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New Orleans Saints Players on Twitter

Posted by NewOrleansSaints.com on 01/11/2013 – 8:52 pm

Below is a list of New Orleans Saints Players on Twitter as of April 3, 2013:  moore_pic

Isa Abdul-Quddus – @iamisa1

Drew Brees – @drewbrees

Rafael Bush – @rbush36

Travaris Cadet – @TravarisCadet39

Chris Chamberlain – @Chambo57

Jed Collins – @JedCollins45

A.J. Davis – @AwesomeJet20

Brian de la Puente – @BriandelaPuente

Justin Drescher – @jdrescher88

Sedrick Ellis – @SedrickEllis1

Jahri Evans – @J_7TRE_E

Jarred Fayson – @JFayson

Junior Galette – @JuniorG93

Jimmy Graham – @TheJimmyGraham

Jabari Greer – @Jabari_Greer

Ben Grubbs – @Ben_Grubbs501c3

Roman Harper – @Harp41

Garrett Hartley – @GHartley5

David Hawthorne – @D_Hawthorne57

Will Herring – @wherring54

Akiem Hicks – @The_Dream99

Mark Ingram – Mark_Ingram28

Chris Ivory – @ivory_29

Malcolm Jenkins – @MalcolmJenkins

Cameron Jordan – @camjordan94

Ryan Lee – @RLee75

Keenan Lewis – @KGLewis28

Curtis Lofton – @CurtisLofton50

Lance Moore – @LanceMoore16

Joe Morgan – @jmthegreat

Thomas Morstead – @thomasmorstead

Jerico Nelson – @jln006

Eric Olsen -@EOlsen69

Jay Richardson – @JayRichardson99

Patrick Robinson – @PatRob21

Greg Romeus – @GregRomeus91

Scott Shanle – @scottshanle

Darren Sproles – @DarrenSproles

Ryan Steed –  @TheNobleSteed_1

Zach Strief – @ZachStrief

Will Smith- @iWillSmith

Andy Tanner – @andytanner14

Pierre Thomas – @Pierre_Thomas

Andrew Tiller – @BigTill66

Nick Toon – @Nick2oon

Jonathan Vilma – @JonVilma51

Tyrunn Walker – @twalker337

Corey White – @CoreyWhiteJr3

Martez Wilson – @MartezWilson95


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Mickey Loomis: “We Can’t Blame 7-9 On Anybody But Ourselves”

Posted by NewOrleansSaints.com on 01/11/2013 – 4:46 pm

Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis spoke with Bobby Hebert and Deke Bellavia Thursday afternoon on WWL Radio. Below  loomisare some highlights. Listen to the full interview here.

On how difficult it was to finalize Head Coach Sean Payton’s contract extension: “I don’t think it was that difficult because I think Sean’s intention all along was to be here with the Saints. Clearly that was our intention. The biggest difficulty was that we had a pretty long period where we couldn’t even discuss it with his agent (Don Yee). That was the biggest obstacle.”

On what expectations weren’t met this season: “We expect to be a playoff team every year. Whether you are 13-3, 11-5 or 10-6 or whatever records it takes to get there, that’s what we expect to begin with. We go into every game expecting to win. When that doesn’t happen and you end up 7-9 and on the outside looking in, that’s difficult to swallow. That’s not the expectations we have in our building and that’s not the expectations that our fans have become accustomed to so you are left with dissatisfaction.”

On the similarities he has found with working for an NFL team and an NBA team: “Certainly it’s a continuing education for me. So far I have found a lot more similarities than I have found differences. That’s been a little bit surprising to me. Clearly there are differences with a different game. Some of the logistics are different. I think the mentality and the types of things that win in football are similar in basketball. It’s about having discipline, having a good system, having the right coach and being able to develop a good locker room. All those things that we emphasize here at the Saints are important with the Hornets as well.

“I like our Head Coach Monty Williams and GM Dell Demps a lot. I think they are talented guys. I like the makeup of our team. We have a lot of young guys on that team and they are good people. They want to be successful and they want to be coached. I like what I see so far even though the record isn’t what we would like it to be. We are a young team and these are the early stages of development. I think we are off to a good start.”

On what impact the offseason distractions had on the season: “We can’t blame 7-9 on anybody but ourselves. None of the (offseason distractions) had anything to do with how we practice, how we prepare, tackling and the way we execute our offense on the field. We had plenty of opportunities to do that the right way, finish games and make plays. That didn’t impact that. The players that were supposed to miss games ended up not missing games. Every year there are distractions that exist and the good teams have to be able and are able to put that away when it’s time to perform on the field.

“I certainly don’t want to get into any discussion that says ‘our 7-9 record is the fault of somebody other than ourselves.’ If we do that, then we are going to excuse this last season and not be critical enough of ourselves to prevent it from happening again. I understand the (fans’ feelings) and I understand that we didn’t meet expectations. I think excuse makers would say ‘it’s all the league’s fault.’ We are not going to be excuse makers. This is our fault and we need learn from it, be better for it and I think we will be.”


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