With kickoff of Week 2 hours away, the playing status of some prominent names is coming into clearer focus.
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New Orleans Saints strong safety Roman Harper has been named to the Pro Bowl to replace Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins, who will be playing in Super Bowl XLV after the Packers beat the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game.
NFL Network’s Rich Eisen points out that Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck is showing some of that 2005 moxie that helped lead Seattle to its first Super Bowl.
A string of injuries have left the Saints very thin at safety Sunday against the Panthers.
Posted: Monday, June 14th, 2010 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2010 restricted free agents, Atari Bigby, Carlos Rogers, Donald Penn, Jammal Brown, Jarrad Page, Johnny Jolly, Logan Mankins, Marcus McNeill, Roman Harper, Ronnie Brown, Shawne Merriman, Tramon Williams, Vincent Jackson
Players have until 11:59 ET Monday night to sign their tenders, or their clubs could then lower the offers from the original levels. The teams would also still retain the players’ rights for the 2010 season.
Posted: Friday, April 16th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Courtney Roby, Jahri Evans, Jammal Brown, Lance Moore, Marvin Mitchell, Mickey Loomis, Mike Bell, New Orleans Saints, pierre thomas, Roman Harper, Usama Young
Saints general manager Mickey Loomis expects three of his team’s restricted free agents to sign their tenders Monday, but the status of the team’s other five remains in limbo.
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.
Posted: Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Bobby McCray, Darren Sharper, Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts, Jeremy Shockey, Jerraud Powers, Jonathan Vilma, Malcolm Jenkins, New Orleans Saints, pierre thomas, Roman Harper, Super Bowl XLIV, Will Smith
The Colts and Saints submitted their first practice reports Wednesday with some important players missing from action as both teams begin preparations for Super Bowl XLIV.