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Saints WR Joe Morgan, DE Kenyon Coleman Are Out For Season With Injuries

The injury bug bit the New Orleans Saints today in a big way. Joe Morgan, who was penciled as the #3 wide receiver, is done for the season, as is starting defensive end Kenyon Coleman. In addition, several players left the morning practice with...

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Saints Will Be Without Three Key Players For Season Finale

Sunday marks the end of the 2012 season for the New Orleans Saints. However, for three key members of the franchise, the season has already ended. Due to injuries, several Saints have been ruled out for Sunday's home matchup with the Carolina Panthers. Those players include...

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Saints Fall To Falcons, Brees’ TD Streak Ends

In a crucial game against their hated rival, the New Orleans Saints let too many opportunities slip away, falling to the Atlanta Falcons 23-13. With the defeat, the Saints playoff chances appear...

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Saints Crush Raiders To Reach 5-5

Don't look now, but the New Orleans Saints are one of the hottest teams in the NFL, having won 4 of their last 5 games. Their latest triumph came today on the road against the Oakland Raiders. A balance offensive effort and a big play defensive performance propelled the black and gold to a 38-17 victory over the black and silver. Saints running back Mark Ingram (pictured above) finished...

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Saints Beat Up Eagles 28-13

The New Orleans Saints improved to 3-5 at the midway point of the season, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 28-13. A big reason for their success? A run game. The Saints found one Monday night. Another reason? A pass rush. The Saints sacked Michael Vick a whopping...

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Top 10 Undrafted NFL Players Of All-Time

Finding a "diamond in the rough" when it comes to scouting football players is a rare talent. If an undrafted free agent makes a team, it's considered a surprise. When an undrafted free agent ends up being an awesome player, it's comparable to finding a diamond while mining for coal. The New Orleans Saints found it in running back Pierre Thomas 5 years ago. Let's take a look at the top 10 NFL Undrafted

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Pierre Thomas Gains National Attention

New Orleans Saints fans all know how good running back Pierre Thomas truly is. The hard working, "jack of all trades" tailback fought his way onto the roster as an undrafted free agent out of Illinois in 2007. In Saturday night's win over the Detroit Lions, the rest of the Country learned why Thomas is, was, and always will be a fan favorite.

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Sean Payton Unsure How He Will Deal With Saints’ Crowded Backfield

For the first time all season, all four of the New Orleans Saints' top four tailbacks are healthy, and that gives head coach Sean Payton a little bit of a problem.

Mark Ingram, Pierre Thomas, Darren Sproles, and Chris Ivory are all healthy and ready to go, but the four backs are one more than Payton would typically like to have.

Having four backs that you have confidence in can be a good problem, but remember, if all of them are active, then you'd be taking away a roster spot from a player at another position.

Payton hasn't said how the Saints will deal with the situation when they take on the New York Giants on Monday night.

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Grading The Saints-Week 9

The New Orleans Saints got back on the win track on Sunday, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 27-16, in an NFC South contest, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, in New Orleans.

The Saints obviously fared much better than the week prior, when the fell to the previously unbeaten St. Louis Rams, 31-21.

Against the Bucs, the Saints' offense rolled, for 458 total yards, including 195 rushing yards, while the defense held Tampa Bay to only 84 rushing yards.

Special teams was fine, as John Kasay hit two field goals, and punter Thomas Morestead was great, as he usually is.

You have to give the Saints passing grades all-around this week.

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Beyond The Mic: Ivory’s Return Begs Questions

New Orleans Saints RB Chris Ivory led the team in rushing a year ago as a rookie. His bruising style as a runner took its toll however, and he had two offseason surgeries. As a result, he's spent the beginning of the season on the PUP list. That will change next week, as he should be activated to the 53 man roster. How will coach Sean Payton deal with an already crowded backfield?

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