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    – The AthleticAs Drew Brees prepares to shatter yet another NFL record http://www.saintscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-demario-davis-jersey , he reflects on Sean Payton, his past receivers and when he’ll be ready to walk away.Zach Strief could well have been in the Drew Brees record book; instead he’ll be haunted forever – The Athletic“It’s my No. 1 biggest regret in my career, was that play. It’s not even close.” Not that he was totally at fault.Saints Film Room: Alex Smith and Co. provide new challenges for Saints D – The AthleticExpect a lot of RPOs and Adrian Peterson in the Monday night game.Saints looking at all options, including Boston Scott, to return punts | Saints | theadvocate.comFour players have already returned a punt for the New Orleans Saints this season.Redskins vs. Saints: Betting odds, top spread pick | SI.comThe Redskins are coming off their bye week, but history suggests that might not be a good thing—Washington hasn’t covered the spread in a road game off a bye in 16 years.Saints keeping focus on Washington as Drew Brees approaches yardage record | NOLA.comBrees shared some thoughts on Wednesday, but mostly brought the interview back to Monday’s game.Manti Te’o returns, Ted Ginn Jr. only Saints player held out practice | Saints | theadvocate.comWide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. was the only Saint who did not practice on Wednesday. Ginn has been battling a knee injury,but he has not missed any game time.Mark Ingram has ‘a lot of stuff pent up’ for return to Saints | Saints | theadvocate.comAs soon as the sound started to fill the indoor field at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center on Wednesday, Mark Ingram started dancing, his familiar No. 22 back on theStanding up or hand down, Saints rookie Marcus Davenport is impressing with weekly progress | Saints | theadvocate.comSometimes Marcus Davenport has to stand up to put quarterbacks down.Saints receivers’ emphasis on blocking paying dividends in running game | NOLA.comExtra effort keys big gainsNFL Week 5 questions: Will Saints’ Drew Brees break NFL passing mark?Monday night should be historic for Drew Brees, but there are plenty of other pressing questions throughout the NFL to address first on Sunday.NFL News:8 Fantasy Football Sleepers for Week 58 Fantasy Football Sleepers for Week 5: Don’t let Calvin Ridley’s breakout scare you away from Mohamed Sanu, who leads Falcons wideouts in snaps. Read it now on numberFire, your #1 source for data-driven sports analysis and insight.Initial NFL evaluations of Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, and Josh Rosen – CBSSports.comHow have four of the five Round 1 quarterbacks from the 2018 Draft fared at the start of their NFL careers?Steelers O-line welcomes Le’Veon Bell but knows there are bigger issues to address before he returns – CBSSports.comBell is expected to show up during the Steelers’ Week 7 bye; hopefully the season won’t be lost by thenFour weeks into NFL season, top four rookie quarterbacks starting to make progress – Los Angeles TimesWe are a quarter of the way through the season, and the top rookie quarterbacks are all where they were projected to be — in the starting lineup. How Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen have progressed.San Francisco 49ers: Richard Sherman says QBs should wear flags | The Sacramento BeeSan Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman lamented the NFL’s new rules that have led to increased scoring and record-breaking numbers.While Rams practice avoiding roughing penalties http://www.saintscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-patrick-robinson-jersey , Ndamukong Suh apparently plans to punch QBs into oblivion – CBSSports.comThat’s one way to get around the new enforcement of roughing the passerRamsey on Tyreek Hill: It’s not WR vs. CB matchup – NFL.comSunday’s Week 5 tilt between the Jaguars and Chiefs has some additional spicy to an already fascinating game. Jalen Ramsey didn’t mince words when discussing Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill.NFL Week 5 game picks: Chiefs over Jaguars; Eagles nip Vikings – NFL.comWill the Jaguars’ defense hand the explosive Chiefs their first loss of the season? Which desperate “contender” will nab win No. 2: Atlanta or Pittsburgh? Elliot Harrison picks every Week 5 game.LSU News:Four Downs: Scott Rabalais dips his toes in The Swamp to break down the LSU-Florida game | LSU | theadvocate.com1. Seeing red’Just the uniforms have changed:’ Dan Mullen dominated LSU last year, now Tigers face him at Florida | NOLA.comDan Mullen and his 2017 Mississippi State team beat LSU 37-7 last season. Now, he faces LSU with Florida.A Q&A from the Florida Gators’ sideline | LSU | theadvocate.comHere’s some perspective from the Florida Gators’ sideline. Five questions with Edgar Thompson of the Orlando Sentinel.After two quiet seasons, LSU’s Stephen Sullivan has blossomed into a solid wide receiver | LSU | theadvocate.comTo know how far Stephen Sullivan has come in two-plus seasons of college football, all one has to do is look back at a seemingly routine 9-yard reception he madeLSU vs. Florida: Who ya got? Advocate experts make their picks | LSU | theadvocate.comThe Advocate’s LSU beat team predicts the outcome of Saturday’s game with Florida …LSU bowl projections for Week 6: Fiesta added and Citrus (again? not likely) | LSU | theadvocate.com鈥?Bill Bender, The Sporting News: Sugar Bowl vs. OklahomaLSU vs. Florida: Betting odds, top spread pick | SI.comLed by the elite pass-rushing duo of Jachai Polite and Jabari Zuniga, Florida is eyeing an upset win over LSU in Gainesville on Saturday. Can the Gators pull off the cover?Fleur-de-Links, August 20: Saints’ Marcus Williams wins Fortnite game Word on the StreetNews on the New Orleans Saints and from around the NFC South.How would you grade out Marcus Williams for his Fortnite finish?Ryan Clark & Michael Thomas – ESPNBefore chatting with Saints WR Michael Thomas about his rise to becoming one of the NFL’s elite receivers (28:49), Adam Schefter talks to ESPN’s Ryan Clark about his career, his expectations for the 2018 season, his relationship with the late Sean Taylor and much more (:37).Second-year defensive end Trey Hendrickson making presence felt on Saints line | theadvocate.com”You feel him,” coach Sean Payton said. “There is a physical presence to him. It is not necessarily the feistiness, it is how a player plays between the whistles.”By virtue of his motor, Hendrickson always had a presence on the practice field. A season of NFL football has given him a body better capable of taking advantage of all that effort. “He is stronger,” Payton said. “Fortunately, right now he is healthy.”Saints TE Ben Watson, the ‘Under Armour mannequin’ getting better with age | NOLA.com”He’s a specimen, man,” said running back Mark Ingram. “He’s like the Under Armour mannequin. He’s the oldest guy in there, but the most ripped up.”When you look at him, he doesn’t look like he’s been playing 15 years. The way he plays, it doesn’t look like he’s been playing 15 years. Everybody hopes to look like that when they’re 36 Thomas Morstead Jersey , 37 years old.”GETTING SMASHED IN THE MOUTH DOWN SOUTH: Saints News Network’s 2018 NFC South Division Season Predictions | Saints News NetworkBottom Line: I think that this current Saints team as it’s configured, is good enough to win 13 games, but with that tough of a schedule (besides playing the Panthers and Falcons each twice, the Saints also play the Eagles, Vikings, Rams, and Steelers this year) an 11-5 record seems more realistic.Preseason Week 2: Winners/losers for each NFC team – NFL.comTre’Quan Smith is coming. The rookie third-round pick could wind up stealing a lot of the production that folks like me thought Cameron Meredith would eat up this season. Smith stole the show at training camp by fighting through contested catches and has translated that into two terrific preseason performances. Could he be the team’s No. 2 receiver? … The Saints’ impressive offensive line is completely healthy again for the first time since early last season. … Former Bills runner Jonathan Williams is the leader in the clubhouse for carries behind Alvin Kamara while Mark Ingram serves his four-game suspension to open the season.Five things to know about the New Orleans Saints on Monday, August 20The New Orleans Saints will travel to Los Angeles on Tuesday, August 21 for joint practices with the Los Angeles Chargers. Read why the Saints are eager to take on new competition here.Updated New Orleans Saints 53-man roster projection | SaintsWireTight ends (3): Benjamin Watson, Josh Hill, and Dan Arnold.Plenty of people – myself included – got excited about undrafted rookie Deon Yelder but he’s hardly made an impression this summer. Michael Hoomanawanui hasn’t been able to get on the field due to injuries. This is probably New Orleans’ weakest position group, and I’d watch carefully on roster cuts day (September 1) to see if the Saints poach a tight end or two.LagniappeThe latest updates from far and wide around the NFL, and the greater world of sports.Adrian Peterson finds a new home with the Washington Redskins.I thought everyone stopped watching the NFL?Once upon a time, Davis Tull played for the Saints. He’s now with the AAF. There’s a lot of LSU players here too.Can controversial helmet rule be subject to replay review? Here’s why NFL head of officials isn’t sure – CBSSports.comThe rule is currently not reviewable, which has only made it more open to criticism. On Friday, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio askedNFL senior V.P. of officiating Al Riveron if that might change given the mostly negative response to the implementation of the rule.Mike Zimmer: Helmet hit rule will cost people ‘jobs’ – NFL.com”It’s going to cost some people some jobs,” Zimmer said. “Playoffs, jobs, the whole bit, I guess.”We haven’t had any called on us so far. It’s just hard to figure out. No one has ever said to me, ‘Hey. Don’t worry about it, we’re going to call it less or we’ll get it straightened out in the regular season. Or we’re going to come up with a revised rule.’ No one has ever said that.”

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