While the end to the four-month owners’ lockout is not a done deal, substantial progress was made late in the week and indications are that ownership may vote to ratify the new labor contract at their league meetings Thursday in Atlanta.
Former New Orleans Saints All-Pro running back and versatile Ole Miss standout Deuce McAllister conducted one of his all-star football clinics at Picayune’s Football Stadium, and just over 150 campers showed up to take part in the event.
No. 7 The Original Kick: The stories have been told through the generations, the ones about the rabble-rousing Saints in the early days of the franchise. The teams were filled with characters, from the man who allegedly kept a parrot in his locker to the ones who drank morning, noon and night.
Reggie Bush remains on point: His preference is not to find a new NFL home in 2011.”I want to be back with the Saints. I think
our No. 1 priority is to stay with the Saints, restructure a deal where both sides are happy,” Bush told The Times-Picayune on Friday. “It’s just about getting this lockout out of the way so we can do that.
Football fans across the country have been eagerly awaiting the end of the lockout in the NFL. Of course, while this is for selfish reasons, many are glad it’s coming to an end for the sake of their beloved franchises themselves.
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