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5 (31) Damian Swann CB
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2 (58)  Stan Jean-Baptiste CB
4 (126)  Kahri Fortt ILB
5 (167)  Vinnie Sunseri SS
5 (169)  Ronald Powell DE
6 (202)  Tavon Rooks OT

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3 (75)  Terron Armstead T
3 (82)  John Jenkins DT
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Dealing with the Ankle -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 11:42 AM


Dealing with the Ankle

By Mike Detillier

The medical profession, in particular the sports medicine field, has long dealt with ankle injuries.The ankle is the most common injury in playing basketball and soccer. In football ankle and knee injuries are the most common.

Recently, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Patrick Ellender with Ortho LA and Thibodaux Regional Medical Center spoke to coaches, parents, sports administrators and athletic trainers during one of the monthly Sports Medicine seminars at Thibodaux Regional Medical Center on the methods used to strengthen the ankle muscles and also the rehabilitation of injuries associated with the ankle.

“There is a misconception of an ankle injury,” Ellender said. “Many people think that the ankle sprain is just a sprain, but in reality it is a tear of the ligaments in the ankle. Our connection to Thibodaux Regional Medical Center gives us an avenue with these monthly seminars to help educate and bring awareness to the degree of joint injuries like the ankle.

Sometimes the expectations for parents and coaches are that with a little rest and ice the ankle injury will get better quickly, but in most instances that is not the proper way to treat and rehab an ankle injury. I am a big believer in aggressively trying to give therapy to ankle injuries. In some instances that injury with ice and rest will heal, but in many cases that quick rehab process will lead to long range problems and instability with the ankle later in life. I see many ankle injuries today for people in their 30’s and 40’s related to an injury that occurred in their teens.”

Ellender said that the key part is therapy and putting the ankle in a boot to grade #1 or #2 ankle sprains and for the worst case scenario in grade #3 ankle injuries, the rehabilitation part is putting the ankle in a cast and splint.

“When there is an injury to a joint and/or muscle, a major part of therapy is getting the muscles and tendons around the ankle to coordinate the tendons and muscles around them to work back together. There is a muscle shut down that has to be dealt with. With a Grade #1 ankle sprain the normal person is out of commission for one to three weeks. For a Grade #2 ankle injury that athlete may miss three to six weeks. For the more severe ankle...
The Knives are Out -- Mike Detillier Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 11:33 AM


The Knives are Out

By Mike Detillier


For the past couple of years when anyone in the media mentioned any “turbulence” between New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton and former defensive coordinator Rob Ryan some people outside the football loop considered it “sensationalized reporting.”

It’s funny those same folks today are backing Saints head coach Sean Payton when last week Ryan lashed out at the Saints organization and they are saying it is sour grapes on the part of Ryan.

I have always felt the problem that lay between Payton and Ryan was not about defensive philosophy, but personnel moves and Payton who was the architect of a top-5 offense was staring at one of the worst defenses in the league the past two seasons.

Ryan pointed out a different defensive outlook on the part of Payton after the 2013 season in which the Saints defense finished fourth in the league in defensive yardage after giving up the most yards in NFL history in 2012 under then-Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo.

Many say the Saints defense under Ryan was too complicated the past few years, but why was the defense not so complicated in 2013?

Somewhere between the war of words is the truth.

There is no debating the decision to bring in Buffalo Bills free safety Jarius Byrd and making him at that time the highest paid safety in NFL history was the decision of Sean Payton.

Payton has long considered Byrd as a signature player in the NFL and he was with the Bills, but injuries (back and knee) and his play last season looked like a very disinterested football player.

And guess who is injured and rehabbing an injury again?

In making that decision the Saints let Malcolm Jenkins leave via free agency to the Philadelphia Eagles and the former Ohio State All-American has developed into a Pro Bowl performer with the Eagles.

Money was the main issue regarding strong safety Roman Harper. Harper was a leader defensively for the Saints and a force in run support, but he was back then and still is today a liability in the coverage part of the game.

When the Saints selected Kenny Vaccaro from Texas in the 1st round of the 2013 draft he was picked to be the heir-apparent to Harper at strong safety. Both Payton and Ryan praised Vaccaro’s coverage...
Hau'oli Kikaha now officially at 'edge' for New Orleans Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-27-2016 06:55 AM


Full Story – Nola.Com


Hau'oli Kikaha began 2015 as a strong-side linebacker for the New Orleans Saints.

He said he'll start his second year in the NFL as an edge rusher in base packages, confirming speculation about his new role that grew out of earlier comments from coach Sean Payton.

"I play an edge person -- whatever you want to call it," Kikaha said Thursday. "Jack, Buck, weak end. Sometimes a strong end. I'm not playing SAM (strong-side linebacker) anymore. It's a little bit different. It's fun. It's definitely fun."

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
Sean Payton: C.J. Spiller's health 'noticeably different' this year Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-27-2016 06:53 AM


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New Orleans Saints running back C.J. Spiller was back on the field during OTAs on Thursday after being shut down at the end of last season with a recurring knee injury.

Spiller sustained his knee injury in training camp and had a knee scope procedure which caused him to miss one game. However, Payton said his health was an issue all season and he was inactive at the end of the season to recover.

"C.J.'s health and his movement skills look noticeably different," Payton said. "He worked his butt off in the offseason to get the strength back in that leg he had his injury. That's been real encouraging."

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
New Orleans Saints DE Cam Jordan on track with rehab following offseason back surgery Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-27-2016 06:51 AM


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New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan said he's on track with his rehab following offseason back surgery.

Jordan isn't currently participating in OTAs, but expects to be back by training camp.

"We're playing it safe," he said. "I can't give out a timetable for me coming back, but I do know that it will be well within camp season."

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
John DeShazier: Landon Turner has big opportunity with Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-25-2016 12:58 PM


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The smile on Landon Turner’s face last week was a knowing one, the corners of his mouth upturned not due to a smug confidence, but because he has a full understanding of the situation in which he now finds himself.

Some opportunities created for free agent rookies appear to be more equal than others and Turner, a big man – 6 feet 4, 325 pounds – has a big one squarely staring back at him when he looks at the New Orleans Saints’ roster.

The Saints weren’t covert about their need to add an offensive lineman – specifically, a guard – this offseason. It was a desire that went unfilled in free agency and the NFL Draft.

By John DeShazier / New Orleans Saints.Com

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Dennis Allen: Saints' D gets to start at 'Ground Zero' Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-25-2016 12:54 PM


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It hasn't been easy to keep up with all of the New Orleans Saints' changes at defensive coordinator over the years (they've used five in the last eight seasons).

But there's nothing too complicated about current DC Dennis Allen's philosophy:

"Don't let 'em score," Allen said.

Of course there is a little more to it than that. When Allen was asked about his philosophy during rookie minicamp, he also emphasized the need to create more turnovers, create more pressure on the quarterback and to tighten up in the red zone.

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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Keyshawn Johnson: Nephew Michael Thomas is 'bigger, faster' Marques Colston Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-25-2016 12:52 PM


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Keyshawn Johnson can’t take full credit for the New Orleans Saints drafting his nephew, wide receiver Michael Thomas.

But just in case Saints coach Sean Payton needed some extra prodding, Johnson provided it when he caught up with his former offensive coordinator from the Dallas Cowboys earlier this year at ESPN’s studios.

“Sean asked me what I think. I said he’s a bigger, faster Colston, to me,” Johnson said, referring to the Saints’ all-time leading receiver, Marques Colston.

“If you’re striving to be someone in the National Football League, Marques Colston is [somebody you want to be],” Johnson said. “So if you ask me, ‘Well, what is he?’ There you go, that’s what he is. Bigger and faster, and he’s Marques Colston 2.0 or whatever you want to call him.”

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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Long-ago slight rankles New Orleans Saints' Tim Lelito: 'It kind of stuck with me' Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-23-2016 06:24 PM


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Tim Lelito never forgot those words. Not after he finished high school with zero major college scholarship offers. And not after all 32 NFL teams bypassed him in the draft in 2012.

No, the insult Lelito remembered the most came as a high school freshman on the track and field team in his hometown of St. Clair, Michigan, where an athletic director observed practice one day and then told him he would never throw a discus farther than 150 feet.

"It kind of burned my (butt) a little bit that this person three years down the line didn't know what I was capable of," said Lelito, who as a senior far surpassed that distance with a throw of 189 feet, 11 inches. "It kind of stuck with me," he said.

By Christopher Dabe / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints to sign WR Vincent Brown, source says Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-23-2016 06:19 PM


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The New Orleans Saints are signing wide receiver Vincent Brown following a tryout last week, a league source told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.

The Saints were officially at 89 players prior to signing Brown, but that number doesn't include the contracts of several recently signed players, including kicker Connor Barth, which means the Saints will have to make another roster move to stay at the 90-man limit.

Brown, 27, has played for the Chargers and the Raiders.

He was a 2011 third-round draft pick by the Chargers and had 40 catches for 329 yards and two touchdowns his rookie season. He spent the 2012 season on IR with a broken ankle and was waived by the Chargers prior to the 2014 season following a training camp calf strain.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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Unfortunately for New Orleans, no one owes us a favor in fight for another Super Bowl Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-22-2016 04:27 PM


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The group leading the charge of procuring Super Bowls for New Orleans learned the new name of the game two years ago in Atlanta. The city went from favorite to underdog in the blink of one vote.

I can't imagine anyone within the contingency heading up New Orleans' bid for Super Bowl 52 honestly and truly imagined losing the bid. You couldn't blame them for being confident.

NFL owners were set choose among New Orleans, Minneapolis and Indianapolis. New Orleans had beaten every other city in its path for its last 10 Super Bowl bids. In that sense, just about anyone with a pulse would figure New Orleans would pulverize.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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7th-round pick Daniel Lasco plans to give his all to New Orleans Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-22-2016 04:25 PM


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Former Cal running back Daniel Lasco, whom the New Orleans Saints took in the seventh and final round of the NFL Draft, was among several players participating in the team's rookie minicamp last weekend.

Lasco, a Houston native, has never been to New Orleans before and is hoping to eventually explore the city, but the 6-foot, 209-pounder said now isn't the time to do so.

"Right now is still an audition," he said at rookie minicamp. "We're trying out for a job and everything is straight focused on football and that's where my mind is right now."

By Julie Boudwin / Times-Picayune

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John DeShazier: New Orleans Saints Mailbag Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-21-2016 12:33 PM


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@datwhodat1965: Where’s the stud fullback, the position the New Orleans Saints were known for drafting (Hokie Gajan, Craig Heyward, Lorenzo Neal)?

JD:
Austin Johnson has played 17 games, with two starts, for the Saints over the last two seasons. These Saints run the football less frequently than did the Saints teams associated with the aforementioned fullbacks, but these Saints also move the ball and score more prolifically than did any of those teams.

@mdye3755_dye: Will our defense get us in the playoffs this year?

JD: If the Saints reach the playoffs this year, it’ll be because the defense improved over the previous two seasons.

By John DeShazier / New Orleans Saints.Com

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New Orleans Saints likely to open OTAs with 2 veteran kickers once Connor Barth signs Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-21-2016 12:29 PM


Full Story – Nola.Com


The New Orleans Saints will likely open OTA offseason practices next week with two veteran kickers, a notable distinction after they went through the 2015 offseason with two young kickers with no regular season experience.

Barring another change to the 90-man roster, the Saints' expected signing of Connor Barth will pair him against returning kicker Kai Forbath, giving the Saints two experienced kickers to compete for a single job.

ESPN reported Thursday the Saints were expected to sign Barth after his three-day tryout at the team's rookie minicamp that ended Sunday.

The Saints on Tuesday released veteran kicker Josh Scobee. Scobee kicked 11 seasons for the Jacksonville Jaguars and struggled in a 2015 stint with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

By Christopher Dabe / Times-Picayune

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Bill Barnwell's offseason report cards: NFC South Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-18-2016 11:23 AM


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New Orleans Saints
What Went Right

They upgraded their interior pass rush.
The Saints badly needed difference makers in their pass rush, given that Cameron Jordan had 20 quarterback knockdowns and nobody else in their lineup managed more than six. In free agency, they added Nick Fairley, who should serve as a useful rotation rusher, even if the Saints had to build two voided years into Fairley's deal to create cap space for his $2.2 million signing bonus, adding $1.5 million in dead money on their cap in 2016.

Sheldon Rankins, a penetrating Louisville defensive tackle, was a popular mock draft selection for the Saints, and it was a pleasant surprise that they went with him with the 12th overall pick. Rankins has drawn Aaron Donald comparisons, given his relative lack of size for a defensive tackle and violent nature on the interior, and those don't seem entirely unwarranted.

By Bill Barnwell / ESPN

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Michael Thomas, Vonn Bell bring championship swagger to Saints Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 05-18-2016 11:20 AM


Full Story – Nola.Com


Something struck me about New Orleans Saints second-round picks Michael Thomas and Vonn Bell at the team's rookie minicamp this past weekend.

It was confidence.

They weren't cocky, they simply possessed a level of confidence I can't recall from many rookies this early in the process.

Sure, Reggie Bush walked in with a swagger in 2006. Mark Ingram came to New Orleans with a more workmanlike demeanor in 2011. Both of these players won national championships for football powers USC and Alabama, respectively.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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Dealing with the Ankle -- Mike Detillier
Posted On Yesterday


Dealing with the Ankle

By Mike Detillier

The medical profession, in particular the sports medicine field, has long dealt with ankle injuries.The ankle is the most common injury in playing basketball and soccer. In football ankle and knee injuries are the most common.

Recently, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Patrick Ellender with Ortho LA and Thibodaux Regional Medical Center spoke to coaches, parents, sports administrators and athletic trainers during one of the monthly Sports Medicine seminars at Thibodaux Regional Medical Center on the methods used to strengthen the ankle muscles and also the rehabilitation of injuries associated with the ankle.

“There is a misconception of an ankle injury,” Ellender said. “Many people think that the ankle sprain is just a sprain, but in reality it is a tear of the ligaments in the ankle. Our connection to Thibodaux Regional Medical Center gives us an avenue with these monthly seminars to help educate and bring awareness to the degree of joint injuries like the ankle.

Sometimes the expectations for parents and coaches are that with a little rest and ice the ankle injury will get better quickly, but in most instances that is not the proper way to treat and rehab an ankle injury. I am a big believer in aggressively trying to give therapy to ankle injuries. In some instances that injury with ice and rest will heal, but in many cases that quick rehab process will lead to long range problems and instability with the ankle later in life. I see many ankle injuries today for people in their 30’s and 40’s related to an injury that occurred in their teens.”

Ellender said that the key part is therapy and putting the ankle in a boot to grade #1 or #2 ankle sprains and for the worst case scenario in grade #3 ankle injuries, the rehabilitation part is putting the ankle in a cast and splint.

“When there is an injury to a joint and/or muscle, a major part of therapy is getting the muscles and tendons around the ankle to coordinate the tendons and muscles around them to work back together. There is a muscle shut down that has to be dealt with. With a Grade #1 ankle sprain the normal person is out of commission for one to three weeks. For a Grade #2 ankle injury that athlete may miss three to six weeks. For the more severe ankle...
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The Knives are Out -- Mike Detillier
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The Knives are Out

By Mike Detillier


For the past couple of years when anyone in the media mentioned any “turbulence” between New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton and former defensive coordinator Rob Ryan some people outside the football loop considered it “sensationalized reporting.”

It’s funny those same folks today are backing Saints head coach Sean Payton when last week Ryan lashed out at the Saints organization and they are saying it is sour grapes on the part of Ryan.

I have always felt the problem that lay between Payton and Ryan was not about defensive philosophy, but personnel moves and Payton who was the architect of a top-5 offense was staring at one of the worst defenses in the league the past two seasons.

Ryan pointed out a different defensive outlook on the part of Payton after the 2013 season in which the Saints defense finished fourth in the league in defensive yardage after giving up the most yards in NFL history in 2012 under then-Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo.

Many say the Saints defense under Ryan was too complicated the past few years, but why was the defense not so complicated in 2013?

Somewhere between the war of words is the truth.

There is no debating the decision to bring in Buffalo Bills free safety Jarius Byrd and making him at that time the highest paid safety in NFL history was the decision of Sean Payton.

Payton has long considered Byrd as a signature player in the NFL and he was with the Bills, but injuries (back and knee) and his play last season looked like a very disinterested football player.

And guess who is injured and rehabbing an injury again?

In making that decision the Saints let Malcolm Jenkins leave via free agency to the Philadelphia Eagles and the former Ohio State All-American has developed into a Pro Bowl performer with the Eagles.

Money was the main issue regarding strong safety Roman Harper. Harper was a leader defensively for the Saints and a force in run support, but he was back then and still is today a liability in the coverage part of the game.

When the Saints selected Kenny Vaccaro from Texas in the 1st round of the 2013 draft he was picked to be the heir-apparent to Harper at strong safety. Both Payton and Ryan praised Vaccaro’s coverage...
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