Drew Brees could be done with the Saints if they fail to make the playoffs in 2017. Source: Nola.comIn this edition of FFF, we focus on the Black and Gold's win-now mentality, and where to get a meal around Saints camp. This 7-9 business won't work again on Airline Drive. You finish with that mark four years in a row, and Drew Brees will be gone after the 2017 season. Vegas has the Saints over/under on wins at 8, so the bettors think they'll stay close to that 7-9 record.
Yesterday, the Saints announced linebacker Dannell Ellerbe was headed to the PUP list. Today, it's being reported Ellerbe is going to the injured reserve list with a foot injury. That's according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Our own Sean Fazende confirmed the report this afternoon. Once healthy, the Saints will release the much-injured Ellerbe. Ellerbe missed time during minicamp with a foot injury. In two years with the Saints, Ellerbe only played in 15 contest.
Over 86,000 fans packed old Tulane Stadium in 1973 ready to see one thing, a Tulane victory over LSU for the first time since 1948. On this night, a seminal moment in Green Wave history, Tulane shutout the Orange Bowl-bound Tigers 14-0. "The celebration on the field was incredible. How we felt in the stands after all those years. My dad, who was a terrific Tulane fan, told me someday it's going to happen. Well he had passed away long since, and so that night I was pretty much thinking about him.
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Selecting a term
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