New Orleans Saints
You got just enough of a taste on Wednesday night to whet your NFL appetite. But the first full weekend of the season is upon us, and the season will begin to take shape. Here are some things to look for in Week 1 action.
Take a bow, Big Blue — you’re starting the season as the team to beat in Joe B’s weekly rankings.
Jets fans saw it firsthand last night. No, not the Tim Tebow show. The main story last night was the Cincinnati Bengals, and the disasters that loom for all teams in preseason.
Boomer and Craig began this Monday edition of the Morning Extravaganza by talking about the Yankees, as they continue to ‘tread water’ as the Booms put it.
The New Orleans Saints won the preseason NFL Hall of Fame Game over the Arizona Cardinals, 17-10.
New York Jets’ favorite Curtis Martin was among the class enshrined
The great Jerry “Rello” Recco gave us his first update of the morning.
The NFL oddsmakers are also doing a lot of guessing as they put together the odd on who has the best chance to win the Super Bowl at the end of the season.
The NFL Players Association filed a lawsuit against the NFL on behalf of three players suspended in connection with the bounty investigation, calling Commissioner Roger Goodell “incurably and evidently biased.”
Quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees joined Craig via the hotline to talk about his whirlwind of an offseason.
The record-setting quarterback of the New Orleans Saints is eager to make football safer at all levels. So he’s teamed up with PACE, a program that provides free concussion testing for more than 3,300 middle and high schools and youth sports organizations.
A high-ranking senator is calling off a proposed hearing on bounties in professional sports because he is satisfied with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s response to the issue, including setting up an anonymous hotline.
The NFL Players Association wants to remove Roger Goodell from the process when four players file appeals of their suspensions for the New Orleans Saints’ bounty program.
New Orleans Saints linebacker and former New York Jet Jonathan Vilma has been suspended without pay for the entire 2012 season by the NFL, one of four players punished for participating in a pay-for-pain bounty system.
Parcells prefers to remain retired and not replace his protege and friend, Sean Payton, who will serve a season-long suspension for his role in New Orleans’ bounty system.