I read a quote years ago, from then Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert, "When you're winnin', you walk on water. When the team's not playin' well, they want to hang you from the nearest tree." That's the life of an NFL quarterback.
Some familiar names will be in new places when the green flag flies for the 2015 Sprint Cup season. The most notable is veteran Carl Edwards, whose 2011 season came down to a last race, winner takes the cup duel with Tony Stewart. Nascar.com reports the 23 time winner moves from Roush Fenway Racing to drive the 19 car for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice's indefinite suspension was overturned by an arbitrator on Friday. He is now free to sign with any team that will have him. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports, 4 teams have shown interest, including the New Orleans Saints.
Louisiana’s Ragin’ Cajun football team returns to the gridiron on Saturday, when coach Mark Hudspeth’s squad travels to Troy, Alabama to take on the Troy Trojans the 2014 regular season finale for both teams.
There's no way to sugar coat this. The New Orleans Saints are in trouble. Yes, they're still in contention to win the NFC south. They're, ironically, also in a position where they could be among the first 10 teams to select in the 2015 draft.
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