New Orleans could look to free agency at a back like Orleans Darkwa to add another powerful back for the first four weeks of the season to avoid putting too large a workload on Kamara.
Ingram is coming off his second Pro Bowl season for the Saints. Ingram is headed into a contract season, and the Saints will probably be preparing to move on.
Rep: Manziel hospitalized after med reaction
Manizel was reportedly in town to attend a concert and play in a golf tournament hosted by former Texas A&M teammate Mike Evans . It sounds like Johnny Manziel is going to be just fine. 'It seems like he had a reaction to an adjustment in his prescription .
Ingram will still be permitted to participate in offseason workouts, training camp and the preseason, but he will not be able to practice or play in those first four games.
The National Football League announced on Tuesday that it's suspending New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram for using performance-enhancing drugs. He topped 1,000 total yards in each of the past four seasons and set career-highs in 2017 with 1,124 rushing yards and 12 rushing touchdowns on 230 carries. He caught 58 passes for 416 yards.
Minnesota Oncology to host free community skin cancer screenings
In fact, as many as 75 percent of cases in African-Americans appear on areas of the skin that don't get much sun at all. Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States.
Ingram will be eligible to return to game action October 8 against the Washington Redskins. The suspension has also forced the Saints, who have a desire to feature Kamara more and more prominently in the offense, to scale back any trade intentions for Ingram. Kamara, a 2017 third-round pick, recorded 728 rushing yards, 826 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns while pushing Adrian Peterson out of the depth chart by Week 5.
Texas woman's $18 Derby bet pays $1.2 million
Maraud won the American Turf Stakes in the ninth race, and Funny Duck took the Pat Day Mile race after facing 39-1 odds. That fifth race happened to be the Kentucky Derby . "I'd say we'll probably go".