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8/10 @Browns 7:00
TBD @Chargers TBD
8/26 OILERS 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
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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
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


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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The new-look Panthers and Saints rushing attacks could be a problem for Atlanta Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 04:20 PM

Is Atlanta’s run defense up to the task?

By Dave Choate -- The Falcaholic

The Atlanta Falcons got better on defense as the season wore on, and they’ve added Dontari Poe to an already formidable group up front. In theory, a run defense that ranked 21st in the NFL in yards allowed and allowed the fifth-most rushing first downs and most rushing touchdowns should be demonstrably better. Yet it’s one of the few truly huge concerns for Atlanta heading into next year.

Part of that is simply due to opponents. The Falcons draw the Dallas Cowboys and Ezekiel Elliott, a tough test for any team, plus Jordan Howard and the Bears, Jay Ajayi and the Dolphins, Dalvin Cook and Latavius Murray with the Vikings, and so on. The Falcons have the personnel to have at least a solid run defense, but it was less than excellent a year ago, and there’s quite a few difficult matchups on that slate.

Unfortunately, the NFC South promises to be a late and daunting challenge in that regard.

Full Article -- The Falcaholic
1 Cam Jordan continues to be underrated by the NFL Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 03:48 PM

It’s insulting Cam isn’t in the Top 110 players in NFL Network’s list.

By Chris Dunnells -- CSC

NFL Network has revealed their entire Top 100 list of players in the NFL for 2017. Only two Saints made the list: QB Drew Brees (16th) and RB Adrian Peterson (98th). No disrespect to Peterson, but how in the world Peterson, who totaled a whopping 72 rushing yards in 2016, made the list over Mark Ingram (who crossed the 1,000 yard mark and averaged over 5 yards per carry).

The biggest snub in the NFL’s Top 100 list, though, for the New Orleans Saints, is the omission for Saints DE Cameron Jordan. NFL Network just listed their “honorable mentions” of 101-110 in a video, and Jordan was still absent from the list.

Full Article -- CSC
3 major passing milestones that Drew Brees can eclipse in 2017 Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 10:21 AM

With training camp rapidly approaching for the New Orleans Saints, QB Drew Brees is preparing for his 17th year in the NFL. Since arriving in New Orleans via free agency in 2006, Brees owns just about all the Saints & some league passing records.

By Gee Balance -- Who Dat Dish

Besides playing for another Super Bowl trophy what other accomplishments can the future 1st ballet Hall Of Famer Drew Brees look forward too?

Well, Let’s take a look at three major passing milestones that Drew Brees can eclipse in 2017.


According to NFL milestone tracker Brees is currently on track to join QB’s Payton Manning (71,940) & Brett Favre (71,838) as the only passer’s in NFL history to reach 70k yards.

Drew Brees passing yard numbers from last year were 5,208, which is the second most he’s had in a single year besides his 2011 campaign of 5,476.

Full Article -- Who Dat Dish
Saints QB Drew Brees launching co-ed youth flag football league Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 10:05 AM

By Mike Triplett -- ESPN

Drew Brees has already left his mark on football as one of the NFL's most prolific passers of all time. Now he's aiming even higher.

The New Orleans Saints quarterback is launching a co-ed youth flag football league that he hopes will grow into a safer alternative to tackle football across the country.

"I think that this has the opportunity to really save the game of football, honestly," said Brees, who didn't hide his passion or ambition for the Football 'N' America league, which will kick off this fall in New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Covington, Louisiana, before expanding into other states next year and possibly nationwide someday.

"I think we're filling a void that is much-needed," said Brees, who developed the idea with longtime friend and marketing agent Chris Stuart while coaching their sons' flag football team in San Diego over the past two offseasons. "We felt like, you know what, we have the opportunity here to really create what will be the premier youth co-ed flag football league in America."

Full Article -- ESPN
Saints believe second-year DT David Onyemata is showing improvement Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 09:55 AM

By Daniel Rymer -- PFF

The loss of Nick Fairley has left a big hole to fill in the New Orleans defense. Sheldon Rankins is the obvious solution, but the team has been impressed with ...
  • The Saints have been very impressed with 2nd-year DT David Onyemata this offseason. They need a big development from the Canadian prospect to cover for losing their best DT, Nick Fairley, for the upcoming season to a heart condition that may end his career.

Full Article -- PFF
Drew Brees on Terron Armstead's injury: 'That's a big blow. I'm not going to lie' Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-27-2017 06:21 PM

By Larry Holder -- Picayune

Drew Brees didn't mince words when discussing the potential season-ending shoulder injury sustained a couple of weeks ago by New Orleans Saints left tackle Terron Armstead.

"Listen, that's a big blow. I'm not going to lie," Brees told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on Tuesday.

Armstead tore the labrum in his shoulder during minicamp and will miss 4-6 months. The earliest prognosis would have an Armstead return in October, while the latter would put the left tackle back in December.

Full Article -- Picayune
1 New Orleans Saints: When will team catch a break? Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-27-2017 05:57 PM

This offseason for the New Orleans Saints has been filled with bad news and it only seems to get worse so when will the team finally get some good news?

By Rebecca -- Who Dat Dish

The New Orleans Saints are becoming one of the most unlucky teams in the NFL. Every time something good happens, something terrible offsets it. With injuries already piling up, bad predictions and constant talk of their 7-9 seasons, the Saints need something good to happen and finally break this slump.

Injuries are the hugest problem plaguing the Saints right now.*So far, they’ve lost three players who are vital*to their success. First, the team lost Max Unger for at least a short period of time. Unger was part of the Jimmy Graham trade, but has since become a huge part of the team. He might not be in his prime, but Unger is one of the best at his position and anchors the pass-heavy offense.

Full Article -- Who Dat Dish
John DeShazier: England's Alex Jenkins playing long game with Saints Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-27-2017 01:04 PM

John DeShazier -- NewOrleansSaints.com

Patience isn’t exactly Alex Jenkins’ strength, likely because it rarely has had to be.

But the defensive end already understands that he won’t play a regular-season down for the New Orleans Saints this season, no matter what he has done in minicamp, or will do in training camp and practice this year.
The short-game approach won’t work for him.

Instead, he’s part of an NFL roster twist this season for the four NFC South Division teams. The Saints, Falcons, Panthers and Buccaneers each will be able to carry an additional overseas player on their practice squads during the 2017 season as part of a new International Player Pathway program. Each team has been given an exemption for an 11th practice squad member – ineligible to be activated during the season – with three of the players selected coming from the UK and one from Germany. The NFC South was chosen to receive the international players in a random draw.

Jenkins, 24, was born and raised in Bath, England. He began playing football at the Bath City Academy and for the Bristol Aztecs, and earned a spot on the Great Britain youth team. After being chosen to participate in an all-star high school camp in Virginia, he earned a scholarship to play college football at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas.

Full Article -- NewOrleansSaints.com
Saints' on-field problem-solving skills must improve with Nick Fairley out for 2017 Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-27-2017 12:50 PM

By Larry Holder -- Picayune

No other team in the NFL pities the New Orleans Saints. The league is unforgiving.

The Saints just lost defensive tackle Nick Fairley for the season because of complications with an enlarged heart. Left tackle Terron Armstead could miss the entire 2017 season with a torn labrum in his shoulder. Center Max Unger might not be ready for the start of this season with a lingering foot injury.

Those are tough losses to swallow.

You know who's not going to send the Saints flowers or get well soon balloons? The rest of the league.

Full Article -- Picayune
Saints can’t keep treading water in Drew Brees’ final years Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-27-2017 12:36 PM

The Saints have one of the league’s greatest QBs and haven’t made the playoffs in three straight years. This is a problem.

By Jon Benne -- SB Nation

The New Orleans Saints have a true living legend in Drew Brees, a future Hall of Famer who’s still one of the best quarterbacks in the league even as he creeps closer to his 40s. Yet the Saints have been mired in mediocrity for quite some time now. They’ve made the playoffs just once in the past five years and finished under .500 the other four times.

The 2016 season was more of the same, with a top-notch offense getting undermined by a bottom-tier defense. New Orleans finished 7-9, a distant third in the NFC South behind the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It was the Saints’ third straight 7-9 season, as once again Brees produced a Pro Bowl campaign with nothing to show for it.

Now Brees is another year older, and that magical 2010 Super Bowl run is one more year into the past. Head coach Sean Payton won a lot of goodwill by bringing the Lombardi Trophy to NOLA, but how much longer can the team be stuck in neutral?

Defensive leader Cameron Jordan is certainly aware of his team underachieving in recent years, and he told NFL.com that he’s eager to change that perception.

Full Article -- SB Nation
Losing Nick Fairley for the season was never part of the plan, but the Saints need to find a way to overcome the loss Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-26-2017 05:51 PM
Losing Nick Fairley for the season was never part of the plan, but the Saints need to find a way to overcome the loss

By Nick Underhill -- Advocate

Nick Fairley will not be playing football this season.

After consulting with several doctors about his existing heart condition, the Saints made the decision to place the defensive tackle on the reserve/non-football injury list on Monday, which brings his season to a close.

The decision comes after Fairley met with at least three specialists about his condition.

Doctors first discovered the defensive tackle had an enlarged heart before the 2011 draft. He played through it for several years, but a new doctor he saw this offseason in Boston detected a change in the condition and recommended Fairley end his career.

Full Article -- Advocate
Life on the transaction wire: Slimmer Khalif Barnes hopes to stick with Saints Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-26-2017 03:03 PM

By Josh Katzenstein -- Picayune

Offensive lineman Khalif Barnes participated in an NFL rookie minicamp this May for the first time since 2005.

The difference was this year Barnes was trying out for the New Orleans Saints instead of learning about the NFL like when he was a second-round pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars.

As he hoped to catch on with a team for a 13th season, Barnes experienced a funny moment during a meeting before this year's rookie camp.

"It was kind of funny because I looked around and I saw all these kids, and we all had to introduce ourselves," he said. "There were a couple free agents in there that were like Year 8 maybe. ... And then all the rest of the guys were just fresh from college. I was the last guy to introduce myself, and I was like, 'Khalif Barnes, University of Washington, 13 years.' Everybody was like, 'Ooh!'"

Full Article -- Picayune
Film review: Alex Okafor should be upgrade for Saints even if he's not elite pass rusher Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-26-2017 11:23 AM

By Josh Katzenstein -- Picayune

The New Orleans Saints entered this offseason seeking ways to help their pass rush.

Besides Cameron Jordan, the Saints have not had another defensive end consistently create consistent pressure the past two seasons, and the results were a ranking of 27th in sacks in 2016 and tied for 25th in 2015.

While many fans hoped the Saints would spend more on a play-making edge rusher, the top free-agent acquisition at the position was Alex Okafor, who experienced ups and downs during his four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.

Full Article -- Picayune
Cameron Jordan: ‘We’re ready to win it now’ Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-26-2017 10:58 AM

The summer represents the annual cycle of NFL optimism. No team seems to be drinking its own Kool-Aid more than the New Orleans Saints these days.

By Matt Barbato -- All 22

The optimism in New Orleans has been flowing since the end of March, when quarterback Drew Brees said the team was “very close,” to being Super Bowl contenders. Defensive end Cameron Jordan added to the hype while speaking with the MMQB.com’s Greg Bishop.

“We’re building a team to win a Super Bowl,” Jordan told Bishop. “We’re not building for the future. It’s hard not to believe in our team. We’re ready to win it now.”

The Saints underwent a productive offseason that was headlined by the signing of running back Adrian Peterson and the additions of Marshon Lattimore and Ryan Ramczyk in the first round of the 2017 draft.

Full Article -- All 22
The Daunting Challenges That Await Marshon Lattimore in the NFC South Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-25-2017 12:20 AM

By Derrick -- Tops Sports

After a shocking turn of events in the previous selections of the 2017 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints decided to bolster their secondary when they selected cornerback Marshon Lattimore out of The Ohio State University with the 11th pick in the draft. It is projected that Lattimore will line-up opposite of cornerback Delvin Breaux for the Saints defense this season.

The Saints made the right choice when they selected Lattimore with the 11th pick in the draft, however; there will be numerous obstacles that will stand in his path in the very talented NFC South Division.

On two occasions throughout the season, Lattimore will at least defend against wide receivers such as DeSean Jackson, Mike Evans, Julio Jones, Mohamed Sanu, and Kelvin Benjamin. Those receivers alone are some of the best at the position right now.

Full Article -- Tops Sports
NFL linebacker, former State College standout Nate Stupar holds camp benefiting foundation Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 06-24-2017 08:53 PM

By John McGonigal -- Centre Daily Times

STATE COLLEGE -- New Orleans Saints linebacker Nate Stupar signed jerseys, shirts and footballs — and shook plenty of hands — on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field.

Stupar, a State College native, had no qualms with any of it. Rarely did his wide smile fade.

“This was just about giving back to the kids,” the former Penn State standout said. “That’s what State of Hope is about.”
At his old stomping grounds, Stupar hosted “Training Camp 2017” — a full-day football clinic benefitting the State of Hope Foundation, established by the NFL linebacker and his wife, Marissa.

Full Article -- Centre Daily Times
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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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