun on YouTube.

Extra analysis, promo videos, and just videos to get you plain ole “hyped” about the New Orleans Saints can be found on our new Canal Street Chronicles YouTube channel, and we would appreciate if you could drop us a...
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Saints By Position: Top 5 linebackers in franchise history

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When discussing the best linebackers in New Orleans Saints history and you have just five at the top of the list, you have to start with the greatest linebacker corps in NFL history. That part is easy.

Of course, there have been many good to very good linebackers in the history of the franchise. Some were block-eaters. Some were tackling machines. Some were good in pass coverage. Some were outstanding pass rushers.

Then, there were the few who could do it all and...
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Projecting the Saints 2021 cap space if Drew Brees retires in 2020

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New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees recently inked a new two-year deal worth $50 million. This new deal may open the door to the quarterback playing another year past the 2020 season. However, Saints head coach Sean Payton recently spoke with the media and let it slip that this may be Brees’s final season (although he later tried to walk it back). That would make sense considering the team’s aggressiveness in free agency and the restructuring of a multitude of...
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4 free agent wide receivers the Saints should avoid

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We’ve gone over four wide receivers the New Orleans Saints should consider in free agency, but there are plenty of names still out there that weren’t covered. In fact, there are quite a few big names still on the market, but the Saints should avoid each them. Why? I’m glad you asked.

Josh Gordon could be an elite wide receiver again in the NFL. He looked like a budding superstar-in-the-making for the Cleveland Browns what feels like ages ago, catching 87 passes for...
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Saints trade up in new CSC mock draft

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Now that the Saints have made some major additions in free agency including safety Malcolm Jenkins and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, it is a good time to revisit the mock draft landscape. With the recent additions, and retention of in-house free agents, it feels like while New Orleans has spaces where they can improve, there are no glaring holes on the team. So the focus of this mock shifts to finding early impact players in the first two days while shoring up...
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