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Oct

03

3 quick takeaways from the Saints overtime loss to the New York Giants

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Just like we all thought, the New Orleans Saints’ return to the Caesars Superdome would result in an overtime loss to the previously winless New York Giants.

Saquon Barkley’s touchdown run in overtime made the Saints a loser in a game that was supposed to represent a celebration upon returning home. New Orleans never could put the Giants away and lost its grip on the game late. 

Here’s how it went down. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Aug

27

Saints Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon honoring Evans, Harper and Garcia set for Nov. 5

Following a one-year hiatus, the 32nd Annual Saints Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon is now set for Friday, November 5 at noon at the Jefferson-Orleans North, 2600 Edenborn Ave. in Metairie.

Super Bowl XLIV era stars Jahri Evans and Roman Harper are set for induction while long-time New Orleans Saints radio broadcaster Marco Garcia, who started the team broadcasts in Spanish, will receive the Joe Gemelli Fleur de Lis award.

The trio were chosen by the Saints Hall of Fame Media Selection Committee in 2020 but the induction was delayed by the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tickets are $500 for a table of 10 or $50 per person.
To reserve your spot, send your check, made out to Saints Hall of Fame, to P.O. Box 640394, Kenner, LA 70064-0394 or call (504) 471-2192 or email saintshalloffame@yahoo.com.

Aug

27

Statement from New Orleans Saints on preseason game 3 vs. Arizona Cardinals

At the request of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, the NFL and the New Orleans Saints announced Friday, Aug. 27 that due to the impending impact of Hurricane Ida on the Gulf Coast region that the team’s preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals has been canceled. The game, which was originally scheduled for 7 p.m. on Saturday, Aug 28 was moved to noon at the Caesars Superdome. Due to the intensification of the hurricane throughout the day and after the most recent tropical update, the team’s leadership has made the decision in the best interests of all personnel that may have been directly and indirectly affected by the storm. The announcement comes after constant communications with City of New Orleans officials, the National Weather Service, Homeland Security, Gov. Edwards and leading state officials and the National Football League. The team encourages all residents of the region to take precautionary measures to remain safe throughout the impending hurricane. The Saints will be in communication with season ticket account holders regarding applicable refunds and/or credits to their season ticket accounts.

Aug

16

MONDAY AUGUST 23 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS 7 PM ESPN

Masks are a Must

Per city and state mandates, all Saints ticket holders and staff — regardless of age — will also need to wear face masks at all times while inside the Superdome OR at Champions Square, except when actively eating or drinking. This requirement applies to all vaccinated and tested individuals. Failure to comply will result in ejection from the stadium or Champions Square. No exeptions.

Aug

16

Vaccination or Negative PCR Test Required

The city of New Orleans requires all ticket holders, guests and staff ages 12 or above to either 1) provide proof of at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine that has received full approval or emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the World Health Organization or 2) show evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to entry.

Fans may present their verified digital proof of vaccination (LA Wallet or other official government sanctioned app) or an original, digital photograph or photocopy (both sides) of their CDC vaccination card. They may also present an official vaccination record issued by another state, foreign nation or the WHO.

Looking to get vaccinated? The Saints are teaming up with Ochsner for a “Countdown to Kickoff” vaccination drive tomorrow, Tuesday, August 17, featuring FREE sites across the Gulf South.

Aug

05

Repost- FB

When Winston was with the Bucs vs now with the Saints 

… Left picture (Bucs) when he was in a unhealthy environment with unbalanced team vs Right picture (Saints) now in a healthy environment with balanced team. You can tell the difference in appearance which system is better and working for him instead of against him. Obviously Bucs system was the cancer in his career. The NFL will be shock and see a major change. Leave it up to Sean Payton and the Saints to get him right. It’s better to be a silent Tiger than a barking Pit bull. It’s hunting time and Winston hungry and ready to eat. Winston about to remind y’all why he was the 1st pick in the Draft. I don’t care what nobody say… Jameis will have a ball out season!!!! Who Dat 

What do yall think ???

Aug

02

Charting every Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill pass from Saints practice #4

By Sean Fazende

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) – If you like explosive plays, Monday’s practice was the one for you. The Saints quarterback’s looked well-rested after a day off, and were slinging it all over the field.

After a rough outing Saturday, Jameis Winston bounced back in a big way. Here’s a breakdown of every pass thrown.

Team Period #1 (heavy run)

In the only pass thrown by any quarterback in the entire period, Winston connected with Tre’Quan Smith on a comeback route.

Team Period #2

Winston opened the period with a misfire to Lil’Jordan Humphrey on a dig route. His next pass was a very close call. Winston appeared to get sacked on the play but also layered a throw nicely to Marquez Callaway on a deep over for a big gain.

Read more from Sean – CLICK HERE

Aug

02

6️⃣ weeks till the first Sunday of the NFL regular season!

6 Weeks !
Who Dat !

Mar

14

Thank you Drew

After 20 years as a player in the NFL and 15 years as a Saint, it is time I retire from the game of football. Each day, I poured my heart & soul into being your Quarterback. Til the very end, I exhausted myself to give everything I had to the Saints organization, my team, and the great city of New Orleans. We shared some amazing moments together, many of which are emblazoned in our hearts and minds and will forever be a part of us. You have molded me, strengthened me, inspired me, and given me a lifetime of memories. My goal for the last 15 years was striving to give to you everything you had given to me and more.
I am only retiring from playing football, I am not retiring from New Orleans. This is not goodbye, rather a new beginning. Now my real life‘s work begins!

Mar

04

Thank you Morstead !

Mickey Loomis announced today that the club has terminated the contract of punter Thomas Morstead.

Morstead, 6-4, 235 pounds, spent the last 12 seasons in Black and Gold after being selected in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft out of SMU. A team captain since 2013, he made an immense contribution both on the field with the organization and with the local community.


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