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Mark Ingram gets workout in with Lane Kiffin at Florida Atlantic

Saints running back Mark Ingram is on his own for two more weeks, while he serves his four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing substances. And without a pro team to practice with, he tapped into his college roots to keep himself ready. According to Chris Low of ESPN, the former Alabama running [more]

Andy Levitre placed on IR with triceps injury

The Falcons entered the season as the healthiest team in the NFL, but they are among the unluckiest since the season started. Atlanta has lost its third starter for the season. Further tests on left guard Andy Levitre‘s injured triceps revealed bad news, and the Falcons placed him on injured reserve, the team announced Tuesday. [more]

Saints bringing back defensive tackle Jay Bromley

After releasing him during final roster cuts, the New Orleans Saints are seeking a reunion with veteran defensive tackle Jay Bromley. According to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Newtork, Bromley is flying to New Orleans to re-sign the team he spent the offseason with. Bromley signed with the Saints in May and appeared in all [more]

Dan Quinn says Devonta Freeman is day to day

Falcons running back Devonta Freeman did not play in Sunday’s victory over the Panthers because of the knee injury he suffered in the season opener and a report over the weekend indicated that he’d be out 2-4 weeks before being ready to return. Falcons head coach Dan Quinn was asked about that timeline during a [more]

Michael Thomas sets record for most catches in first two games

The Saints eked out a victory over the Browns on Sunday to even their record to 1-1 on the year and wide receiver Michael Thomas had a big role in that effort. Thomas caught two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help the Saints erase a 12-3 deficit and put the team in position for [more]

Browns’ kicker melts down as Saints win a wild one

It wasn’t easy, but the Saints managed to stave off what would have been an ugly home upset at the hands of the Browns. Cleveland took a 6-3 lead into halftime and extended it to 12-3 in the third quarter. But the Saints benefited from the Browns’ kicking woes and managed a come-from-behind 21-18 victory. [more]

Browns threatening to pull a big upset in New Orleans

The Cleveland Browns are on the way to a big upset in New Orleans. Cleveland, a nine-point underdog, is now leading by nine points, 12-3 in the third quarter. The Browns’ defense has held the Saints’ offense largely in check, and Carlos Hyde ran for the game’s first touchdown in the third quarter to extend [more]

Week Two early inactives

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Dolphins at Jets Dolphins: QB Luke Falk, QB David Fales, WR DeVante Parker, CB Cordrea [more]

Josh Gordon ruled out with hamstring injury

After missing all of training camp for personal reasons, Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon managed to play just one game before missing time for injury reasons. The Browns have announced that Gordon has a hamstring injury and will not play tomorrow against the Saints. Hamstring injuries are a common concern for players who miss training [more]

David Onyemata fined $40,108 for two roughing penalties

The NFL has fined Saints defensive lineman David Onyemata $40,108 for two roughing the passer penalties, Josh Katzenstein of the Times-Picayune reports. Onyemata made $39,375 in salary last week. But Onyemata can get the fine reduced on appeal since it represents more than 25 percent of his weekly pay. Referee John Parry penalized the Saints [more]

Week Two injury report roundup

Week Two of the 2018 NFL season kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Bengals and it continues with 14 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely [more]

Gregg Williams: Sean Payton and I are friends for life

Saints coach Sean Payton said this week that he has a “great relationship” with Browns defensive coordinator Gregg Williams, who held the same job on Payton’s staff in New Orleans from 2009-2011 and will be in New Orleans this Sunday. Williams’ departure was followed by the NFL handing out suspensions to both coaches after their [more]

Baker Mayfield appreciates Drew Brees’ compliment, working to live up to it

One compliment deserves another. A day after Drew Brees surmised that Baker Mayfield “can be a lot better” than the Saints quarterback, the Browns rookie threw a bouquet back at Brees. Mayfield called Brees one of the greatest of all time. The players share the same hometown, with both having grown up in Austin, Texas. [more]

Drew Brees says Baker Mayfield “can be a lot better than me”

Drew Brees will likely become the NFL’s all-time leading passer before the end of the 2018 season. He’s also within striking distance of Peyton Manning’s record passing touchdowns record as well. So when Brees said on Wednesday that he believes Cleveland Browns rookie Baker Mayfield could be better than him, it stands as pretty lofty [more]

Sean Payton prepares to welcome Gregg Williams back to New Orleans

Saints coach Sean Payton and former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams will reunite on Sunday, when Williams brings the Browns defense to New Orleans. On Wednesday, reporters covering the Browns asked Payton at the tail end of a conference call about the renewal of a rivalry that saw Payton hang 49 points on Williams the [more]

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