Coach Sean Payton said Monday rookie Terron Armstead will "absolutely" remain the Saints' starting left tackle going forward.
Making his first NFL start in Sunday's Week 16 loss to Carolina, Saints third-round pick Terron Armstead coughed up three sacks and committed two false start penalties.
The Saints will start third-round LT Terron Armstead in Sunday's Week 16 game at Carolina.
Saints rookie LT Terron Armstead has leapfrogged Jason Smith on the depth chart, and is now running behind only Charles Brown.
Third-round pick Terron Armstead is considered the favorite for the Saints' left tackle job.
Saints rookie OT Terron Armstead has bulked up to 315 pounds after weighing in at 306 at February's Combine.
Saints OT Terron Armstead has been getting reps with the first-team in OTAs.
Saints agreed to terms with No. 75 overall pick OT Terron Armstead on a four-year contract.
Saints GM Mickey Loomis "wouldn't rule out" third-round OT Terron Armstead winning the left-tackle job.
The Times-Picayune calls third-round OT Terron Armstead the "most intriguing player" in the Saints' draft class.
Saints selected Arkansas-Pine Bluff OT Terron Armstead with the No. 75 overall pick.
At least one NFL team has "major reservations" about Arkansas-Pine Bluff OT Terron Armstead's back.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff OT Terron Armstead played the entire 2012 season with a sprained AC joint in his shoulder.
According to NFL Draft insider Tony Pauline, "most all teams" are projecting Arkansas-Pine Bluff OL Terron Armstead as a left tackle.