Keenan Lewis RUMORS & NEWS

  • Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis still looking for R-E-S-P-E-C-T

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "There's a hairline difference between cockiness and confidence. New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis often smudges the line. For example ... "I want to be the best," Lewis said. "I respect those guys -- Patrick Peterson, Richard Sherman and them. But it's time Keenan Lewis can be..." August 14

  • CB Keenan Lewis practices fully, likely to play Saturday

    ESPN.com "New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis, who suffered a concussion in the team's win over the Philadelphia Eagles this past weekend, practiced fully on Wednesday, meaning he's likely to play Saturday against the Seattle Seahawks. However, the Saints were without running back Pierre Thomas..." January 09

  • CB Keenan Lewis practices fully

    ESPN.com "New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis practiced fully on Wednesday, confirming that he will almost certainly play Saturday against the Seattle Seahawks. However, the Saints were without running back Pierre Thomas (chest), who appears to be a long shot to return this weekend. Guard Jahri..." January 08

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    Mike Triplett @MikeTriplett

    #Saints CB Keenan Lewis said he expects to play. Was able to participate in practice - but Saints didn't specify how much. First report Wed.

  • Payton declines to predict whether Keenan Lewis will play Saturday

    Pro Football Talk "There’s no new news to report on the health of one of the Saints’ key secondary players. Asked Sunday whether he believed cornerback Keenan Lewis would be ready for Saturday’s divisional-round game at Seattle, coach Sean Payton declined to make a prediction. “We’ll keep you guys posted on..." January 06

  • Steelers 2013 Free Agency: Signing Keenan Lewis or letting him walk

    Behind The Steel Curtain "The difficulty of finding balance between the present and the future has to keep NFL general managers awake plenty often throughout the year. The Steelers find themselves stuck fighting that balance, while recognizing the pull of inertia from one year to the next can be quite powerful, and the..." February 06