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Source: Saints WR Thomas eyes Week 4 return

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New Orleans Saints star wide receiver Michael Thomas, who will miss his second straight game Sunday night with a high ankle sprain, was "moving really well" during Friday's workout and wants to play in Week 4 against the Detroit Lions, a league source told ESPN.

Thomas' availability ultimately will hinge on whether he is cleared by doctors, but the record-setting receiver "looked good" this weekend, according to the source.

Thomas has not practiced since he suffered the ankle injury during the final minutes of New Orleans' Week 1 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Saints chose...
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How to watch Saints vs. Packers: TV information, expert predictions, how to get live updates, more

  • News source: Staff report
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The New Orleans Saints look to bounce back from Monday night's loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, squaring off against the Green Bay Packers back at home in the Superdome.

The Saints have never lost a Sunday Night Football game in the Dome during the Sean Payton-Drew Brees era, but they'll have a tough task in containing Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones and the rest of the Packers' league-best offense, which is averaging 505 yards per game.

Get important gameday information, including how to watch, stream and follow the game, below.

When: Sunday, Sept. 27 (7:20 p.m. CT)

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Can Saints offense get back on track? Who are Green Bay's non-QB stars? 3 things to watch for

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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At least the New Orleans Saints didn’t have to wait as long as usual to get the bad taste out of their mouths.

Last week was a tough one for the Saints, losing 34-24 to the Las Vegas Raiders in a nationally televised game. Their punishment is to play a surging Green Bay Packers team after a shortened week of preparation in another prime time game.

But history is working on the Saints side. Since the start of the 2010 season, New Orleans has gone 19-3 in prime time games at the Superdome, and they’ve won five straight. The Saints also haven’t lost back-to-back regular-season games since...
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'How does a kid like this get cut?' Saints' Taysom Hill faces Packers team that let him go

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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The 2017 Green Bay Packers had begun trimming their roster to 53 players and Max McCaffrey didn’t make the cut, so he started exchanging goodbyes.

The wide receiver was in good spirits, though, after signing to the New Orleans Saints’ practice squad. As he continued to finish up his business in the locker room, one more person walked in. And McCaffrey had to thank him, because without this rookie quarterback, McCaffrey himself might not have found a landing spot.

“We start talking like, ‘Taysom, it’s been awesome, man. I’m heading out to New Orleans,’” McCaffrey said. “He’s like, ‘Oh...
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WATCH: Week 2 preview video, Saints and Raiders on Monday Night Football

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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Drew Brees versus Aaron Rodgers - can football get any better?

Tomorrow night, the 1-1 New Orleans Saints - coming off a humiliating upset at the hands of the Las Vegas Raiders - return home to face the undefeated Green Bay Packers.

This matchup has lot a bit of its star power of late, as 2019 Offensive Player of the Year Michael Thomas is already ruled out for tomorrow game and Packers star receiver, Davante Adams is listed as “doubtful” to play after missing practice all week.

Both teams are hoping to make a deep playoff run in 2020, and each team has the talent to be a contender in...
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Source: Saints DE Cameron Jordan fined $15,000 for unnecessary roughness against Raiders

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan was fined $15,000 for unnecessary roughness stemming from a horse collar tackle against the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday, a source told The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate.

Jordan was flagged in the fourth quarter of that game for a horse collar tackle on Raiders running back Josh Jacobs.

Jordan was called for two penalties against the Raiders, a neutral zone infraction and the horse collar. Jordan said after the game that he wanted clarity on that.

"At the end of the day when you see those penalties, there's no excuse to be made,"...
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Walker: For Drew Brees, Saints' showdown vs. Packers about more than matchup vs. Aaron Rodgers

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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Remember all the hype surrounding Brees vs. Brady in Week 1?

The Week 3 matchup could be even more intriguing.

And no, I'm not referring to Drew Brees vs. Aaron Rodgers, which I'll get to later.

How about Brees vs. himself?

If you're a Saints' fan, that's really what you'll be paying attention to Sunday night when the Green Bay Packers come to town.

Will it be the Brees of old? Or will it the Brees who's getting old, as many are starting to think after the first two weeks of the season.

With a scaled back offseason and no preseason, it's too soon to write Brees off based on a sample...
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Source: Saints' Cameron Jordan, Marshon Lattimore, D.J. Swearinger fined for Week 1 incidents

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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Three different New Orleans Saints defenders were fined more than $9,000 for three respective incidents in their Week 1 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a source told The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate.

The three receiving fines were defensive end Cameron Jordan, cornerback Marshon Lattimore and defensive back D.J. Swearinger.

Swearinger was fined $9,412 for unnecessary roughness, per source. Swearinger's flag for a hit on a defenseless receiver came in the fourth quarter after Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady connected with wide receiver Chris Godwin for a gain of 9 yards...
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With WR Davante Adams injured, Packers promote Darrius Shepherd

  • News source: Mike Florio
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Packers receiver Davante Adams is officially doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Saints, with a hamstring injury. Although he wasn’t downgraded to out (which means, as the team has confirmed, he made the trip to New Orleans), the Packers have promoted a receiver from the practice squad.

Darrius Shepherd joins the roster for Sunday night’s game against the Saints.

Joining Shepherd in making the climb from the practice squad are tight end John Lovett and defensive lineman Billy Winn.

The other Packers receivers are Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Allen Lazard, and Malik Taylor. Last week...
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Saints add DE Hunt and WR Fowler to active roster, place RB Montgomery on IR, waive OL Clapp

  • News source: CCS Staff
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The New Orleans Saints have officially signed wide receiver Bennie Fowler and defensive end Margus Hunt back to their active roster, placed running back Ty Montgomery on injured reserve and waived offensive lineman Will Clapp.

It’s been routine during the week early in the season to moved the veterans Fowler and Hunt back and forth from the practice squad to the 53-man roster ahead of game day.

Montgomery (hamstring) was added to the Saints’ injury report Friday. Since he is now on IR, he will miss at least three weeks.

Clapp, the former Brother Martin and LSU standout, has been a...
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Saints sign Bennie Fowler, Margus Hunt to active roster, add Ty Montgomery to IR, waive Will Clapp

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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The New Orleans Saints made a host of roster moves on Saturday, the team announced.

The Saints signed veteran wide receiver Bennie Fowler III and veteran defensive end Margus Hunt to the active roster off their practice squad.

Because the Saints signed them to the active roster, New Orleans needed to make two corresponding moves.

Running back Ty Montgomery was placed on reserve/injured after sustaining a hamstring injury that limited him in practice on Friday. He was originally given a "questionable" status for Sunday's game against his old club.

Montgomery will miss a minimum of...
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New Orleans Saints vs Green Bay Packers: Key Matchups

  • News source: Jake Rajala
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The Saints will look to bounce back after a tough loss in Las Vegas. The team will be without Michael Thomas for the second straight game, so they will be asking the 41-year-old quarterback to lean on Tre’Quan Smith and rusty, Emmanuel Sanders for the second straight matchup.

As for the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers has led his offense to back to back 40+ pt games. He’s silencing the doubters, and proving that he’s the early choice to receive the MVP award after two Weeks.

These Hall of Fame quarterbacks lead their competitive rosters into a clash of NFC power. Let’s take a look at...
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Saints plenty good enough to place clunker versus Raiders behind them

  • News source: Ed Daniels
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Let’s see.

One week, the Saints were going to the Super Bowl. The next, they are in trouble.

Which one is it?

Welcome to life in the NFL. Hero one minute, goat, sometimes collectively as a team, the next.

So, are the Saints the team that handled Tampa Bay fairly routinely or the team that got handled by the Raiders?

Who knows?

I know this. We will find out about the Raiders this week against New England. Las Vegas wins, and they are 3-0. We can assume they are pretty good.

ASo maybe the Saints loss to the Raiders looks much more palatable in the rearview mirror.

Who knows?

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Week 3 Bold Predictions

  • News source: Andrew_Bell
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Here are the Canal St. Chronicles staff bold predictions for the Week 3 matchup of the New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football.


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