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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

NFL1000: Can Thomas Rawls Play 'Beastmode' Role in a Seahawks Super Bowl Run?

On Jan. 8, 2011, Marshawn Lynch put together a historic performance for the Seattle Seahawks against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Wild Card Round of the playoffs. We all know about the “ Beastquake ” run that happened in Seattle’s...Show More Summary

6 Years Ago Today, Marshawn Lynch Broke Off a Legendary 67-yd TD Run (Video)

Six years ago today, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch broke off the most epic 67-yard touchdown run against the New Orleans Saints. While most remember the play being called as it was in the video above, the majority of us like to hear the NSFW version below.  

AP Source: McMahon, Vitt among 5 Saints assistants leaving

A person familiar with the decision says New Orleans Saints special teams coordinator Greg McMahon, linebackers coach Joe Vitt and three other assistants won't be retained        

Sean Payton’s future with Saints clear after 5 assistants are fired

Things are going to look different in New Orleans. If there were any questions about Sean Payton’s future in New Orleans, they might have just been answered with recent changes to the coaching staff. Payton has fired five assistantsShow More Summary

Saints' Brees taking short-term view as career hits twilight

Drew Brees, who turns 38 this month, doesn't want to contemplate the future of his prolific NFL career beyond next season with the New Orleans Saints        

Playoff bracket for the Atlanta Falcons: which matchup favors them the most?

1 of 5 | NEXT » The Atlanta Falcons (11-5)  closed out the 2016 season in tremendous style. Atlanta won a crucial matchup against their division rival New Orleans Saints, clinching the second seed in the NFC. The Falcons enter the playoffs behind just the Dallas Cowboys as the most dangerous team in the entire conference. Show More Summary

Saints’ Sean Payton is having none of this talk that he’ll be traded to the Rams

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New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton put to rest those whispers he might be the subject of the rare trade of an NFL coach, saying that “my plan is definitely to be back” with the Saints. “Shoot, I’ve got four more years on a contract here. And I plan on honoring that,” Payton said on his […]

Steve Gleason tweaks Reggie Bush's negative yardage total

Steve Gleason and family. (Getty) Steve Gleason, the onetime New Orleans Saint now stricken with incurable ALS, remains one of the NFL’s most inspiring figures for the way he has fought the ravages of his disease. ALS has taken Gleason’s mobility and his voice, but it hasn’t touched his sense of humor, as evidenced Sunday afternoon. Show More Summary

Sean Payton “definitely” plans to return to the Saints

The annual “Sean Payton is leaving the Saints” rumors have hit fever pitch, with multiple reports linking him to the Rams. After days of silence, Payton has finally pushed back. Appearing Monday night on WWL in New Orleans, Payton said he intends to return in 2017. “My plan is definitely to be back here,” Payton…

Sean Payton: Report I discussed future with Mickey Loomis is “completely false”

On Sunday, a report from Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune said the Rams are expected to ask for permission to speak to Sean Payton about their head coaching vacancy and that Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis is open to the idea of trading Payton to L.A. Holder also reported that Payton and Loomis met…

Saints' Payton: Addressing job speculation "would be silly"

Saints coach Sean Payton is limiting discussion about his future to the offseason work he expects to begin this week with New Orleans        

Former Atlanta Falcon Michael Vick Receives Standing Ovation During Ceremonial Return to Georgia Dome… (VIDEO)

Michael Vick returned to the Georgia Dome for the first time since the scandal that almost cost him his career. The Atlanta Falcons won their final regular season game against the New Orleans Saints at the Georgia Dome last night (January 1, 2017) and also honored several of their past star players. Show More Summary

Sean Payton to Rams chatter continues to grow

Eventually, the annual “Sean Payton may leave the Saints” rumor is going to be right. That year could be this year. With multiple national reporters connecting Payton to the Rams, Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the Rams plan to seek permission to speak to Payton this week, and that Saints G.M.…

Falcons enjoy major turnaround, Saints end with a thud

Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons secure No. 2 playoff seed, get the next week off after coasting to win over New Orleans        

Falcons clinch No. 2 seed with win over Saints

The Falcons have next week off. Atlanta turned in a very impressive performance today, beating New Orleans 38-32 to earn the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs and a first-round bye. The Falcons finish the season at 11-5 and will open the playoffs at home in two weeks. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan had an…

2017 Pro Bowl Cheerleaders – New Orleans Saints Kriste Lewis

Kriste Lewis, who has been a Saintsation for three years, was named to the cheerleader Pro Bowl roster to represent the New Orleans cheerleading squad. [...]

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