Quite a few New Orleans Saints players were already Louisiana legends before they ever suited up for the black and gold. As in most southern states, college football is a big deal in Louisiana.
New Orleans’ defense looks and even sounds different under Spagnuolo, who is more understated than his brazen predecessor, Gregg Williams, though not necessarily less aggressive.
“These changes made it essential for the news-gathering operation to evolve and become digitally focused, while continuing to maintain a strong team of professional journalists who have a command of the New Orleans metro area,” the story continued.”
A few plays later, according to the News Tribune, safety DeShawn Shead “almost took Baldwin’s head off” on a pass over the middle.
The Indianapolis Colts have contacted the Cowboys about the availability of disgruntled cornerback Mike Jenkins, according to an ESPN report.
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