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By Nick Underhill | NewOrleans.football


We’ve heard Sean Payton talk numerous times about the various offenses he studies across the league and how he watches every touchdown scored every week for new ideas.

Does he do the same with any college offenses?

The coach said he pays attention to that game, but not at the same level he does the NFL. But he said that’s why he has people like offensive analyst Jim Chaney on the staff.

“He’ll have some fricking play from Vanderbilt or Mississippi State, or there will be some (other play), and we try to apply it,” Payton said. “There’s sometimes where we come up with something, there’s a lot of creative minds, and they don’t have to be just in the NFL or college. Quite honestly, they very well could be at the high school level.”

The influence that college offenses are having on the NFL has grown substantially over the last several years. There are several reasons for this, but a lot of it has to do with technology and how readily available film from those games has become. ...

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Jeff Duncan: The Saints will show Monday night why they're the best road team in the NFL

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By JEFF DUNCAN, The New Orleans Advocate Sports Columnist

METAIRIE, La. - The New Orleans Saints find themselves in an unusual position in their game at Seattle on Monday night: They’re favored.

The Saints’ 5-point spread marks just the second time they’ve been favored in 11 trips to the Emerald City.

The other time was the 2010 NFC Wild Card playoffs, when the Saints were 11-point favorites against the 7-9 Seahawks and were upset 41-36 in the infamous “Beast Mode” game.

Historically, the Saints have struggled in their infrequent trips to the Pacific Northwest. They’re won just four of 10 games all-time in Seattle, which is widely recognized as one of the most hostile road environments in the league.

And Lumen Field figures to be particularly hostile for the prime-time kickoff next week. The Seahawks are a desperate team, having lost two straight games and four of their past five. They're not used to losing in Seattle, and the Seahawks can’t afford to fall too much farther behind the Cardinals (6-0) and Rams (5-1) in the NFC West division race. ...

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Jets Insider Pegs Saints as Potential Trade Partners: ‘Wouldn’t Surprise Me’

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By Paul A. Esden Jr.

The New York Jets are going to continue to hear their name brought up in trade talks as we approach the deadline on November 2.

Whether fairly or unfairly, this team has been labeled a seller by the masses, and NFL teams are like vultures flying over a rotting carcass. If they think they can get a deal and swipe a key piece to improve their title chances, they’ll do it.

There is a lot of speculation if the Jets will be sellers at the deadline. If history is any indication, general manager Joe Douglas will certainly answer the phone if it rings.

One team that could be calling the green and white sooner rather than later is the New Orleans Saints.

“I think the Saints should consider trading for Jamison Crowder or Denzel Mims,” said ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini on the Flight Deck podcast. “They need wide receivers and Crowder is a polished guy that could step right in. Mims is more of a long-term project but that wouldn’t surprise me if the Saints come knocking looking for some wideouts.”

New Orleans simply don’t have the horses to compete at wide receiver:

  • Chris Hogan
  • Marquez Callaway
  • Lil’Jordan Humphrey
  • Ty Montgomery
  • Kenny Stills
  • Deonte Harris
They also have a pair of talented wide receivers who are banged up in Tre’Quan Smith (injured reserve) and Michael Thomas (physically unable to perform list). It sounds like Thomas is still “a few weeks away.” So they could obviously use a ton of help in that department. ...

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Saints at Seahawks final injury report: Multiple offensive starters ruled out

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The New Orleans Saints take two steps forward and one step back on the injury front.

On the offensive line, both Terron Armstead and Erik McCoy are both returning for Monday Night Football against the Seattle Seahawks. However, WR/KR Deonte Harris, QB/WR/TE/ST Taysom Hill, and RB/ST Dwayne Washington have all been ruled out. Rookie defensive end Payton Turner has also been ruled out with a calf injury.

You might be looking for names like Kwon Alexander, Tre’Quan Smith, Marcus Davenport, and Wil Lutz, but this quartet, while all have been designated to return from injured reserve, have...
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NFL Week 7 injury updates on Saquon Barkley, T.Y. Hilton and more

  • News source: www.espn.com - New Orleans Saints
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The NFL season is on Chapter 7, and teams are starting to find their identities as they trudge along each week. Some teams understand that they are not among the league's elite, while others are still trying to make the case that they belong in that conversation. Injuries have been a constant variable among teams this season.

Entering Week 7, many teams are having to manage their rosters after learning of ailments to their players. Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield is dealing with many issues to his left shoulder, which kept him out of Thursday's 17-14 victory over the Denver...
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WR Hogan decides to retire after 10-year career

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METAIRIE, La. -- After a brief return to the NFL this season with the New Orleans Saints, receiver Chris Hogan decided to retire.

The 10-year veteran, who won two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots earlier in his career, was officially placed on the reserve/retired list Saturday.

Hogan had already flirted with retirement earlier this year, when he actually switched careers and joined the Premier Lacrosse League. But the Saints lured him back in late July, and he earned a roster spot with the team - catching four passes for 41 yards and a touchdown in five games.

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Walker: For Saints' safety Malcolm Jenkins, breast cancer awareness month means the world

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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Gwendolyn Jenkins got her phone call 10 years ago.

Ralonda Johnson got hers 14 months ago.

The words spoken on the other end of the line silenced Jenkins in 2011 the same way they silenced Johnson in 2020.

BREAST CANCER.

"You hear the word and you just sit there in shock," Jenkins recalls about that Halloween day in 2011. "On one hand, I was told not to worry because it wasn't invasive. But on the other hand, it's cancer. When you hear that, how do you not get worried?"

Johnson felt pretty much the same way when her phone rang just as she was walking out the door to take her daughter...
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Deonte Harris, Taysom Hill among 4 Saints ruled out on final injury report

  • News source: John Sigler
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The New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks released their final injury report for Week 7 on Saturday, ruling out several members of the black and gold including wide receiver Deonte Harris, quarterback Taysom Hill, running back Dwayne Washington, and defensive end Payton Turner.

A number of other players are questionable for Seattle, but the Saints will have both of their missing starters along the offensive line in left tackle Terron Armstead and center Erik McCoy. The full injury report ahead of their “Monday Night Football” kickoff:
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Saints WR Chris Hogan retires after 5 games in black and gold

  • News source: John Sigler
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Chris Hogan was a surprising player to make the New Orleans Saints’ opening day roster, and now his career has taken another unexpected turn. The veteran wide receiver chose to retire from the NFL this week, which the team made official on Saturday by designating him to the reserve/retired list.

Hogan, who turns 34 on Sunday, appeared in five games with New Orleans, totaling 68 snaps on offense and 25 snaps on special teams. He caught 4 of the 8 passes thrown his way to gain 41 receiving yards and score a touchdown reception. Before the Saints convinced him to leave his professional...
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Saints declare 4 players out for Seahawks game

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Four players will be unavailable despite the return of others from injury when the Saints visit Seattle on Monday night.

New Orleans will be without RB Dwayne Washington (neck), WR Deonte Harris (hamstring), Taysom Hill (concussion), and DE Payton Turner (calf).

Wide receiver Chris Hogan was also placed on the reserve/retired list on Saturday.

The Saints already activated Marcus Davenport, Kwon Alexander, Ken Crawley, Wil Lutz and Tre’Quan Smith from injured reserve.

No one for Seattle was declared out but four are questionable.

SAINTS INJURY REPORT

OUT – WR Deonte Harris (hamstring)...
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Week 7: Saints Saturday Injury Report

  • News source: Bob Rose
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The 3-2 New Orleans Saints travel to Seattle to face the 2-4 Seahawks on Monday Night Football to wrap up week 7 of NFL action.

New Orleans comes off their bye week with a winning record despite missing several players for most or all of the year so far with injuries.

Earlier this week, the Saints activated DE Marcus Davenport, LB Kwon Alexander, CB Ken Crawley, K Wil Lutz, and WR Tre'Quan Smith from injured reserve. While we don't know if all of these players will suit up on Monday, we do know that the team will be without All-Pro WR Michael Thomas (P.U.P. list) and suspended DT David...
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Pete Carroll: Alex Collins ready to play, “I’ll be surprised” if Darrell Taylor doesn’t play

  • News source: Josh Alper
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The Seahawks listed running back Alex Collins and defensive end Darrell Taylor as questionable for Monday night’s game against the Saints, but head coach Pete Carroll sounded surer than that about having both players in the lineup.

Collins missed practice time this week, but Carroll said, via John Boyle of the team’s website, Collins “looked good” on Saturday and is ready to play against New Orleans. If he can’t play, the Seahawks could activate Rashaad Penny after designating him from return from injured reserve earlier this week.

Taylor looked seriously injured when he was taken off...
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Saints put Chris Hogan on reserve/retired list

  • News source: Josh Alper
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Wide receiver Chris Hogan appeared to be done with playing football when he signed to play professional lacrosse earlier this year, but he reversed course to sign with the Saints this summer.

Hogan’s return to the NFL has come to an end, however. The league’s daily transaction report shows that the Saints placed Hogan on the reserve/retired list on Saturday.

Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports that Hogan informed the team of his decision earlier this week after going home to be with his pregnant wife.

Hogan played in all five Saints games this season and caught four passes for...
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Saints fans 'Ask Amie:' More on injured players, David Onyemata, Michael Thomas

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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Welcome back to Saints mailbag.

Every week during the season, I hand-pick a few questions from my Twitter mentions and emails in an attempt to satisfy your Saints curiosities.

If you want your question included in the mailbag, find me on Twitter at @Amie_Just, or email ajust@theadvocate.com.

Here are some of the questions you asked ahead of the Saints' game against the Seattle Seahawks:

A: To catch y'all up, the Saints designated seven players for return from injured reserve earlier this week — linebacker Kwon Alexander, defensive end Marcus Davenport, kicker Wil Lutz, receiver...
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Saints rule out 4 key players for game vs. Seattle, including QB Taysom Hill, WR Deonte Harris

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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The New Orleans Saints have ruled out four players for their Monday night clash with the Seattle Seahawks: quarterback Taysom Hill, receiver/return specialist Deonte Harris, rookie defensive end Payton Turner and running back Dwayne Washington.

They are the only four with injury statuses, meaning that starting center Erik McCoy and starting left tackle Terron Armstead will be back in action this week.

Hill, who sustained a concussion two weeks back against the Washington Football Team, was ruled out with the same head injury after not practicing all week.

Harris also left the Washington...
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Chris Hogan came out of retirement to join the Saints. Now he's retired again

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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Five games after coming out of retirement to sign with the New Orleans Saints, veteran receiver Chris Hogan has decided to end his football career.

The 33-year-old Hogan caught four passes for 41 yards with the Saints this season, including a 10-yard touchdown against the Green Bay Packers in the season opener.

The 10-year NFL veteran finished his career with 220 receptions for 2,836 yards and 19 touchdowns.

New Orleans now has four healthy and active receivers on their active roster in Marquez Callaway, Ty Montgomery, Kenny Stills and Lil'Jordan Humphrey, though the team designated...
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Per Report: Saints WR Chris Hogan to Retire

  • News source: Bob Rose
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New Orleans Saints WR Chris Hogan has informed the team he plans to retire, as first reported by Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network and Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.football.

Hogan, who turns 34 on Sunday, had previously retired after playing the 2020 season for the New York Jets.

He started his career with the Buffalo Bills in 2012, where he remained until 2015. Hogan joined the New England Patriots in 2016. He won two Super Bowls in three seasons with New England, catching 107 passes for 1,651 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Hogan signed with the Carolina Panthers in 2019, playing in seven...
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Saints rule out Taysom Hill, Deonte Harris, Payton Turner, Dwayne Washington

  • News source: Charean Williams
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The Saints have ruled out quarterback Taysom Hill (concussion), receiver/return specialist Deonte Harris (hamstring), rookie defensive end Payton Turner (calf) and running back Dwayne Washington (neck) for Monday Night Football.

Neither starting center Erik McCoy nor starting left tackle Terron Armstead has a designation, so both should return to action this week.

Armstead has not played since Week 3 because of an elbow injury, and McCoy injured his calf only five snaps into the season opener.

Hill was diagnosed with a concussion two weeks ago against the Washington Football Team...
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Podcast: Three Tailgaters, 10-23-21

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Guests: Kenny Sears, coach of St Paul’s, and Eric Chuter, coach of Salmen, talk about big Friday wins for their teams.
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