The Saints are the team taking the most advantage from the lockout than any other team. The Saints are winning by a landslide.
Drew Brees and Jonathan Vilma are leading the play-organized workouts at Tulane. These veterans are like coaches on the field.
At the very time that the Jindal administration is pushing hard to privatize the Office of Group Benefits due to the current budget crises , the head of the state employee health insurance program is quitting after two months on the job. Scott Kipper had replaced the previous CEO, Tommy Teague.
Who is the Saints' leading slot receiver?
Not Reggie Bush, Lance Moore or Pierre Thomas, but wide receiver Marques Colston.
We're talking yardage, touchdowns and catches (only players who lined up in the slot at least 100 times qualified for league slot leaders). Bush and Thomas because of injuries didn't line up at the slot often enough to be considered.
The 2011 Saints are rated No. 2 in NFL organizational rankings, behind only Super Bowl champion Green Bay,
Adam Scheim ranks the teams annually for Foxsports.com and this is the third year he has ranked the franchises. The Patriots, ranked No. 1 in 2009 and 2010, have been knocked off the top spot.
The Louisiana Legislature is exerting its independence this session by marching to its own drum. House Speaker Jim Tucker (R) is leading the way and members of the House are following along. Across the hall Senate President Joel Chaisson, a Democrat, appears to be more allied with Governor Jindal (R) than Republicans in the House of Representatives.
In 2004, lying philanderer John Edwards was almost elected Vice President of the United States. In 2008, he ran for President while simultaneously hiding an affair with a campaign worker. He was conducting this sordid relationship while his wife was dying of cancer. After her illness was disclosed, he decided to continue with his campaign and the affair. When confronted with evidence of a love child, Edwards continued his lying ways. His actions were not only despicable, but most probably illegal for Edwards is accused of funneling $925,000 in payments to care for his mistress and their baby. Today, a federal grand jury in Raleigh North Carolina issued a six count indictment against Edwards, including four counts of illegal campaign contributions, conspiracy and one count of false statements.