After the Saints had lost their first three games, I wrote a column titled "Beware when the Saints start playing for pride." Ladies and Gentlemen, I have the sad duty to report that after Sunday's 52-27 butt-kicking by the defending world champions, for the rest of the season our local heroes will be playing for pride.
I am torn when reading stories like the tragic murder-suicide of Kansas City Chiefs'' player Jovan Belcher. My first reaction is sadness that such a thing can occur at all, no matter who is involved. But my emotions move to resentment that a real-world event has invaded our little sanctum sanctorum that sports provides us.
I always enjoy getting away from the realities of sports to watch my daughter compete in horse shows.
San Francisco 49ers win reminded New Orleans Saints of WereDat’s
It started out as a father's way of getting his 16-year-old son motivated, but it ended on Thanksgiving Day with so much more.
People who assume I have inside knowledge about the New Orleans Saints ask me all the time why the team can't get a contract done with their head coach.
Saturday in the Southeastern Conference was a day unlike many other in the storied history of the gulf south football trust.
Jim Mora is revered in New Orleans as the head coach who brought the Saints into the realm of respectability, but mentioning his name outside of black-and-gold boundaries elicits a very different response.
The 8-0 Falcons are coming to the Mercedes Benzon Superdome Sunday in a game that could turn the season around or forever doom it for our local heroes.
Okay, so you have heard that various sources "confirmed" Sunday that the league voided Sean Payton's contract extension, which the Saints offered in 2011, because of concerns about certain language within.