Thursday, May 26, 2011
Hitting the NFC South links
By Pat Yasinskas
Let's take a run through the NFC South headlines.
The New Orleans Saints allowed four fans to take part in Wednesday’s workout. They were winners of a raffle and the proceeds are going to charity. Quarterback Drew Brees said it’s a way to make the most out of the lockout.
Former New Orleans kicker Tom Dempsey recalls the labor strife in 1974.
The St. Petersburg Times reports that Tampa Bay cornerback Aqib Talib is expected to be indicted by a grand jury Friday. Talib was charged with assault in a March incident in Texas.
San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers said he’d be in favor of adding Carolina receiver Steve Smith. There have been reports Smith wants a trade and the Chargers are a team he’d like to play for.
Even in the lockout, Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan is finding ways to make money.
Atlanta cornerback Christopher Owens said he has gotten over a rough performance in the playoff loss to Green Bay.