NEW ORLEANS - Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says the NFL conceeded that it has no ownership rights to the Fleur-de-Lis or the Saints cheer 'Who Dat'.
The NFL is objecting to shirts marketed as official Saints gear or an NFL product.
The Obama administration's plan to cut more than $1 trillion from the deficit over the next decade relies heavily on so-called backdoor tax increases that will result in a bigger tax bill for middle-class families.
Kentucky star John Wall insists he 'loves' coach John Calipari and
the freshman guard says his complaint following a win over
Vanderbilt last weekend that he wasn't having any fun was simply a
sign of frustration.
Gilbert Arenas insists he now understands that 'guns and violence
are serious problems, not joking matters.'
In an op-ed piece written for The Washington Post and put on
the newspaper's Web site Monday, the suspended Washington Wizards
Louisiana's attorney general said Monday that local T-shirt makers
don't need the National Football League's permission to sell shirts
with the phrase "Who Dat," as long as they don't make other
references to the New Orleans Saints or NFL.