Posts Tagged ‘Jabari Greer’

Pass Rusher Will Smith Not Ready To Retire Despite Release

Pass rusher Will Smith missed the 2013 season after tearing his ACL in a preseason game. Smith was released by the Saints last week along with defensive veterans Roman Harper, Jabari Greer and Jonathan Vilma. But Smith isn’t ready to retire at 32, Ramon Antonio Vargas of the Baton Rouge Advocate reports. “I’m ahead of […]

Saints and Greer Agree on a Three-Year Extension

The Saints have come to terms on a contract extension with CB Jabari Greer, inking him to a contract that will keep him in New Orleans through 2015. Reports say it is a three-year extension, with the total value of the deal going over $23 million. Specific contract details were not available. Greer’s deal was […]

Lions at Saints Week 13 Injury Report

Detroit Out: DE Lawrence Jackson (thigh) Doubtful: S Louis Delmas (knee), CB Chris Houston (knee) Questionable: CB Brandon McDonald (thigh), RB Kevin Smith (ankle) Probable: S Chris Harris (ankle), WR Calvin Johnson (ankle), WR Maurice Stovall (shoulder), DE Willie Young (ankle) New Orleans Out: DE Turk McBride (ankle) Probable: CB Jabari Greer (knee), DT Tom […]

Lions at Saints Wednesday Injury Report

Detroit Did not participate: S Louis Delmas (knee), LB Doug Hogue (illness), CB Chris Houston (knee), DE Lawrence Jackson (thigh), RB Kevin Smith (ankle) Limited participation: CB Brandon McDonald (thigh), DE Willie Young (ankle) Full participation: S Chris Harris (ankle), WR Calvin Johnson (ankle), WR Maurice Stovall (shoulder) New Orleans Did not participate: DE Turk […]

The Saints Trounce All Over the Panthers 34-3

The New Orleans Saints came out like they had something to prove, particularly against a very tough division rival that has always been a thorn in their sides. After winning the toss and subsequently electing to receive to start the first half, the Saints came out smoking. Julius Jones busted out the gate and picked up […]

Saints Squeak By Panthers 16-14

In yet another nail-biter, the Saints barely defeated the Carolina Panthers in the Superdome and improved to 3-1 on the year. Although the statistics would indicate a blowout by New Orleans, the final score says it all–the Saints offense is still trying to find itself. In the first quarter, it seemed that the team’s offensive struggles […]

Saints Gab Talks All Things Saints In Chat With TP Beat Reporters

I and others had the pleasure of sitting in on a noon chat with the Times Picayune beat reporters, James Varney and Mike Triplett where they addressed some candid (and not so candid) questions and comments about the Saints. Here’s the transcript of the session. New Orleans Saints Friday chat (10/01/2010) Friday October 1, 2010 11:30 […]

Saints Prepare To Face the 49ers

The Saints defense played extremely well against the Minnesota Vikings to start the 2010 regular season, holding future Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre to 171 yards and the usually-unstoppable Adrian Peterson to just 88 yards rushing. While the offense didn’t enjoy its best day (posting only 14 points), it certainly missed its share of […]