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Read what NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had to say about the Saints' bounty scandal vs. deflategate Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 06:49 PM


Full Story – Nola.Com


The Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots are getting ready for Super Bowl 49 on Sunday, and so is NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

The commissioner held a press conference on Friday, where he had a brief opening statement and congratulated the Seahawks and Patriots before he fielded questions from the media.

A big topic in the league recently has been the scandal surrounding the Patriots, who reportedly deflated footballs in the AFC Championship game.

Below are a few questions and answers about "deflategate" being compared to the New Orleans Saints' bounty scandal:

By Julie Boudwin / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
Jimmy Graham: After much-needed rest, no surgery for shoulder in offseason Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 06:45 PM


Full Story – Nola.Com


New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham won't undergo surgery on his injured shoulder during the offseason, he told SiriusXM Fantasy Sports radio on Friday.

Graham said he planned to test the shoulder during his appearance in last week's Pro Bowl.

"(The shoulder) was something that really needed some rest and it wasn't able to get that during the season," Graham said. "But now, after having about three or four weeks off, and last week testing it at the Pro Bowl, it feels great."

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
Mike D's Top 72 Players for the 2015 NFL Draft Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 01-28-2015 12:05 PM


Mike D's Top 72 Players for the 2015 NFL Draft


1. Leonard Williams, Defensive Tackle, USC

2. Marcus Mariota, Quarterback , Oregon

3. Jameis Winston, Quarterback, Florida State

4. Randy Gregory, Defensive End, Nebraska

5. Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver, Alabama

6. Shane Ray, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Missouri

7. Dante Fowler, Jr., Defensive End/OLB, Florida

8. Landon Collins, Strong Safety, Alabama

9. Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle/Guard, Iowa

10. Shaq Thompson, Outside Linebacker , Washington

11. Danny Shelton, Defensive Tackle, Washington

12. Vic Beasley, Defensive End/OLB, Clemson

13. T.J. Clemmings, Offensive Tackle, Pittsburgh

14. Kevin White, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

15. La'el Collins, Offensive Tackle, LSU

16. Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Defensive End/OLB, Kentucky

17. DeVante Parker, Wide Receiver, Louisville

18. Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

19. Melvin Gordon, Halfback, Wisconsin

20. Andrus Peat, Offensive Tackle, Stanford

21. Trae Waynes, Cornerback, Michigan State

22. Ereck Flowers, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fla.)

23. Ty Sambrailo, Offensive Tackle, Colorado State

24. Sammie Coates, Wide Receiver, Auburn

25. Maxx Williams, Tight End, Minnesota

26. Arik Armstead, Defensive End, Oregon

27. Dorial Green-Beckham, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

28. Todd Gurley, Halfback, Georgia

29. Benardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker, Mississippi State

30. Malcolm Brown, Defensive Tackle, Texas

31. Jordan Phillips, Defensive Tackle, Oklahoma

32. Nate Orchard, Defensive End, Utah

33. Tevin Coleman, Halfback, Indiana

34. Devin Funchess, Wide Receiver, Michigan

35. Marcus Peters, Cornerback, Washington

36. Cameron Erving, Offensive Center/Tackle, Florida State

37. Ameer Abdullah, Halfback, Nebraska

38. P.J. Williams, Cornerback, Florida State

39. Quinten Rollins, Cornerback, Miami (Ohio)

40. Jaelen Strong, Wide Receiver, Arizona State

41. Jacoby Glenn, Cornerback, Central Florida

42. Eli Harold, Outside Linebacker, Virginia

43. Alex Carter, Cornerback, Stanford

44. Clive Walford, Tight End, Miami (Fla.)

45. A.J. Cann, Offensive Guard, South Carolina

46. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, Defensive End, UCLA

47. Danielle Hunter, Defensive End,...
Saints tight end Jimmy Graham scores two TDs in Pro Bowl Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-26-2015 11:14 AM


Full Story – New Orleans Saints.Com


GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Few moved very fast, no one flattened a quarterback and there were no bone-jarring hits in the gentle, friendly version of football played at the Pro Bowl Sunday.

Even in a game dominated by offense, J.J. Watt was the star.

The Texans defensive end intercepted pass, recovered a fumble and led the crowd in dances during commercial breaks.

Team Irvin defeated 32-28 Watt's Team Carter, but the score is never important in the NFL's all-star game. Everyone seemed to have a good time, particularly Watt, the game's defensive MVP.

By Associated Press / New Orleans Saints.Com

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Benson Family Feud -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 01-24-2015 11:57 PM


Benson Family Feud

By Mike Detillier

We have all seen and heard about family squabbles before, especially when it comes down to money.

The saga that played out this past week with the Tom Benson family has played out before with other families, but we are talking about the richest man in the state of Louisiana and the owner of the New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans.

This battle for control of the Benson empire will not have a happy ending.

It can't.

This family will never be the same again.

That is really the sad part of the story.

But because of who Tom Benson is and what he controls it is not only an in-family issue, but a situation for the community to watch and play out in front of our very eyes.

At 87 years old there is a sense of mortality for Tom Benson.

And it has been said for over a dozen years now that his granddaugher, Rita Benson LeBlanc, would take over the team if Benson could not run it due to health issues or upon his death.

Whatever happened to change this was not one thing, it can't be and never is in these time family situations.

And basically dismissing his daughter Renee and grandson Ryan, from anything to do with the Saints and New Orleans Pelicans also had everything to do with Rita eventually running the teams.

At times we have seen the very public Rita Benson LeBlanc and at other times Rita has been missing for long stretches. I have never seen Rita and Gayle Benson ever talking to each other in public and it is no secret their dislike for each other.

The big question mark is why?

Gossip and rumors will abound over the next few weeks, months and possibly years.

Allegations are flying from both sides about each other already.

Lawyers will make millions on both sides.

People inside the organization have already taken a side.

Some want certain people in charge because they are fearful of their own job.

It is a watershed moment for the Saints organization that has lived through the best 9-year stretch ever for the Black...
Benson family battle for Saints, Pelicans, a matter of trusts Posted By: Andrus Posted On 01-23-2015 10:33 PM


Full Story - NOLA.com

Billionaire Tom Benson wants to cut his longtime heirs-apparent out of ownership of the Saints and Pelicans and shift control to his wife, but Benson could face legal hurdles in making those changes because of financial decisions he made years ago.

Lawsuits filed by Benson's daughter and grandchildren this week lay out a lengthy timeline detailing the broad strokes of Tom Benson's business affairs dating to the 1950s and his plans to divide his vast fortune after his death -- plans that took a drastic shift in recent months.

Just two weeks ago, Benson attempted to pull ownership interest in the teams from trusts he had created for his daughter, Renee Benson, and grandchildren, Ryan and Rita Benson LeBlanc, according to documents filed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.

Full Story - NOLA.com
Jimmy Graham will use Pro Bowl as test to decide whether surgery is needed on injured shoulder Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-23-2015 03:07 PM


Full Story – Nola.Com


Glendale, Ariz. -- New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham showed no signs of discomfort at Luke Air Force Base on Thursday afternoon, running around and catching passes in the first Pro Bowl practice of the week.

So far, Graham has avoided surgery for a nagging shoulder injury that has bothered him since October. If he had the surgery, he wouldn't have gone to the Pro Bowl at all, he said.

On Thursday, Graham looked rejuvenated three weeks after a long season that took its toll on his body. He smiled, signed autographs, and seemed more relaxed than he had in several months.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
New Orleans Saints, Pelicans ownership shocker: wife Gayle, not granddaughter Rita, will control empire after Tom Benson dies Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-22-2015 05:31 PM


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New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson will transfer ownership of the city's two major pro sports franchises to his wife, Gayle, when he dies, effectively ousting Benson's granddaughter, Rita Benson LeBlanc, who has previously been his handpicked successor.

In a plan revealed to NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on Wednesday afternoon at the teams' Metairie headquarters, Benson said the change is necessary to "ensure the long-term stability and success" of the sports franchises and his other business interests.

Benson LeBlanc's offices at the teams' Metairie headquarters recently have been vacated and her company-issued Mercedes-Benz and cell phone have been seized.

By Jeff Duncan / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
Woman claims Saints linebacker Junior Galette 'beat' her in Jan 5 incident, police report says Posted By: Andrus Posted On 01-21-2015 02:09 PM


By Special to The Mississippi Press - Full Story - Gulflive.com

NEW ORLEANS -- A woman who called police to the Kenner home of New Orleans Saints linebacker Junior Galette on Jan. 5 told officers that she was "beaten" by Galette and another man as they tried to remove her from the residence, an incident report documenting Galette's domestic violence arrest said.

The report, released Tuesday, said the woman suffered a split right ear and scratches to her face and neck, according to a nola.com report.

The woman told the officers that Galette pushed her twice, causing her to fall over, according to the document.

The woman accused Galette and his cousin, Terrance Banks, 27, of Newark, N.J., of "overpowering" her while she was on the floor, to the point where it was difficult to breathe, the report said.

By Special to The Mississippi Press

Full Story - Gulflive.com
New Orleans Saints hire Jeff Ireland, seeking 'fresh' perspective in scouting department Posted By: Andrus Posted On 01-21-2015 01:30 PM

Full Story - The Times-Picayune

Mobile, Ala. -- The New Orleans Saints have hired former Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland to lead the team's college scouting department, Saints general manager Mickey Loomis confirmed on Wednesday.

"I felt like we needed to add some experience from outside the building," Loomis said during a meeting with reporters at Ladd Peebles Stadium, where teams were practicing for the Senior Bowl.

Loomis said it was "tough" to release longtime college scouting director Rick Reiprish.

The changes are part of a post-season evaluation process after the Saints went 7-9 in 2014, Loomis said.

"We've got to look at ourselves and the way we're doing things," Loomis said.

Loomis declined to confirm any coaching changes, including the addition of former Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen.

By Evan Woodbery, NOLA.com

Full Story - The Times-Picayune
New Orleans Saints shake up scouting department, dismiss Rick Reiprish at Senior Bowl Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-21-2015 09:48 AM


Full Story – Nola.Com


Rick Reiprish spent Tuesday morning preparing to scout practices at the Senior Bowl, a top showcase for draft talent.

By Tuesday afternoon, the longtime NFL executive was unemployed, fired by the New Orleans Saints as part of a significant shakeup of the team's front office after a 7-9 record in 2014.

Reiprish, the team's director of college scouting, said was he surprised by the move, especially its timing. Saints general manager Mickey Loomis told Reiprish he was being let go at about noon on Tuesday.

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
ADVOCATE: Saints add Dennis Allen to coaching staff as senior defensive assistant Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-20-2015 01:34 PM


Full Story – The Advocate.Com


NEW ORLEANS — Rob Ryan is being given some assistance on defense, The New Orleans Advocate is reporting.

According to ESPN, the New Orleans Saint are bringing Dennis Allen back to town to serve in a “senior defensive role,” working closely with defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.

Allen worked with the Saints from 2006-2010 serving first as an assistant defensive line coach and then taking over the secondary. He left the team in 2011 to become the Denver Broncos defensive coordinator and then became the head coach of the Oakland Raiders in 2012.

He was fired by the Raiders in September after an 0-4 start. He went 8-28 over three seasons

By Nick Underhill- Sportswriter / The Advocate

Full Story – The Advocate.Com
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram earns first Pro Bowl berth Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-19-2015 08:59 PM


Full Story – Nola.Com


New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram will go to his first Pro Bowl, joining Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham as the team representatives.

Jahri Evans was also selected to the Pro Bowl, but will not play with an injury.

Ingram will replace Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who is one of 10 Pro Bowlers who will be playing in the Super Bowl instead. He is the first Saints running back selected since Deuce McAllister in 2003.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
Steele Curtain, Center Rodney Hudson, Bud Dupree, and Top 32 -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 01-18-2015 12:07 AM


Steele Curtain, Center Rodney Hudson, DE/OLB Bud Dupree, and Top 32

By Mike Detillier

The sun finally came out in south Louisiana and the brightness and warmth that had been missing from Louisiana skies and on the LSU football team has put some pep in the step for the Tiger football team and the Tiger nation.

Since losing to Notre Dame in the Music City Bowl, the dreary storm clouds of losing recruits and losing their defensive coordinator had many Tiger fans in a bad mood.

Added to that misery was losing outside linebacker Kwon Alexander, defensive end Danielle Hunter, and cornerback Jalen Collins early to the 2015 NFL draft.

But this past week brought the team a new defensive coordinator in Kevin Steele, a new defensive line coach in former Ole Miss/USC head coach Ed Orgeron. Orgeron played football at South Lafourche High School. The news that outside linebacker Lamar Louis, tight end Dillon Gordon, wide receiver Travin Dural, offensive guard Vadal Alexander, offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins and free safety Jalen Mills were returning to play their senior year at LSU was well received.

The sunny days are back, for now.

Dural made his intentions known early in the process and it was very smart for Gordon and Louis, two late round picks at best to return. The keys were landing Alexander, Hawkins and Mills for another year in Tigertown.

Hawkins was the key "keep" for LSU. He has been a very good right tackle for the past two seasons for the Tigers, but he would like to give the left tackle spot a shot and his return to team up with Ethan Pocic as the starting tackles for LSU gives them two excellent bookend tackles.

Alexander is the run blocking "roadgrader”. Like Trai Turner was a year ago, Alexander would have either been a 3rd or 4th round pick in the 2015 NFL draft, but his decision to return gives the Tigers one of the top run blocking guards in college football for another season.

Mills is the surprise decision. I wrote a few weeks back I expected Alexander, Hawkins, Dural, Louis and Gordon to return, but I really felt as though Mills would leap into the 2015 draft early.

Mills is a very good football player. He has been a...
Saints Need Defensive Personnel Makeover - Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 01-11-2015 03:13 PM


Saints Need Defensive Personnel Makeover

By Mike Detillier

This week the New Orleans Saints unofficially made the decision that Rob Ryan was returning to the team for another year as defensive coordinator.

That was the right choice made by head coach Sean Payton.

This team has been through Gary Gibbs, Gregg Williams, Steve Spagnuolo and now Rob Ryan as defensive coordinators under Sean Payton.

The question now is not about coaching, but about personnel.

Just ask yourself the simple question.

If you are the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens or the Green Bay Packers who would you swap starter for starter with if you were any of these five teams?

With the exception of cornerback Keenan Lewis, middle linebacker Curtis Lofton and despite a disappointing season, defensive end Cam Jordan, if you were any of those teams you probably wouldn’t trade any of your starters other than for the three named Saints players.

I have to give an incomplete evaluation right now to free safety Jairus Byrd since he is coming off of back and knee surgery, but if you can only have four players that you have to seriously think about it goes to show that the Saints issues on defense belong on the personnel side and finding the right “fit” players for Ryan’s defense.

My question is who made the decision to bring in veteran cornerback Champ Bailey, outside linebacker Victor Butler and defensive lineman Kenyon Coleman via veteran free agency and why is this team constantly proclaiming that cornerback Patrick Robinson is a “starting” cornerback when it has been obvious for the past three seasons he doesn’t have the ball reaction skills to start at the NFL level.

Bailey, Butler and Coleman didn’t play in any regular season games for the Saints, none. And remember back in the spring of 2013 the Saints made a major pitch to sign veteran cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. Asomugha was a four-time All-Pro performer with the Oakland Raiders, but he was just a shell of himself after signing a huge free agent contract with the Philadelphia Eagles. The word on the NFL streets was that Asomugha had long...
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees added to Pro Bowl roster Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 01-10-2015 10:03 AM


Full Story – Nola.Com


New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was added to the Pro Bowl roster Friday making it the quarterback's ninth selection to league's all-star game, the team announced. Brees is replacing Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

This will be Brees' eighth Pro Bowl as a member of the Saints giving him the most in franchise history after eclipsing the old mark Hall of Fame tackle William Roaf who was selected to seven. He also tied Roaf for the most consecutive appearances by a Saint.

By Amos Morale III / Times-Picayune

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Mike D's Top 72 Players for the 2015 NFL Draft
Posted On 01-28-2015


Mike D's Top 72 Players for the 2015 NFL Draft


1. Leonard Williams, Defensive Tackle, USC

2. Marcus Mariota, Quarterback , Oregon

3. Jameis Winston, Quarterback, Florida State

4. Randy Gregory, Defensive End, Nebraska

5. Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver, Alabama

6. Shane Ray, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Missouri

7. Dante Fowler, Jr., Defensive End/OLB, Florida

8. Landon Collins, Strong Safety, Alabama

9. Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle/Guard, Iowa

10. Shaq Thompson, Outside Linebacker , Washington

11. Danny Shelton, Defensive Tackle, Washington

12. Vic Beasley, Defensive End/OLB, Clemson

13. T.J. Clemmings, Offensive Tackle, Pittsburgh

14. Kevin White, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

15. La'el Collins, Offensive Tackle, LSU

16. Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Defensive End/OLB, Kentucky

17. DeVante Parker, Wide Receiver, Louisville

18. Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

19. Melvin Gordon, Halfback, Wisconsin

20. Andrus Peat, Offensive Tackle, Stanford

21. Trae Waynes, Cornerback, Michigan State

22. Ereck Flowers, Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fla.)

23. Ty Sambrailo, Offensive Tackle, Colorado State

24. Sammie Coates, Wide Receiver, Auburn

25. Maxx Williams, Tight End, Minnesota

26. Arik Armstead, Defensive End, Oregon

27. Dorial Green-Beckham, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

28. Todd Gurley, Halfback, Georgia

29. Benardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker, Mississippi State

30. Malcolm Brown, Defensive Tackle, Texas

31. Jordan Phillips, Defensive Tackle, Oklahoma

32. Nate Orchard, Defensive End, Utah

33. Tevin Coleman, Halfback, Indiana

34. Devin Funchess, Wide Receiver, Michigan

35. Marcus Peters, Cornerback, Washington

36. Cameron Erving, Offensive Center/Tackle, Florida State

37. Ameer Abdullah, Halfback, Nebraska

38. P.J. Williams, Cornerback, Florida State

39. Quinten Rollins, Cornerback, Miami (Ohio)

40. Jaelen Strong, Wide Receiver, Arizona State

41. Jacoby Glenn, Cornerback, Central Florida

42. Eli Harold, Outside Linebacker, Virginia

43. Alex Carter, Cornerback, Stanford

44. Clive Walford, Tight End, Miami (Fla.)

45. A.J. Cann, Offensive Guard, South Carolina

46. Owamagbe Odighizuwa, Defensive End, UCLA

47. Danielle Hunter, Defensive End,...
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Benson Family Feud -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 01-24-2015


Benson Family Feud

By Mike Detillier

We have all seen and heard about family squabbles before, especially when it comes down to money.

The saga that played out this past week with the Tom Benson family has played out before with other families, but we are talking about the richest man in the state of Louisiana and the owner of the New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans.

This battle for control of the Benson empire will not have a happy ending.

It can't.

This family will never be the same again.

That is really the sad part of the story.

But because of who Tom Benson is and what he controls it is not only an in-family issue, but a situation for the community to watch and play out in front of our very eyes.

At 87 years old there is a sense of mortality for Tom Benson.

And it has been said for over a dozen years now that his granddaugher, Rita Benson LeBlanc, would take over the team if Benson could not run it due to health issues or upon his death.

Whatever happened to change this was not one thing, it can't be and never is in these time family situations.

And basically dismissing his daughter Renee and grandson Ryan, from anything to do with the Saints and New Orleans Pelicans also had everything to do with Rita eventually running the teams.

At times we have seen the very public Rita Benson LeBlanc and at other times Rita has been missing for long stretches. I have never seen Rita and Gayle Benson ever talking to each other in public and it is no secret their dislike for each other.

The big question mark is why?

Gossip and rumors will abound over the next few weeks, months and possibly years.

Allegations are flying from both sides about each other already.

Lawyers will make millions on both sides.

People inside the organization have already taken a side.

Some want certain people in charge because they are fearful of their own job.

It is a watershed moment for the Saints organization that has lived through the best 9-year stretch ever for the Black...
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