New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and General Manager Mickey Loomis apologized today for the bounty system under which players were paid bonuses to injure members of opposing teams.
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma sued National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell for defamation in federal court in New Orleans.
The New Orleans Saints designated quarterback Drew Brees as their exclusive-rights franchise player, guaranteeing he will be calling the plays in 2012, General Manager Mickey Loomis said.
Former All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss will work out today for the New Orleans Saints as he tries to return to football, according to Fox Sports.
Jonathan Vilma, the New Orleans Saints player facing a potential full-season National Football League suspension for his alleged role in a plot to intentionally injure opponents, asked a U.S. judge to cancel that punishment.
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