The Saints placed RB Pierre Thomas (knee) on injured reserve on Saturday.
While Mark Ingram had a quiet preseason, the Saints are brimming with confidence about their deep arsenal of running backs.
To take Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III? The PFW staff weighs in on this and a handful of other fantasy-football issues in our latest "roundtable" chat.
Saints RB Pierre Thomas left the team's divisional round playoff game in the first quarter because of an apparent head injury.
Cardinals DT Darnell Dockett was fined $30,000 for two illegal plays last weekend, and several well-known players were fined for breaking NFL uniform rules.
it didn't take 300-plus passing yards from QB Drew Brees for the Saints to hold a comfortable lead for much of the game in their win over the Buccaneers.
Saints head coach Sean Payton may want to consider emphasizing the running game against Carolina in Week Five.
The Saints will look to establish their running game using a trio of backs vs. the Bears Sunday.
With people expecting big things from Ryan Mathews, Chargers RB Mike Tolbert has become tremendously undervalued and is a solid sleeper.
Will RB Pierre Thomas lose his spot in the Saints' backfield with first-round pick Mark Ingram now on the scene? We look at the position from a fantasy perspective.
Pierre Thomas started the Saints' first preseason game, but he was outperformed by first-round pick Mark Ingram, who is well on his way to locking up the job as the featured back.
The top-rated back in this year's draft, Mark Ingram, has the potential to be a workhorse in the NFL, but he may not carry a full load in New Orleans, where head coach Sean Payton will be divvying up ...
The Saints announce they have signed RB Pierre Thomas to a four-year deal.
The Saints will have to make some difficult decisions on personnel before next season and there will probably be more roster turnover between now and next season than the Saints experienced between winning the Super Bowl and the start of ...
Oft-injured RB Pierre Thomas will be a free agent in the offseason, and while the Saints would like to have him back, they won't get into a bidding war to retain him, according to NFC South Whispers.