Last week a few of the most popular and productive members of the New Orleans Saints defense received dead fish wrapped in their jerseys when the front office released cornerback Jabari Greer, defensive end Will Smith and strong …
The latest edition of The Times' NFL power rankings are out, and we have a new No. 1 team ... The Saints won when New Orleans cornerback Jabari Greer batted away a fourth-down pass by the Falcons, who were two yards away from …
Sutton finished with 37 passes defended from the cornerback position. That broke the school mark held by former Vols …
Due to an injury to Roman Harper, Rafael Bush has seen considerable time and has been an adequate replacement. Cornerback Jabari Greer will likely have the difficult task of going up against Brandon Marshall. Marshall has about a …
This early play was the high point of the first game against the Saints. It went downhill from there. The ball is snapped. The O-line hold down their men, with Cameron Morrah and Marshawn Lynch helping out on the left side. A blitzing LB …
and Jabari Greer – SPORTSCENTRE delivers an essay from Tim Graham, focusing on Atlanta Falcons’ quarterback …
Defensive end Tyrunn Walker (knee), safety Isa Abdul-Quddus (ankle), cornerbacks Chris Carr (knee) and Jabari Greer (back) and guards Jahri Evans (hamstring) and Tim Lelito (calf) were limited. … Wide receiver Marques Colston (foot), …
Later in the first half, cornerback Jabari Greer intercepted Tannehill and returned the theft to the MIA 23 yard line for a 22 yard gain. Greer’s theft led to an 11 yard Sproles swing route touchdown catch that boosted the Saints lead to 21-10 …
"How we learn from our mistakes is the measure of who we are." --Saints cornerback Jabari Greer served as one of the guest columnists for SI.com senior writer Peter King while he is on vacation. Greer's "Monday Morning Quarterback" …
Fortunately for the New Orleans Saints, the beginning of free agency was more important to the majority of us fans of loser teams, so a lot of us checked out on that whole “paying players to hurt opponents” things. Still, some Saints players …