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Brees Return

Brees returns San Diego for 1st time since '05 to face Bolts


Drew Brees will play at Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday for the first time since Dec. 31, 2005, when he walked off the field holding his right arm at a 90-degree angle from his side because of a shoulder injury. That was his last game of quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, who... Read more
Injury Report

Kristian: Armstead out again for Sunday's Saints game


For the second straight game the Saints will be without left tackle Terron Armstead (knee). He has been ruled out for Sunday's week four match up against San Diego.  Read More
Coach Speaks

Payton: Cooler weather similar to what Saints will get in San Diego


“Anything with practice? We are in, I would say a typical Friday schedule. I think the weather is similar to what we are going to get Sunday, so it would be good work outside.” Read More
Players Show

PHOTOS: Saints Players Show with Willie Snead


Saints WR Willie Snead was our guest on the Saints Players Show Thursday night. Photos via Stephen Lew. Click here to view full gallery
Shore Up The D

Saints moving to shore up defense before season slips away


When Saints defensive players gathered for meetings this week, there has been plenty of criticism to go around, defensive tackle Tyeler Davison said.  That's what happens when you give up more than 200 yards rushing and 45 points in a critical home game  ...Read more
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Leading Saints receiver Snead envisions bright future in Big Easy


The Saints Players Show welcomed in some star power Thursday night as receiver Willie Snead joined Deke Bellavia at Hooters in Metairie. Despite missing a game, Snead leads the Saints in receiving yards in 2016 with 226. Read More
Injury Report

Kristian: James Laurinaitis added to Saints injury report


The Saints injury report remains the same as yesterday ahead of this week's match up with the San Diego Chargers with the addition of LB James Laurinaitis with a quad injury. He was limited in practice today. Read More
Chargers Preview

Steve: Will the Saints survive a shoot-out in San Diego?


San Diego lost on the road to the Chiefs and Colts, but lit up the Jaguars in their home opener for a victory. We constantly hear coaches and players talk about having a balanced offensive attack - well San Diego has found that groove. Read More
Coach Speaks

Payton talks Chargers, O-Line shuffle in Q&A with media


What do you see out of Melvin Gordon and the Chargers running game? “You can definitely see there’s been that offseason commitment to really work that (run) element into their gameplan..." Read More
Korte Blog

Korte: Saints O-Line graded out pretty well against average Atlanta


I was concerned coming into this week for a couple of reasons - first, no Terron Armstead at left tackle is cause enough for concern, secondly, the musical chairs along the front, however necessary, means we haven't found a secure spot for anyone yet on the left side. Read More
Brees Q&A

Brees: "Kind of crazy" I've never been back to San Diego to play Chargers


Q: How odd do you think it is that you have not been back to San Diego to play the Chargers in a game there since you signed with the Saints? A: “It is kind of unusual. I think it is the only stadium that we have not been to since I’ve been here." Read More
Exclusive

Brees: Saints have a "great challenge before us"


With his Saints sitting at 0-3 for a second straight year, Drew Brees joined Bobby Hebert for his weekly “QB To QB” segment on WWL Radio. Brees started by talking about the team’s third straight disappointing loss. Read More
Roster Moves

Kristian: Saints sign OL Khalif Barnes, are a tick healthier overall


The Saints need a W headed into the bye.  As painful as it has been to watch the Saints get out of the gate with an 0-3 record, it would be even worse having to sit on a loss for two weeks during the bye following the game against San Diego. Read More
Sorry Saints

Deke: Saints football already bad, and about to get worse


The Saints are one of four NFL teams that have not won a game along with Cleveland, Jacksonville and Chicago.  The Saints have given up a total of 96 points this season - that's second worst in the NFL, behind Tampa who have given up 101. Read More
Flipped Script

Botched punt return a cruel irony in Saints' loss to Falcons


The history of the New Orleans Saints now includes another memorable Atlanta Falcons punt in a Monday night game. This one won't be recalled as fondly as Steve Gleason's memorable block nearly 10 years to the day earlier.  Read more...

PHOTOS: Saints vs Falcons


The Saints lost to the Atlanta Falcons 45-32 on Monday Night Football and fall to 0-3 for the season. Photos via Chris Bennett. Click here to view full gallery
Sean Payton

Sean Payton on loss to Falcons


"Obviously, it's a disappointing loss. Credit Atlanta, they did the things, obviously, that were necessary to win this this game. Read More 
Kristian Blog

Kristian: Life comes full circle on Payton's Saints


Blood is in the water in South Louisiana, with LSU coach Les Miles being fired this week. Fans are bloodthirsty and I get it. I think it’s warranted, considering what has transpired with the Saints and their 0-3 start. Read More
Exclusive

Brees: Despite 0-3 start, Saints are an "ascendant" team


You might read the headline and roll your eyes, but in Drew Brees’ eye, the Saints are just - that an ascending team, a team that is still learning how to win. Read More
Saints Crushed

Atlanta offense rolls against 0-3 Saints


Devonta Freeman practically wore out the Superdome turf with one long gain after another,Tevin Coleman wouldn't be denied near the goal line and the New Orleans Saints hardly looked like the team that made an emotional homecoming nearly 10 years ago to the day. Read more...
Saints Lose

Falcons fly past Saints 45-32


Tevin Coleman rushed for three touchdowns, Matt Ryan passed for two TDs, and Deion Jones returned an interception 90 yards for a score to help the Atlanta Falcons beat the winless New Orleans Saints 45-32 on Monday night. Read More
Tonight's Game

Saints-Falcons game marks reopening of the Dome after Katrina


Tonight's Saints-Falcons game marks the 10th anniversary of the Mercedes Benz Superdome reopening after Hurricane Katrina. Former Governor Kathleen Blanco was instrumental in prioritizing the repair of the football stadium.  Read more...

 
Saints-Falcons

Saints, Falcons meet on 10-year mark of Superdome reopening


Saints coach Sean Payton sees Monday night's matchup with rival Atlanta as a separate event from the 10th anniversary of the Superdome's reopening after Hurricane Katrina. The game and the celebration will be going on in the same place at the same time, and the same... Read more
Bobby's Take

Bobby: This is a terrible day for the Who Dat Nation


Against everyone's greatest hopes, the Saints were not able to keep up with the Atlanta Falcons Monday night in the Dome. Bobby pulled no punches in his post-game recap. Read More
FILE - This combination of Aug. 30, 2005, left, and July 29, 2015 aerial photos shows downtown New Orleans and the Superdome flooded by Hurricane Katrina, left, and the same area a decade later. When the New Orleans Saints host rival Atlanta on Monday nig

Superdome reopening remembered as historic, inspirational


Drew Brees hopes the world watches what happens in and around the Superdome on Monday night.  As the Saints host the Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans will mark the 10-year anniversary of the reopening of the hulking, 73,000-seat stadium on Sept. 25, 2006, ...Read more

Superdome reopening remembered as historic, inspirational


Drew Brees hopes the world watches what happens in and around the Superdome on Monday night. As the Saints host the Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans will mark the 10-year anniversary of the reopening of the hulking, 73,000-seat stadium on Sept. 25, 2006.  Read more...
Injury Report

Kristian: Injuries mount for Saints ahead of Monday night against Atlanta


The first injury report of the week is a little eye popping for the New Orleans Saints.   Read More 

Steve: Will fried Falcon be on Saints' Monday night menu?


Those Dirty Birds come to town for a Monday Night football match-up that is sure to be your typical nail biter for the Who Dat Nation.  The Saints usually come out on top, but we’ve seen a ton of the unusual already this season to rest too comfortably on history.  Read More
Exclusive

Brees: Saints are ready to break out on MNF


Saints quarterback Drew Brees joined Bobby Hebert for his weekly “QB To QB” segment on WWL Radio to reflect on the Saints’ three-point loss to the New York Giants and upcoming matchup in primetime with the Atlanta Falcons. Read More
PJ Williams

Saints DB PJ Williams out for the season after concussion


The Saints have placed DB PJ Williams on injured reserve, ending his season. Williams sustained a concussion in last weeks road loss to the Giants. Read More
T-Bob Blog

T-Bob's Takes: Are the Saints snakebitten?


I always used to hear that the Saints were a cursed franchise but for much of my life they have been considered one of the better teams in the NFL.  I used to think the stories were exaggerated, now, I am not so sure. Read More
Who Dats

Deke: Saints fans falling into three categories after rocky start


After the third straight 0-2 start, Saints fans are talking differently from each other.  Simply put, the Who Dat Nation has a decision to make. Read More
Exclusive

Payton preaches more balance on Saints offense


When you’re 0 and 2 the laundry list of things to fix could be pages long.  In the Saints case, offensively, the fix is simple. On the WWL Saints Coaches Show Monday night, Payton called for balance on offense. Read More
Saints Moxie

Kristian: Saints have moxie despite uninspiring start to season


What if I told you the Saints were going to force 3 turnovers, 2 sacks, and not allow a defensive touchdown? Those numbers should result in a Saints win, and perhaps a convincing one. Unfortunately we’re talking about the 2016 Saints, not the Saints of '09,'10 or '11.  Read More
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Brees: Saints "didn't do what we should have done" on offense


“Offensively we didn’t do what we should have done with those turnovers. That change in momentum is critical in a game like this. We should win that game hands down, every time, and not even close,” said Saints QB Drew Brees. Read More
Bobby's Take

Bobby: Shame the Saints wasted that defensive performance


The Saints lost to the Giants 16-13 on a walk-off field goal and now the Black and Gold sit at 0-2 on the year. Bobby Hebert sounded off on the loss in fine form on "The Point After." Read More

Giants hold out against Saints, 16-13


Eli Manning hit Victor Cruz on a third-down 34-yard pass to set up Josh Brown's winning 23-yard field goal as time expired and the New York Giants got off to their first 2-0 start since 2009 with a 16-13 win over New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Read More
Saints Photos

PHOTOS: Saints at Giants


Photos via USA TODAY. Click here to view the full gallery
Saints Preview

Deke: Saints will have issues with Giants offense


Over 1000 yards of total offense, 101 points and 13 touchdown passes.  Just when ole Eli thought he had the leaderboard all locked up with six TD strikes, Drew topped dat with seven.  Will this type of offensive explosion take place again? Read More
Injury Report

Kristian: Ellerbe and Hill both out as Saints head to New York


The Saints final injury report of the week looks like this - Tight End Josh Hill (ankle) and LB Dannell Ellerbe (quad) have been ruled out, along with CB Delvin Breaux (broken fibula). Read More
Players Show

PHOTOS: Saints Players Show with PJ Williams


Photos via Stephen Lew. Click here to view the full gallery
Exclusive

Saints CB Williams embraces attention of opposing QBs


Saints cornerback P.J. Williams joined Deke Bellavia for the weekly Saints Players Show at Hooters in Metairie. Read More
Injury Report

Kristian: Ellerbe, Hill miss practice - Saints thinning at tight end


The Saints are really thin at tight end headed into this week’s match up with the Giants.Tight End Josh Hill (ankle) missed practice today, along with LB Dannell Ellerbe (quad). Read More
Giants Preview

Steve: Fee fi fo fum - can Saints stop Giants pass and run?


The 0-1 Saints week two match-up pits them against a 1-0 New York Giants team that New Orleans has had great success against in the Sean Payton / Drew Brees era.  Since 2006, the Black & Gold are 4-1 against Big Blue. Read More
Exclusive

Brees says "The sky's the limit" for young Saints receivers


Drew Brees stepped into the WWL Radio huddle with Bobby Hebert for his weekly “QB To QB” segment and started by praising his young receiving corps, particularly Brandin Cooks and Willie Snead, who both torched the Oakland Raiders in the season opener. Read More
Dead Money

Steve: After Spiller release, Saints lead NFL in dead money


Throw some more stacks of money into the Saints dead cap furnace. After releasing running back CJ Spiller, the franchise has added $4.5 million dollars of dead cap space this year and also $2.5 million in 2017. Read More
Spiller Gone

Saints cut RB CJ Spiller


According to the NFL wire, the Saints have cut RB C.J Spiller. Read More
Vote Brees!

Drew Brees up for weekly honors despite loss


Losing stinks, but you still have to acknowledge a top-notch performance. Drew Brees is up for the FedEx Air weekly award after lighting up the Raiders for 434 yards and 4 touchdowns. Read More
New Saint

Desperate Saints sign CB B.W. Webb


The agent of free agent cornerback B.W. Webb has announced that his client has inked a deal with the Saints. Read More
Exclusive

Payton: Saints looking for "sense of urgency" after week one defeat


Saints Coach Sean Payton took to the airwaves on the season premiere of the Saints Coaches Show, joining Bobby Hebert and Deke Bellavia to break down his team’s 35-34 loss to the Oakland Raiders. Read More
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Deke's Blog
Deke's SEC football rankings, week five
Alabama has one more easier one before a very tough stretch, the Vols have passed the first of four big tests, Texas A&M says don’t mess with Texas - A&M that is!  Ole Miss is still relevant and LSU has one of their own in charge of...
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Deke: Saints football already bad, and about to get worse
The Saints are one of four NFL teams that have not won a game along with Cleveland, Jacksonville and Chicago.  The Saints have given up a total of 96 points this season - that's second worst in the NFL, behind Tampa who have given up...
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Deke's CFB Top Ten, Week Five
Tennessee is back, well for this week anyway!  The Big Ten is flexing with three teams in the top ten.  Is Louisville the best team in America right now?  Will Clemson rejoin the title talks?  Will the winner of this week’s...
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Deke's SEC football rankings, week four
Alabama is still the king, Florida is off to a hot start, the Aggies are getting better and Tennessee will look to end 11 straight years of misery given to them by those Gators from Gainesville.  Here goes this week’s SEC...
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Deke's NFL Top Ten, week three
The Steelers are rolling but their rivals are not far behind.  New England is still beating people even with their third QB, and Denver and Minnesota prove each week that defense is still the king in the NFL.  Here is this week's top 10....
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Kristian's Blog
Kristian: Armstead out again for Sunday's Saints game
Injury report: For the second straight game the Saints will be without left tackle Terron Armstead (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's week four match up against San Diego.  CB Delvin Breaux (fibula), Tackle Tony Hills (ankle), and Senio...
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Kristian: James Laurinaitis added to Saints injury report
The Saints injury report remains the same as yesterday ahead of this week's match up with the San Diego Chargers with the addition of LB James Laurinaitis with a quad injury. He was limited in practice today.  I expect Laurinaitis to play...
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Kristian: Saints sign OL Khalif Barnes, are a tick healthier overall
The Saints need a W headed into the bye.  As painful as it has been to watch the Saints get out of the gate with an 0-3 record, it would be even worse having to sit on a loss for two weeks during the bye following the game against San Diego. 1-3...
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Kristian: Life comes full circle on Payton's Saints
Blood is in the water in South Louisiana, with LSU coach Les Miles being fired this week. Fans are bloodthirsty and I get it. I think it’s warranted, considering what has transpired with the Saints and their 0-3 start.  One week it's the...
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Brees: Despite 0-3 start, Saints are an "ascendant" team
You might read the headline and roll your eyes, but in Drew Brees’ eye, the Saints are just that - an ascending team, a team that is still learning how to win. “That’s fair, obviously things have happened this week that will prevent you...
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