Saints 2014 Offseason Thread
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Posted by Chad504boy on 1/17 at 8:00 pm to RaginCajunsULL
Feb. 17: First day for clubs to designate franchise or transition Players.

Feb. 19-25: Combine, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis

March 8-11: Clubs are permitted to contact, and enter into contract negotiations with, the certified agents of players who will become unrestricted free agents upon the expiration of their 2013 player contracts at 4 p.m. ET on March 11. However, a contract cannot be executed with a new club until 4 p.m. ET on March 11.

March 11: New league year, free agency begins

March 11: Before 4 p.m. ET, clubs must exercise options for 2014 on all players who have option clauses in their 2013 contracts.

March 11: Before 4 p.m. ET, clubs must submit qualifying offers to their restricted free agents with expiring contracts.

March 11: Before 4 p.m. ET, clubs must submit a minimum salary tender to retain exclusive negotiating rights to their players with expiring 2013 contracts and who have fewer than three accrued Seasons of free agency credit.

March 11: All clubs must be under the 2014 salary cap before 4 p.m. ET.

March 23-26: Owners meeting, Orlando, Fla.

April 7: Clubs that hired a new head coach after the end of the 2013 regular season may begin off-season workout programs.

April 21: Clubs with returning head coaches may begin off-season workout programs.

May 2: Deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets.

May 7: Deadline for prior club to exercise right of first refusal to restricted free agents.

May 8-10: NFL draft, New York, Radio City Music Hall. First round begins at 8 p.m. ET.



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Posted by goatmilker on 1/17 at 10:14 pm to Chad504boy
stickeeey

Do bad things happen when you stikey a stikey in thread?


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Posted by Chad504boy on 1/17 at 10:32 pm to goatmilker
Bad things should happen to OP's whose stickies blow chunks of elephant barf


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Posted by seibert23 on 1/18 at 12:32 am to RaginCajunsULL
S.Graham: possibly resign, bring to camp to compete

J.Graham: No way he's going anywhere, sure he might not be the most physical TE out there but still damn good. Plus, security blanket for Brees at times.

Strief: resign for right amount, may be time for a previous draft choices to step up (A. Tiller, M. Jones). Or possibly resign Charles to take Strief's place.

DLP: I think a must sign here. Knows the system, familiar with the two guys next to him....Some say "he played horrible!" let me remind you horrible; SAINTS SIGN OLIN KREUTZ.

Meach: Let go

Brown: See Strief

McCown: Let go... Time for Griffin to be our #2, high hopes for this kid.

Collins: Resign, love watching him plow into ppl. Underrated

Morgan: Resign, shouldn't cost much. Young and fast possibly our future field stretcher



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Posted by seibert23 on 1/18 at 12:52 am to RaginCajunsULL
Jenkins: Resign but only if he understands he can easily be replaced and takes paycut. He can really decent at times but the simple poor angles and lack of awareness at times overshine that.

Haralson: Must resign! Enjoyed watching him play. Holds his own against opponent and sheds blocks. Understood how to contain the edges.

Vilma: Let go

Herring: God awful...Think we should have kept the UDFA LB from Stanford OR M. Wilson instead of Herring.

Humber: Resign for right price... Decent backup when we needed him, a little bit of speed with a little thump to him.

Dawson: Def wouldn't mind keeping but I could see them letting him go. he got pressure on opponent while he played, pretty quick for LB.

Coleman: let go

Pugh: Don't know anything about the man... Let go

T. Johnson: gone. I think since the emergence of walker and foster, he became replacable. Hell get picked up quickly though.

R. Bush: MUST resign. Probably the 3rd most important resign for us. Physical, got a little speed to him, lays the wood (Harvin smash anyone?? I LOVED IT) but can't catch... HELL if you're a Saints Safety you can't catch, bless their hearts :) Vaccaro, Bush, Jenkins( or S draft pick in 2nd or 3rd) in our 4-2-5 or 3-3-5 sets would be awesome.

Sorry for the length... Had some extra time on my hands



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Posted by D011ahbi11 on 1/18 at 3:32 pm to RaginCajunsULL
The NFLPA Bowl comes on Espn2 at 5 central. If you want to check out some potential draft picks or UDFA's.


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Posted by 4thandinches on 1/20 at 12:43 pm to RaginCajunsULL
I can't agree with taking an OLB/DE in the 1st rd. We need playmakers on offense.


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Posted by 4thandinches on 1/20 at 12:45 pm to seibert23
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Herring: God awful...Think we should have kept the UDFA LB from Stanford OR M. Wilson instead of Herring.


How can you say that? You've never seen the Stanford LB play @ a NFL level and Wilson was cut due to lack of production. I agree Herring isn't that good, but trust me, there's worse.

quote:

Coleman: let go


Once again, you haven't seen him play in Black and Gold. That's like saying cut Butler. Which would be insanely stupid.


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Posted by Chad504boy on 1/20 at 12:47 pm to 4thandinches
Herring stuck for ST


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Posted by seibert23 on 1/20 at 1:01 pm to 4thandinches
Coleman is what...34? Maybe 35?
Butler is 26 or 27?

Butler has a future, Coleman is most likely at his decline if not already past. 35 yrs old playing DT, I think the roster spot alone would be worth inserting a younger FA or by draft.



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Posted by goatmilker on 1/20 at 1:10 pm to seibert23
Unless Coleman wishes to retire I would bet they would invite him to camp and at least give him another shot. Would seem to be a very long shot to make the roster.


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Posted by Kcrad on 1/21 at 7:01 pm to RaginCajunsULL
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New Orleans Saints earned NFL’s best local TV market rating for the 2013 regular season
The New Orleans Saints registered the highest local TV market rating of all NFL cities during the 2013 regular season, according to the SportsBusiness Daily.
New Orleans earned a household rating of 52.0, which means 52.0 percent of all homes in the market were tuned in during Saints games. The rating is 14 percent higher than the team’s 2012 rating, 8.5 percent higher than the next best team and 23.5 points higher than the NFL's 2013 average.


That is quite impressive.

Can we get our draft choice back now,
Roger?



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Posted by seibert23 on 1/22 at 6:30 am to Kcrad
Great find Kcrad. Just proves our beloved Saints mean more to us than most teams mean to their fans. Feels good to be a part of the top viewed NFL team. We gotta keep increasing every yr!!

WHO DAT!!



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Posted by blueslover on 1/22 at 4:27 pm to seibert23
but to understand who tv markets to remember that sumpin like a New York team with a sub10% market share is still more eyeballs than NOLA at 50%+


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Posted by L.A. on 1/25 at 7:14 pm to seibert23
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Just proves our beloved Saints mean more to us than most teams mean to their fans. Feels good to be a part of the top viewed NFL team.
And it's not just local viewership. I was born and raised in New Orleans, but have lived in Los Angeles since 1993. I buy the NFL Ticket on Direct TV every year just so I can watch all the Saints games.



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Posted by seibert23 on 1/25 at 7:27 pm to L.A.
We have WHO DATS scattered all over! I'm a electrical contractor for a Japanese Chemical plant and all they talk about is the Saints. They claim they never miss a game (unless they're working). They're not too fond of LSU though, mostly Saints. I've been trying for 2yrs to get them to translate "who dat" in Japanese but it can't be done properly according to them.

WHO DAT!!



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Posted by L.A. on 1/25 at 7:49 pm to seibert23
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I've been trying for 2yrs to get them to translate "who dat" in Japanese but it can't be done properly according to them.
Who dat is tough to translate for someone who didnt grow up in New Orleans. A few months back I was playing golf at my club, wearing my Saints 'Who Dat' cap as always. An older, disntinguished gentleman walks up to me at the tee and says, "Excuse me. Are you a Saints fan?" I said yes, I am. He said, "I thought so. I could see that you were wearing a 'who did that' hat."

"Who did that!" Doesn't quite have the same ring.



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Posted by Rand AlThor on 1/30 at 8:25 pm to L.A.
So.. My Madden Franchise just finished the 2015 season, and Armstead won offensive lineman of the year for the NFC. He is 95 overall ranking.

Sign of things to come? I think so.



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Posted by 4thandinches on 1/31 at 11:58 am to Rand AlThor
So what you're saying is, you actually played a Madden Franchise through 2015?


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Posted by Rand AlThor on 1/31 at 12:10 pm to 4thandinches
Yes. It's taken me since the release of the game to make it this far. 6 months. I usually only have time for a game here or there.


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