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Sapp Apologizes To Shockey For Snitch Label

Former NFL player and current analyst Warren Sapp apologized to former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey for publicly calling him a "snitch" in regards to "bountygate." In a radio appearance, Sapp claims he met with Shockey and told him...

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Who Is The Best Saints’ Tight End In Team History?

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Today, we continue our New Orleans Saints' best of all-time at every position.

Today, we want your thoughts on the tight end position.

Who is the best New Orleans Saints' tight end of all-time?

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Saints Bounty Snitch Revealed?

Who was the whistleblower of "bountygate?" That's the question Saints fans have pondered since the news of "bountygate" broke. It appears we have the answer. The snitch is former...

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Shockey Fires Back At Sapp, Denies Snitching

After NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp accused him of "snitching" on his former team (New Orleans Saints) in regards to "bountygate," Jeremy Shockey vehemently denied the accusation, going as far as saying he'll happily take a polygraph test on live TV. He fired back at Sapp, saying...

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Sapp Reports Shockey Is Saints Bounty Snitch

Former NFL defensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp raised a lot of eyebrows today when he tweeted that former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey was the whistle-blower in the Saints bounty case. Could it be true?

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Calling Dr. Shockey…Calling Dr. Jeremy Shockey!

Former New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey has already paid big dividends to his new team, the Carolina Panthers, and more specifically, his teammate, Ben Hartsock.

Hartsock was apparently choking on a piece of meat on Monday, when a teammate rushed to him and performed the Heimlich Maneuver, but that didn't work.

It was then that Shockey decided to take matters into his own hands.

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Most Overrated Athletes In History

Who are the most overrated athletes of all-time?

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Payton Discusses Shockey

Saints head coach Sean Payton talked about his close relationship with former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey. "Any time you end up parting ways with a player like that it's difficult. His case with my history (made) it hard," said Payton.

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Saints Make The Right Moves

Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune, says the New Orleans Saints were right on the money with their recent offseason moves. View the article, below.

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Will Reggie Bush Be With The Saints In 2011?

The New Orleans Saints released tight end Jeremy Shockey on Tuesday. Will running back Reggie Bush be next? Pat Yasinskas, of espn.com, has the story, below.

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