Saints Linkage: N.O. expects a test, but they won't fall into a trap

Saints Linkage:  N.O. expects a test, but they won't fall into a trap

Saints Linkage: N.O. expects a test, but they won't fall into a trap

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by Bradley Handwerger / Eyewitness Sports

wwltv.com

Posted on September 18, 2010 at 11:57 AM

Updated Saturday, Sep 18 at 3:52 PM

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It's Saturday. You've got LSU on tonight. Tulane is on break. So why not read some Saints Linkage during the day.

The most interesting, or at least entertaining, news from Friday was 49ers Head Coach Mike Singletary giving bulletin board material for the Saints, saying they will stop Drew Brees.

Stanley Arnoux finally returned to practice after a month-long absence and hopes to begin making an impact.

The Saints' injury report remained the same Friday.

We all hear so much about the Saints on-field prowess, but how about what some of them do off the field. Ten Saints pitched in money to help start a football program at a local charter school.

Elsewhere around the web
Sheldon Mickles writes about how Saints Head Coach Sean Payton grew up watching Singletary.

Brian Allee-Walsh  of NewOrleans.com says Drew Brees is the pulse of the team.

Brett Martel of the Associated Press writes that the Saints expect a test on run defense.

John DeShazier of the T-P/NOLA.com believes the special teams problems have been addressed.

Mike Triplett of the T-P/NOLA.com writes that Jon Vilma of the Saints and Frank Gore of the 49ers will renew a rivalry.

Lenny Vangilder of FoxSports Southwest says the Saints are prepared for a hostile environment.

Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com writes that the Saints won't fall into the 49ers trap.

Washington Huskies Head Coach Steve Sarkisian says Reggie Bush is an idiot.

Erik Branch of the Press Democrat says Drew Brees is not going to be easy to defend.

About the 49ers
Daniel Brown of the San Jose Mercury News writes that Drew Brees believes the 49ers' first-week loss was an aberration.

Matt Barrow of the Sacramento Bee says that Brian Westbrook is ready to get on the field.

 

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