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There are only 100 days to go until our first SAINTS game of the 2020 season. Tampa Bay vs New Orleans SAINTS. Brees vs Brady. Therefore tomorrow morning, Saturday June 6th, the countdown begins. As we begin our traditional countdown this year we salute SAINT TEX for her many years of bringing us the COUNTDOWN. Thank you again SAINT TEX. Tune in tomorrow morning as we begin with number,
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Carl Granderson

Carl Granderson played high school ball in California. He went on to play his college ball for Wyoming where he started for three years at defensive end. He was a two-time All-Mountain West selection who totaled 172 tackles, 17.5 sacks, 3 interceptions, forced 3 fumbles, over his four years there.

Projected to be drafted in one of the later rounds, he was not selected.

He needed to deal with legal issues involving unwanted sexual contact. The SAINTS took a risk and signed him as an undrafted free agent. After a judge suspended his sentence, he was allowed to report to the SAINTS. He first wore #57 in preseason.

His “first quick step” was noticed in camp. His legnth is considered his best physical asset. He was inactive the first part of the season. In the second game that he saw action, he recorded his first sack in the NFL. The sack came against current teammate Jameis Winston. He was so excited he did his version of the “Worm” as part of his sack celebration. He had a few critics on the celebration, but the sack was welcomed.

Cam Jordon was quoted as saying, “you see how twitchy he is. You see how explosive he is, you see the demeanor he has when he takes the field. He’s hungry for this. This is something you can cultivate, and hopefully you can see the flash turn into something consistent”. But concerning the worm celebration, “That’s gotta go on somebody’s NOT TOP 10 List.”

Granderson went on to play in 9 games last season, totaling 10 tackles, and his first sack.
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I had some computer injuries (failures) and my computer had to go to the sideline and pay a visit to the blue tent to get checked out by the Doctors, so I'm a little late posting today.We are patched up now and back on the field so I can add some things to go along with what "Insidejob" posted. I'm not sure if this computer will hold up, or need to go on IR and be replaced. I'm going to see what the salary cap hit will be.
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Taylor Joseph Stallworth

Like his teammate Mario Edwards Jr., Taylor Stallworth was born on the gulf coast. Stallworth played for Murphy High School in Mobile, Alabama. I wonder if he was a SAINTS fan growing up. He was named All-State and played in the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star game after recording 53 tackles, four sacks and 12 tackles for loss in his senior season. Stallworth committed to play college football at South Carolina over offers from Arkansas, Minnesota, Tennessee, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Southern Miss and Tulane.

Stallworth played four seasons with the Gamecocks becoming a starter for the team during his sophomore year. He was considered an old-school, two-gap nose tackle, run stopper. Over the course of his college career Stallworth had 87 tackles, a sack and 12 quarterback hurries in 41 games.
Stallworth was not selected in the draft. As an undrafted free-agent he signed with the New Orleans in 2018. He made the Saints' 53-man roster out of training camp after a solid performance during the preseason. Taylor made his NFL debut against the Cleveland Browns. In his rookie season, Stallworth recorded eight tackles, a sack, and a fumble recovery in 14 regular season games played and five tackles and a QB hit in two playoff games.
In his second year with the SAINTS, Stallworth did not see the field as much as he did his rookie year. He was actually waived by the Saints last September but was re-signed to the team's practice squad two days later after clearing waivers. Stallworth was promoted back up to the active roster in December. He finished the season with eight tackles in four regular season games and one tackle in the Saints' Divisional Round Playoff game.

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Cameron Tyler Jordan

Jordan was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His father, Steve Jordan, played 13 years in the NFL with the Vikings.. Cam was a two-sport athlete in high school in Arizona. He was a star in football, and like his teammate Mario Edwards Jr., he excelled in track as well. In football, he earned All-State honors his senior year after registering 85 tackles and 17.5 sacks. Jordan was one of the state's top performers in the discus throw. He captured the state title in the discus recording a top-throw of 175 ft 7’. Jordan also threw teh shot put. So what we need to see is he and Mario Edwards Jr. in a shot put competition in camp. :)
Jordan primarily played defensive end for the University of California at Berkeley. He played in 50 of 51 possible games and made 32 starts at Cal from 2007-10.
He finished his collegiate career with 175 tackles, while adding 34.0 tackles for loss (-122 yards) and 16.5 sacks .
Jordan played in the 2011 Senior Bowl. His overall performance during Senior Bowl practice helped his draft stock and made him a first round pick by the SAINTS.
So what has Cam done since he has been with the SAINTS? We could go on all day talking about his contribution. Well in the 9 seasons he has played for us his stats in regular season games is 451 tackles, 87 sacks, 47 passes defended, and 10 forced fumbles. In those 144 games, he has played in all of them. Just like in college, he was always available. Even when injured he has always been available. Just last year he played in our last five games with an adductor muscle that tore from the bone. The injury occurred in week 14, but he played through it. He had surgery this off season and expects to be ready for camp. Even with the injury last year Jordan finished with a career-high 15.5 sacks in the 2019 regular season campaign. His four-sack performance against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 13 was arguably the best game of the year for him. He was well on pace to set/tie the franchise single-season record that was held by La'Roi Glover (17) from 2000, however Jordan didn't record a sack over the next two games (Colts and 49ers), but notched one in each of the final two regular season games. He also had a postseason sack against the Vikings. Cam is the second all-time leading sack leader for the franchise at 87.0, trailing Rickey Jackson (115.0) by 28 sacks. I can see us doing a COUNTDOWN of the best 100 sacks by Cam Jordan. He signed a three-year, $52.5 million contract extension with the Saints last June, based on what he did last year. In my opinion that deal was a steal for the SAINTS.

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DAVID ONYEMATA

Onyemata is a native of Nigeria. Born Ebuka Onyemata but now he goes by “David”. He immigrated, on his own, to Canada in 2011 to attend college. Onyemata had never seen a gridiron football game until he went to Winnipeg, but he became a standout player for the University of Manitoba Bisons. He was invited to play in the East-West Shrine game and became the top Canadian prospect in the 2016 draft. Onyemata was drafted by the SAINTS in the fourth round as the 120th overall pick. He was the first player from the University of Manitoba to be selected in the NFL draft. The Saints actually traded their fifth round picks for 2016 and 2017 to the Washington Redskins in order to draft Onyemata. Possessing a unique combination of size and speed and the ability to play several positions on the defensive line, he earned a spot on New Orleans' defensive line rotation in his rookie campaign. He has played four seasons with the SAINTS. New Orleans knew they didn't want to keep him here so they gave him a 26 million dollar contract for the next 3 years. Re-signing Onyemata was significant for the Saints, since Sheldon Rankins has had another season-ending injury. Onyemata had a career-high 11 quarterback hits (plus three sacks) in 2019, as many as the previous two years combined.
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MARCUS DAVENPORT


Davenport went to John Paul Stevens High School in San Antonio. As a senior he recorded 73 tackles, including 10 for loss, six sacks and a half dozen pass breakups and earned first-team All-District 27-5A honors. He played on the basketball team, ran track and was an area qualifier in the 1,600m relay and he also threw the shot put. We seem to have a lot of former high school shot putters on our team. Marcus did not receive a lot of attention from college teams to play football. He decided to play college football at the University of Texas at San Antonio. As a senior at UTSA, he was All-Conference and selected as the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year after recording 55 tackles and 8.5 sacks. He totaled 185 tackles and 21.5 sacks during his playing time for the UTSA Roadrunners. He accepted an invitation to play in the Senior Bowl the first player from UTSA to ever have been invited. He recorded a sack of Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield on the first series, and he also contributed a 19-yard fumble return for a touchdown. Marcus was the second UTSA player to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine. Davenport was drafted in the first round (14th overall) of the 2018 draft by the SAINTS. He was the second defensive end to be selected that year, behind only Bradley Chubb. In Week 3, Davenport recorded his first career sack in the victory over the Falcons. In Week 8, against the Minnesota Vikings, he recorded a two-sack performance in that victory. He has also had multi sack games against the Bucs and Falcons. In December of last year, Davenport was placed on injured reserve with a foot injury. He finished the season with 31 tackles, six sacks, and three forced fumbles through 13 starts. I’m am certainly looking forward to seeing him get back on the field.

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TREY HENDRICKSON

Hendrickson play college football at Florida Atlantic and set school records in tackles for loss (42), sacks (29), and forced fumbles (8). He also led the nation in blocked kicks with (4). He started for three years for the Owls. The year before his current teammate Marcus Davenport was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year, Hendrickson had won the same honor. Hendrickson played in the 2017 East-West Shrine Game and recorded a strip/sack. He was named the Defensive Player of the Game and followed it up with a strong performance at the NFL combine. While not heavily touted by the draft community, Hendrickson was projected by the majority of NFL draft experts and scouts to be a third or fourth round pick. He was ranked as the 13th best defensive end prospect in the draft by NFLDraftScout.com. The SAINTS selected Hendrickson in the third round (103rd overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft, using a third round pick originally acquired from the Patriots in exchange for Brandin Cooks. He brought his raw talent, size, strength and speed to a youthful Saints defensive line. In his third season as a professional, the pass rusher appeared in 13 games with three starts and enjoyed a breakout campaign with 19 tackles (11 solo), a career-high 4.5 sacks and one forced fumble. He also started the playoff contest and added another sack. Hendrickson is entering his fourth and final year of his rookie contract and hopefully we will see his improvement continue.

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MALCOM D’SHAWN BROWN

Malcom Brown attended high school in Brehan, Texas. He was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and track. Just like several of his defensive teammates on the SAINTS roster, he threw the shot put as well. A three-year starter, he recorded 125 tackles and 24 sacks during his high school football career. Brown was regarded as a five-star recruit by Rivals.com and was ranked as the fifth-best defensive tackle and the 26th-best player overall in his class. He played college football at Texas. He took over as a starter his sophomore year in 2013, starting all 13 games. Brown remained a starter his junior season, and he finished the season with 70 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, and 6.5 sacks and was a first-team All-Big 12 selection. He also received All-American honors, and was named a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy which is given to the best defensive player in college football. Brown finished the year as the Longhorns' season leader in tackles for loss, sacks, and forced fumbles. At the end of his junior season, Brown decided to forgo his senior year to enter the NFL draft. He was picked by the Patriots in the first round (32nd overall). After (4) productive years in New England Brown joined the SAINTS in free agency. Last year he made an immediate impact on the New Orleans defense, which finished fourth in the NFL in run defense. He totaled 34 tackles (18 solo), two sacks, one pass defensed and one forced fumble. For his career, he has appeared in 76 games with 67 starts tallying 220 tackles (121 solo), 10.5 sacks, one pass defensed one forced fumble and four fumble recoveries. He seemed to be just what the SAINTS needed on the defensive line and turned out to be a another positive free agent addition who should continue to make contributions in 2020.

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TREY HENDRICKSON

Hendrickson play college football at Florida Atlantic and set school records in tackles for loss (42), sacks (29), and forced fumbles (8). He also led the nation in blocked kicks with (4). He started for three years for the Owls. The year before his current teammate Marcus Davenport was named the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year, Hendrickson had won the same honor. Hendrickson played in the 2017 East-West Shrine Game and recorded a strip/sack. He was named the Defensive Player of the Game and followed it up with a strong performance at the NFL combine. While not heavily touted by the draft community, Hendrickson was projected by the majority of NFL draft experts and scouts to be a third or fourth round pick. He was ranked as the 13th best defensive end prospect in the draft by NFLDraftScout.com. The SAINTS selected Hendrickson in the third round (103rd overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft, using a third round pick originally acquired from the Patriots in exchange for Brandin Cooks. He brought his raw talent, size, strength and speed to a youthful Saints defensive line. In his third season as a professional, the pass rusher appeared in 13 games with three starts and enjoyed a breakout campaign with 19 tackles (11 solo), a career-high 4.5 sacks and one forced fumble. He also started the playoff contest and added another sack. Hendrickson is entering his fourth and final year of his rookie contract and hopefully we will see his improvement continue.



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Anyone think a flag was thrown in the pic where T-Rix is being held to avoid sacking Stafford against the Lions? Same goes for the Chargers though it's not as blatant. I doubt it. Hendrickson seems to get held more often than not and never gets a call. Here's to another year of him being a part of the rotation.
 
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JOSH HILL

Josh Hill was born and raised in Blackfoot, Idaho. At Blackfoot High School, Hill was an all-state first-team selection his senior year. He recorded 47 catches for 650 yards and 13 touchdowns while helping the Broncos to a 4A state championship. Hill started his college career at Boise State where he redshirted his freshman year. He decided to move closer to home so he transferred to Idaho State where he played for four years. During those four years his team only won five games. At Idaho State, Hill never missed a game and was second on the team in receptions in 2011 and 2012. His college coach was pleased to see how hard Josh worked and improved his junior and senior years. In his senior year, Hill capped off his time at ISU with 70 receptions, eighth most in a single season in Bengals history. Hill went undrafted and was picked up by the New Orleans Saints in April of 2013. In August of that year Hill was surprised to learn he made the cut and had a spot on the SAINTS roster. Hill primarily played special teams and was the third option at tight end behind all-pro Jimmy Graham and veteran Benjamin Watson. Hill worked his way into the offense and made his first NFL reception Week 7 against Buffalo and caught his first career touchdown three weeks later. After 3 years with the SAINTS, Hill became a restricted free agent during the 2016 offseason. He signed an offer sheet to join the Chicago Bears. The SAINTS had decided they wanted to keep Josh so three days later they matched the Bears' offer sheet and re-signed Hill. They gave him a new contract in 2018 keeping him tied to New Orleans through the 2021 season. One of Hills’s highlights during his time with the SAINTS is being part of history by catching Drew Brees' 540th regular-season touchdown pass, breaking Peyton Manning's previous mark of 539. After seven years with New Orleans, the un-drafted free agent has managed to stick around. The SAINTS must like Hill, because they did what it took to keep him here twice, while during the same period of time they let tight ends Jimmy Graham, Coby Flenner, and Ben Watson all go join other teams.

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