Archive for September, 2018



Lance Moore x Pierre Thomas’s HOF Induction Celebration – 16 x 23 – Saturday, September 15th at 8pm

Champagne Room at Apres
608 Fulton St, New Orleans

• Music • Raffle • Silent Auction
• Hors d’oeuvre • ENVŌG Photo Booth
• Cigars in Courtyard from FELLOW




Tickets on sale for Saints Hall of Fame Induction and Gala for Moore, Thomas, Hebert

Tickets are now available for the 30th annual Saints Hall of Fame Induction and Gala.

The event is set for Friday, Sept. 14 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Club XLIV and Encore at Champions Square.

New Orleans Super Bowl heroes Lance Moore and Pierre Thomas will be formally inducted into the Saints Hall of Fame while long-time Saints director of photography Michael C. Hebert will receive the Joe Gemelli Fleur de Lis Award.

New Orleans Saints alumni from around the country will attend, providing a great opportunity to meet them and obtain autographs and pictures.

A gala will follow, catered by 27 restaurants and caterers providing outstanding food.

Click here for more info.



Sideline Pass – Jennifer Hale

Come out and help Jennifer Hale’s Sideline pass…

Educating and empowering young women to become strong, confident and successful future leaders in a variety of fields.

Click here to get your ticket



Nobody saw this coming: Saints dealt worst opening loss of Payton-Brees era

No one saw this coming.

I didn’t. You didn’t. The experts predicting a New Orleans Super Bowl run didn’t. And safe to say, the Saints didn’t.

A 48-40 setback. To the Tampa Bay Bucs. At home.

Losses don’t get much worse than this.

It wasn’t so much what the Bucs did as how they did it that made this setback so dispiriting for the Saints and their legion of loyal fans. They embarrassed the Saints and stunned a sellout crowd by piling up 529 yards and a franchise-record-tying 48 points.

It was the second most points ever allowed by the Saints in an opening game and tied for the seventh most allowed in the history of the franchise.

Read more here



Saints, Drew Brees don’t have time to waste another season with a slow start

METAIRIE, La. — Coach Sean Payton didn’t need to hear the end of the question.

When a reporter started to mention the New Orleans Saints haven’t won a season opener since …

“It’s been a while,” Payton interrupted. “We just went through the numbers [in a team meeting].”

Specifically, it has been five years since the Saints last won a season opener in 2013. And, yes, players said, it was a big talking point during Payton’s first meeting with the team this week — with a whole power-point display and everything.

Read more from Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer