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Sean Payton says Saints are “always” in the quarterback business

Saints quarterback Drew Brees heads into the 2017 season without a contract for 2018, which means that there’s more than a passing chance that it is his final season in New Orleans. Brees is also 38 and whether it is next year, 2019 or sometime else, the Saints are going to find themselves in need…

WATCH: Saints superfan Jarrius steals the show in Celebrity All-Star game

New Orleans superfan appeared late in the celebrity All-Star game and knocked down a jumper

Former Saints WR Robert Meachem Jailed Over Nearly $400,000 In Unpaid Child Support

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On Monday, former NFL wide receiver Robert Meachem was sentenced to 30 days in jail over his failure to pay almost $400,000 in child support. The New Orleans Advocate first reported Meachem’s sentencing. Read more...

New Orleans' biggest party of the year celebrates the ringless Falcons

The Saints and Falcons have one of the biggest rivalries in the NFL. You can imagine what it was like for Saints fans when they witnessed the Falcons blow a 25-point lead at this year’s Super Bowl. In fact, there were reports of fireworks...Show More Summary

Will a Jeremy Bates-John Morton reunion mean success for the New York Jets?

Exactly a week after naming former New Orleans Saints wide receivers coach John Morton the team’s newest offensive coordinator, the New York Jets have now announced that Jeremy Bates will be taking over as quarterbacks coach. MortonShow More Summary

Cartoon: Pootie Points

Pootie Points by Clay Jones One cool thing about being a political cartoonist and not having a dog in the Super Bowl is that you root for an outcome that’ll give you a good cartoon idea. I’m a New Orleans Saints fan so that means I don’t like the Atlanta Falcons. Most people hate the [...] The post Cartoon: Pootie Points appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

The Saints were taunting the Falcons during Atlanta's Super Bowl collapse

New Orleans stays petty. The Saints will never stop shading the Falcons. #SB51 — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) February 6, 2017 This was right at the start of the overtime of Super Bowl 2017, amid the Falcons’ collapse. The Patriots would...Show More Summary

Deion Jones converted his family from Saints to Falcons fans

The rookie linebacker’s team is now his family’s favorite. The rivalry between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints runs deep and bitter. That presented a quandary for the family of Falcons rookie linebacker Deion Jones when he was drafted by Atlanta. Show More Summary

Pelicans owner, spurned heirs reach settlement

New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson and trustees for his estranged heirs have ironed out legal and structural sticking points of a settlement that has been in the works since last June, avoiding a federal trial that was scheduled to begin on Monday.

Five players New Orleans Saints should target in the 2017 NFL Draft

1 of 6 | NEXT » No NFL team is in as frustrating a position as the New Orleans Saints. The Saints have finished 7-9 in four of their last five seasons, and have made just one playoff appearance during that stretch. New Orleans has one of the best offenses in the NFL, but their defense has been holding them back. Show More Summary

Saints re-sign fullback John Kuhn

The Saints made an early move on their free agent list, keeping fullback John Kuhn. According to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have brought Kuhn back on a one-year deal with an $80,000 signing bonus. The longtime Packers fullback joined the Saints last August, and ended up scoring five touchdowns. He…

New York Jets name John Morton their new offensive coordinator

Following a disappointing season for Gang Green’s offense, Todd Bowles knew he could leave no stone unturned in his search for Chan Gailey’s successor. Now that the New York Jets have named former New Orleans Saints wide receivers coach...Show More Summary

Jets hire Saints' John Morton as offensive coordinator

The New York Jets have hired New Orleans Saints wide receivers coach John Morton as their offensive coordinator        

New York Jets need to stop stalling and hire a new offensive coordinator

Another day has passed and the New York Jets have still not announced who their new offensive coordinator will be. Although it does seem Todd Bowles and Co. are zeroing in on former New Orleans Saints wide receivers coach John Morton, nothing is official and that’s a problem. Show More Summary

New Orleans Saints: What Went Right and Wrong in 2016?

Welcome to 2017 and our latest series on End Zone Score. With the conclusion of the 2016 campaign, we are already recapping the season for each of the NFL’s 32 teams. The focus here is on a club’s strong suit this past year, as wellShow More Summary

Actor/Actorvist Wendell Pierce Says That The 3 Women Shot In 'Treme' New Orleans Were "Mothers In The Movement" In Spirit Even If One Of Them Had Their Voting Rights Taken Away Because She Is Now Dead

Between "Louis Armstrong Park" And "The Saint Louis Cemetery" : A Street Pirate Is IGNORANT Of History Will Steal The FUTURE From Other People Who Have The Misfortune Of Living In Their Same Space JUSTICE Is Whatever The Confidence Men Define It As - JUST LIKE The WHITE RACIST Voting Registrar In Mississippi Who Controlled The Answer To "How Many Bubbles In A Bar Of Soap"

NFL auditioning Orlando as permanent Pro Bowl home

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees understands the NFL's decision to move the Pro Bowl from Hawaii to Orlando from a business standpoint        

Michael Thomas Sets Saints Rookie Records in 3 Receiving Categories

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas finished the 2016 regular season with the team's franchise rookie records for receptions (92), receiving yards (1,137) and receiving touchdowns (nine), per NFL Communications. Thomas led all rookies in each of the three receiving categories as well. Show More Summary

Saints expected to interview 49ers special teams coach

The Saints are beginning the process of filling some coaching vacancies. According to Nick Underhill of the New Orleans Advocate, the Saints are expected to interview former 49ers special teams coach Derius Swinton. Swinton’s also interviewed with the Broncos. The Broncos also interviewed Greg McMahon, who was fired by the Saints this year to create…

Saints' Kenny Vaccaro took Adderall before Texas state fair, didn't realize NFL banned drug

We’re occasionally amazed at what NFL players will admit to, and in the case of New Orleans Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro his ignorance of league rules about banned substances cost him four games via suspension. Vaccaro admitted to ESPN’s Mike Triplett that he did not know taking Adderall was against the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Show More Summary

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