Patriots QB Tom Brady and TE Rob Gronkowski are just two NFL stars who are nowhere to be seen at voluntary OTAs, which have now reached a more critical third phase. What gives?
by: Josh Katzenstein — NOLA: New Orleans Saints Beat 17h
The 10 OTAs are scheduled during the next three weeks
by: Justin Boone — The Score 19h
More from this series Breakouts to target Busts to avoid Sleepers to steal Risky picks to gamble on Bounce-back candidates Super-deep sleepers Even with fantasy owners entering drafts more prepared than ever, some players still slip through the cracks.In.
by: Skarekrow — SB Nation: Buffalo Rumblings 20h
A review of the 2017 season and the plays that defined each game.
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These arent any boxes. Adorned with paintings, brass plates and intricate engravings, they house the hopes and dreams of New Orleans last two Super Bowl bids.
by: Jonathan Jones May 21, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 22 May
NFL owners have an unusually packed agenda for this set of league meetings, with kickoff rule changes, gambling and voting on a new owner all on the agenda.
by: Maximo Gonzales — Clutchpoints 22 May
The New Orleans Saints were given their first obstacle of the year with running back Mark Ingram suspended for the first four games in 2018 NFL season. Fortunately, running back Alvin Kamara is not worried about how it affects his role to start. New...
by: Steve DelVecchio — Larry Brown Sports 21 May
The New Orleans Saints had arguably the best backfield in football last season thanks in large part to the emergence of Alvin Kamara, and the former Alabama star could have an even brighter spotlight on him this year with Mark Ingram suspended four games.
by: Charean Williams — NBC Sports: Pro Football Talk 21 May
Sean Payton said last week the Saints won’t ask Alvin Kamara to carry more of a load while Mark Ingram is out. Kamara, speaking publicly for the first time since news of Ingram’s four-g…
by: Jeremy WillisESPN.com — ESPN 21 May
Rookie camps are in the books. It's time for full teams to take the practice field for OTAs. Here's the best stuff from around the NFL.
by: Mike TriplettESPN Staff Writer — NFL Nation: New Orleans Saints 21 May
With a starting job there for the taking and expectations rising, the Saints' second-year phenom hopes to improve on an impressive rookie season.