by john deshaizer

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    Dez Bryant feels surrounded by greatness in New Orleans Saints locker room

    John DeShazier | Senior Writer - Dez Bryant, the student, knows exactly what Dez Bryant, the player, is stepping into as the newest member of the New Orleans Saints. The three-time Pro Bowl, one-time All-Pro receiver looks around his new locker room, and he hears bleating...
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    Alvin Kamara the New Orleans Saints veteran voice at running back

    John DeShazier | Senior Writer - If there are any of Alvin Kamara’s beloved Airheads left in his locker from last season – footnote: the company has sent him new, not-yet-on-the-market, secret flavors to test – the candy possibly has spent as much or more time in the New...
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    Rookie defensive end Marcus Davenport eager to play in first preseason game with New Orleans Saints

    John DeShazier | Senior Writer - Costa Mesa, Calif. – The much-anticipated debut of Marcus Davenport is at hand. The rookie defensive end, the New Orleans Saints’ first-round draft pick (No. 14 overall) this year, isn’t expected to be on the field for the entirety of...
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    New Orleans Saints hope patience pays off with Devaroe Lawrence

    John DeShazier | Senior Writer - Devaroe Lawrence knows perfectly well that you won’t find many Devaroe Lawrence’s in the NFL. The undrafted rookie in 2017 joined the New Orleans Saints coming off a torn ACL, then needed another surgery because he said the first procedure...
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    Vonn Bell sounds ready for his role in New Orleans Saints secondary

    John DeShazier | Senior Writer - Don’t look past Vonn Bell. Just, don’t. There may be an inclination to do that in this training camp, after Marcus Williams had a standout season at safety as a rookie in 2017, and Kurt Coleman was added as a free agent in March. But...
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    Safety Kurt Coleman gives New Orleans Saints a new chess piece

    By John Deshaizer Senior Writer - Don’t box in Kurt Coleman. Don’t call him a “free” or “strong” safety, or presuppose he enjoys being in the box on defense rather than playing center field, or leap to the conclusion that he’s more of a thumper than a ballhawk. Just let...

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