New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham played more basketball at the University of Miami than football, but he's emerged as one of the most prolific offensive players in the NFL. His colorful touchdown celebrations have become the stuff of highlight reels, and they're plentiful.
. Graham is listed as a tight end. That would bring about $6.8 million. He wants to be treated as wide wide receiver. This would mean a salary of $11.6 million. Graham caught 86 passes for 1,215 yards and 16 of Drew Brees' 39 TD passes in 2013. He contends he was used as a wide receiver twice as much as a tight end, and says he'll file a grievance if tagged as a tight end.
Marques Colston may not have been acting on his own Saturday in the final play of the Saints season. Several factors point to the play possibly being by design. Whether he did or didn't, his over the top criticism is way off base.
The New Orleans Saints ended their season with a resounding victory, throttling the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 42-17. With the victory, the Saints earn a playoff spot. That's the good news. The bad news is...
For the second-consecutive week, the New Orleans Saints failed to lock up an NFL playoff berth, after falling to the Carolina Panthers, 17-13, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday.
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