NFL Soup|Tuesday, May 21, 2013

NFC South

Audio of Gregg Williams Could Earn NFL Ban, Criminal Charges

The other day, I wrote about the possibility of those involved in the New Orleans Saints‘ bounty scandal facing criminal charges, what those charges would be, and the likelihood …Full Article

Could Criminal Charges Be Coming For The Saints?

After reporting the punishments handed down by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to those involved in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal, those suspended team personnel appealed the suspensions, and …Full Article

Bill Parcells Not Likely To Coach Saints

The Big Tuna in The Big Easy? Don’t count on it. While the idea of retired coach Bill Parcells returning to be the head coach of the New Orleans …Full Article

Saints Personnel Appeal Suspensions, Player Punishment Still To Come

This offseason’s biggest story–with all due respect to Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow–continues to be the New Orleans Saints’ three-year bounty program coming to light. And it’s not going …Full Article

New Orleans Saints 2012 NFL Draft Team Needs

The events of the offseason have made it easy to overlook the fact the New Orleans Saints won the NFC South in 2011 with a 13-3 record before losing …Full Article

Panthers’ Jonathan Stewart on Trading Block?

It’s beginning to look like a crowded backfield for the Carolina Panthers next season. With the addition of free-agent running back Mike Tolbert, there’s now a  trio of running …Full Article

NFL Announces Punishments For Saints, Those Involved In Bountygate

It was first reported at the beginning of March that the NFL’s security department conducted a lengthy investigation into a “bounty system” maintained by the New Orleans Saints. Under …Full Article

Buccaneers Sign Vincent Jackson to 5-year Contract

According to Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune, via Twitter, the Buccaneers have signed wide receiver Vincent Jackson to a 5-year deal. Jackson will be guaranteed $26 million dollars …Full Article

Saints Hold onto Marques Colston

The New Orleans Saints wanted him, and Marques Colston didn’t want to leave. On Tuesday afternoon just before free-agency was set to begin, the Saints and Colston agreed to …Full Article

Randy Moss Impresses Saints, Will Meet Two Teams Next Week

Since free agent wide receiver Randy Moss unretired on February 13th–promising that he still had what it takes–much criticism was directed towards him, with some pundits going as far …Full Article