They’ve still got one of the best NFL quarterbacks in Drew Brees, one of the best offensive minds in coach Sean Payton, and one of the best defensive coordinators in Gregg Williams.
Besides Carolina, he also played for the New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders and Tennessee Titans in 16 seasons. He threw for 40,441 yards with 206 touchdowns and 195 interceptions and was a two-time Pro Bowler (1996 and 2008).
NFL teams owners and players’ association leaders met for another long negotiating session Thursday, hoping to finally break the labor lockout that has now lasted more than 16 weeks.
Pro Football Hall of Famer John Mackey, who helped revolutionize the position of tight end as an offensive weapon, died on Wednesday. He was 69 and had suffered from dementia for years.
His ties to the area many, but his chances of catching onto to the Falcons roster are slim. Grant will be 33 on September 3rd as he enters his ninth NFL season, injury is always a concern as is his recent production.
New Orleans Saints General Manager Micky Loomis and his staff, along with Coach Payton will have their hands full once the new CBA is signed and in place, it’s going to be a complete mad house in Metairie.
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