Subsequently, the Saints have fired two orthopedists from their medical staff, Deryk Jones and Misty Suri. According to Triplett's source, Breaux's injury originally was thought to be a bruise, but after his leg was slow to heal, it was discovered that he had a fractured fibula that will require surgery and cause him to miss four to six weeks.
Breaux, who also dealt with a shoulder injury, only played in sixh games last season.
Supreme Court orders NIA probe into Kerala woman's conversion and marriage case
The court ordered that National Investigation Agency (NIA) will probe the case under the supervision of Justice RV Raveendran . The NIA has written to the state police chief seeking information about similar cases of forced conversion.
Payton confirmed the doctors' dismissal after practice, Wednesday. New Orleans cut him in April 2009, and he's been a Saints assistant coach ever since.
Payton held a meeting with the team on Tuesday night to reveal the news of Jones' and Suri's removal and he said that the move was not only a result of Breaux's misdiagnosis. "For years, those guys have done a great job and yet there was a point at which we just felt as an organization that change was going to be necessary for us".
Lastest trailer shows The Evil Within the photographs
The Evil Within 2 will be released on October 13, a Friday fittingly enough, on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. And for whatever reason, he sees Lily as "the key to unlocking the potential of this world".
"You're always trying to get the best opinion possible", Payton said, via Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk.
Trump Attacks Merck CEO for Resigning from a White House Manufacturing Council
But the CEOs who quit Trump's advisory councils have said they resigned "on behalf of America's working people". Several companies that announced they were remaining with the council added their condemnation of racism.
This is an unfortunate situation for the Saints to be so close to the start of the regular season, but at least they now have some solid answers.