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Players who returned to practice today.

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Add Will Lutz to the practiced list.

New Orleans Saints Interviews 10/21/21 Week 7 @ Seattle Seahawks

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New Orleans Saints media availability from Thursday, October 21, 2021 ahead of their game against the Seattle Seahawks in week 7 of the 2021 NFL season. Marcus Williams, Adam Trautman, ...
Scheduled: 2:45 PM CDT



Saints Jameis Winston on which teammates' trading cards he'd collect | Panini Player Spotlight 2021

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston shares which teammates' trading cards he would collect in our latest Panini Player Spotlight.



Off bye Saints look for 2nd straight win on road at Seahawks

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NEW ORLEANS (3-2) at SEATTLE (2-4)

Monday, 8:15 p.m. EDT, ESPN

OPENING LINE: Saints by 5 1-2, according to FanDuel SportsBook
AGAINST THE SPREAD: Saints 3-2; Seahawks 3-3.
LAST MEETING: Saints beat Seahawks 33-27, Sept. 22, 2019 in Seattle.
LAST WEEK: Saints were on bye, beat Washington 33-22 in Week 5; Seahawks lost at Steelers 23-20, OT.
TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Saints plus-5; Seahawks plus-2.

SAINTS PLAYER TO WATCH: WR Deonte Harris. Harris had a breakout game as a rookie back in 2019 when he returned a punt for a touchdown in the Saints’ victory in Seattle. He’s grown to become a bigger part of the passing game in addition to being their top returner. Harris has two TD receptions this season of longer than 50 yards, but he did get injured (hamstring) two weeks ago against Washington. ...

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Saints Run Defense vs. Seahawks Rushing Attack

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The 3-2 New Orleans Saints travel to face the 2-4 Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football to cap off week 7 of NFL action.

New Orleans is coming off a bye week after a week five victory at Washington. Seattle has lost two straight and have dropped four of their last five contests.

The Saints come into the week with the league's 15th ranked defense. They've given up an average of 354 yards per game, but the 18.2 points/game against them is the third best in the league. New Orleans has been especially impressive on third downs, ranking seventh, and red-zone defense, where they rank first...
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4 things the Saints need to improve after the bye week

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The bye week has come and gone, and the New Orleans Saints are gearing up for their next game — prime-time kickoff on the road with the Seattle Seahawks. They’ve had plenty of time to evaluate themselves and find areas to improve, which, given their 3-2 record aren’t in short supply.

Still, here are four things we want to see improvement from on Monday night:
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Jim Derry and Friends make weekend NFL and college picks on ‘Dattitude,’ Ep. 12

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What are the best bets for this weekend in the world of college and pro football? We let you know, as Jim Derry brings a couple of friends on to discuss and offer their picks on “Five-Star Friday.”

First, Conductor Dave makes his weekly appearance, as he and Jim compete for absolutely no prizes whatsoever. Dave makes his picks in a way only he can make, and he looks to continue his successful ways.

Also, we introduce “Uncle Big Nick” to give us his five-star picks with Jim, as they compete by giving their best teaser, parlay, underdog, favorite and “offroad” picks.

If you’re interested...
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Cameron Jordan talks BodyArmor, career highlights, and more

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In participation with BodyArmor SuperDrink, Canal Street Chronicles recently had the pleasure of sitting down with New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan. Cam certainly needs no introduction. However, if you have been living under a rock only to come out from hiding and read this as your first action, he is currently in his eleventh season as a defensive end for the New Orleans Saints. With the Saints, Jordan has made three All-Pro teams, six Pro Bowls, and was named to the NFL’s All-Decade Team.

So first of all, as someone who drinks and subsequently has to buy a lot of...
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Full list of the Saints 2022 free agents

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As things currently stand, the New Orleans Saints will have 30 different free agents to evaluate in the spring. Many of them are unrestricted free agents who will be able to weigh offers from any team; a couple of them are exclusive-rights free agents (ERFA) who can remain in New Orleans on a low-cost contract tender, or not play at all; and a larger group is made up of restricted free agents (RFA) who the Saints can retain at a modest price that guarantees right of first refusal to other contract offers, as well as potential draft pick compensation. Here’s the full list:
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Saints predicted to barely squeak out a win against Seattle Monday Night

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The New Orleans Saints were perennial postseason contenders during the final three seasons with Drew Brees at quarterback.

Now, with Jameis Winston at the helm, the Saints have been written off as a true threat in the NFC. This week, though, the Saints are generally expected to take care of business Monday night against the Seattle Seahawks. According to DK Sportsbook, the Saints are currently 4.5 point favorites against Seattle, and while experts in the NFL media are generally confident in the Saints to beat the Seahawks, there is uncertainty regarding the Saints’ ability to cover the...
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Saints Week 7 Power Rankings: Analysts hold firm on Saints heading out of bye week

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The New Orleans Saints are in a pretty good position heading out of the bye. They’re slated to have some key players return in the near future, they’re playing a team similarly decimated by injuries in the Seahawks, and they’re above .500 after experiencing a yo-yo first five weeks.

If the Saints continue to struggle coming out of the bye, it may be time to start to worry. But for an offense whose receptions leader is a running back with 15 catches, they’re in pretty good shape.

In the wake of a Week 6 bye, it feels like a good time for a check-in: How are we feeling about the Jameis...
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Jamal Adams: I don’t get caught up in outside noise, I’m here to prove myself right

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The Seahawks defense has not been good this season and that’s led to a lot of criticism over the course of their 2-4 start.

Safety Jamal Adams has been the focus of a fair amount of that criticism after signing a large contract extension this offseason. He’s had issues in pass coverage and has not been as effective rushing the passer as he was during his first year with the Seahawks.

Adams said this week that he doesn’t know why he hasn’t blitzed as much as he did last year, but that he hasn’t lost any confidence in himself in the face of the criticism that’s been thrown his way.

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Key Matchup of the Week: Lattimore vs. Metcalf

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With the New Orleans Saints’ matchup with the Seattle Seahawks looming on Monday night, a key matchup to look out for will be that of receiver D.K. Metcalf and cornerback Marshon Lattimore.

The Saints are currently 4.5 point favorites over the Seahawks, according to DraftKings, thanks in large part due to the stellar play of their secondary. And Lattimore is the anchor of that secondary.

His 10 pass breakups according to PFF lead all DBs by far, and he’s allowing a mere 42.9% completion rate when targeted so far this season.

He recorded a whopping six PBU’s against the Washington...
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Saints Passing Attack vs. Seahawks Pass Defense

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The New Orleans Saints wrap up week 7 NFL action with a Monday night trip on the road to face the Seattle Seahawks. New Orleans is 3-2 and coming off a bye week. The Seahawks enter the game at 2-4 and losers of four of their last five games.

The Saints have had some uncharacteristic offensive struggles over the first quarter of the year. Injuries to All-Pro WR Michael Thomas and offensive linemen Terron Armstead and Erik McCoy have hampered the unit, while QB Jameis Winston is still getting acclimated to the system.

New Orleans ranks just 28th in total offense, averaging 295 yards per...
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Fleur-de-Links, October 22: Malcolm Jenkins shares thoughts on Jon Gruden scandal

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The Saints remain 4.5-point favorites to defeat the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night.

Malcolm Jenkins speaks on the email scandal surrounding Jon Gruden and Washington Football Team general manager Bruce Allen.

Reports indicate that the Saints are interested in Indianapolis Colts running back Marlon Mack.

In addition to the previously-activated players, the Saints have designated tight end Nick Vannett, cornerback Ken Crawley, and linebacker Chase Hansen to return from injured reserve.

For the Saints first injury report following their bye week, Marshon Lattimore was at full practice...
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Saints, Seahawks release first injury reports of game week

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As you would expect for a team coming off of a bye week, the New Orleans Saints are getting healthier ahead of their Monday night game at Seattle.

Starting offensive linemen Terron Armstead and Erik McCoy were back to practice in a limited fashion but that’s a positive trend after both have missed several weeks.

However, Deonte Harris and Taysom Hill did not participate along with three others.

Kwon Alexander, Tre’Quan Smith, Marcus Davenport and Wil Lutz are not listed because they have not yet activated even though the Saints have designated all four players for return off of injured...
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Saints at Seahawks first injury report: Saints getting healthy

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The New Orleans Saints are starting to get healthy, and that is evident with the first injury report after the bye week.

On the offensive line, both Terron Armstead and Erik McCoy return to practice, albeit in a limited fashion for both. However, McCoy has previously stated that he believes he’ll be ready for Monday Night Football against the Seattle Seahawks.

Elsewhere on the offense, Deonte Harris and Taysom Hill did not participate in practice due to injury. Malcolm Roach, the Saints young defensive tackle, also didn’t practice, with his issue an illness and not injury-related.

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Saints have designated seven players to return from injured reserve this week

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The Saints finally are starting to get healthy.

The Saints designated kicker Wil Lutz (core muscle) to return from injured reserve Monday. Linebacker Kwon Alexander (elbow), defensive end Marcus Davenport (shoulder) and receiver Tre'Quan Smith (hamstring) returned to practice Tuesday. Tight end Nick Vannett (knee), cornerback Ken Crawley (hamstring) and linebacker Chase Hansen (groin) had their 21-day window started Thursday.

Two players not on injured reserve, center Erik McCoy (calf) and left tackle Terron Armstead (elbow), also were back at practice Thursday with limited...
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Broncos vs. Browns: Thursday Night Football open thread

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The Cleveland Browns host the Denver Broncos in Cleveland tonight. These teams have suffered some tough injuries coming into this one, especially the Browns, losing their starting quarterback and star running back. Will Teddy Bridgewater lead the Broncos to victory? Can the Browns find a way to win without their offensive stars? Let’s tune in and find out!

Enjoy the game with the CSC family and join the thread below!

The easiest way to watch NFL action on your TV, smartphone, or streaming device is through fuboTV. fuboTV provides you access to live sports and TV without cable. You get...
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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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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...
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