Category: WWL in New Orleans

Drew Brees Believes The Saints Can Create A Legacy Of Winning Multiple Super Bowls And Is Excited To Have Sean Payton Back

Friday, January 25th, 2013

This past Tuesday the NFL reinstated Sean Payton to his full time duties as head coach of the New Orleans Saints. Payton has served his time after admitting his role in the team's pay-for-performance program. Drew Brees believes the Saints have the ability to turn things around quickly next season. The ...

Drew Brees Harbors Zero Doubt that Sean Payton Will Coach in New Orleans Next Year

Friday, December 21st, 2012

It's been a disappointing season for the New Orleans Saints following the fallout of the bounty scandal. New Orleans has struggled to maintain consistency and the defense has been spotty at best. For a team that sits at 6-8, the Saints are looking to finish strong and also play spoiler. ...

Riding A Three-Game Winning Streak, Drew Brees Praises Saints For Playing ‘Complementary Football’

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

The New Orleans Saints may have started out the season with the odds stacked against them thanks to the fallout of the bounty gate scandal, but this team is hitting its stride at the right time of year. New Orleans started out the season at 0-4 and has bounced back ...

Coming Off A Bye Week Drew Brees And The New Orleans Saints Look To Rescue Their Season

Friday, October 19th, 2012

In the last six years, the New Orleans Saints are 6-6 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Currently, the Saints are 1-4 with their first win coming against the San Diego Chargers two weeks ago. New Orleans is coming off a bye week and it may have come at the perfect time ...

Drew Brees On Playing The Panthers: “We know the steps that need to be taken. We know what a big game this is.”

Friday, September 14th, 2012

The New Orleans Saints came into the 2012 season with mixed expectations given the turnout of the bounty scandal that rocked the organization. Sean Payton will not be coaching the team this year after getting suspended for his role in the bounty scandal and you have to wonder what kind ...

New Orleans Owner Tom Benson Says Sean Payton Will Be the Motivation to Get the Saints to the Super Bowl

Tuesday, July 31st, 2012

The New Orleans Saints are about to embark on a very difficult season. As they opened up training camp, one key person was missing from the practice field, suspended head coach Sean Payton. The mastermind of the Saints offense was suspended by the entire season for his alleged role in ...

Malcolm Jenkins: “We are not going to use everything that has happened as an excuse. Our expectations are still to win.”

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

The New Orleans Saints are now in the process of moving on from the bounty gate scandal as the NFL’s league office has upheld the decision to suspend Sean Payton, Gregg Williams and Mickey Loomis. Here at SRI we've brought you commentary from every angle, including from former players and ...

Darren Sharper on Former Teammates Facing Potential Suspensions For Roles in Bounty Scandal: “I don’t feel as though any penalties are warranted.”

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

The NFL's league office has yet to rule on any penalties regarding current players who were involved in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. Darren Sharper, a key defender, on the Saints’ 2009 Super Bowl championship team was angry that someone leaked word of a bounty program. The playmaking safety then ...

Saints vs. Giants: Fresh off Bye Week, Drew Brees and New Orleans Eager for Monday Night Football Clash with New York

Monday, November 28th, 2011

The Week 12 edition of Monday Night Football features an NFC matchup with huge playoff implications as the 2011 NFL season moves ever closer to the month of December. The New Orleans Saints come in with a record of 7-3, leaders of the NFC South, while the New York Giants ...

Sean Payton on the New Orleans Saints 62-7 thrashing of the Indianapolis Colts: “You just don’t see scores like that very often.”

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Sean Payton may have been forced off the sidelines and into the coaches box upstairs with his broken leg and torn knee ligament, but that hardly mattered for the New Orleans Saints in their Sunday Night Football matchup with the Indianapolis Colts. Drew Brees was 31-of-35, completing 89 percent of ...