The New Orleans Saints have placed offensive tackle Charles Brown on season-ending injured reserve and signed veteran Ray Willisto take his spot on the active roster. Brown, who started five games at right tackle in place of injured veteran Zach Strief, hurt his right hip during Sunday’s loss at St. Louis.
You won’t find quarterback Drew Brees getting hit for a loss by defensive linemen all that often. Twenty-three times in 2006. Sixteen times in 2007. And a franchise-low 13 times in 2008. But that low three seasons has turned into what will likely be a high in 2011.
New Orleans Saints tailback Mark Ingram remains sidelined with the bruised heel he suffered in Week 7. He did not participate in Wednesday’s practice.
Suddenly the Saints have a patch work group of o-lineman, and there are serious questions as to whether they can cut-the-mustard this season after an abysmal performace against the Rams.
The New Orleans Saints failed to take advantage of what seemed like a golden opportunity to increase their division lead last weekend. Following a week off, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are feeling all the more optimistic about making a run at them – especially withLeGarrette Blount expected to return.
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