Saints wide receiver Marques Colston has never been to Hawaii. His teammates would like to see him go the all-expenses-paid route, with what would be his first Pro Bowl selection.

The conference and bowl game are now in their 13th season together, and Sun Belt teams have won the game seven times, including four straight.

Between Jonathan Vilma's latest knee surgery and Curtis Lofton's mysterious absence late last week, it's hard to know who might see the most work at inside linebacker in the Saints' new defensive scheme. Good thing for New Orleans that it appears to have solid depth in that area.

The New Orleans Saints have terminated the contracts of reserve quarterback Seneca Wallace and receivers Steve Breaston and Patrick Crayton, placed defensive end Kenyon Coleman on injured reserve and waive five others.

Conference commissioner says it makes sense for the league to have a permanent presence in the stadium where one of its top teams play in a bowl game each season.

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