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Cam Jordan believes, but have the Saints done nearly enough for Super Bowl consideration?

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New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan talks after an NFL football game against the Indianapolis Colts, Sunday, Oct. 29, 2023 in Indianapolis.
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By Joey Aliberti - Gulf Live

Will the New Orleans Saints win the Super Bowl this year? Cam Jordan and Equanimeous St. Brown believe so.

On the St. Brown Podcast, the New Orleans wide receiver battled with his brother and Detroit Lions receiver Amon-Ra on if the Saints thinks they’ll win the Super next season after missing the playoffs the past three years.

“No one in you’re f****** room thinks that you’re gonna win a Super Bowl,” Amon-Ra said. “Like honestly.”

Equanimeous defended the Saints making the Super Bowl, claiming “it’s not that hard to make the playoffs.” Jordan retweeted the clip on X saying “I sit whole heartedly believe nawlins saints winning it all.”

At this point in the offseason there’s always more teams who think they can win the Super than teams who are actual contenders. Have the Saints done enough to convince themselves they can win it all this year? Let’s take a look at what they’ve done. ...

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These are the top 20 receiving yards leaders in Saints history

  • News source: John Sigler
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New Orleans Saints fans have enjoyed the opportunity to see some talented receivers catch passes for their team over the years — but where do modern-day standouts like Alvin Kamara rank among the greatest in team history? What about Jimmy Graham? Michael Thomas has moved on, but where does he rank in the all-time record books? All three of them have made outstanding plays for the Saints, but so have guys like Joe Horn, Eric Martin, and the great Marques Colston.

Let’s run through the list of the top 20 career receiving yards leaders in Saints team history, a group that includes wide receivers, tight ends, and running backs:
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ESPN ranks Erik McCoy among the NFL's best interior offensive linemen

  • News source: John Sigler
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ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler is continuing his series of positional rankings as voted on by dozens of anonymous sources around the NFL — everyone from team executives and general managers to position coaches and regional scouts shared their input on highlighting the game’s best players. And with interior offensive linemen coming up next, it’s time to focus on New Orleans Saints center Erik McCoy.

Fowler lumped guards and centers together for this exercise, and while McCoy was listed as only an honorable mention he was one of X centers to make the list at all. Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro Creed...
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57 days until Saints' season opener: Every player to wear No. 57

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We’re down to 57 days until the New Orleans Saints start their 2024 regular season, and we’re continuing to count down the days by looking back on every player to wear No. 57 in franchise history. While the first name that comes to mind is rightfully Pro Football Hall of Famer Rickey Jackson, his number wasn’t retired, and some other talented defenders have used it over the years.

These days it belongs to defensive end Niko Lalos. Some notable players who have worn No. 57 include linebacker David Hawthorne, defensive end Alex Okafor, and Super Bowl XLIV champion long snapper Jason Kyle. Here’s the full list from
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Taysom Hill picked for B/R's 2028 Olympic flag football dream team

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Flag football will be added to the Summer Olympics in 2028, and Bleacher Report’s Brad Gagnon put New Orleans Saints football player Taysom Hill on his ideal inaugural flag football team. Hill does so many things, so you may ask where he fits in. Quarterback? Fullback? Tight end? Slot receiver?

In a way Gagnon cheated, as he also utilized Hill’s greatest strength, his versatility. Hill may be listed as a quarterback in this exercise, but there is no plan on him lining up at quarterback. Patrick Mahomes is the starter and is unlikely to get injured. So, where does Taysom Hill fit into...
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Taysom Hill's 57-yard run against the Falcons is the Saints Play of the Day

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We’ve got 57 days to go until the New Orleans Saints kick off their 2024 regular season, and our Saints Play of the Day comes from another season opener: Taysom Hill’s 57-yard scamper against the Atlanta Falcons back in 2022.

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Countdown to Kickoff: Niko Lalos is the Saints Player of Day 57

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Another year on the practice squad has been good for his development. Lalos has higher goals in 2024, but what road brought him here? Let’s break it down.

Lalos spent the first couple years of his pro career with the Giants, appearing in a handful of games with Big Blue before they waived him during their 2022 training camp. He joined the Saints for the rest of the preseason that summer...
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Saints QB Derek Carr at ACC Celebrity Golf Tournament

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Here’s a quick look at the top 20 rushing yards leaders in Saints franchise history:
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It is time to end the talks of a Marshon Lattimore-New Orleans Saints divorce. At the worst, table these trade talks until next year.

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Lattimore actually addressed the issue publicly. He didn’t deny a rift existed and expressed there’s been an improvement...
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Amon-Ra St. Brown shares brotherly trash talk on Saints' Super Bowl chances

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Here’s some brotherly trash talk from Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown. He shares a podcast with his brother Equanimeous St. Brown, who joined the New Orleans Saints this offseason, and while trading barbs on a recent episode he quipped that “No one in your (expletive) room thinks they’re going to win a Super Bowl.”

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