ESPN is desperate to make a major addition to its “Monday Night Football” broadcast, but there appear to be no options remaining for the 2020 season. As a result, the network is shifting its focus further down the road.
Sean Payton does not believe in the old adage that if you have two quarterbacks you have none. The Saints re-signed Drew Brees and placed a first-round tender on Taysom Hill, and Payton said on ESPN that the reason the Saints put a first-round tender on Hill is that they think he’s a starting quarterback [more]
Photo by Alan Smith/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Saints, draft QB of the future, fill gaps for current season With free agency on the verge now of being completed, it only makes sense to look forward to the NFL Draft which, despite all of Mother Nature’s attempts to ruin it, is still on course to begin as expected on Thursday, April 23rd.
Emmanuel Sanders could be the missing piece for another New Orleans Saints Super Bowl run. Over the past two seasons, the New Orleans Saints have struggled to find reliable wide receivers opposite of Michael Thomas.
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Getting an inside look at how Deatrick plans to transfer his XFL stardom to the Saints We had a chance to catch up with one of the New Orleans Saints newest additions in Deatrick Nicholsnb游戏平台 who is coming off a stellar (albeit shortened) season with the Houston Roughnecks in the XFL.
nb游戏平台 The 2020 NFL Draft is coming up in a few weeks. It looks as if it’s a go as of today. Although the draft may look a bit different, teams must be preparing their boards and scenarios when it comes.
Despite a worldwide pandemic and limited cap space, the New Orleans Saints have had no offseason to sneeze at. The bulk of their makeover comes in the secondary: the New Orleans Saints lost Vonn Bell and said good riddance to Eli Apple, but locked down Janoris Jenkins and bought back Malcolm Jenkins.
nb游戏平台Considering that he’s entering his age-32 campaign, Jenkins likely figured he wouldn’t be able to earn a salary close to his $10.15 million on the open market and decided to take less to remain in New Orleans.
If no team trades for Cam Newton, the player who was the consensus front-runner to become the face of the NFL not too long ago may be stuck in free agency for the foreseeable future, Yardbarker's Sam Robinson writes.