Posts Tagged ‘Scott Fujita’

Former Saints LB Scott Fujita Talks About Retirement

Former NFL linebacker Scott Fujita joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss his recently announced retirement from the NFL.

Off the Hook – Four Current and Former Saints Players Suspensions Overturned in “Bounty Program”

All along the four current and former Saints players that were suspended for their involvement in “bounty gate” have stated that they were innocent of what they were accused of. Friday, they were finally able to celebrate what they felt all along. Jonathan Vilma, Will Smith, Scott Fujita and Anthony Hargrove all had their suspensions […]

NFL Turns Over Evidence in Appeals

The NFL has turned over some evidence to the four players suspended for the Saints bounty program, but lawyers for the players are seeking more information. Current Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma and defensive end Will Smith, Green Bay DE Anthony Hargrove and Cleveland LB Scott Fujita will have their appeals heard Monday by NFL Commissioner […]

Saints to Part with LB Scott Fujita at the End of the Year?

Pro Football Weekly reports that the Saints may part ways with SLB Scott Fujita at the end of the year: Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ system has made just about every member of the Saints’ “D” look better this year, but sources say SLB Scott Fujita, in part because of a calf injury that kept him […]

2009 The Dawn of a New “D” Part 3

In part 3 we will take a look at the linebackers. Next will be the secondary. Last year we found our defensive leader when the Saints traded for Jonathan Vilma, and the Saints were very smart to sign him to a 4 year deal to keep him around. Middle Linebacker: Vilma is our unquestioned starter […]

Training Camp 2008: Breakdown of the Saints Weakside Linebackers

2007 Summary: Scott Shanle did such a great job in 2006 that he got a nice contract before the 2007 season. Unfortunately, his tackle totals went down and had no sacks (3 in 2006) in 2007. Shanle had a tendency to disappear in games. Some could attribute it to bad D-line play, but then why […]