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  • RT @jkatzenstein: The Saints placed Michael Ola on IR and signed OL Derek Newton, who worked out last week.
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  • RT @GoalineFootball: Huge Congratulations to Derek Newton on signing a 2 year deal with the Saints. What an incredible journey after recovering from a double patellar injury. Groundbreaking comeback. Proud of you Newt! #trulyblessed #faithfamilyfootball https://t.co/vOptPFpC55
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  • The Saints placed backup o-lineman Michael Ola on I.R. after he was hurt in Sunday’s win at Tampa Bay. They added veteran OT Derek Newton, who was a starter for 5 years with Texans before suffering major injuries in both knees in 2016, which sidelined him for all of 2017 as well.
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  • From Amazon: "If you're not getting what you need from your Millennials, it's time to learn how to lead them the way they need to be led. Managing Millennials For Dummies is your handbook for allowing them to exceed your expectations."
    Cubs manager Joe Maddon is currently reading “Managing Millennials for Dummies” and has also been studying social media. Not a joke.
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  • Now, the Saints did make a lot of poor spending decision in free agency over those years — so it’s not like they deserve too much credit for cap management. But there was always a sense that one day they’d have to “pay the piper” and that never really happened.
    The Saints took a lot of flak for pushing salary cap costs into the future over the past half-decade. But the rapid growth of the league-wide cap every year allowed them to stay aggressive and catch up at the same time, without ever having to lose core players as “cap casualties” https://t.co/HlQjHNGVsc
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  • RT @RevDeuceWindham: If you've ever been curious what type of adjustments the #Saints make during games to correct issues, this is the article for you. An example of what Sean Payton did on the offensive side as well as what Dennis Allen did on defense. https://t.co/hQ909SACQf
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  • The Saints took a lot of flak for pushing salary cap costs into the future over the past half-decade. But the rapid growth of the league-wide cap every year allowed them to stay aggressive and catch up at the same time, without ever having to lose core players as “cap casualties”
    Another sign of the NFL’s continued success and growth. https://t.co/K5Tw7nOnqE
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  • I know it's a long, long season and Norris will probably get plenty of starts when it's all said and done, even if he begins the year in Toledo or the bullpen....but I really thought they would leave a rotation spot open for him. They haven't.
    This winter has demonstrated that the Tigers... 1) Believe very strongly in starting pitcher depth. 2) Think they can more easily acquire flippable assets in the starting pitcher market. 3) Have little confidence in Daniel Norris. Or some combination thereof. https://t.co/9DXP4gWrYS
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  • RT @UADennyChimes: Alabama fans retweet to help our boy @MarkIngram22 win The Walter Payton Man of the Year Award! #WPMOYChallenge⁠ ⁠ Mark Ingram #WPMOYChallenge⁠ ⁠ Mark Ingram #WPMOYChallenge⁠ ⁠ Mark Ingram #WPMOYChallenge⁠ ⁠ Mark Ingram #WPMOYChallenge⁠ ⁠ Mark Ingram #RollTide
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  • This winter has demonstrated that the Tigers... 1) Believe very strongly in starting pitcher depth. 2) Think they can more easily acquire flippable assets in the starting pitcher market. 3) Have little confidence in Daniel Norris. Or some combination thereof.
    What was attractive about Detroit? Tyson Ross said the same thing as Matt Moore: He wanted to start. "Detroit established themselves from the get-go and made a commitment to considering me as a starter and really got in the conversation early."
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  • RT @MySportsUpdate: The NFL informed clubs today that the 2019 salary cap will be in the range of $187M to $191M. So it climbs up another $10M.
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  • What was attractive about Detroit? Tyson Ross said the same thing as Matt Moore: He wanted to start. "Detroit established themselves from the get-go and made a commitment to considering me as a starter and really got in the conversation early."
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  • Saints sign Derek Newton https://t.co/48azINYPiw
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  • More Ross: "Every time I come through Detroit I'm always blown away with the ballpark and the fans and I'm looking forward to putting on those home whites."
    Tyson Ross has pitched in every MLB ballpark except...Comerica Park. But he's been to Detroit before. And he knows Pete Kozma! "Obviously you've got one of the best hitters of all time in Miggy and some talented young guys."
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  • Tyson Ross has pitched in every MLB ballpark except...Comerica Park. But he's been to Detroit before. And he knows Pete Kozma! "Obviously you've got one of the best hitters of all time in Miggy and some talented young guys."
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