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2017 Schedule
Date Opponent Time
8/10 @Browns 7:00
TBD @Chargers TBD
8/26 TEXANS 7:00
8/31 BALTIMORE 7:00
Regular Season
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Date Opponent Time
9/11 @Vikings 6:10
9/17 PATRIOTS 12:00
9/24 @Panthers 12:00
10/2 @Dolphins 8:30am
-- Bye --
10/15 LIONS 12:00
10/22 @Packers 12:00
10/29 Bears 12:00
11/5 BUCS 3:05
11/12 @Bills 12:00
11/19 REDSKINS 7:25
11/26 @Rams 12:00
12/3 PANTHERS 12:00
12/7 @Falcons 7:25
12/17 JETS 3:05
12/24 FALCONS 12:00
12/31 @Bucs 3:25
Post Season
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Date Opponent Time
TBA TBA TBA
2017 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (11)  Marshon Lattimore  CB
1 (32)  Ryan Ramczyk OT
2 (42)  Marcus Williams  FS
3 (67)  Alvin Kamara RB
3 (76)  Alex Anzalone LB
3 (103)  Trey  Hendrickson DE
6 (196)  Al-Quadin  Muhammed DE

2017 Undrafted Rookie Free Agent Signings:
Devoroe Lawrence -DT, Aub.
Andrew Lauderdale-OT, NH
Sae Tautu -LB, BYU
Travin Dural -WR, LSU
Cameron Lee -G, Ill. St.
Arthur Maulet -CB, Memphis
Colin Buchanon-G/T, Mia.(Oh)
Cameron Tom-C, S. Miss.
Ahmad Fullwood -WR, Fla.
Joseph Robinson -Woodgett -FB,UMass
Chase Dominguez -LS, Utah
Clint Van Horn -T, Marshall

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2016 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Sheldon Rankins DT
2 (47)  Michael Thomas WR
2 (61)  Von Bell FS
4 (120)  David Oneyemata DT
7 (237)  Daniel Lasco RB
2016 Rookie Free Agents Signings:
Jack Allen, OL, Michigan State
Joseph Cheek, OL, Texas A&M
Ken Crawley, DB, Colorado
Jared Dangerfield, WR, WKU
Trae Elston, DB, Ole Miss
De'Vante Harris, CB, Texas A&M
Marcus Henry, C, Boise State
Sione Houma, FB, Michigan
Dillon Lee, LB, Alabama
Tommylee Lewis, WR, N. Ill.
Ryker Matthews, OT, BYU
DJ Pettway, DL, Alabama
Jeff Schoettmer, S, UNC
Dominique Tovell, LB, UL-Laf.
Landon Turner, G, UNC
John Walker, DB, Colorado
Jordan Williams, WR, Ball St.
Avery Young, OL, Auburn
Jake Lampman WR Ferris St.
Jimmy Pruitt CB San Jose St.
2015 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Andrus Peat OT
1 (31)  Stephone Anthony LB
2 (12)  Hau'Oli Kikaha LB
3 (11)  Garrett Grayson QB
4 (14)  P.J. Williams CB
5 (12)  Davis Tull LB
5 (18) Tyeler Davison DT
5 (31) Damian Swann CB
7 (13) Marcus Murphy RB
2015 Rookie Free Agents Signings: DL - Tavaris Barnes, Kaleb Eulls, Ashaad Mabry, Bobby Richardson, G - Doniel Gambrell, Cyril Lemon, WR - R.J. Harris, Malcolme Kennedy, OT- Sean Hickey, LB Marcus Pierce-Brewster, Stephon Sanders, TE - Harold Spears, Jack Tabb, LB Henry Coley, OL Antonio Johnson, K Zach Hocker and WR Kyle Prater.
2014 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (20)  Brandin Cooks WR
2 (58)  Stan Jean-Baptiste CB
4 (126)  Kahri Fortt ILB
5 (167)  Vinnie Sunseri SS
5 (169)  Ronald Powell DE
6 (202)  Tavon Rooks OT

2014 UDFA SIGNINGS

2013 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (15)  Kenny Vaccaro S
3 (75)  Terron Armstead T
3 (82)  John Jenkins DT
5 (144)  Kenny Stills WR
6 (183)  Rufus Johnson DE
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Benson's memory fuzzy but resolve strong in case against ex-assistant, deposition shows Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 09:12 PM


By Ramon Antonio Vargas -- Advocate

Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson couldn't remember exactly where his football team won the Super Bowl in 2010. Or the name of his basketball team's most famous player.

He was giving a deposition, getting grilled by an attorney for a former employee pursuing a labor complaint against him with the NFL, and the 89-year-old was clearly fuzzy on some of the details that came up.

Yet Benson was firm about why he had fired his former personal assistant in June 2015, alleging lapses in performance. And he was insistent that he had done nothing wrong in letting Rodney Henry go.

"He disappointed me so bad," Benson said. "I didn't want to think about him anymore."

Full Article -- Advocate
Saints say first practice against Chargers was just 'OK,' have plenty to fix Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 08:52 PM


By Nick Underhill -- Advocate

COSTA MESA, Calif. — The biggest benefit of conducting joint practices is that they provide a barometer of where a team stands.

There is no cheating, because tendencies and calls are not known. There is no scouting or game planning. It’s just one team against another, player versus player, in a test to see how things have been coming together throughout the summer.

The early reviews are in on the Saints after their first practice with the Los Angeles Chargers. They aren’t positive — at least not fully — and there are a lot of things the team will need to correct before Friday’s session.

“There were some periods that I thought were better than others,” coach Sean Payton said Thursday in Orange County. “There’s going to be some that we put the film on and there’s going to be a lot of things we look at to make corrections. It was OK.”

Full Article -- Advocate
Marshon Lattimore hits ground running against Chargers Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 08:41 PM


By Joel Erickson -- Advocate

COSTA MESA, Calif. – Two weeks away from the football field doesn't seem to have robbed Marshon Lattimore of any of his athleticism.

Finally turned loose after rehabilitating a sprained knee suffered early in training camp, Lattimore was back to full strength on Thursday against the Los Angeles Chargers, flashing the promise that made him the No. 11 pick in April's NFL draft.

Lattimore broke up four of the five passes thrown his way in one-on-one drills against Chargers receivers and added another breakup while working with the second-team defense.

"He got a lot of work in today, he will receive more work tomorrow," Saints coach Sean Payton said. "He is feeling good, so it is really just getting back into the defensive calls, playing speed, and we just have to be wise about how many reps (Lattimore takes) each day."

Full Article -- Advocate
Norv Turner expecting big year from odds-defying Adrian Peterson Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 08:20 PM


By Josh Katzenstein -- Picayune

COSTA MESA, Calif. -- Norv Turner saw a few familiar sights on Thursday.

Turner, the former Chargers head coach, watched his former team compete in joint practices with the New Orleans Saints at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex, but seeing the Chargers work wasn't the only reason for Turner to reminisce.

As the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings from 2014-16, Turner coached running back Adrian Peterson, who is now in his first season with the Saints. And, according to Turner, Peterson still looks like the playmaker he used to be for the Vikings.

"I always watch Adrian," Turner said after practice. "He's one of the funnest guys to watch because he's got such great effort and he's so explosive. I laughed when I saw Sean (Payton's) comments about how explosive he was because it's almost the same exact thing I said the first time I was on the practice field with him in Minnesota.

Full Article -- Picayune
Drew Brees on Saints fans at joint practice with Chargers: 'Who Dat Nation is everywhere' Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 08:10 PM


By Herbie Teope -- Picayune

COSTA MESA, Calif. - They were loud and they were noticed.

Hundreds of New Orleans Saints fans made their presence felt Thursday morning at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex, yelling encouragement to players and excitedly offering approval on any made play.

And the turnout certainly had Drew Brees' attention throughout the joint practice with the Los Angeles Chargers.

"I'm wondering where they came from," Brees said with a chuckle. "Are they are all SoCal folks? I don't know."

Full Article -- Picayune
Saints center Max Unger passes physical Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 07:57 PM


By Joel Erickson -- Advocate

COSTA MESA, Calif. – Saints center Max Unger passed his physical on Thursday, according to the NFL's transactions wire, clearing the veteran to come off of the physically unable to perform list.

Unger, who underwent surgery during the summer to repair a space in the bones of the Lisfranc area of his foot, has begun practicing on a limited basis with the Saints, and he took a few snaps during Thursday's joint practice with the Los Angeles Chargers.

Full Article -- Advocate
5(ish) Saints observations from Thursday's Chargers joint training camp session Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 07:42 PM


By Larry Holder -- Picayune

Saints offense struggles ...

COSTA MESA, Calif. -- I was honestly waiting for Drew Brees to slam his helmet to the ground in frustration.

The New Orleans Saints first-team offense played erratic at best against the Los Angeles Chargers first teamers during Thursday’s 2½ hour practice session. Brees and the gang struggled mightily in seven-on-seven drills and it never improved once team drills arrived.

The Chargers forced Brees to check down multiple times during seven-on-sevens. When Brees took a shot in the end zone, cornerback Jason Verrett tipped away a potential scoring strike to Michael Thomas.

Issues carried over into team drills with the Saints wide receivers failing to separate from the Chargers secondary on multiple snaps forcing coverage sacks on Brees.

Brees scored the only touchdown for the Saints in team drills on a designed quarterback draw.

Chargers safety Dwight Lowery picked off Chase Daniel on a deep ball in team drills. Daniel attempted a deep ball to Brandon Coleman, but Lowery read the play so well that he camped under the ball to make the pick.

Brees even acknowledged after practice the offense didn’t look too sharp in Thursday’s session.

Full Article -- Picayune
Drew Brees on Thursday's practice with Chargers: 'I didn't think we were real sharp today' Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 07:33 PM


By Herbie Teope -- Picayune

COSTA MESA, Calif. - The New Orleans Saints have enjoyed good days of work on the field through 16 days of training camp practices.

Day 17, which featured a joint practice session Thursday with the Los Angeles Chargers at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex, was not one of them.

From penalties, the offensive line blowing protections to*the defensive secondary often surrendering big plays down the field during team-related drills, the Saints didn't turn in a good performance.

"I didn't think we were real sharp today," quarterback Drew Brees said. "We'll go and look at the tape, and as their always is, there's always things you want to correct and work on.

Full Article -- Picayune
Adrian Peterson isn't sure if he'll play in any preseason games for Saints Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 07:16 PM


COSTA MESA, Calif. – The fans ringing the field at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex on Thursday only had eyes for two people.

Adrian Peterson and Drew Brees.

Whether or not those fans will get to see Peterson in action during Sunday's preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers remains a mystery.

"I don’t know," Peterson said. "I’ll talk with Coach when that time comes, and if they say, ‘Hey, we’re rolling,’ we’re rolling.’ If not, it is what it is."

Full Article -- Advocate
Max Unger getting closer, 12 Saints miss first joint practice with Chargers Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 06:18 PM


By Josh Katzenstein -- Picayune

COSTA MESA, Calif. -- New Orleans Saints center Max Unger took the field Thursday wearing full pads and a helmet.

Before the Saints and Los Angeles Chargers held their first of two joint practices at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex, Unger lined up with his New Orleans centers and snapped the ball several times, mostly to backup quarterback Chase Daniel but a few to starter Drew Brees.

Ultimately, Unger didn't practice, so he remains on the physically unable to perform*list due to his foot injury. But, as the Saints hope to have their starting center back before the end of the preseason, his participation on Thursday -- however minimal -- was a good sign.

Meanwhile, several other players did not participate in the joint practice. Running back Travaris Cadet and defensive tackle David Onyemata were on the field but observed practice.

Full Article -- Picayune
Saints make tough call to fire docs, but Delvin Breaux deserved better Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 06:05 PM


By Jeff Duncan -- Picayune

It's official. My greatest regret of the NFL preseason is not the*New Orleans Saints' decision to hold training camp in swampy, sweaty Metairie rather than mild, temperate West Virginia.

It's that HBO's "Hard Knocks" elected to document the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' training camp instead of the Saints' this preseason.

This Delvin Breaux fiasco would have put Season 7 of "Game of Thrones" to shame.

Can you imagine the reaction from Saints coach Sean Payton when informed that Breaux, his best cornerback, was (1.) injured worse than originally diagnosed; and (2.) set back two weeks in his recovery because of the misdiagnosis.

Hell hath no fury like an NFL head coach misinformed about a star player's health.

Full Article -- Picayune
Saints diagnosed problem with medical staff, and now they get a chance to fix it Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 08-16-2017 08:17 PM


By Rod Walker -- Advocate

Feel free to get a second opinion on this, but here's mine.

First, the bad news.

The Saints' decision to fire two team doctors because of a misdiagnosis of cornerback Delvin Breaux's leg injury should be a bit concerning for sports fans in New Orleans.

The good news is the Saints saw a problem and decided to do something about it.

This could be good news for Saints fans as well as Pelicans fans.

Deryk Jones and Misty Suri were the doctors dismissed by the Saints. Suri, also the head physician for the Pelicans, will keep his role with that team.

Full Article -- Advocate
Saints training camp Wednesday: Top plays, bad moments, roll call, more Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 08-16-2017 07:58 PM


By Nick Underhill -- Advocate

Notes and observations from Wednesday’s training camp practice:

Did not practice: WR Jake Lampman, WR Ted Ginn Jr., CB Sterling Moore, DB Taveze Calhoun, CB Delvin Breaux (fibula), LB Stephone Anthony, C Jack Allen, TE Clay Harbor, DL David Onyemata, WR Travin Dural, T Terron Armstead (shoulder), C Max Unger

Non-contact jersey: RB Travaris Cadet

Dress code: Shells

Need to know

CB Marshon Lattimore was back in action after missing the past several practices with a knee sprain. He took part in team drills and did not appear to be held back at all. He was targeted once in coverage, surrendering a reception to WR Corey Fuller.

The Saints had a somewhat abbreviated practice. There was a period of goal-line work, but it was conducted behind a wall of players, creating an obstructed view for the media.

Full Article -- Advocate
Ochsner stands by fired doctors; respects Saints' decision Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 08-16-2017 07:43 PM


WWL TV.com

METAIRIE -- Ochsner Health System has come out in defense of two of its doctors who were let go by the Saints organization for an apparent misdiagnosis of what turned out to be a fractured fibula for cornerback Delvin Breaux.

The Saints let go of Orthopedists Dr. Deryk Jones and Dr. Misty Suri. Dr. Suri will remain as the team physician for the New Orleans Pelicans.

Ochsner said it was surprised by the Saints decision, but respected the team's right to do so.

"We stand behind our strong Sports Medicine Program, including Dr. Jones and Dr. Suri and a team made up of nationally recognized orthopedic surgeons who are fellowship trained in sports medicine," said the statement.

Full Article -- WWL TV.com
Saints optimistic rookie CB Marshon Lattimore will make preseason debut at Chargers on Sunday Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 08-16-2017 07:32 PM


By Joel Erickson -- Advocate

On the same day news broke that the Saints will be without one of their cornerbacks for another four to six weeks, New Orleans got another one back in action.

First-round draft pick Marshon Lattimore, who suffered a sprained knee at the end of the first week of training camp, was back on the practice field Wednesday, participating in full-team action for the first time since the injury.

New Orleans believes Lattimore's chances of playing in Sunday's preseason game at the Los Angeles Chargers are strong.

"Hopefully, pretty good," coach Sean Payton said. "We've got to be smart with regards to a pitch count, how many plays, but we're optimistic that he's going to be able to play."

Full Article -- Advocate
Saints fire team orthopedists after misdiagnosis of Delvin Breaux injury Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 08-16-2017 06:24 PM


By Jeff Triplett -- ESPN

METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints fired team orthopedists Deryk Jones and Misty Suri on Wednesday after it was discovered that cornerback Delvin Breaux had a fracture in his fibula that was originally diagnosed as a bruise.

"I think it's not one event, it probably builds up over a period of time," coach Sean Payton said when asked about the decision to fire the doctors. "You're not gonna bat a thousand here, but you're just hoping that more often than not, you're getting the right information."

Payton met with the Saints on Tuesday to discuss the situation.

Full Article -- ESPN
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Mike D's Very Early Look at the Top 52 Prospects for the 2018 NFL Draft
Posted On 06-08-2017


A Very Early Look at the Top 52 Prospects for the 2018 NFL Draft

By Mike Detillier


1. Sam Darnold, Quarterback, USC

2. Josh Allen, Quarterback, Wyoming

3. Arden Key, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, LSU

4. Derwin James, Safety, Florida State

5. Saquon Barkley, Halfback, Penn State

6. Malik Jefferson, Middle/Outside Linebacker, Texas

7. Josh Rosen, Quarterback, UCLA

8. Minkah Fitzpatrick, Cornerback/Free Safety, Alabama

9. Christian Kirk, Wide Receiver, Texas A&M

10. Bradley Chubb, Defensive End, North Carolina State

11. Derrius Guice, Halfback, LSU

12. Courtland Sutton, Wide Receiver, SMU

13. Christian Wilkins, Defensive Tackle, Clemson

14. Tarvarus McFadden, Cornerback, Florida State

15. Harold Landry, Defensive End/OLB, Boston College

16. Sam Hubbard, Defensive End, Ohio State

17. Calvin Ridley, Wide Receiver, Alabama

18. Vita Vea, Defensive Tackle, Washington

19. Mike McGlinchey, Offensive Tackle, Notre Dame

20. Trey Adams, Offensive Tackle, Washington

21. Cameron Smith, Middle Linebacker, USC

22. Marquis Haynes, Outside Linebacker, Ole Miss

23. Mark Andrews, Tight End, Oklahoma

24. Mason Rudolph, Quarterback, Oklahoma State

25. Jaylon Ferguson, Defensive End, Louisiana Tech

26. Lamar Jackson, Quarterback, Louisville

27. James Washington, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

28. Clelin Ferrell, Defensive End, Clemson

29. Da'Shawn Hand, Defensive End, Alabama

30. Iman Marshall, Cornerback, USC

31. Tyquan Lewis, Defensive End, Ohio State

32. Martez Ivey, Offensive Tackle/Guard, Florida

33. Jaire Alexander, Cornerback, Louisville

34. Lowell Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah

35. Connor Williams, Offensive Tackle, Texas

36. Marcus Allen, Free/Strong Safety, Penn State

37. Bo Scarbrough, Halfback, Alabama

38. Deon Cain, Wide Receiver, Clemson

39. Martinas Rankin, Offensive Tackle, Mississippi State

40. Jerome Baker, Outside Linebacker, Ohio State

41. Royce Freeman, Halfback, Oregon

42. Derrick Nnadi, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

43. Da'Ron Payne, Defensive Tackle, Alabama

44. Orlando Brown, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

45. Baker Mayfield, Quarterback, Oklahoma

46. Troy Fumagalli, Tight End, Wisconsin

47. Quenton Nelson, Offensive Guard, Notre Dame

48. Dante Pettis, Wide Receiver, Washington

49. Quin Blanding, Strong Safety, Virginia

50. Armani Watts, Free Safety, Texas A&M

51. Larry Allen, Jr., Offensive Guard, Harvard

52. Micah Kiser, Inside Linebacker, Virginia


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Kamara’s Early Impact and Much More -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 05-07-2017


Kamara’s Early Impact and Much More

By Mike Detillier

Coming out of every NFL draft folks ask about immediate impact players for their respective teams. Every once in a while you get a signature player as a rookie as a pass rusher or defensive back, but most of those immediate first year impact guys are on offense at halfback or wide receiver.

Last season the San Diego Chargers got a big impact hit on defense with the selection of defensive end Joey Bosa and in 2015 the Kansas City Chiefs hit early gold in cornerback Marcus Peters, but in 2016 look at the impact wide receiver Michael Thomas made with the New Orleans Saints and the huge impact halfback Ezekiel Elliott had with the Dallas Cowboys.

Early contributions of wide receivers Odell Beckham, Jr., DeAndre Hopkins, Amari Cooper, Mike Evans and Jarvis Landry made them Year 1 impact players in the NFL.

While cornerback Marshon Lattimore and free safety Marcus Williams are talented players to add to the Saints defensive squad and it is so needed, I believe the Year 1 impact performer will be Tennessee halfback Alvin Kamara.

He fits the role that Reggie Bush and Darren Sproles played so well with the Black and Gold and his receiving skills will eat up some of the catches wide receiver Brandin Cooks had on the offensive side of the ball.

With Cooks now in New England, the combination of Kamara and the addition of veteran wideout Ted Ginn, Jr. should fill in that huge opening of catches out on the field.

As a rookie Reggie Bush split time with Deuce McAllister at the halfback spot, but the former USC Heisman Trophy winner was the ideal fit in Sean Payton’s offense as the back in the slot as a receiver, the receiver catching the swing pass, the edge runner and punt returner.

While McAllister was still considered the lead-dog runner Bush touched the ball 271 times in 2006 as a runner, receiver and return man and contributed 1,523 yards of all-purpose yards.

Sproles was an established performer when he came to the Saints after six seasons with the San Diego Chargers, but in his first season with New Orleans in 2011 he touched the ball 242 times for 2,696 yards as a runner, receiver, punt returner and kickoff return man which set a new NFL all-purpose yardage mark.

One AFC general manager told me his team tried to trade up into the 3rd round to draft the speedy Volunteer halfback.

“We had to go defense in Round #2 to fill a huge need spot, but when Alvin fell into Round #3 we started making calls,” the AFC general manager said. “We knew other teams were too and we had found a trade partner, but the Saints got him first. We thought he could be a “Jamaal Charles-Kansas City Chiefs” type edge back and receiver. Before the knee injuries settled in with Jamaal he was a really good back and we were willing to part with multiple picks to get Kamara. He’s a great fit for the Saints. It is part of the business you miss out on a player that really can boost an offense quickly in the league and Kamara could have done that with us and he will with New Orleans.”

With Mark Ingram still the heavy-duty rushing back and him being backed up by 32-year old and future NFL Hall of Fame halfback Adrian Peterson, the speedy Kamara may not get 271 or 242 touches in the 2017 season, but you can bet the bank Sean Payton has a specific and extensive role for him in the Saints... Read More...
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