Patrick Crayton

#86WR,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 205
Born:
College: Northwestern Oklahoma State
Birth Place: DeSoto, Texas
Draft: 2004 7th round (15th pick) by the
  • Predicting the NFL's next big-money QB deals
    ESPN.com2 hours ago

    Predicting the NFL's next big-money QB deals

    Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer Close Joined ESPN in 2011 New Jersey native and author of two published novels Follow on Twitter Derek Carr got his new contract from the Oakland Raiders last week -- a sweet, $25-million-a-year job with $40 million in full guarantees at the time of signing. It's the latest big quarterback deal to be handed out, but it surely won't be the last. Who will be next? Which quarterbacks will be looking for (and receiving) new contracts in the coming months and years? Let's take a look at the next several guys in line for big quarterback deals and hereby present our best guess as to the order in which they will sign them. With one year and $16.5 million left on his contract,

  • Countdown to Saints Kickoff: A History of No. 78
    Canal Street Chronicles

    Countdown to Saints Kickoff: A History of No. 78

    Seventy-eight days remain until the New Orleans Saints begin their 2017 season against the Minnesota Vikings. Canal Street Chronicles continues our own countdown to kickoff, and today we will have a look at some of the Saints players that have worn the number 78. Glen Ray Hines (OT, 1971-1972) A former AFL All-star, Hines played his first five seasons with the Houston Oilers before joining New Orleans in 1971. He provided excellent pass protection on the right side for the Saints and their young quarterback, Archie Manning. Hines was also a model of durability, starting 115 straight games in his career, including 28 with New Orleans. He left the Saints after the '72 season to play his final year

  • Former Tulane football player Devon Walker continues to inspire while being inspired
    The Advocate

    Former Tulane football player Devon Walker continues to inspire while being inspired

    Devon Walker and Steve Gleason sat side-by-side in one corner of Tulane's Fogelman Arena Saturday night, much like they do in the Mercedes Benz Superdome to watch every Saints game.   But unlike those Sundays in the Dome, the final score of the second annual Devon Walker Celebrity Charity Basketball Game didn't matter. This game was all about Walker, the former Tulane football player who was paralyzed five years ago during a Green Wave game, and the Devon Walker Foundation that helps those with spinal cord injuries. "I'm just trying to reach out to as many people as I can to see what people out there need help as far as equipment or financial backing so they can go on with their everyday lives,"