The Saints have fired two team orthopedists after a misdiagnosis of an injury to Saints cornerback Delvin Breaux. The injury was diagnosed as a contusion. After a visit to a specialist, Breaux was found to have a fractured fibula. The Saints will now search for new orthopedists. The team will practice against Los Angeles Chargers Thursday and Friday, and play a preseason game against the Chargers Sunday night in Carson, California. Payton said the Saints will use the orthopedic staff of the Chargers.
He’s Mississippi high school’s all-time leader in total offense, passing yards, and touchdown passes. But, Myles Brennan’s biggest headline may have come this fall at LSU, before he has taken his first college snap. Brennan, according to head coach Ed Orgeron, has taken snaps with the first unit this fall, despite not arriving on campus until June. Tuesday, Brennan was praised by two Tigers. Defensive tackle Greg Gilmore cited his quick release.
NEW ORLEANS, LA - NOVEMBER 01: Delvin Breaux #40 of the New Orleans Saints reacts after an incomplete pass agains the New York Giants at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on November 1, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) × Trade Bait?
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Selecting a term
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