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Aug

03

Saints moving Sunday’s practice to 7 p.m. at Tulane’s Yulman Stadium

The New Orleans Saints are altering their training camp schedule and will practice Sunday (Aug. 6) at Tulane’s Yulman Stadium.
Although the session was scheduled to be at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center in Metairie, the Saints will trek into New Orleans for their first stadium practice of the year.

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Jul

22

Who Dat Nation 2017 !

It’s almost football season and Whodatnation.com is getting ready for some change ! Make sure you check us out soon to see what we have coming for the 2017 NewOrleansSaints season ! Who Dat !!

May

24

A “Who Dat” History.

Since that 1983 season, cries of “Who Dat?!” have become a key part of Saints fan culture, with opposing teams being showered by it routinely.   And in New Orleans, “Who Dat” is more than a cheer.

And  Whodatnation.com has been around since 2006 and even though we are recognized by the State of Louisiana we have been persecuted by Whodat Inc we have continued to prevail! SO help us supper the Who Dat Nation we have a lot in store for 2017 / 18

May

03

Pierre Thomas to Who Dat Nation !

Check out Pierre Thomas’s facebook, he has a message for the Who Dat Nation !

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Aug

26

Saints’ D has looked great so far, but Steelers will challenge that

METAIRIE, La. — The New Orleans Saints‘ defense has played remarkably well so far this preseason — and throughout all of training camp, really.

But Friday night’s preseason date with the Pittsburgh Steelers will provide the best test by far to show just how much New Orleans’ embattled defense has improved since last season.

For one thing, it’s the third preseason game, when teams typically play their starters the most — and actually do a little bit of game-planning. For another thing, the Steelers’ offense is really, really good.

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Aug

25

New Orleans Saints introduce 50/50 Raffle at all home games to benefit charities

The New Orleans Saints announced Saturday, Aug. 20 the launch of 50/50 Raffles at all Saints home games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this season. The Saints will use the 50/50 Central platform to allow fans an opportunity to donate to local charitable organizations or causes by participating in an electronic 50/50 raffle. At each game, half of the net proceeds collected from the raffle will benefit a designated charitable organization or cause, while one lucky fan will win the remaining half of those proceeds.

“We are pleased to be able to offer all of the fans attending our game a tremendous opportunity to greatly assist numerous worthwhile charities through our 50/50 raffles,” said Owner Tom Benson. “Our fans have always been passionate and kind and responsive to those in need, and certainly with the massive efforts facing our state in lieu of the flooding, there is a great need at this time for financial assistance.”

 

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Aug

21

Saints, Pelicans announce plans to aid Louisiana flood victims

The New Orleans Saints, New Orleans Pelicans, NFL and NBA announced further plans to aid victims of this week’s devastating floods in southern Louisiana.

The Saints said proceeds from a new 50/50 raffle program in their first two home preseason games will go toward flood victims through the American Red Cross. And owners Tom and Gayle Benson “have generously offered to make sizable and meaningful contributions towards the proceeds from the raffles.”

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Aug

21

Sean Payton: Keenan Lewis’ release by Saints came down to ‘availability’

Based on Sean Payton’s comments Saturday night, it was apparent that he and the New Orleans Saints had grown weary of waiting for cornerback Keenan Lewis to get back on the practice field with a lingering hip/sports-hernia injury.

Payton said the decision to release Lewis ultimately came down to “availability.”

“You know, he’s 52 weeks post-surgery,” Payton said — a reference to Lewis’ original surgery around this time last year. “We wish him well. I think ultimately it was just trying to get him on the field. It’s just been … it seems like a long time.”

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Aug

21

Saints’ blocking woes lead to ugly offensive performance vs. Texans

HOUSTON — In a shocking turn of events, the New Orleans Saints offense has looked like the more problematic unit through two preseason games.

The Saints lost their second straight exhibition game, falling to the Texans 16-9 Saturday night at NRG Stadium, as the offensive line struggled from start to finish.

Despite playing without star defensive end J.J. Watt, Houston was able to consistently disrupt the offense, as outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney dominated Saints tackles Andrus Peat and Zach Strief.

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