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Rob Ryan (Finally) Talks Some Trash About Saints


Just a few years ago, NOLA was awash in love for Rob Ryan. But, the former Saints defensive coordinator quickly went from the hero of Ms. Mae’s to an exiled goat. It appears that the feelings are now mutual. During an interview with “The MMQB”, Ryan finally took some swipes back at the Black n’ Gold.


Mike the Tiger Battling Cancer


LSU looks to have a strong squad ready for the 2016 season, but one of the most beloved Tigers has been diagnosed with a terminal disease. Mike the Tiger is battling a rare from of cancer according to school officials.


Miles Markers


Football season is getting closer which means that the soundbites from Les Miles are starting to flow again. This week, the LSU coach hit the airwaves to weigh in on the upcoming seasons and dispense the traditional Les Miles vacation report.


Saints 2016 Schedule


Ready for football yet? The Saints released their 2016 schedule on Thursday (4.14) night— and it’s a tough one. The Black n’ Gold were handed the fourth most difficult schedule (statistically) in the league.


"He Kept Giving Back"

Charles Grant Remembers Will Smith



From 2002 until 2009, defensive end Charles Grant helped the Saints stifle opposing offenses. For five of those years, Grant played alongside his friend and “brother” Will Smith. In the wake of Smith’s tragic death, Grant talked with NOLA Defender about the former Saints captain, New Orleans, and guns.


Saint's Shadow

Former Easton Football Star Charged in Will Smith's Murder



Beloved former Saints captain Will Smith was shot and killed following a minor traffic accident in the Lower Garden District on Saturday (4.09) night according to the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD).


Saints' Scrimmages


It’s never too early for Who Dat Nation to get ready for some football. On Thursday (4.07), the Saints released their full schedule and plans for the preseason.


Oranges't Ya Coming? Ingram Courts Auburn Allumn


Almost exactly a year ago, Mark Ingram learned that he would remain a Saint. In the time since, the visibly relaxed running back has whole-heartedly embraced New Orleans. Now, he is even helping the Saints out in their effort to recruit free agent defensive tackle Nick Fairley.


Not So Elementary: Watson Out


Free agent deals can not be made official until Wednesday (3.09) at 3:00p.m. However, the Saints’ tight end carousel is already spinning again. A year after the shocking departure of Jimmy Graham, his replacement Ben Watson is leaving the Crescent City to play for the Baltimore Ravens according to the Baltimore Sun.


Colston Cut


Black n’ Gold hero Marques Colston was cut by the Saints after 10 seasons in New Orleans according to the NFL’s transaction wire.


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