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Saints come to Carolina for early NFC South battle

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

The Saints also have several key players injured for this game, including defensive end Marcus Davenport. Star cornerback Marshon Lattimore is also unlikely to play after having hand surgery on Tuesday. I spend two hours ahead of kickoff for every game, breaking things down on WFNZ radio, so I thought I'd share some of my notes and thoughts on the game here, too.

New Orleans Saints lose two more assistants for game vs. Carolina Panthers amid COVID-19 protocols

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

The list of assistant coaches not with the New Orleans Saints for their game Sunday vs. the Carolina Panthers grew on Saturday. The Saints announced that defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen and pass rush specialist Brian Young will not be with the team for its second game of the season due to NFL COVID-19 protocols. Nielsen's and Young's duties will be divided among the defensive staff, the team said, adding that offensive line coach Brendan Nugent will be with the club in Carolina.

New Orleans Saints lose two more assistants for game vs. Carolina Panthers amid COVID-19 protocols

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

The list of assistant coaches not with the New Orleans Saints for their game Sunday vs. the Carolina Panthers grew on Saturday. The Saints announced that defensive line coach Ryan Nielsen and pass rush specialist Brian Young will not be with the team for its second game of the season due to NFL COVID-19 protocols. Nielsen's and Young's duties will be divided among the defensive staff, the team said, adding that offensive line coach Brendan Nugent will be with the club in Carolina.

Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints injury and scouting report for Week 2

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

The Carolina Panthers have lost eight of their last nine games against the Saints.

Can the Saints build on Week 1 momentum? 3 things to watch as they travel to Carolina

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

The Panthers star running back missed both games against New Orleans last season while battling injuries, so the last time the Saints faced him was December 2019. Though McCaffrey has emerged as one of the NFL’s most dynamic overall offensive players — an idea he cemented last week while accounting for 187 of Carolina’s 381 net offensive yards — the Saints have (mostly) kept him contained.

Today in sports history: Sept. 18

Saturday, September 18th, 2021

Here are some of the notable people celebrating birthdays today, including Dan Marino, Gaylord Perry, Oliver Stone, Prince Harry, Tom Hardy, T…

On ‘Big Friday,’ here’s how Charlotte Catholic bounced back against Providence

Friday, September 17th, 2021

One week after suffering a loss at home to a 5A Georgia team, Charlotte Catholic squared off against Providence High School in its first conference game of the season.

7 Saints assistants unavailable vs. Panthers due to COVID-19 protocol

Friday, September 17th, 2021

Seven New Orleans Saints assistant coaches will be unavailable to coach in Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers, the team announced Friday. Those unavailable are receivers coach Curtis Johnson, offensive line coach Brendan Nugent, tight ends coach Dan Roushar, running backs coach Joel Thomas, offensive analyst Jim Chaney, offensive assistant Declan Doyle and special teams assistant Phil Galiano.

Panthers vs Saints: 5 questions with Canal Street Chronicles

Friday, September 17th, 2021

The Carolina Panthers open division play this week with a game against the overly well regarded New Orleans Saints. To get an idea of where all that hype is coming from, I spoke with Chris Conner. His high opinion of the team is unsurprising—for a Saints fan.

Panthers’ Lineman Miller Still Feeling Effects Of COVID-19

Friday, September 17th, 2021

Carolina Panthers offensive lineman John Miller spent last Sunday watching his team’s season opener against the New York Jets from his bed, still recovering from COVID-19 symptoms. He’s hoping to get back on the field for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints, although he’s not sure how much he’ll be able to play because of lingering fatigue. He said if the game were today, he could probably play about two quarters at a high level.