Archive for the ‘New Orleans Saints’ Category

7 NFL Players Who Should Look Forward to Free Agency in 2021

Sunday, June 28th, 2020

King missed 17 games through his first two seasons because of shoulder, groin and hamstring injuries. Even if he replicates his 2019 showing, the Packers may be hesitant to offer him a long-term deal because of durability concerns. According to ESPN's Rob Demovsky, the Packers have opened long-term contract negotiations with one of running back Aaron Jones' agents, Chris Cabott.

Brandon’s Demario Davis is an advocate for change

Saturday, June 27th, 2020

Saints standout linebacker Demario Davis is out to change his home state and the world. He's doing that by being involved in as many actionable initiatives as he can. Whether it's the NFL's Players Coalition for his own Devoted Dreamers Foundation.

Dan Wiederer: NFL wants to get up and running. But right now there’s a lot of ‘We got this!’ and not a lot of ‘Here’s how.’

Saturday, June 27th, 2020

NFL training camps are coming soon. Sooner by the day as a matter of fact. Circle the reporting date on the calendar if you're so inclined.

New Orleans Saints’ biggest roster need heading into 2020 season

Friday, June 26th, 2020

The New Orleans Saints are undoubtedly one of the best teams in the NFC, and one of the top contenders to win the Super Bowl in the 2020 season. Despite faltering in the playoffs last year, the Saints made a number of key moves in the offseason. They signed Emmanuel Sanders to be the No.

Saints’ Malcolm Jenkins: Football is “nonessential business” during coronavirus

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Jenkins said plans to return to the field do not include a “bubble,” or isolated area for players and their families like the NBA has planned. The NBA is scheduled to resume play in July with its players in quarantine in Florida. I have parents that I don’t want to get sick,” Jenkins said.

Players raise concerns about playing football in 2020

Friday, June 26th, 2020

In fact, several players don’t even feel safe playing football this season. At least not right now. New Orleans Saints safety and member of the NFLPA’s executive committee Malcolm Jenkins voiced his thoughts about playing football in an interview on Thursday where he considered football a “nonessential business” when discussing the risks of playing a 2020 season.

Study: Superdome has seen the most success on offense around the NFL

Friday, June 26th, 2020

The New Orleans Saints have been known to play on one of the faster tracks you’ll find in the NFL, but it’s always nice to see some real numbers on just how high they’ve soared at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Drew Brees and company have been nearly-flawless under Sean Payton’s coaching since 2006, and that’s been proven in a study from the team at

Drew Brees sponsoring Black College Hall of Fame event

Friday, June 26th, 2020

When Saints quarterback Drew Brees apologized multiple times for his "disrespecting the flag" comments, he said he wanted to be part of the solution. He's writing a check to sponsor an event which could be a step along that path. Via Mike Triplett of, Brees and his wife, Brittany, will be the presenting sponsors [more]

Fleur-de-Links, June 26: Drew Brees and wife sponsor Black College HOF event, Janoris Jenkins not ready to return to football

Friday, June 26th, 2020

Officially licensed Saints face coverings are available for the first time, with partial proceeds from the sales going to the CDC Foundation. On a recent CNN appearance, Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins said that he he does not feel comfortable returning to play football until the risk of coronavirus has been “eliminated. While previous Saints sign-ees like Ken Crawley and Eli Apple have not be able to be long-term CB2s behind Marshon Lattimore, Janoris Jenkins could finally fill that position.

NFL’s Malcolm Jenkins concerned about coronavirus risk

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

We can't do that," Jenkins said. "So we'll end up being kind of on this trust system, the honor system, where we just have to hope that guys are social distancing and things like that. And that puts all of us at risk, not only us as players and who's in the building, but when you go home to your families.