Bush is owed nearly $12 million this year, but a restructuring of his contract for more years could be the move needed for a sign and trade.
Louisiana’s attorney general said Monday that shops can sell T-shirts with the phrase “Who Dat” and the fleur-de-lis symbol if they don’t make other references to the New Orleans Saints or the National Football League.
6. Jonathan Vilma After arriving in New Orleans as a free agent from the Jets, Vilma immediately provided valuable experience and a contagious work ethic to a then soon-to-be-much-improved Saints defense.
In one of the most optimistic interviews we’ve heard since the lockout began, ESPN’s John Clayton, speaking on ESPN 980 today, said he was “98 or 99 percent” sure that a tentative deal between the NFL and the NFLPA would be done this week.
There have been other big days over the last six weeks, as NFL players and owners have worked to resolve their differences and end a lockout that will reach its 122nd day when face-to-face talks resume Monday.
Quick-take: Ayodele has been with the Saints since 2008 when he was signed to the teams practice squad by way of the Dallas Cowboys. He also has spent time with the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons after entering the league as undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots.
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