Saints punter Thomas Morstead raised $221,143 for the child life program at Children's Minnesota last week, all thanks to a spontaneous outpouring of support from Vikings fans who appreciated his sportsmanship and toughness in the playoff loss to Minnesota.But Morstead hasn't stopped there. At the urging of Children's Minnesota, Morstead shifted his campaign at the end of last week, focusing now on raising money for Louisiana child life.
The New Orleans Saints have been searching for an heir for a while now.They took Garrett Grayson in the third round of the 2015 NFL draft; hosted Jared Goff and Paxton Lynch on visits in 2016; and they targeted Patrick Mahomes last spring until Marshon Lattimore dropped and Kansas City leapfrogged the Saints for Mahomes' services.So fat, the Saints have come up empty.Not that it has mattered.
From the impending free agencies of Drew Brees and Chase Daniel to the ongoing search for Brees' eventual successor in the draft, the quarterback position will draw plenty of attention this offseason in New Orleans.And all the while, an unknown commodity will be hard at work, preparing for his first real chance to show the Saints what he can do under center.
Senior Bowl director Phil Savage really likes the tight end group playing in Mobile this week. South Dakota State's Dallas Goedert, Penn State's Mike Gesicki, Wisconsin's Troy Fumagalli, Indiana's Ian Thomas among the highlights
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Selecting a term
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