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Mike Detillier: Goff, Kupp part of the Manning Passing Academy, L.A. connection

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By Mike Detillier / Sports Correspondent

Two huge parts of the Los Angeles Rams offense are quarterback Jared Goff and wide receiver Cooper Kupp. Both players have attended and have been counselors at the Manning Passing Academy at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux.

Goff was entering his junior season at the University of California when he attended the Manning Passing Academy, but already was fielding questions on if he would turn pro early.

“I’m really concentrating on having the best season I can have for California and trying to win the school a PAC-12 title,” Goff said. “People are going to question me about it a lot and I certainly understand why, but it’s just part of me getting better as a player. It’s one of the main reasons I am here in Thibodaux and that’s to pick up little pieces of the game from Peyton and Eli and also to see and study some of the top quarterbacks in the nation that are here.”

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Saints Week 2 Preview: Behind Enemy Lines with Rams Wire

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

The New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams are poised to kick off the most anticipated game of the year on Sunday. Including a 2018 preseason game, this will be the sixth time these teams have played each other in the last four years. That familiarity — combined with the wake of the infamous NFC championship game — has elevated the Rams to their biggest non-divisional rivals.

To get an informed opinion on what the Saints are in for this week, we exchanged questions with Cameron DaSilva, managing editor of Rams Wire. Here are his responses:

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Saints vs. Rams: Week 2 open thread

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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The Saints face the Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in the game most Saints fans have had circled on their calendars since January. These Saints aren't mired in the past, but are focused on the present, and the present in front of them today is another dangerous and talented Rams squad. These aren't the exact same teams that faced each other last November or this past January, and both of those were vastly different games in New Orleans, so we should be in...
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Saints at Rams: Craig Robertson, Mario Edwards active for 1st time, see inactives list

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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LOS ANGELES — New Orleans Saints linebacker Craig Robertson and defensive end Mario Edwards Jr. will make their season debuts as they are both active for Week 2's clash with the Los Angeles Rams.

Defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins (Achilles), wide receiver Austin Carr, offensive lineman Ethan Greenidge, defensive tackle Taylor Stallworth, offensive lineman Nick Easton, cornerback Ken Crawley and rookie safety Saquan Hampton were inactive.

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Saints inactive report for Week 2’s matchup against Rams

  • News source: John J. Hendrix
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The New Orleans Saints inactive report is out for Week 2’s highly anticipated matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. FOX’s Game of the Week is bound to draw the ire of last year’s NFC Championship game reactions, and why not? The National Media hasn’t been able to stop talking about it. At any rate, here’s who’s out this Sunday.

Only Rankins (Achilles) was declared out on the team’s final injury report on Friday. Ryan Ramczyk, who missed practice on Tuesday and was...
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Report: Saints, Payton agree to contract extension through 2024 season

  • News source: CCS Staff
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Sean Payton appears set to continue coaching the Saints for years to come.

Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports head coach has agreed to a five-year contract extension through the 2024 season.


Since joining New Orleans in 2006, Payton has a 120-74 career regular season record and a Super Bowl title in the 2009 season.
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Source: Saints ink Payton to 5-year extension

  • News source: www.espn.com - New Orleans Saints
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LOS ANGELES -- Sean Payton signed a five-year extension with the New Orleans Saints, a source confirmed to ESPN, meaning one of the NFL's longest-running partnerships will continue well into its second decade.

Only Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots has been with his team longer than Payton, who was hired in 2006 and has a career record of 119-74 in the regular season heading into Sunday's game at the Los Angeles Rams. Payton is 8-6 in the postseason...
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Sean Payton, Saints agree to 5-year contract extension

  • News source: John J. Hendrix
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We can officially quiet any looming Sunday splash reports this season with the New Orleans Saints and coaching future. FOX’s Jay Glazer reported on Sunday morning with a #GlazerBomb that Sean Payton has been locked up to a 5-year contract extension. Glazer added that he loves the city, and the city loves him — in turn, he’ll be with the Saints through 2024.

This especially hurts Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, who constantly believed that Payton could be a target...
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Saints, Sean Payton agree to new five-year contract

  • News source: Mike Florio
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So much for Sean Payton coaching the Cowboys. Or anyone else.

The Saints coach since 2006 has signed a five-year contract, according to Jay Glazer of FOX. The new deal kicks in after the season, putting him under contract with the Saints for the next six years.

Payton’s status has been the subject of near-annual speculation and rumor regarding an eventual departure for another team, with the Cowboys at the top of the list. Payton — and every other coach with a...
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New Orleans Saints, head coach Sean Payton agree to 5-year contract extension

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The New Orleans Saints and Sean Payton have reached an agreement on a 5-year contract extension for the head coach, sources confirmed to the Times Picayune | Advocate.

Payton, 55, has been with the Saints since 2006 and has led the team to one Super Bowl.

This is a developing story.
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Sunday NFL Football: Week 2 early games thread

  • News source: John J. Hendrix
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10 games are featured for the early slate of noon/1PM ET kickoffs in Week 2 across the NFL, as we wait fro the New Orleans Saints to take on the Los Angeles Rams later this afternoon in FOX’s Game of the Week. Here’s a look at the lineup of matchups on display.

Only one matchup features unbeaten teams in this way-too-early season, but it’s a good one between the Vikings and Packers, who meet for 118th time in their history (includes 3 postseason games). Looking at...
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FanPulse: Saints fans feeling nice and confident heading into Week 2

  • News source: John J. Hendrix
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SB Nation’s FanPulse continues to roll on all season, as Week 2 is here across the NFL. With the amount of votes tallied this week, New Orleans Saints fans saw an increase in team confidence. The launch of FanPulse has been instrumental in capturing the voice of the fan throughout weekly NFL polls that tackle both national and team hot topics. Our national question of the week centered around the most disappointing football team from Week 1, and undoubtedly that went...
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Saints vs. Rams: Game Time, TV, Radio, Online Streaming, Mobile, and Odds

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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The Saints face the Rams in Los Angeles today in what is being heralded as the rematch of January’s NFC Championship, but it is more importantly a matchup of two of the NFC’s top contenders this season. This is the marquee matchup of Week 2 and I cannot wait to see the Saints walk out of the LA Memorial Coliseum with a huge victory in hand. Who Dat!

Here are your links to follow all of today’s Saints Week 2 action:

Game time:

Sunday, September 15th - 1:25pm PST /...
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Can Trey Hendrickson help the Saints pass-rush become elite?

  • News source: Chris Conner13
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The New Orleans Saints finished Monday’s game against the Houston Texans with a league-high six sacks against Deshaun Watson. While Watson showed courage and resilience escaping several additional sacks the Saints front seven can say they had a good day at the office when it comes to getting after the quarterback.

The biggest question involved however is whether Monday’s performance was more about the Texans struggles in building protection for their talented...
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New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Rams: Series history and predictions

  • News source: BobRose
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Perhaps the most anticipated game in week 2 of the NFL season pits the New Orleans Saints at the Los Angeles Rams. Today's game is not only a rematch of last season's highly controversial NFC championship game, but is also a showdown between two of the top favorites to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LIV. This is the 77th meeting between two clubs that for 31 years were rivals in the NFC West division. The Rams own a 42-34 edge in the series, and a 29-25 advantage...
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How to watch Saints vs. Rams: Broadcast info, live updates, more in first meeting since no-call

  • News source: Staff report
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Time for revenge!

After a rousing victory over the Houston Texans to start the 2019 season, the New Orleans Saints are traveling to Los Angeles to take on the Rams at LA Memorial Coliseum on Sunday afternoon.

The Week 2 matchup is the first meeting between the two teams since the infamous "no-call" during the NFC Conference Championship that helped the Rams advance to Super Bowl LIII.

Get important game day information, including how to watch or stream the game...
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Walker: Saints vs. Rams showdown bigger than players may lead you to believe

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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It's the most talked about game on the Saints' schedule, all because of the game most fans don't want to talk about.

Saints fans circled it on their calendars as soon as the schedule came out.

But you wouldn't know how important it is by talking to Saints players.

If you were looking to get a tape recorder full of sports clichés, their locker room was the place to be this week.

"It's just the next game."

"We're taking it one game at a time."

"It's a new...
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