Rob Ryan blames Saints’ new scheme for firing: ‘I know I am better than that’ – ESPN


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Rob Ryan blames Saints' new scheme for firing: 'I know I am better than that'
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Rob Ryan said his last two years as the New Orleans Saints' defensive coordinator were "a waste of time" because he was "sitting on my hands" when New Orleans decided to try to copy the Seattle Seahawks' scheme. "There are two years that don't have my …
Rob Ryan: Don't blame me for New Orleans Saints defenseOregonLive.com
Rob Ryan blames New Orleans Saints scheme change for firingUPI.com
Underhill: Former Saints DC Rob Ryan can try to pass the buck, but issues were deeper than scheme last seasonThe New Orleans Advocate
Bleacher Report –Larry Brown Sports –Yahoo Sports (blog)
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New Orleans Saints’ Garrett Grayson like many others who want him to ‘take the next step’ – NOLA.com


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New Orleans Saints' Garrett Grayson like many others who want him to 'take the next step'
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In a span of six drafts from 2009 to 2014, one other quarterback among the 33 picked in the top three rounds went a full rookie season without a snap from under center, and that was Ryan Mallett, picked 74th overall in 2011 by the New England Patriots.
Drew Brees reports no progress in contract talks with New Orleans SaintsUPI.com
Sweet '16 for New Orleans Saints? Too early to tellThe Sun Herald
Another summer of rehab for Saints safety Jairus ByrdESPN (blog)
NewOrleansSaints.com –The New Orleans Advocate –The Advocate
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New Orleans Saints CB P.J. Williams ready to play after year off – NOLA.com


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New Orleans Saints CB P.J. Williams ready to play after year off
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Remember last August when the New Orleans Saints cornerback position actually seemed too crowded? That was when rookie P.J. Williams had the ill fortune of tearing a hamstring. Amid the impending roster crunch, Williams was sent to the injured reserve …
PJ Williams is '100 percent' healthy after missing rookie year247Sports

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Super Bowl 2019: Roger Goodell writes apology letter to New Orleans Saints after Atlanta Falcons’ successful bid – The Falcoholic


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Super Bowl 2019: Roger Goodell writes apology letter to New Orleans Saints after Atlanta Falcons' successful bid
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It is clear to all owners that New Orleans is a top-notch Super Bowl city with talented leadership representing the Saints and the community. Although you did not secure the 2019 game against unusually strong and unique competition, we would look
Roger Goodell writes Tom Benson to say he was impressed by Saints' Super Bowl bidThe Advocate (blog)
Goodell to New Orleans: Atlanta bid 'unusually strong and unique'Atlanta Journal Constitution
In letter to Tom Benson, Roger Goodell supports New Orleans as host of future Super BowlsNOLA.com
NBCSports.com –Sports Illustrated
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Why the New Orleans Saints Could Win it All, Part VII: Linebackers – Canal Street Chronicles


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Why the New Orleans Saints Could Win it All, Part VII: Linebackers
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When he was signed in New Orleans, he and Head Coach Sean Payton discussed what his role would be for the Saints; yes, he would be a play-maker on Special Teams, but he would be slotted into the defensive unit as needed. Robertson is another …
Saints' Stephone Anthony OK with move to strong-side LBNOLA.com
Saints' Anthony embracing linebacker shuffle, LaurinaitisThe Bellingham Herald

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Hau’oli Kikaha now officially at ‘edge’ for New Orleans Saints – NOLA.com


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Hau'oli Kikaha now officially at 'edge' for New Orleans Saints
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New Orleans Saints outside linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha (44) reacts after stopping Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman (24) short of the goal line during the game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta Sunday, January 3, 2016. (Photo by David Grunfeld, …

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Why the New Orleans Saints Could Win it All, Part VI: Defensive Line – Canal Street Chronicles


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Why the New Orleans Saints Could Win it All, Part VI: Defensive Line
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The New Orleans Saints had a problem getting to the opposing team's Quarterback last year. With only 31 team sacks, the Saints defensive unit tied for 6th worst in the NFL. Of those 31 sacks, 10 came from Defensive End Cameron Jordan. Another 15 came …
New Orleans Saints DE Cam Jordan on track with rehab following offseason back surgeryNOLA.com
Saints' Cameron Jordan not cleared to practice but 'ahead of schedule'ESPN (blog)

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New Orleans Saints’ Erik Harris another Delvin Breaux? ‘I’m just trying to make this team’ – NOLA.com


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New Orleans Saints' Erik Harris another Delvin Breaux? 'I'm just trying to make this team'
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His mother mailed newspaper clippings. His uncle put in a good word to an old coaching friend. Everything else Erik Harris did to find a place with the New Orleans Saints came through a mix of athleticism and determination. How else could the 26-year

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Saints host special teams clinic for high school coaches – NewOrleansSaints.com

Saints host special teams clinic for high school coaches
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The New Orleans Saints hosted a special teams clinic for high school coaches on Friday, May 27 at the team's facility in Metairie. More than 100 high school coaches from around the Gulf South region attended the 10th annual clinic, which included a