New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis views busy offseason a success
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Mar 24, 2014
New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis likes how this offseason has turned out for the team. Orlando, Fla. New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis wouldn't deem this offseason as "perfect" so far, but he's pleased with the overall scope of the franchise as the NFL owners meetings opened Monday morning. The Saints have had to part with a number of veterans this offseason, but General Manager Mickey Loomis seems to be concerned with one in particular. Ultimately, Loomis said he had to make the best decision for the Saints. "Anytime you're in a good place and you've had success, which he's had with us, it's definitely painful to have the team say, 'We don't want you anymore,'" Loomis said. Loomis wanted to stress to fans that training camp will also be held at the team's facility after the Saints return home from West Virginia and the team will conduct open practice sessions in both venues. Wide receiver Kenny Stills catches a touchdown in front of cornerback Corey White during morning practice at Saints headquarters in Metairie on Wednesday, August 7, 2013. Orlando, Fla. The news of the New Orleans Saints taking part of their training camp to the mountains of West Virginia may have seemed like it happened overnight. That's not the case at all. for nearly three years as he yearned for the team to hit the road for training camp once again after being planted mostly at the team's facility in Metairie since 2009.
Saints G.M. hopes Sproles deal doesn’t come back to haunt him
The Saints have had to part with a number of veterans this offseason, but General Manager Mickey Loomis seems to be concerned with one in particular. Loomis said he was concerned about the possibility that his trading running back Darren Sproles within …