If you thought you were having a bad day, just be grateful that you're not New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis. Loomis is already suspended for the first eight games of the season for his role in that whole BountyGate scandal, but that is so 2011. Check out this whole new mess looming over Loomis now, as reported earlier today by ESPN. According to an unnamed source with knowledge of the Saints' game-day operations, Loomis had a radio receiver in his Superdome press box re-wired so that he could listen to the opposing coaching staff during the Saints' home games.
We all knew the NFL was enraged with the New Orleans Saints and their handing out bounties to their players for injuring other players. Coach Sean Payton was suspended for one season. GM Mickey Loomis was suspended eight games and i... Read Post
Bountygate was bad enough. The New Orleans Saints tried to appeal after the whole country knew they were guilty. Now, ESPN's Outside the Lines has reported that general manager Mickey Loomis used an electronic device to tap into wha... Read Post
When New Orleans Saints' executive vice president and general manager Mickey Loomis was suspended for the first eight games of the 2012 NFL regular season because of his alleged involvement in the team's bounty scandal (h/t Pro Foot... Read Post