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hagan714 09-25-2007 07:05 PM

coach Sean Payton held a news conference Monday
 
Payton updated the injuries to the team. "Deuce McAlister has torn an ACL, he'll be out for the season. We're gonna put him on injured reserve today," he said. The Pro Bowl running back tore the ligament in his left knee in the loss to the Titans. It was McAllister's right knee that was previously repaired. One of the Saints defensive backs is also out. "Jason David fractured his forearm. He'll have that surgery done to put a plate in there... time wise we're looking at four to six weeks depending on how quickly that can heal," Payton said.
Payton says linebacker Scott Fujita has an ankle injury and receiver David Patton hurt his calf, but those two should be ready to go for Carolina in two weeks.
As for personnel moves the Saints are making as a result of these injuries, they re-signed veteran defensive back Jay Bellamy and rookie running back Pierre Thomas will suit up for the Panthers game.
The Saints have gone from pre-season Super Bowl favorites to 0-3 for 2007, losing to the Tennessee Titans 31-14 on Monday Night Football. But quarterback Drew Brees says he must believe that they can get out of this funk and start winning.
"I know how hard we've worked to get here and we don't want all that to go for nothing," said Brees this morning on WWL First News. "I believe that next time out, we're going to be the complete Saints team that we know we can be."
The Saints are off next week, then host the Carolina Panthers October 7th.
WWLBIGTalkers@listenerclub.com

Ok there is the worse case. It has happened. Reggie is the man 100%. Thomas will suit up. Davis is done for 4 to 6 weeks and Bellemy is back. Then to close the marine corp theme: be all you can be

LongTimeFan 09-25-2007 07:18 PM

Re: coach Sean Payton held a news conference Monday
 
The news seems to get worst each passing day, I didn't know about Jason David's injury until I read your post hagan.
What next?

dulplay 09-25-2007 10:51 PM

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Is anybody here going to mis Jason David?

QBREES9 09-25-2007 10:58 PM

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who do we have thats better ???

dulplay 09-25-2007 11:04 PM

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Ah, won't let me edit my typo. But in response... nobody. I'd like to see if Usama steps it up, or gasp! ole' Q-Tip hand... Fred Thomas

MatthewT 09-25-2007 11:05 PM

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It's going to be very interesting to see who takes over for Jason David. My guy feeling is it will probably be Fred Thomas, but I would not be surprised if the Usama Young era is about to begin.

FatiusJeebs 09-25-2007 11:07 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by dulplay (Post 140094)
Is anybody here going to mis Jason David?

Well...I kinda am. He has been both the best and the worst of our defense. He has been burnt quite a few times AND he is the only person on this defense with turnovers. (Both if I am not mistaken.)

dulplay 09-25-2007 11:09 PM

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This is true.

Turbo Saint 09-25-2007 11:11 PM

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i'm definitely sad to see him go, he was playing quite good this past game...and he sure does know how to get those pics :\

Haps Biggest Fan 09-26-2007 12:35 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by hagan714 (Post 140052)
Payton updated the injuries to the team. "Deuce McAlister has torn an ACL, he'll be out for the season. We're gonna put him on injured reserve today," he said. The Pro Bowl running back tore the ligament in his left knee in the loss to the Titans. It was McAllister's right knee that was previously repaired. One of the Saints defensive backs is also out. "Jason David fractured his forearm. He'll have that surgery done to put a plate in there... time wise we're looking at four to six weeks depending on how quickly that can heal," Payton said.
Payton says linebacker Scott Fujita has an ankle injury and receiver David Patton hurt his calf, but those two should be ready to go for Carolina in two weeks.
As for personnel moves the Saints are making as a result of these injuries, they re-signed veteran defensive back Jay Bellamy and rookie running back Pierre Thomas will suit up for the Panthers game.
The Saints have gone from pre-season Super Bowl favorites to 0-3 for 2007, losing to the Tennessee Titans 31-14 on Monday Night Football. But quarterback Drew Brees says he must believe that they can get out of this funk and start winning.
"I know how hard we've worked to get here and we don't want all that to go for nothing," said Brees this morning on WWL First News. "I believe that next time out, we're going to be the complete Saints team that we know we can be."
The Saints are off next week, then host the Carolina Panthers October 7th.
WWLBIGTalkers@listenerclub.com

Ok there is the worse case. It has happened. Reggie is the man 100%. Thomas will suit up. Davis is done for 4 to 6 weeks and Bellemy is back. Then to close the marine corp theme: be all you can be

Anybody who thinks that Reggie Bush has the capability to carry this Saints team on his shoulders to a winning season in 2007 must be taking LSD and posting on this board.

Reggie is overrated and will NEVER live up to his HYPE. He is a minor role-player on offense and special teams. He will never be anything like a Walter Payton or Emmit Smith.

please . . .


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