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Falcons Offense Needs More Up Front

The Falcons have a good core in place on offense. They have the franchise quarterback in Matt Ryan, the superstar receiver in Julio Jones, and good complementary skill players around them. 707 more words

NFC South

Why the NFC South Will Regain Elite Status After the 2015 Draft

By Sean Robson

NFC South Outlook:

Not a single team in the NFC South finished the 2014 season with a winning record. The Carolina Panthers (7-8-1) finished atop the division and clinched a playoff birth, while the New Orleans Saints (7-9) trailed closely behind. 702 more words


Saints trade Kenny Stills to Dolphins

The New Orleans Saints have traded Kenny Stills to the Miami Dolphins for inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe and a third round draft pick. Stills’ 2014 season was slowed by injuries, but he has established himself as a legitimate deep threat and demonstrated his ability in the short to intermediate passing game with an impressive 78.8% catch rate ranking fourth among receivers last season. 221 more words


Brandon Browner signs with Saints

NFC South Update

The Saints mustered up some cash to sign free agent cornerback Brandon Browner to a three-year $15 million deal with $10 million guaranteed. 64 more words


Bucs cut 3 add Carter, Conte

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have decided to cut their losses on three recent free agent acquisitions: defensive end Michael Johnson, offensive tackle Anthony Collins and safety Dashon Goldson. 570 more words


Saints TE Jimmy Graham to Seattle

Saints TE Jimmy Graham has just been traded to the Seattle Seahawks.

…Exhale! Now breathe, let’s figure this out everyone.

New Orleans had to trade TE Jimmy Graham because they were severely over the cap.   387 more words

Jimmy Graham was traded? Find out where here

Superstar TE Jimmy Graham has been traded to the Seattle Seahawks for Center Max Unger and a bundle of draft picks. This was a shocking deal that no one seen coming as Graham has been the go to target for QB Drew Brees for many years now. 33 more words