League officials will spend Tuesday and Wednesday in discussion to determine the appropriate penalties for the New Orleans Saints in connection with the “pay for performance” system, according to league sources.
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Several players who played for former Saints DC Gregg Williams elsewhere — such as Washington and Buffalo — said privately that there were never any formal “bounty” programs on those teams.
Posted: Thursday, December 30th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Brandon Jackson, Brian Baldinger, Chris Long, Dick LeBeau, Four Downs, Fred Robbins, Gary Gibson, Green Bay Packers, Gregg Williams, James Hall, John Kuhn, New Orleans Saints, Peyton Hillis, Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Rams, Troy Polamalu
This week, Four Downs takes a inside look ahead at four of the matchups in Week 17 and what could be key factors.
The time has come. And Brett Favre will be sitting on my bench.
Posted: Friday, May 14th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Adrian Peterson, Beanie Wells, Brian Westbrook, Denver Broncos, Drew Brees, Gregg Williams, Josh McDaniels, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Toby Gerhart
Rookie RB Toby Gerhart will miss the Vikings’ OTA next week, and minicamp in June is in jeopardy too, thanks to Stanford’s mid-June graduation ceremonies. NFL rules prohibit draft picks from participating in anything more than a rookie minicamp before their school’s graduation.
Before we turn our full attention to the combine, free agency and the draft, I wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on Super Bowl XLIV before we plunge full on into the 2010 offseason.
The Saints’ defense matched up well with the Colts’ passing attack thanks to a 3-3-5 formation.
Colts tight end Dallas Clark’s domination of safety Roman Harper is putting Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams in a quandary when it comes to play-calling.
NFL.com analyst Pat Kirwan is down on the sideline, passing along his observations as both teams begin to make their way onto the field for warmups.
Saints coach Sean Payton explained the Saints have made it this far for a reason, and now isn’t the time to make changes.
DeWayne Walker remains a top candidate to become Pete Carroll‘s defensive coordinator with the Seahawks, according to league sources.
Who do you blame when one of the game’s most prolific wide receivers goes without a catch for the first time in 185 consecutive games? As it turns out, everyone is to blame, including the New Orleans Saints defense.
If the preseason told us anything, it told us that the New Orleans Saints are for real. They went out and started to prove it in Week 1.
Posted: Sunday, September 13th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Bart Scott, Brandon Jacobs, Brett Favre, Cincinatti Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, DeMarcus Ware, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Eddie Royal, Green Bay Packers, Gregg Williams, Houston Texans, Jason Campbell, Jeremy Jarmon, Josh Cribbs, Matthew Stafford, Mike Bell, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans, New York Giants, New York Jets, pierre thomas, Rex Ryan, Washington Redskins
A quick spin around some match-ups as kickoff appraoches. The Browns held another negotiating session with WR Josh Cribbs, with a face-to-face session with his agent conducted Saturday in Cleveland. The sides continue to make “good progress” toward a deal.
Musician/actor/recording artist Harry Connick Jr. will be singing tonight’s national anthem, an honor he said he takes quite seriously while chatting after his soundcheck.