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The Saints signed QB Jake Luton to their 53-man roster from the Panthers’ practice squad.

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Running back Alvin Kamara excited to make season debut Sunday for New Orleans Saints

Alvin Kamara wasn’t much of a fan, he admits.

At times he was analytical and approached from a player’s perspective and at times, he got caught up in his fandom and did a little second-guessing.

“I felt like a fan a little bit,” he said Wednesday in his first press conference since returning from a three-game suspension. “I had to come back to the reality of a player.”

The reality now is that the New Orleans Saints’ star running back no longer has to view his teams’ games as a spectator sport. His suspension ended after Sunday’s 18-17 loss to Green Bay, and Kamara returned to the practice field Wednesday for the first time since training camp and preseason.

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New Orleans Saints haven’t ruled out quarterback Derek Carr against Tampa Bay

Neither New Orleans Saints quarterback Derek Carr nor Coach Dennis Allen on Wednesday would rule out Carr’s possible participation in Sunday’s game in the Caesars Superdome, when the Saints (2-1) take on Tampa Bay (2-1).

Carr suffered a sprained AC joint in his right (throwing) shoulder in the third quarter of Sunday’s 18-17 road loss to Green Bay.

Allen said Monday that Carr was day-to-day, and that the shoulder felt better Monday than Sunday evening. Carr did not participate in practice Wednesday, though he was present and on the field.

“He was out there, he’s feeling better today,” Allen said. “We’ll evaluate him to see where he’s at (Thursday). Hopefully, we’ll be able to get him back out there.

“Nothing has changed. We said we’re going to evaluate him throughout the week and see where he’s at. He didn’t practice today, we’ll see where we’re at tomorrow with him. But I’m not ruling anything out.”

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NFL Nation Fantasy Fallout: Kamara back for Saints

Jameis Winston and Alvin Kamara

The Saints said there were no major changes when they went from Carr to Winston in their loss to the Packers; however, they didn’t attempt a pass to a running back after Carr targeted RBs five times. That’ll likely change once Kamara returns. The Saints need to shake things up behind a struggling offensive line, and they’re averaging only 93.3 rushing yards without Kamara. Kamara, who has 430 career catches, will likely be involved in the passing game immediately to try to give them a different look and provide a spark. — Katherine Terrell



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New Orlans #Saints rookie QB Jake Haener suspended by the #NFL for violating performance-enchanting substances policy.

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Saints 29th pick!

With the 29th pick, we selected an imposing 6’5″ rookie from Clemson to bolster our defensive line: Bryan Bresee.

“He’s an exceptional talent,” said Coach Allen. “He’s big. He’s physical. He’s athletic.”



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A chain reaction: Defensive line ‘the catalyst’ of Saints’ shutout success against Raiders

The defensive line is the first domino to fall, and how it falls dictates the overall ripple.

On Sunday, the New Orleans Saints defensive line executed its job and therefore the entire defense was successful. So much so, the Saints notched just their eighth shutout inside the Caesars Superdome, blanking the Las Vegas Raiders 24-0. Opponents had otherwise been averaging 28.6 points per game against the Saints.

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Saints vs. Raiders: Our staff makes its predictions for Sunday’s game in the Dome

Jeff Duncan (Season record: 3-4)

Raiders 30, Saints 27: In what appears to be a battle of evenly-matched teams, I’ll go with the healthier team. The Raiders are much better than their record indicates, and they have more offensive firepower than the Saints right now. An inspired effort by the Saints falls short down the stretch. Sound familiar?