Joe Horn is 122nd in NFL Receiving Stats
New Orleans Saints Lance Moore Out-Performs Joe Horn
November 11, 2007 - After 9 games this year, Ex-New Orleans Saint, Joe Horn is doing ok. Joe Horn ranks 122nd in the NFL receiving stats with 18 receptions for 165 yards and 0 touchdownS. Meanwhile, New Orleans Saint, Lance Moore ranks 98th in the NFL receiving stats with 21 receptions for 225 yards and 1 touchdown. Lance Moore ranks 4th of the New Orleans Saints wide-receiver corps. Joe Horn is lagging his old Saints team-mates.
Four time Pro-Bowler, Joe Horn returns to the Superdome
New Orleans Saints beat the Atlanta Falcons 22-16
October 21, 2007 - Wecome back Joe Horn! A booing Superdome crowd welcomed Joe Horn back to New Orleans, as his Atlanta Falcons come-up short and lose the the New Orleans Saints 22-16. Joe Horn said, "I didn't expect everybody to cheer me. I still love the fans. Some of them booed, but I'm sure in their heart they still love me. I understood. I just smiled and kept going on my way."
March 7, 2007 - Free Agent Joe Horn, has agreed to a four-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons, the New Orleans' Saints oldest rival. Horn signed a four-year, $19 million contract with $7.5 million guaranteed in the first two years. Horn said, "I love New Orleans. I always will. But I do want to say this: One man's trash could be another man's treasure."
March 1, 2007 - Free Agent Joe Horn, on his release from the New Orleans Saints: "This town isn't big enough for Joe Horn and Sean Payton." In the second year of a six-year, $41 million contract extension he signed May 6, 2005, Horn was due a $4.45 million base salary for the 2007 season, plus a $1 million dollar roster bonus on March 15, 2007. The total Joe Horn was set to earn with the New Orleans Saints in 2007 was $5.55 million.
January 10, 2007 - Joe Horn, on his playing status for the playoffs: "I told Coach Payton I would risk ripping the groin completely of the bone to help this team. I don't know what might happen tomorrow. It could be your last game. Hopefully, I'm here. I don't wee any reason why I wouldn't see any reason why I wouldn't be, but that's out of my control and I can't worry about it".
September 26, 2006 - Joe Horn, on the New Orleans Saints' 23-3 win against Atlanta on Monday Night Football (MNF) return to the Superdome: "We shocked a lot of people who thought we'd get our (butts) kicked". Full story: Superdome re-opening on MNF
December 16, 2005 - Joe Horn, on Hurricane Katrina: "Seeing that on TV and crying my eyes out in California, I wanted to be on that bridge. I wanted to go back home and help all those senior citizens out of their homes, and I couldn't. It wasn't about football to me. My heart went out to those babies on the streets, those people in the Superdome, and I wanted to help. I wanted to steal a bus and drive those people to Houston. I wanted to be a part of that bandwagon. That's why Joe Horn wants to go back to New Orleans and Louisiana, so I can at least be a part of the rebuilding process before I retire."
December 14, 2003 - Joe Horn, on his cell-phone touchdown dance versus the New York Giants: "I'll probably get fined for it, and I think it's ridiculous." Full story: Joe Horn cell-phone
September 12, 2003 - Joe Horn, on his relationship with the fans: "I want people to remember that I stayed in a high school stadium until 11 o'clock at night and gave a kid an autograph. When I'm the only guy left, and the lights are off, and I'm there with a dad and his son who had to fight the mosquitoes of until the end, that's how I want to be remembered. If I'm only remembered for what I did on the football field, then that would be an embarrassment to me."
December 18, 2002 - Joe Horn, on his well-publicized fear of flying: "I don't like flying at all" ...
December 23, 2000 - Joe Horn, on a life's worth of hardships, doubts and indignities: "That's the thing about me. A lot of people say forgive and forget. I can forgive, but I can't forget. I don't forget nobody that looked at me and said, 'Son, you're wasting your time.' Management, teams, coaches. I remember every conversation. I don't forget nothing, man."
February 13, 2000 - Joe Horn, upon signing a four-year $11.2 million deal with the New Orleans Saints: "My number 1 goal is to come here and really try to make plays and try to win games for the New Orleans Saints".
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