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Posts Tagged ‘New Orleans Saints.’

Louisiana Superdome getting a corporate name


Louisiana Superdome at night June 2009 (photo by Daniel Schwen via wikipedia commons)

The Louisiana Superdome will be getting a new name.

The domed landmark, which opened on August 3, 1975, will be known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome after the German automaker signed a 10-year naming rights contract with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints.

Financial terms have not been revealed.

The Superdome seats 76,468 for football, 55,675 for basketball and 63,525 for baseball.

Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Westerville native Moore re-signs with Saints


Lance Moore at Feb 20 2010 Super Bowl Parade in New orleans (photo by Nolamedic77 via wikipedia commons)

Lance Moore, a Westerville, Ohio native, has agreed to terms on a new five-year contract with the New Orleans Saints.

The 27-year-old Moore, an undrafted free agent in 2005 out of the University of Toledo, is another in a long line of players that the Cleveland Browns have made bad decisions on. The Browns signed him as a free agent and then cut him.

The Westerville South High School product, has been with the Saints since 2005 and has worked his way from the practice squad to become one of the team’s top receivers.

He was the leading receiver for the Saints in 2008 with 928 yards and 10 touchdowns, 79 catches. He had another strong season in 2010 with 66 catches for 763 yards and eight touchdowns.

Moore is the son of Rick Moore, owner of the Rick Moore Karate Academy in Whitehall.

Moore’s career stats heading into the 2011 season, 186 receptions for 2,103 yards and 22 touchdowns.


Info compiled from the New Orleans Saints & NFL news



Surprising Seahawks dethrone Saints; advance in playoffs

Marshawn Lynch (file photo)

The Seattle Seahawks dethroned the defending world champion New Orleans Saints behind the running of Marshawn Lynch, who galloped to a game-clinching 67-yard touchdown run leading to a 41-36 win.

Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck threw four touchdown passes to set a franchise playoff record.

The Seahawks were considered underdogs all week by the national press and the oddsmakers, the first NFL team with a losing record ever to win a division title, went out and earned their way to a fifth consecutive home playoff win and will play this week in the divisional playoffs.

The 67-yard run was the longest touchdown run by any Seahawk since 2005.

compiled from NFL & Seattle Seahawks news

Saints escape Bengals, 34-30

The New Orleans Saints led at halftime, but the Bengals found their offense in the second half.

Drew Brees threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Marques Colston with 31 seconds left, rallying the Saints to its fifth straight win.

Drew Brees (file photo)

After the Bengals (2-10) took a 30-27 lead, Brees threw a 42-yard pass to Robert Meachem to put the Saints in field goal range. After the Bengals were drawn offsides on a fourth down play, Brees threw his second TD pass on the next play.

The Bengals have lost nine games in a row.

compiled from NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

Tiffin’s Walkosky resigns as football coach

Dave Walkosky (courtesy of Tiffin University &

Dave Walkosky has resigned as Head Football Coach at Tiffin University, to pursue other career opportunities.

Walkosky made his debut in 2008, posting a 1-10 record in Tiffin’s first year in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a number of close losses. The Dragons fell off to 0-11 in 2009 and recently completed the 2010 season this past Saturday with a 1-10 record.

During his tenure, Tiffin placed another athlete into the National Football League, as Chris Ivory signed with the New Orleans Saints, joining Tennessee’s Nate Washington, as the only former Dragons football players to end up with NFL contracts.

Walkosky posted a 2-31 overall record in three seasons with the Dragons.

Walkosky comments on his tenure at Tiffin: “I am proud that I was able to touch some young men’s lives during my short time at Tiffin. I feel that I was able to help them become better men. I was also privileged to help coach an NFL-caliber player in Chris Ivory, and also proud of what a number of our players accomplished over that time.”

compiled from Tiffin University news &

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