Darren Sproles returns to Kansas for his annual camp

Darren Sproles Celebrates His 30th B-Day

It was good to see us back on top, Sproles said. He added that it feels good to hear the Wildcats thrown into the discussion of best college teams when hes around his NFL teammates. Sproles hasnt been on the K-State campus in four years, although he visits Kansas every year. He remains in contact with coach Bill Snyder and last spoke to him about a month ago. Sproles said Snyder helped him as an individual and a football player. He was real strict on us, Sproles said. I think that was good because now when you leave that program, youre on time, stuff like that, it was like little things. That was real big with him. Those little things are some lessons that Sproles and his wife, Michel, now teach to teenagers at the Sproles Empowered Youth Boys Camp in Olathe.

Fantasy Football Player Profile – Darren Sproles, RB

Who should we thank for this particular guy falling to the Saints? Same rules apply. First picks between 1985 and 2010, and of course it must be a player at the same position being drafted before the guy the Saints drafted. Saints did… Via The Saints Nation | March 07, 2013 Andrew, Kevin, and our fearless leader Dave are all together to discuss Mickey Loomis’ magic to get the Saints under the salary cap. The downside as Dave explains is that the 2013 Saints defense will look a lot like the 2012 defense. Andrew makes the great point that the Saints moves so far this off season show they still believe in their defensive talent for next year.

He took to Twitter to squash the garbage story on Friday. I am fine, Not sure where the car accident story came from. It is not true. I appreciate everyones concern but I am ALL GOOD! he posted. The fake… Via isportsweb.com | 11 days ago The NFL Top 100 Players of 2013 presented by NFL.com, a list compiled by votes from current NFL players, is near completion. Though the list is just a matter of opinion, there has been an absolute egregious omission from the listNew Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham. Graham, the catalyst of a high powered passing attack, was inexplicably left off this list.

Saints RB Sproles out with hand injury

He ranks second on the team in receiving (39 receptions, 323 yards, four touchdowns), third in rushing (26 carries, 117 yards) and handles both kickoffs (averaging 28.7 yards per return) and punts (a 6.6-yard average). “We have pretty good running backs around here and this is part of the National Football League with injuries,” Vitt said. “It’s next man up. We will miss Darren Sproles, but this is going to be a great opportunity for some of our other running backs to receive some more reps and show what they can do.” The greater concern is who will take over the returns. Rookie Travaris Cadet handled those duties at Appalachian State and got a look in both roles during the preseason.

Sean Payton, Lance Moore, Darren Sproles Will Speak at Tulane Football’s Women’s Clinic

at The Crystal Palace in Harvey, La. The First Down Divas Women’s Football Clinic is an opportunity for women to learn and further understand the game of football Along with Football 101 instruction from Green Wave coaching staff and Saints standouts, there will also be a live auction, door prizes, food and drinks and all proceeds will benefit the Devon Walker Fund, specifically Devon’s Den. Tulane senior football player Devon Walker was injured in the second season of the 2012 campaign and will need ongoing medical care. With the generous support of all the participants in the First Down Divas Football Clinic, the goal is to help offset some of Devon’s medical/living expenses. Devon’s Den is the addition of a bathroom and bedroom to the Walker house in Destrehan. The addition will include the technology necessary for Devon’s health and safety, as well as, enable him to continue his course work at Tulane. To register for the event and choose from the four different packages, please download the Registration Form .

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