New Orleans Saints defensive back Jabari Greer’s foundation, the Greer Campaign and VooDoo BBQ, is hosting a masquerade ball, VooDoo Masquerade for charity at Eiffel Society on 2040 St. Charles Ave. at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Now, professional football players have been left to work out on their own without access to their teams’ facilities or trainers — Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco even posted on Twitter he was barred from getting his cleats out of his locker, while New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is holding organized workouts at Tulane University — while the NFL and the Players Association continue attempts to reach an agreement.
Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis joined Adam Schein and Rich Gannon on Sirius NFL Radio’s “The SIRIUS Blitz” show Thursday Morning. He discussed Schein ranking the Saints as the No. 2 organization in the NFL, how his staff is handling this offseason, RB Reggie Bush and the player-run organized workouts.
Both sides, the NFL and formerly the NFLPA before de-certification, met in court today to issue their final arguments before three judges who may ultimately decide the fate of the lockout — their decision is not expected to be given until perhaps as late as July.