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Saints signing undrafted rookie linebacker KeShun Freeman

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By Josh Katzenstein

NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

The New Orleans Saints were obviously happy with their group of tryout players during rookie minicamp this past weekend.

Former Georgia Tech linebacker KeShun Walker is signing with the Saints, according to a tweet from his agent. Walker is one of four tryout players who earned a contract after the three-day camp.

The Saints also have signed veteran defensive tackle Jay Bromley and offensive lineman Michael Ola, as well as fullback Ryan Yurachek, who went undrafted this year like Walker.

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Saints to sign former Giants defensive tackle Jay Bromley

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By Josh Katzenstein

NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune


The number of tryout players the New Orleans Saints that earned a roster spot after rookie minicamp is up to three.

Veteran defensive tackle Jay Bromley is set to sign with the Saints, according to a league source. He joins veteran offensive tackle Michael Ola and undrafted rookie fullback Ryan Yurachek (Marshall) as players who earned contracts after trying out this past weekend.

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Will Jonathan Williams Be The Next Man Up in the Saints Backfield?

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With Mark Ingram out, is the answer to running back depth for New Orleans already on the roster?

By BobRose

The New Orleans Saints opened their rookie camp this past weekend, the first chance to see this year's draft choices and free agent signees on the field in their new uniforms. They opened camp just days after the league announced that Pro Bowl running back Mark Ingram will be suspended for the first four games of the upcoming season. The team still has the reigning offensive rookie of the year in Alvin Kamara, who was already expected to take on an even bigger role in the Saints offense. The immediate question now surrounding New Orleans is their depth behind Kamara, and how they will go about replacing Ingram's production until his return. The Saints have very little experience at the running back position, their current depth chart looks like this:

Trey Edmunds (6'2, 223-lbs., 2nd yr.)

~Edmunds made the team as a rookie free agent last year, rushing for 48 yards on 9 carries and a touchdown.

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Ravens announce the hirings of Rob Ryan, Anthony Weaver

  • News source: Charean Williams
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The Ravens announced the hirings of Rob Ryan and Anthony Weaver to their defensive staff. Ryan will serve as inside linebackers coach and Weaver as run game coordinator/defensive line coach.

In a news release, head coach John Harbaugh said the team continues to interview candidates for their defensive backs coaching position.

“Rob is a proven NFL coach who brings extensive experience to the Ravens,” Harbaugh said in a statement. “In addition to his passion for the game, he has an outstanding ability to connect with and teach players.

“Anthony is highly regarded throughout the NFL. As a...
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The Saints 2020 season, boiled down to the 10 numbers that defined it

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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Maybe you’re the binary type whose only measure of a season is a one or a zero: Did the New Orleans Saints win another Super Bowl title, or did they fail?

If that sounds like you, go ahead and stop reading now. But if you’re the type who is interested in a numerical accounting of the season that was, keep going, because the 2020 New Orleans Saints were an interesting statistical group.

Here is one person’s interpretation of the 10 numbers that defined the Saints season

0 — This is how many players passed for 300 yards against the Saints this season, including the two playoff games. It’s...
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Saints reflect on an unforgettable year marked by unprecedented challenges. 'It was an escape'

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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The 2020 New Orleans Saints season closed on a forgettable chapter with an uninspiring playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but then again, many who were a part of that season won’t soon forget what it was like even getting to that point.

How could they not remember the empty stadiums? The morning nasal swab and temperature check ritual? The constant reminders to maintain distance from teammates, a drastic change in a locker room’s social setting and, in a way, a contradiction of a profession that requires them to get very close to other people.

How could they ever shut out the...
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5 Players the Saints should re-sign this offseason

  • News source: Kade Kistner
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The New Orleans Saints will aim to remain competitive in the upcoming 2021 NFL season. However, the potential retirement of Drew Brees and the salary cap dilemma have many fans worried that competitive may not be the case.

Fortunately, through contract restructures and extensions, New Orleans will have some money to play with and may aim to re-sign some of their stars that are currently free agents. Here are the top five players the team should target:

While many fans are clamoring to trade for Deshaun Watson or Matthew Stafford, we are aiming to be a bit more pragmatic. The Saints will...
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Saints fan confidence tumbles heading into tumultuous offseason

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NFL. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged-in New Orleans Saints fans and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

With the loss over the weekend the Saints season came to an end. But with it came the end of an era. The way things have come to an end has shaken the confidence of Saints fans.

Does Drew Brees retire? Who is the quarterback of the Saints in 2021? Will the Saints be able to contend next year when they’re slated to be over $100 million over the cap?

These questions don’t have answers, and...
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NFL Playoff Picks 2021: Conference Championships

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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The New Orleans Saints suffered yet another devastating playoff loss in the Divisional Round, dashing the Saints’ Super Bowl hopes once again and putting a damper on these playoffs since that time. Of course, the NFL Playoffs steam ahead as the road to the Super Bowl comes near its end. Now, let’s take a look at the matchups ahead.

The NFL’s final four take the stage to determine who moves on to Super Bowl LV. The NFC title matchup features the two most media-adored quarterbacks in NFL history, while the AFC title matchup features the best overall team in the NFL this year, in Kansas...
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POLL: Who do you want to win between the Packers and Buccaneers?

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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This Sunday the Green Bay Packers are set to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship game. For New Orleans Saints fans who will still watch the game just because they enjoy watching football, this presents a bit of a conundrum. Who do you wind up cheering for?

The case for:

What’s another ring for Tom Brady at this point? All things considered, he seems like a decent enough dude. He threw a touchdown pass to Drew Brees’s kids after last week’s game for Pete’s sake! If Brady has 6 rings, 7 rings, or 11 rings, it doesn’t really change the hierarchy of the NFL’s greatest...
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Report: Chargers, Seahawks want to interview Joe Lombardi for offensive coordinator

  • News source: Josh Alper
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The Saints lost one offensive assistant when Dan Campbell was hired as the head coach of the Lions and another member of Sean Payton’s staff could be in the mix for a couple of offensive coordinator openings.

Jeff Duncan of TheAthletic.com reports that the Chargers and Seahawks have requested permission to interview quarterbacks coach Joe Lombardi for their offensive coordinator openings.

Lombardi is in his second stint with the Saints. He returned to the team in 2016 after spending two seasons as the offensive coordinator for the Lions.

Prior to entering the NFL as a Falcons assistant...
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Fleur-de-Links, January 22: Sean Payton speaks on coaching moves, quarterback futures, and more

  • News source: Adam Dunnells
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A look at potential quarterbacks the Saints could start in 2021, including in-house quarterbacks, quarterbacks currently playing for other teams, or draft picks.

Sean Payton speaks on multiple moves surrounding Saints coaching staff.

Dan Campbell speaks highly of Sean Payton following his signing as new head coach with Detroit Lions.

Sean Payton shares his specific positive feelings about Ryan Nielsen’s position with the Saints.

ESPN’s Kevin Seifert listed Trey Hendrickson and Marcus Williams among the top 50 free agents heading into the 2021 offseason.

Sean Payton speaks on the...
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Blame game out in full force with Brees, Nielsen developments

  • News source: Ken Trahan
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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

So is the view of negativity.

So Brittany Brees did what the New Orleans Saints will never do in revealing intimate details about her husband’s vast injuries which he endured and played with in what was likely his final season in the NFL.

Sean Payton would not address the specifics in his conference call with media Thursday but did praise the toughness of Brees for playing hurt and the stability and ability of Brees to answer the bell with regularity over a two decade career.

The reaction to the injury revelation has triggered one of several...
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Sean Payton “fired up” about Ryan Nielsen’s return

  • News source: Josh Alper
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When the week began, it looked like Saints defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen would be heading to LSU to become the school’s new defensive coordinator.

The Saints said Nielsen’s contract blocked the move, however, and Wednesday brought word that he will remain with the team. Nielsen signed a three-year extension and added the title of assistant head coach.

On Thursday, head coach Sean Payton discussed his excitement about that turn of events.

“We’re outstanding,” Payton said, via the team’s website. “We’re fantastic, fired up that he’s returning. Every once in a while in this business...
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Ex-Saints coach Dan Campbell says Lions will 'bite a kneecap' to be 'last ones standing'

  • News source: Staff report
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Dan Campbell has been the head coach of the Detroit Lions for one day, but he's already making waves in NFL circles for his introductory press conference.

The former New Orleans Saints tight ends coach spoke with media members for more than an hour on Thursday covering a wide variety of topics, the most eye-catching being how Campbell plans to have the Lions "take on the identity of" their city.

Campbell started his answer by referencing how Detroit has been down before, but found a way to overcome adversity. He then illustrated that principle in graphic detail, including references to...
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Sean Payton addressed Saints' potential future at QB: 'We have a really good room'

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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On the day his 2020 season came to an end, January 17, Sean Payton marked his 15th anniversary of being named the New Orleans Saints head coach. In a few months, quarterback Drew Brees will reach the same milestone for the day the organization announced his signing.

Their legacies have been tied together since then. Now, for the first time in his Saints tenure, Payton could soon be preparing for a season that does not include Brees as part of the plan. Speaking Thursday for the first time since the Saints’ season ended in last Sunday’s playoff loss, Payton spoke optimistically about where...
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'We're outstanding:' Saints' Sean Payton speaks on Ryan Nielsen situation, Dan Campbell, other assistants

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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Right before Sean Payton's season wrap-up press conference on Thursday, New Orleans Saints defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen popped his head into Payton's office to go over a few things.

And it had been an eventful week for the former USC defensive tackle.

On Monday, LSU was finalizing a deal to bring on Nielsen as its new defensive coordinator — a move that would reunite Nielsen with Ed Orgeron, his college position coach.

On Tuesday morning, Orgeron said in a radio interview that the Saints and LSU were hammering out "some things to work out." What Orgeron meant by that was how...
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