Bleeding Green Nation "Eagles outside linebacker Connor Barwin is reaping the benefits of his great 2014 performance. Barwin's 14.5 sacks, which rank tied for fourth in the league, have helped him earn recognition he deserves. The 28-year-old player was named to the 2015 Pro Bowl along with earning second team AP..." January 16
SB Nation "The NFL's scouting combine is a coronation for some college players and a declaration for others. It also can serve as utter humiliation. In the 2005 version when Darren Sproles arrived from Kansas State and whizzed through the running back drills and compiled impressive test scores, he stood..." November 26
CSN Philly "It looked bad. Really bad. Like season-ending bad. Did you fear the worst, Darren Sproles was asked Tuesday? Did you fear a torn ACL? "I don't like saying that word,” the electrifying running back and returner said with a smile. "But yeah. ... I thought it was bad." No..." October 21
Newark Star-Ledger "His old team is 1-3 and coming off a blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Just don't expect Eagles running back Darren Sproles to be shedding any tears for the struggling New Orleans Saints, who traded him to Philadelphia in the offseason. “I felt disrespected there,’’ said Sproles, who has..." October 03
CSN Philly "He’s indispensable but not invincible. How well the Eagles do this season, whether they repeat as NFC East champions and go deep into the postseason, has quite a bit to do with LeSean McCoy. More specifically, it has quite a bit to do with McCoy’s health. A year ago, McCoy led the NFL in..." August 27
Philly.com "After a relatively slow first two days of free agency, the Eagles made a splash Thursday morning when they acquired running back/returner Darren Sproles from the Saints in a trade, according to an NFL source. The exact compensation for Sproles was not immediately known. The Eagles are expected..." March 14
One team making a push to trade for Saints RB Darren Sproles: the Washington Redskins. Sproles would be dynamic in Washington's backfield.
Saints still haven’t released RB Darren Sproles and now plan to trade him due to heavy interest, per ESPN source. Not being released, though
Saints shopping RB Pierre Thomas and WR Lance Moore to other teams, per sources, and even could be open to trading RB Darren Sproles also.
Darren sproles inactive tonight against falcons.
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Saints running back Darren Sproles said Wednesday he has passed concussion tests and is cleared to play Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys. Sproles sustained a concussion on the Saints' third offensive play against the New York Jets last Sunday after being tackled by safety..." November 07
#Saints RB Darren Sproles said he's fine, practiced today after going through concussion protocol. Full injury report at 3 central time.
NFL.com "Versatile running back Darren Sproles has been a major reason the New Orleans Saints have had a successful start to this season, but he wasn't a factor in Sunday's 26-20 loss to the New York Jets. Sproles left the game in the first quarter after colliding with Jets safety Antonio Allen on a..." November 03
ESPN "For the first 21 minutes of Monday night’s game the Miami Dolphins did something that no other defense had been able to do against the New Orleans Saints all season. They contained tight end Jimmy Graham holding him without a single catch. The only problem? The Dolphins allowed Saints running..." October 01
CBS Sports "Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson suffered a gruesome injury in his team's defeat to the Saints on Sunday as he lost part of his middle finger according to the Arizona Republic. At this point it's unclear exactly what happened to Johnson's left finger -- Somers acknowledged later that the injured..." September 23
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Yesterday I wrote about how tight end Jimmy Graham's potential to bounce back from a "down year" in 2012 might be the greatest reason for optimism surrounding the New Orleans Saints this season. I'd put tailback Darren Sproles in the same boat. Sproles also fell back down to earth last year..." June 05