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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jalen Hurts rushed for three touchdowns to help the Eagles beat the New Orleans Saints, 40-29 on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles improved to 5-6 with the victory. When the Birds go marching in (to this W)@UnibetUS | #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/8PkCnlVdS7 — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 21, 2021   READ MORE: WATCH: Surveillance Video Shows Attempted Robbery Of Uber Driver In Philadelphia's Mayfair SectionDarius Slay added to his touchdown total on Sunday and returned an interception for a score. He picked off Trevor Siemian late in the first half to give the Eagles a 27-7 lead. READ MORE: Public Viewing To Be Held For Beloved Lower Merion High School Principal Sean Hughes On SundayJordan Howard suffered a knee injury in the second half and was ruled out of the game. The Eagles will play the New York Giants next Sunday at 1 p.m. at MetLife Stadium. MORE NEWS: Philadelphia Weather: Thanksgiving Week Forecast Has A Little Of EverythingStay tuned as CBSPhilly.com will be streaming the Eagles post-game press conferences in the player above.
    Getty Kevin White has been added to the New Orleans Saints' 53-man roster. Kevin White has found a new home with the New Orleans Saints. The former seventh overall pick for the Chicago Bears in 2015 was signed to the Saints’ 53-man roster, as first reported by ESPN insider Fields Yates. White had been added to the team’s practice squad in August, and has impressed head coach Sean Payton and company since then. “He’s young and someone we’d like to work with,” Payton told the Saints’ official website in August. “I like the way he runs. You see it on tape. Obviously, he’s a former first-round pick, so he’s still a younger player.” White has played 32 snaps in his three games with the Saints so far this season, catching his first pass in an NFL game since 2018. It was a key 38-yard grab in New Orleans’ Week 8 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and he has since seen his role expand on both offense and special teams. Trevor Siemian to Kevin White for 38 YARDS!!!...
    This is the best WWII movie of all time, according to data Why the taper should be good for the market, according to S&P 500 history What a perfect time for Mark Ingram to return to New Orleans. The Saints are forced to absorb the loss of quarterback Jameis Winston for the remainder of the season due to his torn ACL, and all-pro receiver Michael Thomas revealed last week that he won't make it back from ankle surgery this season. Why the Patriots are a lock for NFL Week 9 | Lorenzos Locks The Florida Times-Union See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Week 8 NFL Sunday Betting Preview Sports Illustrated Skip Bayless on Dak Prescotts potential return: The Vikings are dangerous, I need him to be right I UNDISPUTED FOXSports The Saints Spook the Defending Champs, and the Back-Up QBs Are Scary Good | NFL Deep Dive Sports Illustrated Week 9 Start Em or Sit Em: Quarterbacks Sports Illustrated Week 9 Start Em...
    Adams, Bragg win NYC election amid historic Black leadership With a jury now in place, murder trial in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery begins today Check out odds, plays and more for the New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons NFL Week 9 matchup on November 7, 2021. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 31, 2021; New Orleans, Louisiana, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Trevor Siemian (15) passes there ball against Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half at Caesars Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports Oddsmakers give the New Orleans Saints (5-2) a decent chance to keep their three-game winning streak going, as they are favored by 6.5 points in a matchup with the Atlanta Falcons (3-4) on Sunday, November 7, 2021 at Caesars Superdome. The total for this game has been set at 41.5 points. For more great betting and fantasy insight, join the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Odds for Saints vs. FalconsView the original article to see embedded media.Over/under insights New Orleans' games this season have gone over 41.5 points three of seven times. Atlanta and its...
    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — This past week was defined by bad news for the New Orleans Saints, who learned they’ll have to manage for the rest of this season without starting quarterback Jameis Winston and top receiver Michael Thomas. Yet New Orleans (5-2) heads into a Week 9 clash with Atlanta (3-4) on Sunday in the Superdome trying to move into a tie atop the NFC South. And based on recent history, the Saints have few reasons to doubt their chances of winning their fourth straight game. The Saints have been trying to juggle the roster all season with a slew of injuries to prominent players, as well as a six-game suspension to top defensive tackle David Onyemata. Thomas, a two-time All-Pro who was trying to come back from offseason ankle surgery, hasn’t played at all. Other starters missing games during the first eight weeks included receiver Tre’Quan Smith (five games), linebacker Kwon Alexander (five) center Erik McCoy (four), defensive end Marcus Davenport (four), left tackle Terron Armstead (two), cornerback Marshon Lattimore (one), left guard Andrus Peat (one),...
    Only one team consistently confounded Tom Brady during his two-decade rule in the AFC: the Denver Broncos. They were the only team that had a winning record against him while he was winning six rings with the Patriots, going 9-8 against Brady. Mike Shanahan is the only head coach to beat him five times, and Denver took three of four from Brady in the playoffs, twice in the AFC championship behind Peyton Manning. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Brady's new kryptonite in the NFC is the New Orleans Saints. They beat him for the third time in four tries Sunday when Dennis Allen dialed up a defense that denied Brady another of his patented game-winning drives in the closing minutes and deked him into throwing an interception that P.J. Williams turned into a pick-six that sealed the Saints' 36-27 victory. "I just threw it to the wrong guy," said Brady, who also had two second-quarter turnovers that New Orleans converted into nine points. "I had Mike (Evans) open. It cost us the game." The Saints, led by...
    Only one team consistently confounded Tom Brady during his two-decade rule in the AFC: the Denver Broncos. They were the only team that had a winning record against him while he was winning six rings with the Patriots, going 9-8 against Brady. Mike Shanahan is the only head coach to beat him five times, and Denver took three of four from Brady in the playoffs, twice in the AFC championship behind Peyton Manning. Brady’s new kryptonite in the NFC is the New Orleans Saints. They beat him for the third time in four tries Sunday when Dennis Allen dialed up a defense that denied Brady another of his patented game-winning drives in the closing minutes and deked him into throwing an interception that P.J. Williams turned into a pick-six that sealed the Saints’ 36-27 victory. “I just threw it to the wrong guy,” said Brady, who also had two second-quarter turnovers that New Orleans converted into nine points. “I had Mike (Evans) open. It cost us the game.” The Saints, led by backup QB Trevor Siemian after starter...
    FLAG on the play! This past Sunday's NFL game left one player injured! During the New Orleans Saints versus Tampa Bay Bucaneers game, Saints quarterback Jameis Winston suffered a major injury. 2The Saints quarterback sustained major leg injuries after Sunday's game (Credit:Getty)Credit: AP What happened to Jameis Winston? In the second quarter of the game, Winston was tackled by Bucaneers linebacker Devin White. During White's horse collar tackle, Winston's leg landed in an awkward manner. When White tackled the Saints quarterback, he pulled Winston down by the shoulder area of his jersey. The odd manner in which he landed caused his left leg to get pinned behind him as he hit the ground. Winston's awkward landing on his leg during White's tackle is ultimately what contributed to his injury. The New Orleans Saint's back up quarterback, Trevor Siemian, filled in for Winston for the rest of the game. Most read in SportSPORTS STAR SHOT Baltimore Ravens linebacker shot at gathering and rushed to hospitalVideo'HORRIFIC' Fans disgusted as female MMA fighter battered by man at Polish inter-gender showDAN THE...
    Getty Could Andy Dalton be heading South? Anything can happen in the NFL, particularly leading up to the trade deadline. Considering that, it’s interesting multiple Chicago Bears insiders are pointing to an NFC contender as a new potential trade destination for veteran quarterback Andy Dalton. Brad Biggs of The Chicago Tribune revealed in his November 1 column that considering the recent injury to New Orleans Saints QB Jameis Winston, a door may have opened for the Bears — albeit a tiny one. NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported that Winston suffered a torn ACL Week 8, while also damaging his MCL. He will miss the rest of the regular season as a result. Does this mean Dalton could be on the move? ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Biggs: Dalton is Bears’ Best Chance to ‘Unload a Player’ Biggs says that while the chances are slim Chicago will ship Dalton South, the Red Rifle still represents the team’s best hope to make...
    Gisele Bündchen found a playful way to honor her husband this Halloween. Dressing up as the 'Tampa Bay pirates' in a nod to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Brazilian posed with her two children Vivian and Benjamin, that she shares with Tom Brady.  Gisele, 41, looked stunning in the snap showing off her glowing complexion while in costume.  'Arrr from the Tampa Bay pirates!' Gisele posts Halloween snap with her children paying tribute to Tom Brady... after his team lost on Sunday  NFL star Tom, 44, who is of course a football quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was not pictured in the family snap.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina rock  Greatest Showman-esque... Hollywood does Halloween! Katy Perry transforms into a... Billie Eilish performs Sally's Song from The Nightmare... Drake appears in the party mood as he celebrates his 35th... Share this article Share Sadly, he was having a rough time of it playing against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.  He has now lost the...
    (CNN)It feels like, in the regular season at least, that the New Orleans Saints have Tom Brady's number. The legendary quarterback has now lost his last three regular season games against New Orleans since his move to Florida after the Saints beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 36-27 on Sunday. Brady, who was on the winning side in a divisional playoff meeting last season, threw four touchdowns against the Saints but, despite dragging his side back from a heavy deficit, could not get the job done. With five minutes and 44 seconds left, the 44-year-old threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to Cyril Grayson, which looked to have the Buccaneers on their way, but it wasn't to be. Fan who gave historic 600th touchdown ball to Tom Brady asks for a round of golf in returnWith just one minute and 24 seconds on the clock, Saints safety P.J. Williams intercepted Brady and ran 40 yards for a touchdown to help seal a thrilling victory over the Super Bowl champions. Read More"It's tough to win when you turn the ball over like...
    University of Florida bars professors from being expert witnesses against the state in voting rights case Biden receives communion in Rome Check out odds, plays and more for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints NFL Week 8 matchup on October 31, 2021. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 24, 2021; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians prior to the game against the Chicago Bears at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Oddsmakers give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-1) a reasonable chance to keep their four-game winning streak going, as they are favored by 4.5 points in a matchup against the New Orleans Saints (4-2) on Sunday, October 31, 2021 at Caesars Superdome. The game has an over/under of 48.5. For more great betting and fantasy insight, join the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Odds for Buccaneers vs. SaintsView the original article to see embedded media.Over/under insights Tampa Bay and its opponents have gone over the current 48.5-point total in five of seven games (71.4%) this season. New Orleans and its opponents have...
    Creator Group FaZe Clan to Go Public Through SPAC Merger The Most Common Workday Distractions (and How You Can Actually Stay Focused) Discover player props odds, plays, and insights for Tyler Lockett in his Week 7 contest with the Seattle Seahawks against the New Orleans Saints. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 17, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) is stopped by Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) watches the final minute of play against the Seattle Seahawks during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Steelers won 23-20 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports Tyler Lockett has player prop bet markets available from bookmakers before his next NFL game on Monday at 8:15 PM ET airing on ESPN. Lockett's Seattle Seahawks (2-4) and the New Orleans Saints (3-2) square off in Week 7 at Lumen Field. Want more in-depth sports betting and fantasy insights? Sign up today for the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Tyler Lockett Prop Bet OddsView the original article to see embedded media.Tyler Lockett Prop Bet Stats and TrendsSeason...
    Every Key Featured in Netflixs Locke & Key - and What They Do Why supply chain chaos and inflation could last into 2022 Check out odds, plays and more for the New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks NFL Week 7 matchup on October 25, 2021. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 10, 2021; Landover, Maryland, USA; New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton looks on against the Washington Football Team during the second half at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports The Seattle Seahawks (2-4) will try to defy oddsmakers when they take on the New Orleans Saints (3-2) on Monday, October 25, 2021 as 5-point underdogs. The contest's point total is set at 43. For more great betting and fantasy insight, join the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Odds for Saints vs. SeahawksView the original article to see embedded media.Over/under insights New Orleans and its opponents have scored at least 43 points just two times this year. Seattle's games have gone over 43 points in all six opportunities this season. The two teams combine to score 48.7 points per...
    Double Surprise! Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung Secretly Welcome Twins 50 Terrible Ways To Try and Save Money Discover player props odds, plays, and insights for Alvin Kamara in his Week 7 contest with the New Orleans Saints against the Seattle Seahawks. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 10, 2021; Landover, Maryland, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara (41) scores a touchdown as Washington Football Team free safety Kamren Curl (31) chases during the fourth quarter at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Bookmakers have listed plenty of player prop bet markets for Monday's NFL action, including for Alvin Kamara, who takes to the field at 8:15 PM ET broadcast on ESPN. Kamara and the New Orleans Saints (3-2) take the field against the Seattle Seahawks (2-4) in Week 7 at Lumen Field. Want more in-depth sports betting and fantasy insights? Sign up today for the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Alvin Kamara Prop Bet OddsView the original article to see embedded media.Alvin Kamara Prop Bet Stats and TrendsSeason Stats Kamara has rushed for a team-leading 368 yards...
    All the Times Drake and His Son Adonis Had Us In Our Feelings Underwater: Values on dozens of U.S. malls slashed by more than 70% during pandemic Discover player props odds, plays, and insights for Alex Collins in his Week 7 contest with the Seattle Seahawks against the New Orleans Saints. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 17, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Alex Collins (41) makes a gain against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Heinz Field. The Steelers won 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports In advance of Monday's game, here are the key stats and trends you need to know about Alex Collins and his player prop bet options. He'll take the field starting at 8:15 PM ET on ESPN. This Week 7 matchup sees Collins' Seattle Seahawks (2-4) square off against the New Orleans Saints (3-2) at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington. Want more in-depth sports betting and fantasy insights? Sign up today for the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Alex Collins Prop Bet OddsView the original article to see...
    Alec Baldwin was told prop gun was safe before fatal shooting, affidavit says Asst. Director Unknowingly Handed Alec Baldwin a Gun with Live Ammunition Before On-Set Shooting: Reports Discover player props odds, plays, and insights for Jameis Winston in his Week 7 contest with the New Orleans Saints against the Seattle Seahawks. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Oct 10, 2021; Landover, Maryland, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston (2) talks with Washington Football Team wide receiver Adam Humphries (13) after their game at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports Jameis Winston will have several player props available when he takes to the field on Monday at 8:15 PM ET live on ESPN. Winston's New Orleans Saints (3-2) and the Seattle Seahawks (2-4) go toe-to-toe in a Week 7 matchup from Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington. Want more in-depth sports betting and fantasy insights? Sign up today for the SI Winners Club Newsletter.Jameis Winston Prop Bet OddsView the original article to see embedded media.Jameis Winston Prop Bet Stats and TrendsSeason Stats Winston has thrown for 892 passing yards...
    Cardi B. strikes a pose wearing spikes, more stars at Paris Fashion Week 20 Jobs Where You Can Make $60,000 Out of College The New York Giants and the New Orleans Saints will open up Caesars Superdome for the first time this season when they go toe-to-toe in Week 4. New Orleans began the year away from their home stadium in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, but now have the all-clear to head back and will do so with a 2-1 record. Meanwhile, the Giants will head down to New Orleans in hopes of finding their first win of the season as they've begun the year 0-3. These past two weeks in particular have been rough for Joe Judge's teams, losing back-to-back contests on game-winning field goals.  © Provided by CBS Sports Oct 7, 2018; Charlotte, NC, USA; A New York Giants helmet sits on the sidelines against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium. As we turn our attention to this game, we'll specifically be looking at the gambling angles that this head-to-head head has to offer....
    Cameron Boyces Runt Costar Aramis Knight Remembers the Late Actor: One of the Kindest, Most Positive Souls Dow industrials tumble more than 400 points as stock market gives up early gains in September’s final session New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston is donating $50,000 to the United Way of Southeast Louisiana to help people in the New Orleans area impacted by Hurricane Ida, according to NFL Media's Steve Wyche. © Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston "Hurricane Ida has caused widespread devastation in our community and has impacted the lives of so many people across the state of Louisiana," Winston said in a statement. "My teammates and I are committed to helping our community bounce back and persevere day by day during this difficult time." Winston has been very involved in the New Orleans community since being named the Saints' starting quarterback. He partnered to donate more than 65,000 units of water to the Boys and Girls Club, the New Orleans Police and first responders, and he launched a Nola Strong T-shirt campaign, donating all...
    Hospital issues panic buttons to staff after assaults; mother of COVID victim wants daughters name remembered: Todays updates Airplane passenger opens emergency exit, walks on planes wing as flight arrives in Miami New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Gayle Benson revealed the teams' long-term succession plans in detail on Wednesday in an interview with The Times-Picayune and WVUE-TV that they would be sold with the goal of keeping both teams in New Orleans and distributing the proceeds to charity. © Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints owner Gayle Benson Benson and Saints president Dennis Lauscha said the proceeds would be distributed to charities that benefit the people of New Orleans in the fields of education, health care, arts and sciences and humanitarian efforts. According to a report (h/t ESPN), the decision to distribute proceeds to New Orleans-based charities originated when Tom Benson was still the owner. The teams' succession plans have become a topic of discussion because the Saints are in long-term lease-extension talks with Louisiana and the Caesars Superdome. Lauscha said a lease extension would keep the...
    Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito update: Petitos loved ones gather in New York for a memorial as the search for her fiancé continues Pelosi may delay vote on Senate bipartisan infrastructure bill The New Orleans Saints (1-1) will travel to Gillette Stadium on Sunday to take on the New England Patriots (1-1) in Week 3. NFL Week 3 Predictions: The Packers are a lock | Lorenzos Locks Detroit Free Press See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next "Aaron Rodgers did exactly what we expected" — Shannon Sharpe on Packers win over Lions I UNDISPUTED FOXSports Week 3 Start Em or Sit Em: Wide Receivers Sports Illustrated Week 3 Start Em or Sit Em: Tight Ends Sports Illustrated Bengals vs. Steelers preview Week 3 NFL Falcons vs. Giants preview Week 3 NFL Marcellus Wiley breaks down why the Rams are the biggest threat to the Bucs in the NFC I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF FOXSports Saints vs. Patriots preview Week 3 NFL...
    In the midst of recovering from a hurricane, a fire broke out on the roof of the Caesars Superdome, the home stadium for the New Orleans Saints. As New Orleans recovers from Hurricane Ida, disaster struck again on Tuesday afternoon when a fire broke out on the roof of the newly-named Caesars Superdome, the home stadium for the New Orleans Saints.
    Jason Sudeikis Spotted Hiking with Model Keeley Hazell as Source Says They Are Just Friends U.S. stocks retreat, with Dow falling lower as lift from softer-than-expected inflation reading fades Six New Orleans Saints assistant coaches have tested positive for COVID-19, NFL Media and ESPN reported Tuesday. One player and a nutritionist also tested positive, per the reports. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Aug 23, 2018; Costa Mesa, CA, USA: Detailed view of New Orleans Saints helmets during joint practice against the Los Angeles Chargers at the Jack. R. Hammett Sports Complex. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Saints coach Sean Payton said before the season that the entire coaching staff had been vaccinated. NFL policy states the team will be in the mitigation protocol in the aftermath of the positive tests. This protocol is where daily testing of all players and Tier 1 and Tier 2 staff is required regardless of vaccination status. Under regular NFL COVID-19 protocols, vaccinated players are only tested weekly. From NFL plays to college sports scores, all the top sports news you need to know every day....
    US coronavirus: Schools will need vaccine mandates for in-person classes to last, expert says The body politic: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez brings back the political slogan Five New Orleans Saints assistant coaches have tested positive for COVID-19, NFL Media and ESPN reported Tuesday. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Aug 23, 2018; Costa Mesa, CA, USA: Detailed view of New Orleans Saints helmets during joint practice against the Los Angeles Chargers at the Jack. R. Hammett Sports Complex. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Saints coach Sean Payton said before the season that the entire coaching staff had been vaccinated. NFL policy states the team will be in the mitigation protocol in the aftermath of the positive tests. This protocol is where daily testing of all players and Tier 1 and Tier 2 staff is required regardless of vaccination status. Under regular NFL COVID-19 protocols, vaccinated players are only tested weekly. From NFL plays to college sports scores, all the top sports news you need to know every day. There is also mandatory masking indoors for all players and all Tier 1 and Tier 2...
    Jameis Winston had a stellar night in his debut as the New Orleans Saints starting quarterback but for him, Sunday night’s win over the Green Bay Packers was especially important for the city as it recovers from the devastation left behind by Hurricane Ida.  The Saints hosted their first "home" game of the 2021 season at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. Fans cheered on as Winston led New Orleans to a 38-3 victory going 14-for-20 with 148 yards and five touchdowns. DREW BREES TAKES JAB AT HIMSELF WATCHING JAMEIS WINSTON HIGHLIGHTS After the game, instead of talking about his own accomplishments, Winston turned the focus to the city.  "That was for the city," he said. "So, shoutout to the city of New Orleans. We did that for them. We knew how much it would mean to get a great victory for that region." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM He continued: "They’ve been through so much. ... Hats off to them for their resilience, because they motivated us. They inspired us to come out there and ball."...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jameis Winston and the hurricane-displaced Saints looked right at home in northeast Florida — no doubt to the delight of fans rebuilding homes and lives back in New Orleans. Winston passed for five touchdowns, New Orleans intercepted reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers twice, and the Saints kicked off the post-Drew Brees era with a strikingly dominant 38-3 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: Evening Storms Threaten Heavy Rain, Large Hail “We knew that even though some people don’t have power, they’re going to find a way to watch the Saints,” linebacker and captain Demario Davis said. “That’s just what this team means to the city — and the city means the same to us.” The game, originally scheduled for the Superdome, was moved while the New Orleans area continues to clean up wreckage left by Hurricane Ida, which struck southeast Louisiana as a Category 4 storm on Aug. 29, 16 years to the day after Hurricane Katrina devastated the same region. After canceling their final preseason game and practicing two...
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    Matt Damon and More Celebrities Whose Kids Tested Positive for COVID-19 The Richest Town in Every State New Orleans mayor LaToya Cantrell said the Saints should plan on a return to New Orleans in early October following Hurricane Ida. © Provided by Sports Illustrated Derick E. Hingle/USA TODAY Sports The Saints will host the Packers in Jacksonville to kick off their 2021 season Sunday, effectively playing a neutral-site game after Hurricane Ida wreaked havoc on New Orleans in August. But the Saints should return to their true home stadium in time for their second home contest of 2021. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell said Thursday she expects the Saints to return to Caesars Superdome on Oct. 3 for their Week 4 matchup against the Giants. New Orleans will be on the road in Weeks 2 and 3, facing the Panthers before a matchup with the Patriots. The Superdome didn’t suffer structural damage during Hurricane Ida, per NOLA.com. But as much of New Orleans remains without electricity in the aftermath of the storm, a delay of the Saints’ home opener...
    See Lauren Bushnell and Chris Lanes Son Duttons Sweetest Photos 50 Ways You’re Throwing Money Away The New Orleans Saints were unable to host the Green Bay Packers in the Caesars Superdome in Louisiana for Sunday's regular-season opener because of complications caused by Hurricane Ida and, instead, had that matchup relocated to TIAA Bank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars.  © Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports During a Wednesday update, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell said the Saints are on track to welcoming the New York Giants to the Caesars Superdome for the Week 4 showdown scheduled to occur Oct. 3: Mayor LaToya Cantrell just said the Saints should be able to play at home on October 3rd vs New York— Sean FazendeFOX8 (@SeanFazendeFOX8) September 8, 2021 Saints fans with home season tickets received somewhat of an unintentional boost from schedule-makers in that New Orleans plays at the Carolina Panthers in Week 2 and then travels to the New England Patriots for Week 3.  Words such as "should" and "expect" admittedly do some heavy lifting in such updates because plenty...
    Oath Keepers had ‘corrupt’ intent when they stormed Capitol, DOJ says as defendants seek case dismissal Convoy of cars honoring 9/11 victims arrive in NYC after cross-country tour © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Saints will likely only have to play one home game on a neutral field. New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell said today that she expects the city to be ready for the Saints to return to the Superdome for their second home game, on October 3 against the Giants in Week Four. The Saints will open their season on Sunday with a home game against the Packers that has been moved to Jacksonville because New Orleans is still recovering from Hurricane Ida. They then play on the road at Carolina and at New England the next two Sundays. Although it’s unclear when the Saints will return to their New Orleans practice facility, the Superdome did not suffer any significant structural damage and will be ready to host games as soon as the city’s infrastructure is ready...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Former Patriots receiver Chris Hogan is back on an NFL roster. Hogan, who was released by the Saints last week as part of the team’s roster cut down, is re-signing with New Orleans ahead of Week 1 of the 2021 season. After a brief retirement from football where he tried his hand at pro lacrosse, Hogan is getting another shot in the NFL, according to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. He was impressive for the Saints during training camp and the preseason, and given New Orleans’ depleted receiving corps, the 33-year-old Hogan will likely have a role in Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers. READ MORE: Dolphins Place Starting LT Austin Jackson On COVID List Ahead Of Week 1 Vs. Patriots Hogan struggled with the New York Jets in 2020, catching only 14 passes for 118 yards over five games. He had just eight receptions over seven games for the Carolina Panthers in 2019. READ MORE: Bill Belichick Makes A COVID Clarification: As A Team, Were Better Off If Everyone Is Vaccinated That followed a solid...
    The New Orleans Saints’ home game vs. the Green Bay Packers in Week 1 will now be played at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. With Hurricane Ida wreaking havoc all over Louisiana and the Gulf Coast, the New Orleans Saints will now “host” the Green Bay Packers at TIAA Bank Field over in Jacksonville, Florida for Week 1. TIAA Bank Field is the home of the AFC South’s Jacksonville Jaguars, as well as the stadium that hosts the massive SEC East rivalry game between the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs annually around Halloween. NOLA.com reports TIAA Bank Field was the only NFL stadium in the southeastern footprint that could accommodate the Packers and the Saints on this short notice. Kickoff for this game will be in the same late-afternoon slot. Toe meets rubber at 4:25 p.m. ET. NFL officially announced that the New Orleans Saints opening game of the 2021 season against the Green Bay Packers will be played in Jacksonville, Florida at TIAA Bank Field, on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 4:25 p.m. ET. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)...
    The New Orleans Saints are investigating the possibility of remaining in the Dallas area for up to a month and opening their regular season against Green Bay in the Cowboys’ home stadium, coach Sean Payton said. While the Superdome appears to have been spared significant damage from Hurricane Ida, there are logistical challenges with staffing an NFL game there in the near future because of the widespread damage in the New Orleans area. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Many New Orleans residents have evacuated and officials have advised them not to return for at least another several days while roadways are cleared and widespread damage to power lines are repaired. Some neighborhoods are expected to be without power for weeks. "There’s a chance that, if our stadium is not ready to host the Packers in Week 1, where might that game be?" Payton said Tuesday. "That game could very well be right here at AT&T Stadium. We’ve got enough fans in this area and Houston, certainly from northern Louisiana, that we think that would be something that’s...
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    The NFL’s New Orleans Saints will spend the whole month of September away from New Orleans as the city recovers from Hurricane Ida.  ESPN’s NFL reporter Adam Schefter shared Tuesday that the Saints’ head coach Sean Payton told team reporters that his team will be away from the city until October. Schefter also said that the Saints’ regular-season home opener against the Green Bay Packers at the Caesars Superdome will be relocated. Saints’ HC Sean Payton told reporters that the team will be away from New Orleans through September as the city recovers from Hurricane Ida. This means the regular-season week 1 Packers-Saints matchup is not expected to be played in New Orleans, as scheduled.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 31, 2021 This comes amid the aftermath of Hurricane Ida making its landfall in New Orleans and surrounding areas on Sunday. The then Category 4 storm ravaged the region, leaving massive flooding, building damages and knocking out power for what's expected to be weeks.  Ida made its landfall on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, another storm that left a devastating impact...
    Lil Nas X Teams Up with Tony Hawk for Hilarious Skateboarding Video Are home equity loans tax deductible? The New Orleans Saints are currently practicing in Dallas due to the lingering impacts of Hurricane Ida and are not expected to return to Louisiana this week.  © Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports In a statement released Monday, the Saints announced owner Gayle Benson is donating $1 million to the Gulf Coast Renewal Fund and also teased they will be playing a true home game two Sundays from now. It's been reported that the Saints' Week 1 home game against the Green Bay Packers could be relocated to AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, if the teams aren't cleared to compete in the Caesars Superdome on Sept. 12. In a statement released Monday, the Saints announced owner Gayle Benson is donating $1 million to the Gulf Coast Renewal Fund and also teased they will be playing a true home game two Sundays from now.  "Our team is safe and focused on preparing for, and winning, the first regular game against the...
    Amanda Stanton Reveals Shes Ready to Marry BF Michael Fogel: A Timeline Surprising Uses for Your Credit Card Rewards As Hurricane Ida thrashed New Orleans on Sunday afternoon, Saints players had the day off and got used to their temp surroundings in downtown Dallas. The sudden relocation of about 160 football employees (players, coaches and staff) and more than 100 family members happened virtually overnight on Friday, once the severity of the hurricane became apparent. Owner Gayle Benson authorized the mobilization of two charter planes to fly the team people and families to Dallas an hour apart late Saturday afternoon. Some families with pets chose to make the drive to Dallas and meet the team there. © Provided by NBC Sports Looming details: • The Saints will practice in the Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington today, Tuesday and Wednesday from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. CT. • Tuesday is cut day around the NFL, with teams required to pare rosters from 80 to 53 by 3 p.m. CT. That will make it tough for GM Mickey Loomis and coach...
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    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Arizona Cardinals-New Orleans Saints preseason game set for Saturday has been canceled because of Hurricane Ida. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
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    On Thursday, New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced new Covid-19 protocols to help curtail the virus from spreading. The new measures will require fans to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination or a negative test to enter the Superdome for Saints games. “I’m kind of baffled by this,” Outkick founder and conservative radio host Clay Travis said. “New Orleans is not anybody’s idea of a city that is known for good decisions that are made there.” Does that mean Travis believes it’s a good idea to mandate vaccines and negative tests for large indoor gatherings at the Superdome? Unlikely. Travis, who stated he will not get the vaccine, instead relying on natural antibodies as protection from the virus, has spent much of the last 16 months minimizing Covid-19. Earlier this week, the radio host attended a Nashville public school board meeting to rally parents in speaking out against mask mandates. “Bourbon Street is phenomenal, if you’ve ever been to Bourbon Street before you’ve probably made some questionable decisions there,” Travis continued. “New Orleans is a city that is known for...
    According to reports, the New Orleans Saints will require fans to be vaccinated for the coronavirus or have proof of a negative test result to attend games at Caesars Superdome. The requirements are part of the city-wide mandates forced onto the city by New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, which rules that any indoor establishment must require vaccines or proof of positive tests. BREAKING: Proof of a COVID vaccine or negative test will be required to enter many New Orleans businesses, including bars, restaurants, and the Superdome, sources say. https://t.co/ab9lSie1RX — NOLA.com (@NOLAnews) August 12, 2021 Still, according to USA Today, Cantrell will not limit the size of the crowds allowed to see games at the Superdome. According to Outkick, the mayor considers the Caesars Superdome an indoor venue despite the stadium’s size. The Saints will kick off their first home game on Sept. 12 when the Green Bay Packers arrive in the Big Easy. Thus far, Louisiana has not stooped to requiring vaccine passports. However, the state’s top health official, Dr. Joe Kanter, clearly favors the idea that...