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The choice for Pat Swilling is to celebrate.

Sure, he has cried, and very well could do so several more times now that his friend and former New Orleans Saints teammate, Vaughan Johnson, has passed. Johnson died Thursday evening at the age of 57.

But Swilling would much rather focus on the good memories that were produced during the Dome Patrol days, when Swilling, Johnson, the late Sam Mills and Hall of Famer Rickey Jackson combined to become, arguably, the best linebacker corps in NFL history.

The quartet remains the only starting linebacker unit to be named to the Pro Bowl together, in 1992. Overall, Swilling and Johnson were All-Pros in 1989 and Pro Bowlers from 1989-92 in their Saints careers.

“There was not another, or better, inside linebacker that I think played the game that was as big, as strong, as fast as Vaughan Johnson,” Swilling said. “And when it comes down to his character and who he was, I loved him. I loved him because he was one of those guys, every single day, he brought his pail to work and he brought a great attitude and a smile to work.

“I spent (seven) years playing right next to him. I’m the right outside linebacker and he was my right inside linebacker. We spent time together. I mean, our locker was right beside each other. I saw him every day, I can’t every remember a negative thing coming out of his mouth, win, lose or draw. The guy was just always upbeat and just a helluva football player.”

Jackson carried a tone of relief for Johnson, who’d battled kidney disease for the last several years, and then lung failure.

“We talked at least once a month, sometimes two or three times a month,” Jackson said. “We always stayed in touch with each other. I knew things were tough on him down the stretch, and I was real concerned for him.

“I’m more relieved now than anything. Because when I talked to him, I knew the condition he was in. He doesn’t have to suffer anymore. But he was somebody I could talk to.”

Johnson, a Saint from 1986-93, was a 6-foot-3, 240-pounder who played in 120 regular season games, with 98 starts. He totaled 664 tackles, 12 sacks, four interceptions and five fumble recoveries and in four playoff games, he had 24 tackles. In ’92, when all four Saints linebackers were selected for the Pro Bowl, New Orleans finished first in the NFL in opponent points per game and second in total defense for the second consecutive season.

“I wish I could tell you one thing that you could hang your hat on about Vaughan, but Vaughan was just a wonderful person,” Swilling said. “And I don’t know any other way to describe him other than that.

“It makes football seem so minor. It wasn’t just the time we had on the field. I laid last night and I was there thinking about it, and I’m smiling and I’m laughing, and my wife is looking at me, and I said, ‘I’m just thinking about Vaughan.’ Just all the nice, fond memories we had.

“We spent time off the field. If one of us was having something or an event, we all would attend. When I had the nightclub uptown, he’d come to the club. We all were very close, that whole group was close off the field. Vaughan was just one of those guys that you always liked to be around. Just a fun guy. Just a fun guy.”

Jackson, whose Saints career (1981-93) ended the same year as Johnson’s (1986-93), said his former teammate was mild-mannered.

“He wasn’t a loud guy or anything like that, he was always calm and cool,” Jackson said. “When he hit you, he would knock your head off. But he was never a guy that would talk or start trouble. He never did mess with people too much.”

The 1992 Pro Bowl invitation was something the entire group was proud of, Jackson said.

“You won’t get four guys to do what we did,” Jackson said. “I know some of the press honored us as the greatest four. That meant a whole lot to us. He was proud of it, I was proud of it.”

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New Orleans Saints cornerback P.J. Williams was suspended for two weeks without pay after violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, per Rod Walker of Williams will miss games against the Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals, putting him on track to return during the Saints’ Week 9 bye. According to league rules, he must stay away from the team until Monday, Oct. 28.

Williams was arrested and booked for driving while under the influence of alcohol earlier this year. He reportedly pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of recklessly operating a motor vehicle and paid a $340 fine back in August, but the NFL still investigated the incident, as is its policy.

The obvious candidate to replace Williams in the lineup is veteran Patrick Robinson, whom he competed with for the starting job throughout training camp. But Robinson has taken a back seat to both Williams and rookie defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson, who has taken the field lined up in a variety of roles including slot cornerback and two-high free safety. Here’s how their snap counts have broken up through six games:

Williams: 314 snaps on defense, 37 on special teams units
Gardner-Johnson: 67 snaps on defense, 100 on special teams
Robinson: 9 defensive snaps, 72 on special teams

New Orleans could see this as an opportunity to test a prospect they value for the future against two vulnerable quarterbacks: Bears backup Chase Daniel and Cardinals rookie Kyler Murray, neither of whom is working with a top-shelf receiving corps. But it’s just as possible that the Saints err on the side of caution and lean on the veteran they signed last year to start in this exact role.

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Injuries forced the New Orleans Saints to make four roster moves on Wednesday, with defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins (ankle) and defensive end Marcus Davenport (foot) both landing on injured reserve. In their place, the Saints signed veteran free agents Noah Spence, a pass rusher, and T.Y. McGill, an interior lineman.

Spence’s addition isn’t very surprising given the interest the Saints have maintained in him, going back to the months before the 2016 NFL Draft. He met with the team several times and was put through a private workout, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sniped the Saints by picking Spence before they had the chance. A history of shoulder injuries and inconsistent play — plus coaching staff turnover — resulted in Spence getting released by Tampa Bay earlier this year.

As for McGill: he may appear like a random pickup, but Saints defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen knows him well. Nielsen coached McGill at N.C. State when they were both members of the Wolfpack from 2013 to 2014, when Nielsen held the same position on that staff while doubling as their recruiting coordinator. McGill’s N.C. State career ended with 110 tackles and 10 total sacks after benefiting from Nielsen’s tutelage, and their reunion now gives Nielsen an opportunity to see how his protege has progressed after some time in the NFL.

McGill’s early-week arrival also gives him time to prove he can play, or is at least better than the depth the Saints already have. Second-year defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth is on the practice squad after logging 300-plus snaps last season, and the Saints can promote him on game day if they feel he’s shown more than McGill has in practice. If McGill impresses, they can hold onto both players.

Because the Saints play on ‘Monday Night Football’ with the Indianapolis Colts this week, their practice schedule and injury report rollout are going to be arriving a day later than fans are used to. So we won’t find out much more on any of these players until the first Saints injury report is released on Thursday, rather than the typical Wednesday.

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Vinny Curry is not projected to be worth a roster spot based on total fantasy points the rest of the season. His 5 projected fantasy points puts him at #102 behind Nate Orchard and ahead of Ifeadi Odenigbo. He has averaged 2.31 fantasy points in his past 21 games, which is slightly less than our projected per game average. His projected per game average is 2.4 fantasy points. His rank based on avg proj (#104) is worse than his rank based on total fantasy points. Vinny Curry is expected to come up short of this season-to-date’s #93 fantasy position rank.

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Vinny Curry is projected for 2.5 fantasy points in week 16 which only ranks him as the #98 projected defensive lineman and not a fantasy relevant player for the week. He is ranked above Antwaun Woods but behind Trey Hendrickson. Week 17 will not be as good based on projected rank (#110). He is projected for 2.4 fantasy points.

The tables below show projected stats (totals and averages) for the rest of the season and upcoming weeks. Also included are actual stats from the current and last season.

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Late in the fourth quarter during the New Orleans Saints’ matchup with the San Francisco 49ers, Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport fell to the turf and clutched at his left leg. He was able to walk off the field under his own power after sustaining the non-contact injury, but did not return to the game.

On Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network reported that Davenport suffered a “significant foot injury” on Sunday, and will undergo season-ending surgery. It’s a big loss for the Saints’ defense, as Davenport had taken a big step forward in his second season.

The former first-round pick recorded 22 combined tackles and 4.5 sacks in his rookie season but has played a much larger role this year. In 13 games, Davenport recorded 31 combined tackles, three forced fumbles, and six sacks, which ranks second on the team. The Saints’ defense has recorded 43 sacks this season, which is tied for fourth-most in the NFL.

The dynamic duo of Cameron Jordan and Davenport has been effective this season, but the Saints will have to move forward without their breakout second-year starter. Trey Hendrickson is slated behind Davenport on the depth chart and should expect to be named the new starter opposite of Jordan. The third-year defensive end has recorded 14 combined tackles and four sacks so far this season.

It’s a big hit to a Super Bowl contender that just suffered a tough, 48-46 loss to another NFC contender. The 10-3 Saints have already clinched the NFC South, and host the Indianapolis Colts on “Monday Night Football” this week.

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Like many of his teammates and peers across the NFL, New Orleans Saints rookie center Erik McCoy will represent a cause on his feet this Sunday.

The shoes McCoy will wear against the San Francisco 49ers as part of the “My Cause, My Cleats” campaign are somewhat understated, a fairly straightforward mix of white and mottled blue with gold laces. But the message written on them is anything but.

Inscribed in neat block lettering near the ankle is “NOT FOR SALE.” That is a nod to the group McCoy chose to support this week, the International Justice Mission (IJM), a global organization that seeks to end modern-day slavery in forms like sex trafficking or forced labor.

The IJM focuses its efforts in the developing world, partnering with local authorities and law enforcement to rescue victims and reform the systems in those areas that allow these endemic problems to persist.

“Man, that’s a really cool cause,” McCoy said. “They’re doing what a lot of people aren’t, going into the slums of poor countries and trying to pull people out who are victims of slavery.”

It’s an organization several Saints players, past and present, are familiar with. Former Saints tight end Benjamin Watson and current Saints receiver Austin Carr went to the Dominican Republic in the summer of 2018 with IJM.

Carr made a second trip to Guatemala with the organization this past summer with former Saints defensive end Geneo Grissom as part of the IJM’s ‘Team Freedom,’ a coalition of professional athletes who have partnered with the group.

Carr was also set to represent IJM with his cleats this week, but was sent to injured reserve a few weeks ago.

“Joining the Team Freedom group to fight against sex trafficking and human exploitation is an awesome opportunity to love your neighbors as yourself,” Carr told the New Orleans Advocate | Times-Picayune this summer.

McCoy’s fiancée, Bianca Soliz, introduced him to IJM this year after she spoke with Austin and Erica Carr about it. The organization spoke to him, in part, because he has family members who are victims of sexual assault.

McCoy also saw the way his teammates’ visit abroad raised awareness in those countries, seeing a spike in media coverage that brought more eyeballs on the larger issue.

He has not yet been heavily involved in humanitarian efforts, with the lone thing he could think of being a mission trip he took to Haiti when he was a senior at Texas A&M, but it is an area where he is looking to expand personally considering the platform he is afforded as an NFL football player.

“We have an opportunity and experience that a lot of people don’t have,” McCoy said. “And bringing light to issues like this that don’t get a lot of media coverage outside of the local area they’re in, it’s something I’ve always wanted to do.”

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There is nothing sweeter for NFL players than revenge. New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook experienced that feeling on Sunday with a 61-yard touchdown against his former team.

New Orleans needed an offensive spark trailing 14-3 before halftime. When Drew Brees saw Cook left open downfield, he hit him in stride for the huge play. Cook then turned upfield and, with the help of Alvin Kamara’s blocking, sprinted down the sideline for the revenge touchdown against the Tennessee Titans.

Tennessee drafted Cook with its third-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. After showing flashes in his four seasons with the Titans, he bounced around the league and has established himself as one of the NFC’s best pass-catching tight ends.

It had to feel great for Cook to make the big play against his former team. Now the Saints will hope the Titans forget about him again, so he can make this revenge game even sweeter.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Marvin Harrison’s NFL record of 143 catches in a season was so impressive that it stood for 17 years — and no one came within even six catches of it.

Until Sunday, when New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas broke Harrison’s mark with one game to spare.

Thomas is now up to 145 catches on the year after he caught 12 passes for 136 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s 38-28 come-from-behind victory over the Tennessee Titans.

Thomas caught his 143rd pass of the season with his 11th reception of the game.

It is the ninth time this season that “Can’t Guard Mike” has caught double-digit passes in a game.

“To be honest, it doesn’t really mean nothing,” said Thomas, who has insisted all year that he is more concerned about getting to the Super Bowl than breaking records or earning league MVP votes. “I don’t take it for granted. But the fact that we still have more goals as a team — as far as not the individual stuff that comes along with it — I would be selfish to be like, ‘Oh, I just caught all these passes and did all this.’ Ultimately I was catching the passes to win the game, to help my team be in the position we’re in now.

“So I just want to keep catching passes and end up where we’re gonna be. … That’s ultimately what I’m here to do, and I feel like if I continue to do that I’ll get more passes and I’ll break more records.”

The Saints (12-3) are still stuck as the NFC’s No. 3 seed despite their come-from-behind win on Sunday — though they could potentially move up to No. 1 or No. 2 if the Green Bay Packers lose one of their final two games.

Thomas said he respects Harrison as a “tremendous player” and a “real professional, the way he went about his business.”

And he actually knows Harrison’s son, who is going to play for Thomas’ former college team at Ohio State.

“Just to be in this position right now, it’s a blessing,” said Thomas, who also took time to credit each of the three quarterbacks who have thrown him passes this year (Drew Brees, Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill) as well as each of New Orleans’ offensive linemen, among others.

Brees, meanwhile, raved about Thomas’ notorious level of passion and intensity — laughing when asked if Thomas is as “laid back” about the record around his teammates as he is with the media.

“I wouldn’t say ‘laid back’ is Mike T.,” Brees said. “He’s a fierce competitor, and I think there’s a great sense of urgency with everything that Mike does. We see that on the practice field every day, see it in the locker room. He’s also a fun-loving guy, loves his teammates …

“He just has an engine, he’s got a fire that I think is pretty rare.”

The three-time Pro Bowler could become the first receiver to get NFL MVP votes since Randy Moss in 1998 — especially because his performance didn’t drop off one bit when backup Bridgewater replaced Brees for five-plus games early in the season. Thomas’ record-tying 143rd catch came from third-string quarterback Hill on Sunday.

Thomas is also a candidate to become the second receiver to win the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year award. (Jerry Rice won it in 1987 and 1993.)

However, Thomas has insisted throughout this historic season that, “I’m not really focused on that. I’m just trying to go to the Super Bowl.”

“It’s cool. I mean, it’s a blessing, I guess, to be in that category,” Thomas said of the MVP talk. “But the individual awards don’t last as much as a championship and being able to celebrate with your team and just that whole experience.

“When you play at a high level, a lot of good things come with that.”

Thomas, who was drafted in the second round out of Ohio State in 2016, briefly became the highest-paid receiver in NFL history this past summer when he signed a five-year extension worth between $19.25 million and $20 million per year.

Thomas has already shattered the NFL record for catches in the first four seasons of a career; he is now at 466 catches — 66 ahead of Cleveland’s Jarvis Landry in second place. In fact, Thomas needs just 16 catches to pass Landry for the most catches in the first five seasons of a career.

Thomas also passed Moss on Sunday for the most receiving yards through a player’s first four seasons.

Thomas has led all NFL receivers in catch rate over the past two years, catching nearly 85% of the passes thrown his way.

The physical 6-foot-3, 212-pounder has a great catch radius because of his size. He also has reliable hands — as he has demonstrated with just one drop in his past 25 games.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The national anthem has been a contentious topic for the NFL, but wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. made sure a young fan knew what to do during a recent performance.

The Cleveland native, who currently plays for the New Orleans Saints, was seen on television ahead of the Nov. 24 game against the Carolina Panthers coaching the fan by placing the right hand over the child’s heart instead of the left.

The video has since been shared on Facebook more than 10,000 times and has over 499,000 views.

Protests from NFL players during the national anthem started in 2016, but Commissioner Roger Goodell implemented policy requiring all team personnel to “stand and show respect for the flag” in 2018.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — For some reason, the Tennessee Titans kept kicking the ball to Deonte Harris, and the New Orleans Saints’ Pro Bowl return man had no problem continuing to make them pay.

Harris averaged 37.5 yards on his four kickoff returns, including gains of 41, 47 and 37 yards. The Titans were not forcing him to make a decision about whether to bring the ball out, as each of those kickoffs were caught a yard or two shy of the goal line.

“I think with the conditions today it was hard for them to kick out of the back of the endzone, so the only thing they could do is cover,” Harris said.

By the time the fourth quarter came around, Tennessee had grown wis and decided it was better not to continue playing with fire. The Titans last kickoff settled well short of where Harris was, and it was fielded by up-back Dwayne Washington.

Harris finished the game with 171 total return yards, with 150 yards on four kick returns and 21 yards on four punt returns (with a long of 12). His two long returns in the second half both set up short-field touchdown drives for the Saints.

“Those returns were something,” said Saints coach Sean Payton. “The field position it put us in was really good, and it had a lot to do with us winning the game.”

It marked the second time in the last three weeks the 5-foot-6 Harris has had an outsize influence on the game as a return man. Two weeks ago against the San Francisco 49ers, Harris recorded 192 punt and kick return yards.

This has not been anything especially new for Harris, who made the Pro Bowl as a return specialist in this his rookie season after completing a record-setting career as a return man at Division II Assumption College.

And if teams decide to start kicking away from him, like they did while he was at Assumption? He’s cool with that.

“It’s a blessing,” Harris said. “Just to know that teams respect you. For me to be a rookie and teams already starting to respect me as returner is big.”