With that being said, I believe Reggie Bush is done in New Orleans and will be looking for work very soon. There will be no shortage of teams that will be willing to sign the veteran running back, but Bush’s days as a high paid player in the NFL will be over.
The Chairman of the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District says they were able to complete a total overhaul of the Superdome for $336 million, a far cry from the more than $1 billion spent on new stadiums for the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants and Jets.
Tracy Porter wasn’t exactly a household name when the Saints picked him in 2008’s second round. He missed part of his rookie season with a dislocated right wrist .
Players still have to sign off on the deal — and they must re-establish their union, the NFL said. NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora reported that a players conference call ended Thursday night with no vote taken.
Realistically the owners are no longer going to “lockout” players from team facilities, which will re-open this coming Saturday. Free agency is also tentatively scheduled to start next Wednesday, July 27th. Football is as close to starting as it’s been in four months.
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