It was a vintage Edwin Edwards press conference at the Monteleone Hotel in New Orleans French Quarter.
Edwards, who spent the last years in life in federal prison, addressed the media Saturday for the first time since his release. In doing so, Edwards blamed the U.S. Judge for being unfair and suggested that certain witnesses who testified against him were the cause of his conviction earlier last decade.
Summary: Loomis announces New Orleans Saints comes to terms with Leigh Torrence, Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Roman Harper; Interview with Drew Brees; More on Reggie Bush.
Because he is 6-foot-34 and 350 pounds, Shaun Roger is often referred to as the giant tackle. He looks big and he is big.
"Big Baby" signed a one-year $4 million contract with the Saints after he was released in the offseason by the Browns. He was offered $6 million by another team, but wanted to play for a team with playoff chances and a winning tradition.
Rogers, 32, had been with only losing teams since being drafted by the Lions in the second round of the 2001 draft out of Texas.
Long shot GOP presidential candidate Buddy Roemer received a major boost last night by appearing as a guest on Comedy Central’s Colbert Report. The comedy show appeals to a younger audience and averages about 1.5 million viewers a night. This was certainly his most important media appearance in his young presidential campaign.
On July 21, Roemer officially announced his candidacy. He moved to New Hampshire and will be campaigning full time in the state with the first GOP presidential primary.
The U.S. is in crises with the growing possibility that the country will go into default.
There has been no shortage of blame as to how the country has gotten into the mess or how it is failing to get out of it.
President Barack Obama has been blamed for creating more debt in his short time in office than any other U.S. President.
Should he be blamed?
Chargers running back Darren Sproles will be joining the Saints as a Reggie Bush replacement.
Now, the question is, how does he fit into the New Orleans Saints’s backfield and does this move signal and end for any of the existing Saints players, such as Pierre Thomas?
New Orleans Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis announced today that the club has agreed to terms with rookie defensive end Greg Romeus, the Saints’ first selection in the seventh round of 2011 NFL Draft (226th overall).
According to various media reports, on the same day that Reggie Bush has become an unSaint lifting a bundle of money for New Orleans to play with against the cap, the Saints and offensive tackle, Jermon Bushrod have come to an agreement over an undisclosed two year contract.
The laws authorizing airline ticket taxes (and other aviation-related taxes like aviation fuel taxes and aviation freight taxes) expired at midnight on Friday, July 22, 2011. The reason: Congress did not approve a budget for the Federal Aviation Administration that would have reauthorized the “sales taxes” that cost consumers on average $25.00 per airline ticket.