Saints coach Sean Payton issued a injury report on his team and himself in his media briefing on Thursday.
Payton said his recovery from the knee surgery and the broken tibia is ahead of schedule and he could return to the sideline after the Giants game (Nov. 28). He also said the Saints need to handle the turnover battle better in this rematch with the Bucs, and said the players know how important this game is to them and the season.
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Louisiana Voters Gave Jindal A Mandate
Thursday, 03 November 2011 09:41 Written by Jeffrey Sadow
Observers of the recently-conducted Louisiana state elections have wondered whether Gov. Bobby Jindal’s victory constitutes a mandate. Some have suggested, by pointing out that Jindal actually drew several thousand votes fewer than in his similar 2007 general election win, and that overall turnout for the contest was lower by about a fifth, that his win did not. Statistical analysis, however, proves otherwise.
Jindal Wins The Brass For Louiaiana Campaign Fundraising
Thursday, 03 November 2011 09:14 Written by Guest OpED
BATON ROUGE (CNS)—Gov. Bobby Jindal is at it again and this time it’s for really big bucks—as in solicitations of $100,000 a pop.
Let that sink in: he is asking for individual contributions of up to $100,000.
And just what does he want to do with that money? He wants at least $200,000 to finance the re-election of Chas Roemer to the BESE seat from Baton Rouge.
Tampa Bay's Success Could Be Up To Brees Interceptions
Thursday, 03 November 2011 08:01 Written by Ed Staton
Buccaneers coach Rasheen Morris expects to see a different Saints team on Sunday. The 5-3 Saints host the 4-3 Bucs. One of those wins were against the Saints the week after they had been clobbered by the 49’ers.
Morris said before the first New Orleans Saints-Tampa Bay Bucs game this season he expected Drew Brees to get more than 300 passing yards. In fact Brees got 383 to set an NFL record with his fourth straight game of 350 or more. He crossed the seven-yards-per-pass threshold against the Bucs but, importantly, was also picked off four times.
Jindal, Vitter, Landrieu Doing Louisiana Two-Step
Thursday, 03 November 2011 07:27 Written by Guest OpED
In my home state of Louisiana, voters are about to witness a high stakes political game of musical chairs on both the state and national level. This could lead to new faces in the top three Louisiana political offices. We just could be talking about U.S. Senator Bobby Jindal, Governor David Vitter, as well as new Washington lobbyist, Mary Landrieu. The political posturing for these future offices is already underway.
Saints's Ingram, Vilma, Did Not Practice Today For Tampa Bay Bucs Game
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 16:46 Written by Bayoubuzz Staff
Mark Ingram and Jonathan Vilma did not practice on Wednesday in preparation for the upcoming New Orleans Saints game against the Tampa Bay Bucaneers. Brian Price and Jeremy Zuttah did not practice for the Bucs. Frank Okam only saw limited practice.
Louisiana Business: Site Selection, SBIR, Cheniere, VoiceHit, SPCA
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 12:16 Written by Bayoubuzz Staff
VoiceHIT, a New Orleans-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) company, will host a private event in partnership with Isabel Healthcare, a leading diagnosis decision support and knowledge management provider, to preview VoiceHIT’s first product, Better Day EHR & Documentation Solution. The Better Day EHR combines speech-to-text, mobile devices and web-based technologies in novel ways to streamline clinical documentation and coding and improve care efficiency with the incorporation of the Isabel suite. The two companies will hold the private event for local and visiting physicians in New Orleans during the American Medical Association’s (AMA) Interim meeting on Saturday, November 12th, at the New Orleans BioInnovation Center.
New Orleans Halloween French Quarter Shooting Poll: Stopping Violence
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 11:21 Written by Stephen Sabludowsky
After a harrowing Halloween Night in New Orleans in which shootings and killings screamed out in the night making national news displaying more moments of madness, questions once again. How do we stop this senseless killing, the bleeding of this city, one especially so dependent upon tourism?
New Orleans Preservation Hall Endures At 50 with Mint Of A Gala, Exhibition
The Louisiana State Museum is launching a major exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of Preservation Hall. Preservation Hall at 50 will open at the U.S. Mint with a gala hosted by the Louisiana Museum Foundation on Friday Nov. 4. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Rebirth Brass Band will perform as part of the music-filled grand opening. Tickets are available through the Foundation at 504.558.0493. Preservation Hall at 50 will open to the public on Saturday, Nov. 5 at 10 a.m.
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