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Brees, Thomas a little banged up

Monday, September 27, 2010, 10:05am

New Orleans Times-Picayune - [Full Article]

The Saints suffered from several nicks to key players, but none appears serious.

Quarterback Drew Brees gave the biggest scare when he got his left knee banged on the Saints' final possession of regulation, sending backup Chase Daniel to begin warming up.

But Brees managed to finish the contest, and, after the game, said he was OK.

Thomas injured his ankle with 17 seconds to play in regulation, but he was able to return.

Sunday, August 22, 2010, 9:05am - [Full Article]

No confetti floated down from the Superdome ceiling this time.

But the New Orleans Saints sure showed signs of the high-powered offense that helped them win big last season in their first home game since the NFC championship.

The Saints held the football for 40 minutes, ran 75 offensive plays and rushed for 198 yards in a 38-20 victory over the Houston Texans on Saturday night.

Drew Brees , who played for only one quarter, led New Orleans to two touchdowns - handing off to Bush for a 9-yard score and leaping over center for a 1-yard TD that put New Orleans up 14-0.

There was not much of a dropoff when Chase Daniel took over in the second quarter. The Saints outgained Houston 409 yards to 291 and had the football for 40 minutes.

Brees completed five of 10 passes for 36 yards for the defending Super Bowl champs.

Daniel worked the last three quarters and completed 15 of 21 passes for 182 yards and three touchdowns. He was intercepted once.

Houston quarterback Matt Schaub was 8 of 10 for 117 yards. Dan Orlovsky was 12 of 19 for 140 yards and a touchdown.

The Texans did little to sort out their running back situation. Arian Foster started Saturday's game, and had six carries for 28 yards and a touchdown, but lost a fumble in the second quarter.

Steve Slaton - Foster's main challenger for the starting spot - ran five times for 19 yards, Slaton also had two kick returns for 88 yards, including one for 68 yards.

The Saints ran for 198 yards, including 66 by rookie Chris Ivory.

Kris Brown has been the Texans' kicker since the franchise began. This year he's competing with Neil Rackers. Houston coach Gary Kubiak said preseason performance will settle the competition. Against the Saints, Rackers kicked a 52-yard field goal and Brown hit a 43-yarder.

Shockey, Meachem active vs. Vikings

Sunday, January 24, 2010, 5:42pm - [Full Article]

Here are the Saints inactives:

QB Chase Daniel (3rd QB), CB Malcom Jenkins, LB Anthony Waters, G Jamar Nesbit, TE Darnell Dinkins, TE Tory Humphrey, WR Adrian Arrington, and DE Paul Spicer.

McAllister inactive for Saints

Saturday, January 16, 2010, 4:25pm - [Full Article]

Inactive for the Saints: running back Deuce Mcallister, safety Chris Reis, linebacker Anthony Waters, guard Jamar Nesbit, tight end Darnell Dinkins, tight end Tory Humphrey and defensive end Paul Spicer. Chase Daniel is the third quarterback.

Deuce is back for the Saints

Friday, January 15, 2010, 12:50pm

Pro Football Talk - [Full Article]

A league source tells us that veteran running back Deuce Mcallister will be rejoining the Saints in time for Saturday's home playoff game against the Cardinals.

The Saints could easily clear a roster spot by cutting quarterback Chase Daniel, who was signed two weeks ago for the regular-season finale, given that quarterback Drew Brees was given the day off.

McAllister was released by the Saints in the offseason, and he has since signed with no one. He has a four-game suspension hanging over his head, given his membership in the StarCaps six.

But with the league suspending all suspensions pending resolution of the litigation filed by Vikings defensive tackles Pat and Kevin Williams, McAllister is free to sign with any team.

Running back Pierre Thomas has been practicing this week with a rib injury, and it's possible the McAllister would actually be needed. The more likely explanation is that the Saints are hoping to blow the roof off the Superdome on Saturday after slumping down the stretch.

Saints promote Chase Daniel to active roster

Saturday, January 2, 2010, 1:15pm

Times-Picayune - [Full Article]

The New Orleans Saints made two roster moves Friday in preparation for Sunday's regular-season finale at Carolina. They cut veteran cornerback Mike McKenzie and promoted quarterback Chase Daniel from the practice squad to the active roster.

Daniel is expected to backup Mark Brunell against the Panthers as the Saints rest starter Drew Brees. McKenzie's departure means it's likely starting cornerback Jabari Greer will be healthy enough to play Sunday. Greer has missed the last seven weeks with a sports hernia. McKenzie joined the Saints at midseason after a run of injuries to cornerbacks. It wouldn't e surprising if he he is re-signed after the Panthers game.

Saints' Brees to be No. 3 QB

Saturday, January 2, 2010, 9:33am

ESPN - [Full Article]

With the No. 1 seed in the NFC all sewn up, the New Orleans Saints will rest Pro Bowl quarterback Drew Brees and will start Mark Brunell in Sunday's regular season finale against the Carolina Panthers, according to a report in the Times-Picayune on Friday.

The report states Brees will be the third-string emergency quarterback on Sunday behind Brunell and Chase Daniel.

Saints to keep Ks Carney and Hartley

Tuesday, October 13, 2009, 7:33pm

New Orleans Times-Picayune - [Full Article]

The Saints waived rookie quarterback Chase Daniel on Monday to make room for kicker Garrett Hartley, who returned from a four-game suspension.

It's not clear what Hartley's role will be. The Saints are set with veteran kicker John Carney handling field goals and extra points, and rookie punter Thomas Morstead has excelled on kickoffs.

Most likely, Hartley will be deactivated on game days, at least in the short term.

With Final Cuts, Redskins Reduce Roster to 53

Saturday, September 5, 2009, 8:34pm - [Full Article]

The Redskins have cut the following players:

Robbie Agnone TE Undrafted Rookie

Anthony Alridge RB First-year Player

Jeremy Bridges G/T 7-year Vet

Scott Burley T Undrafted Rookie

Alex Buzbee DE First-year Player

Chase Daniel QB Undrafted Rookie

Antonio Dixon DT Undrafted Rookie

Dominique Dorsey RB First-year Player

Doug Dutch CB Undrafted Rookie

Keith Eloi WR Undrafted Rookie

Cody Glenn LB 2009 5th-Round Draft Pick

D.j. Hackett WR 6-Year Vet

Lendy Holmes S Undrafted Rookie

Rob Jackson DE 2008 7th-Round Draft Pick

Dave Rayner K 4-year Vet

Rueben Riley G First-year Player

Trent Shelton WR First-year Player

J.D. Skolnitsky DE Undrafted Rookie

Robert Thomas LB 8-year Vet

Eddie Williams FB 2009 7th-Round Draft Pick

Darrel Young LB Undrafted Rookie

WAS: Brennan confident

Wednesday, August 26, 2009, 10:22am

Washington Times - [Full Article]

Despite a 10.1 passer rating in the first two games and the emergence of rookie Chase Daniel, QB Colt Brennan remains upbeat about making the team. Brennan was Mr. August last year but is only 4-for-12 for 43 yards and one interception this month.

"I'm not going to let that deter or discourage me at all," he said. "I have an opportunity the next two weeks to go out and do some good things. I'm excited to make something happen."

Zorn said Todd Collins has a firm grip on the No. 2 job, leaving Brennan and Daniel to play the final preseason game Sept. 3 at Jacksonville for the final roster spot.

"I've always said Colt's trying to battle for the No. 2 spot with Todd, but I think we saw that Todd was not willing to bow down and give that up, so the competition is for the No. 3 spot," Zorn said. "Chase is making a statement about that."

Daniel looks sharp in first action

Sunday, August 23, 2009, 11:55am

Washington Times - [Full Article]

While starting quarterback Jason Campbell struggled again for the Washington Redskins in their 17-13 preseason victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday night, rookie free agent Chase Daniel looked good in his first NFL action.
Daniel then scrambled for 22 yards on third-and-11 to keep his second series going, putting the Redskins on the Pittsburgh 39 as the fourth quarter began.

Daniel was sacked for a 12-yard loss by former Missouri teammate Ziggy Hood two plays later and was run out of bounds by Hood again on the next play. The Redskins had to punt, but Fred Davis forced returner Joe Burnett to fumble. On the next play, Daniel hit Davis over the middle for an 18-yard touchdown that gave Washington a 17-13 lead.

Daniel finished 6-for-8 for 58 yards and the two scores. Campbell completed just one of seven passes for 10 yards against the Steelers' starting defense.

Undrafted Missouri QB Daniel joins Redskins

Monday, May 11, 2009, 10:26am


Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel, a former Heisman Trophy finalist who wasn't chosen in the NFL draft, agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins on Monday.