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Cameron Jordan has foot surgery

Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan was healthy enough to play in the Pro Bowl, and to ride on a Mardi Gras float during Mardi Gras, but now he’s taking a load off. According to Josh Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Jordan recently underwent what was termed minor surgery on his left foot. He’s reportedly in a [more]

Report: Saints to discuss new Drew Brees contract at Combine

The New Orleans Saints and representatives for quarterback Drew Brees intend to discuss parameters on a new contract at next week’s NFL Combine in Indianapolis, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Brees has made it clear he has no intention of leaving the Saints despite his contract being set to void with the [more]

Saints owner Tom Benson hospitalized with flu symptoms

Saints owner Tom Benson has been hospitalized in New Orleans after feeling ill recently, the team announced today. “Tom Benson was recently admitted to Ochsner Medical Center. He is currently being treated for flu symptoms and is resting comfortably,” the team said in a statement. “Mr. Benson, who turned 90 in July, has been admitted [more]

Saints bring back their long snapper

The Saints took care of one of their own free agents at a key position Tuesday. No, not that one. Via Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints re-signed long snapper Zach Wood to a one-year deal. Wood was about to be an exclusive-rights free agent (which means not really a free agent at all [more]

POTD: NSSF SHOT Show Infographic for 2018

If you have ever attended SHOT Show recently you know that you better put on your walking shoes. It is huge! Just how huge?… Like, the size of the New Orleans Saints’ Superdome huge! The title sponsor for SHOT Show, the National Shooting...Show More Summary

When will Saints and Drew Brees do their next deal?

It’s been more than four weeks since the Saints’ season ended. Exactly four weeks from today, the free-agency period opens. For now, Saints quarterback Drew Brees still has no contract. Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune takes a look at the situation, acknowledging the reality that, despite Brees’ repeated proclamations that he won’t leave [more]

Report: Cowboys showed interest in Kenny Vaccaro last year

Early in the 2017 season, there was a report that teams had reached out to the Saints about trading for safety Kenny Vaccaro. Nothing came of it, however, and Vaccaro remained in the New Orleans lineup until he landed on injured reserve because of a core muscle injury in December. No teams were mentioned in [more]

Take two: Saints sign Josh Huff, Jayrone Elliott

After having contracts for wide receiver Josh Huff and linebacker Jayrone Elliott nixed by the NFL, the New Orleans Saints finally have the players under contract for 2018. The Saints officially signed Huff and Elliott on Tuesday after their original deals were scuttled by the league as they would have put New Orleans over the [more]

Saints release Tony McDaniel

Nick Fairley wasn’t the only defensive lineman cut loose by the Saints on Monday. Reports of Fairley’s departure from the New Orleans roster were confirmed with the release of the NFL’s first post-Super Bowl transaction report. That release also announced that the team has parted ways with defensive tackle Tony McDaniel. McDaniel was placed on [more]

Saints release Fairley with non-football designation

The New Orleans Saints have released Nick Fairley with a non-football illness designation after he missed all of the 2017 season because of a heart condition        

Super Bowl Ratings Fall to 8 Year Low, Despite Barnstormer of a Game

Social Justice Warriors are lethal parasites that always kill their host. All in all, Super Bowl LII is currently the lowest rated since Super Bowl XLIV in 2010, when the New Orleans Saints thrashed the Indianapolis Colts on CBS. Ro...

Eagles promise Jon Dorenbos a Super Bowl ring

The Eagles traded long snapper Jon Dorenbos to the Saints in late August. A physical in New Orleans revealed an aortic aneurysm that ended Dorenbos’ career. But Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie invited Dorenbos to attend the Super Bowl as an honorary part of the team. “Had I played, I’d die. If you can’t play in [more]

Alvin Kamara, Marshon Lattimore gives Saints sweep of rookie of the year awards

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New Orleans became just the second team ever to win both awards in the same year.        

Marshon Lattimore wins 2017 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, completing a Saints sweep

Lattimore looked like a seasoned veteran during his rookie campaign. Marshon Lattimore was the first cornerback taken off the board in the 2017 NFL Draft, and rightfully so. The New Orleans Saints needed a stud defensive back who could...Show More Summary

How Alvin Kamara's breakout season earned him the 2017 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award

Kamara is a dynamic running back who can scare defenses from anywhere on the field. Not a lot of people had the New Orleans Saints penciled in as contenders before the season started. But after back-to-back losses to start the season,...Show More Summary

Saints play-by-play voice Jim Henderson retiring after 31 years

New Orleans Saints play-by-play broadcaster Jim Henderson is calling it a career after 31 years behind the microphone. Henderson made his announcement on flagship station WWL in New Orleans on Thursday. “It’s time.  This is a good year to go out,” Henderson said.  “I will miss our Saints Radio broadcast team; I will miss calling [more]

Drew Brees: Of course I’m not leaving New Orleans, I’m a Saint for life

Saints quarterback Drew Brees is not trying to drive a hard bargain as he heads toward free agency. Although Brees is set to become a free agent and could shop himself to any team, he said on Ellen that he will not leave New Orleans. “Of course I’m coming back,” Brees said. “I’m a Saint [more]

Think football and wine don't mix? Think again.

A few weeks ago, after a National Football League playoff game, a New Orleans Saints defensive lineman sent a bottle of wine to the quarterback of the Carolina Panthers. It was a taunt, a tease — a troll, in the vernacular of the moment. The Saints had beaten the Panthers for the third time this...

Super Bowl means super prices for fans going to Minneapolis

Transportation and lodging prices are predictably through the roof The Minnesota Vikings miracle win over the New Orleans Saints in the Division Round of the playoffs gave fans of the team hope that they could not only win their first...Show More Summary

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