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Family friendly event is free, open to the public at Faubourg Brewery’s expansive 15-acre outdoor brew park in New Orleans East.

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New Orleans Saints and Faubourg Brewing Co., an official beer of the Saints, invite fans of all ages to a full day Fan Fest on Nov. 6 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. to honor Saints Legends. Fans can enjoy guest appearances by Roman Harper, Jahri Evans and other Saints alumni, along with food, drinks, free live music, and a host of fan experiences for the whole family.

Harper and Evans will be available for autographs and photos 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. The event will also feature autographs and photos opportunities with other Saints alumni, the Lombardi Trophy, Saints team mascots Gumbo and Sir Saint, and the Saints Cheer Team. Faubourg's main stage in the outdoor brew park will showcase a lineup of local live music all day alongside games and fan experiences for all ages including obstacle courses, quarterback toss, a bounce house, raffles and giveaways.

The event will feature plenty of options for food and drinks, including Fete Au Fete, Taceaux Loceaux taco truck, Kona Ice snoballs and more, plus a wide range of Faubourg beers, including local brews that can only be found exclusively at the Faubourg taproom on site. ...

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New Orleans Saints found great OL value with Forrest Lamp signing

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Forrest Lamp (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)

By Leigh Oleszczak

The New Orleans Saints are used to having one of the best offensive lines in the league but this year, their unit has been marred by injuries. That’s why it was smart of them to sign Forrest Lamp to their practice squad.

Lamp was a second-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft by the Chargers out of Western Kentucky. He didn’t get involved much in his first three seasons with the Bolts due to various injuries but last year played left guard in all 16 regular-season games.

What Lamp provides New Orleans is a player who has experience at left guard and, as Ian Rapoport noted when he broke the news, is still young. Lamp is only 27 years old and there’s no reason to think he can’t live up to the second-round stock he was branded with when the Chargers selected him. ...

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  • News source: BY JIM DERRY | Sports betting writer
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