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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Saints defensive end Will Smith says he's glad he got a chance to hear former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams testify at an appeals hearing in the bounties case.Share Tweet
New Orleans Saints defense improving despite losses: GraphicThe New Orleans Saints' past two losses have come during a time of improvement from the defense. The San Francisco game was the first meeting this season that the Saints allowed less than 400 yards. Thursday's Atlanta game was...Share Tweet
New Orleans Saints: Live updates from Joe Vitt's 2 p.m. press conferenceInterim coach addresses the media one day after devastating loss to FalconsShare Tweet
Can the New Orleans Saints recover from their latest loss to beat the New York Giants?The New Orleans Saints, coming off their second 10-point loss in five days following Thursday night's 23-13 setback against the Atlanta Falcons, have fallen to a disappointing 5-7. Although the playoffs appear to be a long shot, do the Saints...Share TweetAtlanta offense didn't need to do much with five Saints turnoversShare TweetESPN.com Nov 30, 2012Michael Jordan is open to changing the Charlotte name back to the Hornets if New Orleans gives up the name as planned.Share Tweet
Reflecting on the Falcons' victoryESPN.com Nov 30, 2012ATLANTA -- With some help from ESPN Stats & Information and the Falcons’ media relations department, let’s take a by-the-numbers look back at how Atlanta defeated the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night: The 23-13 victory put the Falcons only a TampaShare TweetGregg Williams is set to appear at bounties hearings.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 30, 2012When word first emerged of Sean Payton’s scuttled contract extension, the Saints were in the midst of a run of five wins in six games. So while it was viewed as important that the Saints find a way to keep Payton beyond the expiration of his full-seasShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 30, 2012Saints defensive lineman Brodrick Bunkley will be fined less for his obviously intentional kick than Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh was fined for his possibly accidental kick. The NFL has fined Bunkley $20,000 for kicking 49ers offensive lineman …Share TweetWith New Orleans trailing the Atlanta Falcons 17-7 in the closing stages of the first half Thursday night, the Saints blew a ripe opportunity to score points after driving inside the Falcons 5-yard line. With 45 seconds left to play in the half and no t…Share Tweet
Understanding the Newfound Rivalry Between the Saints and Falconsgrantland.com Nov 30, 2012A few days before Christmas 2006, having just arrived home in Atlanta for my break between college quarters, I was driving near the Georgia Dome when ...Share Tweet
Vilma Attends Bounty HearingNov 30Jonathan Vilma was present at Friday's appeals hearing, where former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was cross-examined by the players' lawyers for about four hours.
Key For Saints To Secure Sean PaytonNov 30Ed Werder says there is nothing more important for Mickey Loomis than signing Sean Payton.