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Saints bring back their long snapper

The Saints took care of one of their own free agents at a key position Tuesday. No, not that one. Via Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints re-signed long snapper Zach Wood to a one-year deal. Wood was about to be an exclusive-rights free agent (which means not really a free agent at all [more]

When will Saints and Drew Brees do their next deal?

It’s been more than four weeks since the Saints’ season ended. Exactly four weeks from today, the free-agency period opens. For now, Saints quarterback Drew Brees still has no contract. Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune takes a look at the situation, acknowledging the reality that, despite Brees’ repeated proclamations that he won’t leave [more]

Can Restaurants Stop Harassment Before It Starts?

From hiring decisions to bar layout, how proactive owners are trying to change industry norms In October 2017, the Times-Picayune gave voice to the women who worked at John Besh’s New Orleans restaurants, where “male co-workers and bosses...Show More Summary

1890: Three hangings in Louisiana

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From the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Jan. 18, 1890: CLINTON, La., Jan. 17. — [Special.] — At 1:15 this afternoon the witnesses summoned by the sheriff proceeded to the jailyard where the scaffold had been erected. A few minutes later Charles and Isaiah Dent were led from their cells and up the steps to the platform, […]

New Orleans Newspaper Has Epic Front Page After Saints’ Heartbreaking Loss to Vikings

New Orleans Saints fans did not take Sunday’s loss to the Minnesota Vikings very well. And neither did the city’s main newspaper, the Times-Picayune. As you have probably heard, maybe even from one of the three dozen posts published on this very website, the Vikings beat the Saints 29-24 in the Divisional Round of the […]

New Orleans Times-Picayune runs “Expletive. Expletive. Expletive.” front page headline after Saints’ loss

A local newspaper’s headline after a big win often receive a lot of national attention, but the headlines after a big loss are also often fascinating. The latest and greatest example along those lines comes from the New Orleans Times-Picayune...Show More Summary

New Orleans newspaper trolls Panthers with classic headline

The Panthers are looking for a new owner, but the Times-Picayune claims one has already been found

New Orleans newspaper burns Panthers after loss

The Times-Picayune is not messing around on this Monday.        

Saints place Garrett Griffin on injured reserve, re-sign John Phillips

The New Orleans Saints placed tight end Garrett Griffin on injured reserve on Wednesday and re-signed tight end John Phillips. According to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Griffin was dealing with a foot injury that led to his move to IR. Phillips had been waived by the Saints Friday ahead of the team’s [more]

Saints bringing Sterling Moore back, again

The Saints clearly like having Sterling Moore around. Either that or he just won’t go away. According to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints are signing the veteran cornerback for his third stint with the team this season. He opened the year on the active roster, was injured in Week Two, then was [more]

Cops: Veterinarian Shot Neighbor's Barking Dog

Louisiana veterinarian Kelly Folse's prescription for a barking dog next door was a bullet, police say. Folse, 35, was booked on aggravated cruelty to an animal Tuesday, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. She also faces charges of drug possession and illegal discharge of a firearm. Police say Folse shot Bruizer,...

Ken Crawley hopeful of playing Sunday

Ken Crawley still hurts, but the Saints cornerback expects to play Sunday, having returned to practice this week on a limited basis. “I’m not feeling better,” Crawley said, via Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. “It still kind of bothers me a little bit, but I’m just working. “It looks like I’m going to [more]

Saints bringing back cornerback Sterling Moore

The Saints are rolling, and playing suddenly acceptable defense. But they’re also suffering some hits, and bringing in reinforcements. According to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints are bringing back cornerback Sterling Moore. He was released in October, but they obviously feel like they need the depth there. Star rookie Marshon Lattimore [more]

LOUISIANA: AG Jeff Landry Wins Court Battle To Block Workplace Protections For LGBT State Employees

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The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports: Gov. John Bel Edwards cannot protect the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people working for state government from discrimination, harassment and firing, Louisiana’s First Circuit Court of Appeal ruled Wednesday (Nov. Show More Summary

John Besh Steps Down from Restaurant Group Following Sexual Harassment Allegations

25 women accused the restaurants of creating a culture that allowed harassment and assault John Besh has stepped down from Besh Restaurant Group, the New Orleans Advocate reports, two days after the Times-Picayune reported that BRG fostered a culture that encouraged sexual harassment and assault. Show More Summary

Alon Shaya Says Besh Restaurant Group Fired Him for Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment Allegations

25 women have alleged sexual harassment in Besh’s restaurants On Saturday, the Times-Picayune broke the news that New Orleans chef John Besh and his partner Octavio Mantilla fostered a culture that encouraged sexual harassment at Besh Restaurant Group restaurants. Show More Summary

Saints special teamer Nate Stupar reportedly tears ACL

Saints linebacker Nate Stupar tore an anterior cruciate ligament Sunday, according to Herbie Teope? of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. The team will place Stupar on season-ending injured reserve. Stupar was hurt while covering a punt in the Saints’ victory over the Lions. A seventh-round pick of the Raiders in 2012, Stupar also has spent time [more]

Saints re-signing John Hughes

The Saints are re-signing defensive tackle John Hughes on Monday, according to Josh Katzenstein? of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Hughes spent training camp with the Saints and re-signed with the team during the Saints’ bye week. The Saints cut him last week because of a need for offensive line depth. They signed offensive tackle Bryce [more]

Saints sign Bryce Harris yet again

The Saints signed veteran offensive tackle Bryce Harris for the fourth time since September, via Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. The team has injuries along with offensive line with tackle Terron Armstead (shoulder) and guard Andrus Peat (hip) listed as questionable. Armstead, the starting left tackle, has spent the start of the season [more]

Saints cornerback Sterling Moore suffers pectoral injury

This is exactly what the Saints don’t need, an injury to a member of the league’s worst defense. According to Josh Katzenstein of the of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Saints cornerback Sterling Moore suffered a pectoral injury during Sunday’s loss to the Patriots. He’s in the process of getting additional opinions on the injury now, [more]

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