‘If you live and die with the week to week narratives then shame on you’| Arthur Smith Presser


Arthur Smith on the challenges the Saints’ defense will present this Sunday, why adaptability is important, and how defenses are adjusting to Kyle Pitts.

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Seahawks: Alexander Sideline for 5 Consecutive Games

Shaun Alexander will certainly not be able to assist the battling Seattle Seahawks yet.

NFL: Chad Johnson Fined $5,000

While Chad Johnson currently lost his gold mohawk, the colorful Cincinnati Bengals pass receiver has actually been fined $5,000 by the National Football League. The gamer can still make an allure of the organization’s permission prior to one week. Otherwise he will be required to pay the fine.

Chargers: Merriman Denies Using Steroid

While he has actually been suspended by the NFL for four weeks, San Diego Chargers star outside linebacker Shawne Merriman refutes having made use of any kind of form of steroid claiming that he is a victim of the NFL medication screening policy. Merriman criticized a tainted supplement after he has been evaluated positive for the Nandrolone steroid. He will certainly be able to return on the field with the Chargers on Nov. 27.

Jaguars: Second Start for Garrard

The Jaguars trust fund David Garrard as well as approve him with his 2nd straight start at quarterback on Sunday when the Jacksonville Jaguars host Tennessee. He is currently changing Byron Leftwich, that wounded his ankle.

Michigan State: Coach to Leave After Season

While there still are three continuing to be games in the season, Michigan State announced on Wednesday that John L. Smith will certainly not go back to coach for the 2007 period.

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