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Loomis Answers Questions

Brian Allee-Walsh of NewOrleans.com had a Q & A session with Saints general manager Mickey Loomis. Loomis, and the entire Saints football operations staff are facing a complex offseason, full of uncertainty because of the ongoing labor strife.

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Evans/Ivory Honored

New Orleans Saints offensive lineman Jahri Evans, and running back Chris Ivory, were recently honored by Pro Football Magazine. Sheldon Mickles, of The Advocate, has the story, below.

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How The Saints Can Rebound

Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune has a 10-step program, for the New Orleans Saints, to help them return to the Super Bowl, next year. View the article, below.

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Saints Face Significant Offseason Decisions

Drew Brees needs a contract extension. 27 players will be unrestricted free agents. Reggie Bush and Pierre Thomas have no idea if they will be Saints next year. These are only a few stories about the Saints important offseason.

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Up-And-Down-Year For Saints

The New Orleans Saints had an up-and-down 2010 season. Too much of one to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. Jason Pugh, of the Shreveport Times, has the story, below.

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Thomas, Bush Ponder Future With Saints

New Orleans Saints' running backs Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush both want to return to the team next season. Both realize though, that it's possible that they won't be back. Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Payton Optimistic About The Future

Despite the loss to the Seattle Seahawks, in the wild-card rounf of the NFC playoffs, New Orleans Sainst head coach sean Payton remains optimistic about the team's future. Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Thomas & Bush Future With Saints Uncertain

Pierre Thomas and Reggie Bush have several things in common. Both are playmakers. Both won Super Bowl Rings as the top two running backs in 2009 on the Saints depth chart. And both have uncertain futures in New Orleans. Thomas is set to become a free agent, while Bush is due $11.7 million in 2011, a figure too high for his production value.

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Saints Running Backs Hobbled Until the End

The New Orleans Saints were without their four best running backs, at the end of Saturday's 41-36, NFC playoff loss, to the Seattle Seahawks. James Varney, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Bush May Be Motivational Tool For Seahawks

New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush may be the ideal motivational tool for head coach Pete Carroll, and his Seattle Seahawks, prior to the two teams NFC playoff match-up, on Saturday. Peter Finney, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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