Ed Reed and other injured Houston Texans players are recovering at just the right moment, which is bad news for the rest of the AFC South. What else did we learn from Sunday’s two preseason games?
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton told reporters Wednesday that the team has released offensive tackle Jason Smith, whose star-crossed NFL career hasn’t lived up to his draft billing.
In the wake of Joe Morgan’s ACL tear, the New Orleans Saints decided to sign two veteran wide receivers: Steve Breaston and Patrick Crayton. Those players didn’t last long.
Seneca Wallace is out of work again. The New Orleans Saints released the veteran quarterback Monday, leaving Luke McCown as the obvious choice to back up Drew Brees.
Linebacker Jonathan Vilma has opted for arthroscopic knee surgery after seeking a second opinion, Ian Rapoport reported. Rob Ryan could use Vilma’s experience and toughness on a unit battered by injuries.
Patrick Crayton ended a one-year NFL hiatus Monday, signing a contract with the New Orleans Saints. Crayton reunited with Saints coach Sean Payton, for whom he played on the Dallas Cowboys.
Alex Smith led the Kansas City Chiefs for the opening score on his only series, but the Chiefs sputtered after that in a 17-13 loss to the New Orleans Saints in the preseason opener for both teams Friday night.
Miami Dolphins third-string quarterback Pat Devlin passed for 259 yards in a 24-21 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Thursday.
Faced with a gaping hole at outside linebacker following the season-ending injury to Will Smith, the New Orleans Saints landed Parys Haralson in a trade with the San Francisco 49ers on Monday.