Good rainy Wednesday morning, Who Dats. Yes, that is indeed rain you see/heard this morning. So prop your feet up and grab your coffee. I've got your rainy day Saints Linkage ready for you.
Drew Brees is now a father of two.
What we saw Sunday was the Saints moving on from the Arizona game.
The Saints will stick with Garrett Hartley despite his misses.
Elsewhere around the region
Sheldon Mickles of the Baton Rouge Advocate is reporting that the Saints have terminated the contract of linebacker Clint Ingram.
Nakia Hogan of the T-P/NOLA.com syndicate scouts the Cleveland Browns.
Mike Triplett of the T-P/NOLA.com group talked with Scott Fujita, who compared the Browns to the Saints.
Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com rates Chris Ivory as the NFC South "High Energy Player of the Week."
Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository says Drew Brees is short in stature but long in ability.
Doerschuk also writes about how the Saints found a diamond in the rough in Ivory.
Larry Holder of CBSsports.com talked with Scott Fujita, who called the NFL hypcritical in the whole hit controversy.
Sam Farmer of the L.A. Times says players are trying to absorb the NFL's new hit rule.
Judy Battista of the N.Y. Times writes that the NFL may eventually suspend players for helmet-to-helmet hits.
Pete Prisco at CBSsports.com puts up his power rankings.
ESPN.com's Power Rankings
USA Today's Power Rankings
FoxSports.com's Power Rankings