“Fantasy Night” means something else.
He says he was just trying to get a souvenir for his grandson.
“I know my time is limited. I want to make every day count.”
All football players look the same.
This is so appalling it’s practically unbelievable. The upside is that it will bring more attention to a truly impressive guy.
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton is just coming off a year-long suspension. He’s a little rusty.
The Saints’ Joe Morgan impossibly avoids three tacklers to score, flipping one of them over his back. Football at its best.
Jeff Triplette and his crew blew a call that almost cost the Packers the game, only a week after the replacement officials did cost them a game.
Saints captain Jonathan Vilma and three other players could see the field as soon as this Sunday after the NFL’s penalties were overturned today.
Drew Brees just signed a contract with the New Orleans Saints that includes a record $60 million guaranteed. Meanwhile, his Saints counterpart on defense, Jonathan Vilma, is suspended for the season.
There’s a strong Brees blowing through The Big Easy today.
Conservative super-sleuth James O’Keefe — totally swear, honest — writes for us about how he would handle the constantly cheating Saints. (Ha! Fooled you. It isn’t actually James O’Keefe. But anyway.)
Saints fans are responding to Roger Goodell’s ruling with the dopest beats they can find.
The Saints need a head coach for a year, and Bill Parcells isn’t interested! OH NOES. What should they do?
Saints head coach Sean Payton, general manager Mickey Loomis, and assistant coach Joe Vitt all had their appeals rejected by the NFL. Sorry, Saints fans: this year’s going to suck.
Hearing Gregg Williams talk about trying to “kill Frank Gore’s head” and seeing if Michael Crabtree is “real” by going for his “outside ACL” is pretty horrifying. This bounty situation may be worse than we initially thought.
When Shockey tweeted out a text conversation he had with his suspended coach, he had no idea we’d be able to use our super computers and people in lab coats to figure out the cut off part of their conversation.
We went back to see some of the others who have been suspended for at least a year.
A Saints fan left her favorite fleur-de-lis earring next to her medication on her bedside and swallowed it along with the pills.
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In an episode of short-lived sitcom “Smart Guy” that aired in 1998, the Saints lead Indianapolis 54-3 in a fictional Super Bowl game.
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Hartley’s the 23-year-old placekicker for the New Orleans Saints who kicked the game winning field goal against the Minnesota Vikings, sending the Saints to the Super Bowl.
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