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Sproles To Saints

The Saints wasted no time finding Reggie Bush's replacement, agreeing to terms last night with free agent running back Darren Sproles. The 4 year deal is reportedly worth $14 million, with $4 million guaranteed.

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NFC South’s Defining Moments

What are the franchise-turning moments for all 4 teams in the NFC South? Fans weighed in on espn.com and one moment in Saints history won the vote in a landslide.

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No Downtime For Payton During Lockout

There may be an NFL lockout, but it's still full speed ahead for New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton. Jim Mashek, of the Sun Herald, has the story, below.

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Saints’ Coaching Staff Staying Prepared During Lockout

Uncertain of when they'll get back into a normal routine because of the NFL lockout, the New Orleans Saints' coaching staff is staying prepared. Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Is Saints Handling Of Bush Justified?

Sean Payton talked to Reggie Bush on Friday, one day after selecting running back Mark Ingram in the first round of the NFL draft. With a crowded backfield that includes Ingam, Bush, Pierre Thomas, and Chris Ivory, Coach Payton wanted to talk to Reggie about his vision for him in the future.

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Saints Rack Up In Draft In Last Five Years

What's the secret to the recent success of the New Orleans Saints? According to a recent survey by CSNBayArea.com, only one team ranks ahead of the Saints, when it comes to success in the NFL Draft, over the last five years.  Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Vilma Unhappy About Lockout

New Orleans Saints pro-bowl middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma is unhappy about the current NFL lockout. "It's never a good look for the fans to have the players and the owners arguing over money," explained Vilma.

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Chris Ivory Sorting New Waters

New Orleans Saints running back Chris Ivory is sailing through unchartered waters this offseason. The Saints 2010 leading rusher is rehabbing from offseason surgery, and searching for a place to stay in shape during the NFL lockout.

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Saints Expect To Keep Bush

Coach Sean Payton expects the Saints and running back Reggie Bush to work out a new deal. "He's a guy that we feel will be part of our team," explained Payton.

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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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