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New Orleans Saints GM Mickey Loomis joins WWL Radio to discuss his team’s Wild Card performance against the Bears

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021

"I was rooting for Mickey (Loomis) and Sean (Payton) and the Saints because I've gotten to know those guys, and I think they've done such a tremendous job," Vaughn said during the WWL radio show. "I was just so happy to see those guys do well. The Bears are my childhood team, and I'll always love the Bears, obviously, but I feel like the Saints have a really good chance this year and a chance to go all the way and to win everything.

Split verdict conviction tossed for ex-NFL star’s killer

Tuesday, January 12th, 2021

A state appeals court gets the case next but, ultimately, it will be up to the new district attorney in New Orleans, Jason Williams, to decide whether to put Hayes, 33, on trial again. Hayes is serving a 25-year sentence. The shootings followed arguments after a traffic crash.

Mike Tomlin’s doppelganger: Steelers coach, ‘House’ actor Omar Epps can’t avoid comparisons

Sunday, January 10th, 2021

Quick question: Have you ever seen Mike Tomlin and Omar Epps in the same room? No? That's because ...

Prolific offenses powered by tough O-lines

Sunday, January 10th, 2021

Prolific offenses powered by tough O-lines

State NFL roundup: Jeremy Reaves gets first pick

Monday, January 4th, 2021

The Washington Football Team’s offense was having a hard time nailing down the victory needed to earn a playoff spot in the final game of the NFL’s 2020 regular season on Sunday night. The first NFL interception by a former South Alabama player helped Washington close out a 20-14 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night. Holding a three-point lead, Washington had opened the third quarter with two three-and-outs, an interception and a third punt in the second half.

Hopes for 2021? Warriors fans at Chase, Jimmy G returns, and the WNBA comes to the Bay

Friday, January 1st, 2021

The Warriors’ Chase Center dream finally comes to life: The sparkling new arena opened with a Warriors’ season doomed to failure, the team lost 10 straight home games at one point, and the forecast is for empty seats for at least the start of the 2020-21 season. The sound of a roaring crowd — whenever it takes place — will be a godsend for team president Rick Welts, who masterminded the project, and deeply committed owner Joe Lacob. Open up the clubhouses and locker rooms to the media.

Matchup Of The Game: Bengals’ Allen Puts His Accuracy On Line Vs. Disruptive Ravens

Thursday, December 31st, 2020

BENGALS QB BRANDON ALLEN VS. CB MARLON HUMPHREY Emerging as Joe Burrow's potential backup for next season, Allen is believed to have done what no Bengals quarterback has done in his first four starts. So when quarterbacks coach Dan Pitcher consults with him Sunday (1 p.m.

The top 16 Arizona Sports headlines of the year 2020

Thursday, December 31st, 2020

The Arizona Cardinals and Phoenix Suns made big moves. Meanwhile, the pandemic made for weird times. To look back before the new year, here is a collection of some of the most-read headlines — we touch on those with strong ties to the news stories of the year — on ArizonaSports.com in 2020.

Titans’ Derrick Henry could repeat as NFL’s leading rusher

Thursday, December 31st, 2020

Titans' Derrick Henry could repeat as NFL's leading rusher

Akinjo scores 22, Arizona beats Colorado 88-74

Monday, December 28th, 2020

Colorado (6-2, 0-1) shot well in the first half to keep Arizona within reach, but went cold during a key stretch in the second half to lose its twice-delayed conference opener. Evan Battey had 18 points despite foul trouble to lead the Buffaloes. Colorado also lost leading scorer McKinley Wright IV to a right ankle injury in the final minute.