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Les Miles will reportedly be out at LSU before their bowl game, despite hefty $15 million buyout

Saturday's game against Texas A&M will be Les Miles' last as head coach at LSU, according to sources for Jim Kleinpeter of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. The sources are members of the Tiger Gridiron Club where Miles spoke on Friday. Show More Summary

Les Miles reportedly indicates Saturday’s game will be his last with LSU

LSU Coach Les Miles has insinuated that his last game with the team will be Saturday when the Tigers play Texas A&M, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Miles didn’t outright say it was his last game, according to the paper, which spoke to two sources who attended the Tigers Gridiron Club meeting where Miles […]

Saints put Keenan Lewis on season-ending IR

It’s been a struggle for Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis to stay on the field this year, and the team couldn’t keep waiting. Via Evan Woodbery of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints placed Lewis on season-ending injured reserve, and filled his roster spot with veteran Chris Owens. Lewis had a sports hernia, and the surgery cost him the…

LSU donors reportedly want to replace Les Miles with Jimbo Fisher

Miles's time at LSU "may be coming to an end," a report says. Les Miles's 11-year run as the head coach at LSU "may be coming to an end," reports James Smith of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Smith cites a "highly ranked source involved...Show More Summary

Saints bring in some linebacker depth, sign James Anderson

The Saints have been banged up at linebacker, so they went and found some veteran help. Via Katherine Terrell of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have signed veteran linebacker James Anderson. Anderson’s a 10-year vet who began his career with the Panthers, so he’s a guy they’re familiar with. Anderson’s versatile enough to play…

Saints missing several defensive standouts against Titans

The Saints are going to have to play a Marcus Mariota-led Titans team this weekend, and they’re going to have to do it without a number of defensive contributors. According to Evan Woodberry of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have already ruled out linebackers Dannell Ellerbe, Hau’oli Kikaha and Ramon Humber and cornerback Damian Swann, along…

Catholic school teacher busted after showing student picture of naked man instead of himself as Santa

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A Catholic school student who was simply hoping to see a picture of her catechism teacher in a Santa Claus costume, but she ended up seeing a picture of a nude man instead, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Daryle Rodriguez, 71, was arrested after allegedly showing the fourth grader the...

Saints bringing back Jo-Lonn Dunbar

The Saints are reuniting with veteran linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reported. Dunbar, 30, played for the Saints from 2008-11. The Saints are desperate for linebacker help with David Hawthorne and Dannell Ellerbe battling injuries. The Rams signed Dunbar before the 2012 season, and he played in St. Louis the last three seasons…

Saints sign offensive lineman Ryan Seymour

The Saints needed some line depth, so offered a chance to a guy coming off a suspension. According to Evan Woodberry of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have signed former Browns offensive lineman Ryan Seymour. Seymour has experience at both guard and center, and the Saints are thin there with Tim Lelito missing last…

Cameron Jordan won’t face charges from bar incident

Saints defensive lineman Cameron Jordan had a solid performance against the Falcons on Thursday night. The next day, he got some even better news. Via Jonathan Bullington of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Jordan won’t face charges arising from a Labor Day weekend incident in the city’s Warehouse District. According to the police report, Jordan allegedly swatted…

A Horrible Week for Newspapers

For those who love newspapers, this has been a horrible week. The New Orleans Times-Picayune, which had already cut back its daily print run to three days a week, announced layoffs of an additional three dozen editorial side employees. The...Show More Summary

New Orleans Legend Willie Mae Seaton Has Died at 99

R.I.P. Some sad news. The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports Willie Mae Seaton, owner (and namesake) of the beloved New Orleans restaurant Willie Mae's Scotch House, died this past Friday, September 18, at the age of 99. A former beautician...Show More Summary

Layoffs hit the Times-Picayune and NOLA Media Group

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire Twenty-nine full-time newsroom positions are being cut at NOLA Media Group, which operates the New Orleans Times-Picayune and, the company announced Thursday. The cuts are part of an ongoing consolidation strategy implemented...Show More Summary

A Vanished New Orleans Captured on “Straight from the Projects”

The bar at 3901 Thalia Street first appeared in the New Orleans Times-Picayune in 1933. Its liquor license had been revoked for allowing patrons to imbibe on premises permitted solely for the sale of beer in “unbroken packages.” Housed...Show More Summary

Police investigating Saints’ Cam Jordan for allegedly fighting in bar after slapping woman’s butt

3 months agoSports : The Early Lead

Saints defensive end Cam Jordan is facing a police investigation for allegedly getting into a scuffle at a New Orleans nightclub early Sunday morning, police confirmed to the Times-Picayune on Tuesday evening. A police spokesman said the scuffle was with another man but did not give any other teammates. Sources at the scene at the Republic nightclub, however, […]

Angler Gets Second Chance at Fish of a Lifetime

Photograph via The Times-Picayune   Mike Laviolette, an angler from the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana, makes it a daily ritual to fish one or more of the lagoons at City Park. According to The Times-Picayune, in late August, Laviolette...Show More Summary

Longtime Times-Picayune editor Jim Amoss steps down

3 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

The Times-Picayune Jim Amoss, the veteran journalist who steered the New Orleans Times-Picayune through its coverage of Hurricane Katrina and an adversarial business environment, is stepping down from the editor’s job after 25 years. He will be replaced by Mark Lorando, the state and metro editor of the Times-Picayune and its associated website, Updating now… Read more

Saints trade wideout Jalen Saunders to the Patriots

The Patriots continue to look under every rock for healthy receiver options, and just traded for a guy they got an up-close look at recently. According to Evan Woodbery of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have traded receiver-return man Jalen Saunders to the Patriots for a conditional draft pick. As with most such deals this time of…

MSNBC's Trymaine Lee Returns To New Orleans For Katrina-Anniversary Coverage

Trymaine Lee, who covered Hurricane Katrina and its failed-levee aftermath for the Times-Picayune before moving on to posts at The New York Times and Huffington Post, will be MSNBC's correspondent here for the anniversary weekend. His reports are expected to begin Thursday (Aug. Show More Summary

New Orleans Pelicans Rumors: Bryce DeJean-Jones Agrees To Three-Year Contract, Norris Cole Next To Sign?

The New Orleans Pelicans have spent most of the summer with just three guards on their roster but that has recently changed. The Times-Picayune reported that the Pelicans have signed undrafted rookie free agent Bryce Dejean-Jones to a three-year partially guaranteed contract. Show More Summary

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