February 2011


New Orleans Saints release TE Jeremy Shockey With every passing day, the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl victory becomes more and more of a distant memory. As a lifelong resident of New Orleans, it is difficult to convey how special the Saints championship was for me and everyone else in New Orleans. And the players who helped lead us to the Promised Land will forever be Saints in our hearts. Unfortunately, the NFL is a business and one by one, our Super Bowl Saints are feeling the march of Father Time and the economic realities of the league.
With the 2010 NFL season in the books, it's time to turn our eyes to the NFL draft, and the pre-draft...
NEW ORLEANS - For flamboyant tight end Jeremy Shockey, the party is over — at least in New Orleans.
The New Orleans Saints have released tight end Jeremy Shockey. Executive vice president and general manager Mickey Loomis, in a statement Tuesday, thanked Shockey for his contributions to the team and wished him the best in the future. The Saints acquired Shockey in a trade with the New York Giants before the 2008 season.
With the 2010 NFL season in the books, it's time to turn our eyes to the NFL draft, and the pre-draft...
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By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer
With the 2010 NFL season in the books, it's time to turn our eyes to the NFL draft, and the pre-draft...
New Tennessee offensive coordinator Chris Palmer knows part of his role with the Titans will be as a teacher.
By JAIME ARON AP Pro Football Writer

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