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Saints fans turn a suspicious eye toward Jerry Jones

December 19, 2012
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Saints fans turn a suspicious eye toward Jerry Jones

Who dat talking about stealing their coach? It’s our area’s media, that’s who, the radio voices and TV suits who have shamelessly campaigned for Jerry Jones to rob the good fans of New Orleans, like looters in the hurricane night. To them, my New Orleans cousins have a message: Read more here: star-telegram.com  

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Drew Brees levels harsh criticism at Roger Goodell for botched bounty investigation

December 13, 2012
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Drew Brees levels harsh criticism at Roger Goodell for botched bounty investigation

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees could have easily taken the politically correct route Wednesday when asked about former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue’s ruling Tuesday that vacated the suspensions of four players in the bounty case. Instead, Brees took dead aim at the NFL front office and Commissioner Roger Goodell as he leveled harsh criticism for how the case…

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Common sense finally prevails in New Orleans Saints bounty case

December 12, 2012
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Common sense finally prevails in New Orleans Saints bounty case

Paul Tagliabue got almost everything right Tuesday. He handled the New Orleans Saints bounty case with the kind of common sense, reasonable judgment and shrewd desire to wrap everything up in a nice, neat bow that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell never came close to approaching. In the Commissioner Bowl, Goodell was routed by the old boss in…

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Banned New Orleans Saints coach Sean Peyton could have incredible bargaining power

November 12, 2012
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Banned New Orleans Saints coach Sean Peyton could have incredible bargaining power

Sean Payton is the first head coach to ever be suspended by the NFL, but now he can turn that disgrace into incredible bargaining leverage. Payton’s value to the Saints has never been more pronounced. New Orleans started the season 0-4 and the Saints have put themselves on the edge of the wild-card race by winning…

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If Jerry Jones is committed to winning, he should hire Sean Payton

November 6, 2012
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If Jerry Jones is committed to winning, he should hire Sean Payton

About Sean Payton: This is your best chance ever, Jerry. Be cold-blooded. Give it your best and most legitimate shot. Otherwise, may your football rot become terminal. The ownership bashing of Jerry Jones has grown such a local shelf-life that it’s now become generational, passed down from father to son/daughter. Read more: star-telegram.com

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Cowboys’ Jerry Jones should pursue Sean Payton if coach hits open market next year

November 5, 2012
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Cowboys’ Jerry Jones should pursue Sean Payton if coach hits open market next year

Amidst the hushed tones and discarded tape of another losing Dallas Cowboys locker room – 19-13 to the Falcons this time – Jerry Jones was asked about the man of the moment: Sean Payton, Mr. Potential Coaching Free Agent. read more: sports.yahoo.com

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NFL releases statement on New Orleans Saints bounty case ruling

October 10, 2012
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NFL releases statement on New Orleans Saints bounty case ruling

Here is a copy of the release the NFL issued Tuesday on the New Orleans Saints bounty case: Commissioner Roger Goodell reaffirmed the discipline for four players in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty matter Tuesday, but adjusted certain aspects of it following recent meetings with each of the players, the first time those players had agreed to speak directly…

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Eras favor Unitas, but defensive complexities give Brees the historical nod

October 8, 2012
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Eras favor Unitas, but defensive complexities give Brees the historical nod

In 1960, the year that Johnny Unitas completed his streak of 47 straight games with a touchdown pass, #19 also led the league in touchdown passes … with 25. In 2011, the man who led the league on passing touchdowns was Drew Brees, with 46, and Brees had 25 by Week 11. This is one of…

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Drew Brees is poised to break one of sport’s most enduring records

October 4, 2012
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Drew Brees is poised to break one of sport’s most enduring records

Drew Brees strikes awe in people. He does so for a combination of reasons: his record-breaking performances on the field, his Super Bowl XLIV win for an ever appreciative city, his Madison Avenue appeal and marketability, his New Orleans charm, his charitable work, his family-comes-first attitude. read more: nola.com

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New Orleans Saints’ ugly season starting to conjure bad memories

October 1, 2012
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New Orleans Saints’ ugly season starting to conjure bad memories

Green Bay, Wis. - Only once in the past 12 years have the New Orleans Saints failed to win at least seven games in a season. The year was 2005 and it will live in infamy for the Saints and New Orleanians everywhere. Wracked by chaos and instability, the Katrina season produced a dubious 3-13 record, an ugly outlier…

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