New Orleans Saints cornerback Tracy Porter is expecting to be healed from offseason knee surgery in time for the start of the regular season, according to trainer Wyatt Harris. Harris, who trains Porter at the Sonic Boom conditioning and strength training academy in Jefferson, said Porter has been running and doing “all of his functional movement,” such as backpedaling and change of direction work.
Yep, it’s highly ironic that Bush, who is viewed by many as a “bust,” suddenly seems like a superstar as people speculate that he could part ways with the New Orleans Saints. I’ve heard from a lot of Tampa Bay fans who seem to think Bush could help put the Bucs over the top.
If the new deal stipulates – as expected – that players with four or more years of experience will be unrestricted free agents – meaning they can sign with any team – the Saints will have 26 players in that category, including some key starters.
Garrett Hartley wasn’t drafted by the Saints. Heck, he wasn’t drafted at all. But the Saints picked him up late in 2008 and despite some tough times, he has endured. Yet, there’s one kick he’ll always be remembered for the rest of his life in New Orleans.
New Orleans Saints rookie running back Mark Ingram came away unscathed after a car he was driving collided
with an 18-wheeler early Friday morning.
Arrington, a seventh-round pick in 2008, received his first taste of NFL regular-season action last season — he made a game-high seven catches for 79 yards against the Buccaneers in Week 17 — and we’re hearing the Saints believe he’s ready for a spot on the active roster every week.
At least the perception is progress has been made, according to the players though the so called “progress” is a farce, and the owners jumped the gun in approving the CBA.
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