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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
College Football reporter Bruce Feldman tweeted that Saints defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen is no longer a candidate for the defensive coordinator at LSU and will remain in New Orleans.

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ESPN's Adam Rittenberg is reporting that Nielsen is receiving a new 3-year contract with the Saints and the title of assistant head coach.

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littlefart42 months
Buncha LSwho C unts in this thread
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Wgarrot42 months
Call wade Phillips for dc he always has a top 5 defense in nfl
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catnip42 months
I suppose Sean Pay-me can care less that many, many Saints fans are LSU fans.
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bgarrot42 months
Perhaps, Coach O should stop being so public in declaring a particular candidate to be his primary choice. As a result of doing so, LSU has publicly been rebuffed not once but twice; and assuming the next person offered takes the job, he comes in with everyone knowing that he was LSU's 3rd choice. If Coach O had kept his mouth shut, others could have quietly turned down the job; and LSU could have claimed that whoever they eventually hired was the guy that they wanted all along.
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Tigergrad8442 months
Payton going in dry
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Martini42 months
frick Payton
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Spasweezy42 months
I got played. Stop worrying about that young snatch, coach! Do your job.
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rob6242 months
You sound jealous
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BigTimer2342 months
No need to hear from you in regards to the DC search convo Rob. You’re probably still telling people they’re stupid and Pelini isn’t going anywhere.
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Drizzt42 months
frick the Saints
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Purple Tiger King42 months
Screw the Aint's, I'm never supporting them ever again!
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littlefart42 months
C unt
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ninthward42 months
done w the Saints after this.
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littlefart42 months
C unt
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Woodman42 months
CEO. You need to learn how to be a CEO. That includes having lawyers involved when you are looking into acquisitions. You could have had those lawyers make a request to review the Saints contracts weeks ago. This is continuing to make you not look professional when it comes to basic management [hiring and firing] of people.
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skullopener42 months
That is not his job....that falls on AD and his staff. Verge Ausberry is the guy you need to blame!!!
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Tiger194442 months
If the Saint's contract was so strong, why did they offer him a new three year deal and a title of Assistant Head Coach? No need to do that if the contract was really binding. Neilsen's lawyers didn't think it was.
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xGeauxLSUx42 months
Welp...
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Jorts R Us42 months
I'd laugh at LSU but Marco Wilson fricked that up for me for at least a year.
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Roll Clyde Roll42 months
It’s not happening
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rob6242 months
There are roughly 50 LSU players in the NFL. LSU had 14 players drafted last season. Almost none of LSU’s players ever interest the Sints. You cannot tell me that the Saints simply don’t draft LSU players due to draft order, etc. Screw the Saints.
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P-Dawg42 months
Falcons fans say the same shite about UGA players. The facts are that NFL teams draft the best talent available. Just because the stars don't align between the local pro team and college team doesn't mean you have to throw a temper tantrum.
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LesnarF542 months
Plan C looks like a coach from the Ravens.
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Shotgun Willie42 months
F#$K Payton!
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CharlesLSU42 months
Ouch LSU has some hustling to do.
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TDsngumbo42 months
LSU is so fricked.
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GoTigahs199742 months
Pain
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PsychTiger42 months
So glad White and Fournette trampled the Aints Sunday.
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rob6242 months
Ditto
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southsidedell42 months
5-5 lololololol say less.
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