Re-Signed by Saints, 4/16/15…Waived by Saints, 6/3/14…Signed by Saints to a two-year contract, 5/13/14…Waived by Pittsburgh Steelers, 8/31/13…Signed by Steelers as an undrafted free agent, 4/27/13…Played in 40 career games with 17 starts for the Irish…As a senior, started all 13 games at guard as part of a line that paved the way for the Irish to average over 200 yards per game both rushing and receiving…As a junior, played in 12 games and started four…Prepped at Northwest Catholic (West Hartford, Conn.) HS…Chosen to play in U.S. Army All-American Bowl following senior year…Selected as All-State both junior and senior seasons…Earned bachelor’s degree in film, television and theatre…Father Mike Golic, Sr. was an eight-year NFL veteran…Uncle, Bob, was a defensive tackle who played 14 seasons in the NFL and made three Pro Bowl appearances…Younger brother, Jake, was a tight end at Notre Dame…Michael L. Golic, Jr. was born September 28, 1989 in Voorhees, N.J.
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In honor of the five-year anniversary of the New Orleans Saints' winning Super Bowl XLIV, Thomas Morstead and Chris Reis re-enact reenact the "Ambush" onside kick - which Morstead kicked and Reis recovered in the game. Video by Justin Stout)
214 days till the regular season begins. Video by Ashley Amoss (New Orleans Saints video)
On February 7th 2010, the New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts on their way to the franchise's first Super Bowl win.