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According to a report from NOLA.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2011/01/drew-brees-played-six-weeks-with-a-sprained-mcl"> I may have mentioned an unbiased love for our <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2011/01/drew-brees-played-six-weeks-with-a-sprained-mcl">Lord and Savior Drew Breesus</a>, who tossed touchdowns for our sins a couple of seasons ago.
In a Tweet that might as well have read "going 2 new england brb," Reggie Bush reacted to the Saints trading back into the first round to draft Alabama running back Mark Ingram by going on the Internet, giving up completely and spending the rest of the day Googling "Reggie Bush.
For the last five years or so, I’ve been living the life of a vagabond, going from city to city in search of a big break or with halfway going to school.
Now that New Orleans is back,**the Saints don't really need Jeremy Shockey.
We'll round up some Super Bowl news in a minute, but first a bizarre Saints head coach Sean Payton is packing up his family from New Orleans and moving them to an upscale Dallas-area home that he just purchased.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2011/01/your-nfl-recap-the-conference-championships"> I'm just going to get this out of the way right now: this post may be <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2009/12/an-abridged-history-of-the-new-orleans-saints">biased</a>.
As if the humiliation of losing to the Seattle Seahawks (<a href="http://secondstringfullback.com/2011/01/05/could-i-see-the-seahawks-beating-the-saints-yeah/">which I called,</a> by the way) wasn't enough for the Saints, they're now getting punched in the stomach with the realization that 28 of their players will be unrestricted free agents.
While the entirety of the mainstream media began releasing Best Of lists in the first week of December, I wanted to wait as long as I possibly could to create my own, because of, you know, all of the games that take place throughout December.
Kendra Wilkinson, the 25-year old former Playboy Playmate naked chick who used to roll around on top of Hugh Hefner’s old balls, is trying to get her husband and terrible football player, Hank Baskett, to sign a “post-nuptial” agreement because she’s apparently bringing in more proverbial cheddar.
The New Orleans Saints clinched a playoff berth after defeating the Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football last night, <a href="http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2010122700/2010/REG16/saints@falcons#tab:recap">17-14</a>.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/?p=151232">Graphics by <a href="http://www.aakitunde.com/">Anthoniaa</a> Remember when Boise St.
Pic via <a href="http://highguy.tumblr.com/">Dirk</a> In the long and storied history of this country, it doesn't get much more American than Thanksgiving and the NFL.
Super Bowl MVP and N'Awleans folk hero, Drew Brees and his wife gave birth to their second son late Tuesday night.
ASYLUM POLL: <a href="http://www.asylum.com/2010/09/27/oakland-raiders-sebastian-janikowski-new-orleans-saints-garrett-hartley-field-goals-kickers-football/">Is the kicker over-valued in football?</a> For once, I have taken a side in KSK's debate of the weekly "<a href="http://kissingsuzykolber.uproxx.com/tag/sean-taylor-memorial-meast-of-the-week">Meast</a>" and "<a href="http://kissingsuzykolber.uproxx.com/tag/jeff-george-memorial-least-of-the-week">Least</a>" awards.
You might have heard that the Saints' win against the 49ers last night came at the expense of Reggie Bush, who broke his leg on a muffed punt return.
We here at With Leather are spending the day at the annual Uproxx Labor Day Family Picnic, so of course we're not posting much, but I just took a break from giving <a href="www.filmdrunk.com">Vince</a> piggyfront rides to bring you a fine example of why having "Former NFL Player" and "Hall-of-Famer" on your resume doesn't necessarily mean you should have a job in sports journalism.
Drew Brees was at a sports memorabilia store at the Edgewater Mall in Biloxi, Mississippi over the weekend, signing autographs for fans for a $150 a pop.
From the New Orleans Saints promotions department comes the <a href="https://celebritiesforcharity.org/raffles/saints_ring.cfm">ingenious idea to raffle off two dollar tickets</a> for a chance to win a 2009 Saints Super Bowl ring to benefit the Gulf Coast BP Oil Spill disaster.