Remi Ayodele

#92DT,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 318
Born:
College: Oklahoma
Birth Place: Grand Prairie, Texas
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Saints' Nick Fairley ruled out for 2017 due to heart issue

    METAIRIE, La. --? New Orleans Saints defensive tackle Nick Fairley was placed on season-ending injured reserve Monday, and his career appears to be in jeopardy because of a heart issue. Fairley, 29, has consulted with at least three specialists this offseason -- at least one of whom suggested he should no longer play football, according to Saints coach Sean Payton. Payton recently said that both Fairley and the team were waiting on the results of a third opinion. It's unclear what those results were. But ultimately, the Saints did not want to risk putting Fairley on the field this season. Neither the Saints nor Fairley nor his representatives have commented on the decision. It's unclear if Fairley

  • Latavius Murray expecting to be 'the guy' in Minnesota Vikings backfield
    UPI3 hours ago

    Latavius Murray expecting to be 'the guy' in Minnesota Vikings backfield

    June 27 (UPI) -- Despite missing the Minnesota Vikings' offseason program, Latavius Murray believes he'll beat out rookie Dalvin Cook for the running back job. Murray appeared on Tuesday's Good Morning Football, where he said he would be the Vikings' starting running back in the team's season opener on Sept. 11 against the New Orleans Saints. "Settle this once and for all...I know where your mind set is. First and ten from the 25, first snap of the year for the Minnesota Vikings, are you on the field?" a Good Morning Football host asked Murray. "I'm on the field," Murray responded. "I'm getting the ball." The Vikings dedicated resources to replacing franchise leader Adrian Peterson this offseason,

  • CB Marshon Lattimore still adjusting to new system
    Saints Wire

    CB Marshon Lattimore still adjusting to new system

    For even for the most talented prospects, cornerback is one of the hardest positions to play in the league. Many young corners have a hard time early in their career when first transitioning from college to the NFL level, and Marshon Lattimore is not immune to these common struggles. Seen as one of the top defensive players available in the 2017 draft, Lattimore is expected to help transform the dismal Saints pass defense, but here in the dog-days of summer, he’s still adjusting to his new role and team. Luckily for Lattimore, he has plenty of familiar faces around him. He’s joining a secondary that contains fellow Buckeye Vonn Bell, and in practice, he’s often lined up against another former