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Saints Sign Pierre Thomas

With the lockout drawing near, the Saints signed running Back Pierre Thomas signed a 4 year deal worth reportedly $12 million.

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Are the Saints ready for a lockout?

With the continued labor strife in the NFL, it becomes more evident everyday the owners will lock out the players when the current CBA ends at 10:59 PM, March 3rd. Are the Saints a team in good shape to handle the lockout?

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Saints Cut Shockey

Saints terminate Jeremy Shockey's contract, ending his three year stint with the club. "It's a business, I understand," Shockey said. "I'll just go play hard for someone else. Whoever gets me it's going to be a steal."

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Does Brees Care About Payton’s Move?

The reaction from Saints fans regarding Sean Payton moving his family to Dallas has been mixed. One fan feels disrespected, while another claims to not care, as long as Payton is coaching and winning. How does Saints All-Pro Quarterback Drew Brees feel about the move?

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Saints Fans Have Right To Be Upset With Payton

Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune, says fans of the New Orleans Saints have every right to be upset with head coach Sean Payton, for his move to Dallas. View the article, below.

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Mike McCarthy Paid His Dues

Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, a former offensive coordinator with the New Orleans Saints, paid his dues to become a Super Bowl winning coach. Peter Finney, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Payton Not Going Anywhere

Rumors were rampant throughout Super Bowl Sunday that Saints coach Sean Payton was leaving New Orleans for Dallas to take the general manager job with the Cowboys. The Saints have issued a statement. Did they really need to? Let's examine.

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Things Have Worked Out For The Saints & Packers

Sean Payton and Mike McCarthy were both up for the Green Bay Packers' head coaching job, back in 2006. The Packers chose McCarthy, the former Saints' offensive coordinator, but things have were out for all parties involved. Brian Allee-Walsh, of neworleans.com, has the story, below.

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Saints Can Work Forward To Next Super Bowl

With their season at an end, the NewOrleans Saints can now start working toward next year's Super Bowl. Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Saints Eyeing Defensive Linemen

New Orleans Saints defensive line coach Bill Johnson, at Senior Bowl practices, this week, said that the team is looking to bolster it's front seven. Mike Varney, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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