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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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Saints add RB Lamar Miller, OL Forrest Lamp to practice squad

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Two veterans with starting experience are joining the Black and Gold.

With depth thin behind Pro Bowl running back Alvin Kamara, the Saints have brought in another former Pro Bowl talent.

Lamar Miller has been added to the practice squad.


The Saints also signed former Chargers starting offensive lineman Forrest Lamp, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.


Miller, 30, played in just one game in the NFL last season but New Orleans can use more help in the backfield while Tony Jones, Jr. remains on injured reserve. The former standout with the Houston Texans missed all of 2019 with a torn ACL...
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Saints designate Kwon Alexander, Marcus Davenport, Tre’Quan Smith for return from IR

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More Saints reinforcements may be on the way soon.

The Saints designated linebacker Kwon Alexander, defensive end Marcus Davenport and wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith for return from injured reserve on Tuesday.

Place kicker Wil Lutz was previously designated for return on Monday.

All four could be activated for the New Orleans road game against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday.

Alexander (elbow) and Davenport (pectoral) were both injured in the season-opening win over the Packers. Smith (hamstring) has been on IR since before the start of the regular season.
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Kwon Alexander, Marcus Davenport among latest Saints designated to return from I.R.

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There’s some good news: the New Orleans Saints designated three more players to return from injured reserve on Tuesday, Oct. 19, including two starters on defense. NewOrleans.Football’s Nick Underhill was the first to report the change in status for each player, which was confirmed on the daily update to the NFL transactions wire.

Just because they’ve been designated to return doesn’t mean all three players will suit up for Week 7’s road game with the Seattle Seahawks. They’ve opened a 21-day window in which to practice in team drills and prove they’ve fully recovered before receiving the...
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Saints Alexander, Smith, and Davenport Set to Return from Injured Reserve, Per Report

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The New Orleans Saints will return three critical players designated to the active roster from the injured reserve list.

Saints beat reporter Nick Underhill shared linebacker Kwon Alexander, defensive end Marcus Davenport, and wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith are designated to return to full participation.

Alexander and Davenport were placed on the reserve/injured list following Week 1 injuries in the Green Bay contest. Both defenders were important pieces in the win over the Packers.

Davenport registered three tackles and one sack. While Alexander recorded two tackles and played...
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Help is on the way: Saints may return three injured stars following the bye week

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Reinforcements could be on the way for the injury-ridden New Orleans Saints.

The team designated three key players to return from injured reserve Tuesday in linebacker Kwon Alexander, defensive end Marcus Davenport and receiver Tre'Quan Smith.

The players are not guaranteed to play in New Orleans' Week 7 game against the Seattle Seahawks. By designating them to return, the Saints activated a three-week window to bring them back to the active roster.

The last time the Saints took the field, against the Washington Football Team in Week 5, they had 11 players on iIR, one on the...
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Saints designate Kwon Alexander, Marcus Davenport, Tre’Quan Smith for return from IR

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Wide receiver Michael Thomas isn’t ready to make his return to the Saints lineup, but several other players are moving closer to making it back onto the field.

The Saints designated linebacker Kwon Alexander, defensive end Marcus Davenport, and wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith for return from injured reserve on Tuesday. They designated kicker Wil Lutz for return on Monday and all four players could be activated in time to play against the Seahawks on Monday.

If not, they’ll have another couple of weeks to practice before the window to activate them will close.

Smith went on injured reserve...
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NFL enters Week 7 off of unprecedented last-minute, overtime drama

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NFL ENTERS WEEK 7 WITH UNPRECEDENTED AMOUNT OF LAST-MINUTE ENDINGS, SECOND-MOST OVERTIME GAMES

Week 7 is an important juncture in any NFL season.

Some teams are hitting their strides while others are developing new identities as adversity forces them to pivot and reframe. For younger players, the game is beginning to slow down. And, teams are reaching bye weekends that allow them to recharge mentally and physically.

Week 7 in this NFL season is important because several teams have an opportunity to reach or stay above the always-important .500 mark, keeping pace with division leaders...
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Saints practice squad back to capacity after signing former Chargers OL Forrest Lamp

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A group workout on Monday led to the New Orleans Saints filling every vacancy on their practice squad by Tuesday afternoon, with NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reporting that the Saints signed former Los Angeles Chargers second-round pick Forrest Lamp.

The big guard out of Western Kentucky didn’t miss a snap with L.A. last season on the left side after playing some right guard earlier in his Chargers career. Here’s what I wrote of him after Monday’s tryout:

Additionally, the Saints added another player from that audition in linebacker Lakiem Williams, who announced his arrival on Twitter...
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Report: Saints Sign G Forrest Lamp to Practice Squad

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The New Orleans Saints have signed 27-year-old offensive guard Forrest Lamp to their practice squad, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Lamp was one of several players that New Orleans brought in for a workout on Monday. His signing comes just hours after the Saints added former Pro Bowl RB Lamar Miller to their practice squad.

Lamp was a second-round selection in the 2017 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers out of Western Kentucky. He was the first offensive guard drafted in 2017, coming off the board with the number 38 overall pick.

A torn ACL sustained in the 2017 training...
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Forrest Lamp signing with Saints’ practice squad

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Offensive lineman Forrest Lamp was among seven free agents the Saints had in town for workouts Monday. They are signing Lamp to the practice squad, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.

Lamp, 27, landed on the Bills’ injured reserve list Aug. 23 with a calf injury that kept him out most of training. The team reached an injury settlement with him three days later, and he has remained a free agent since.

The Bills signed Lamp in April.

He entered the NFL as a second-round choice of the Chargers in 2017, but he missed his rookie season after tearing his ACL during training camp. Lamp stayed...
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Saints' statistical leaders heading into Week 7

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Some of the New Orleans Saints’ statistical leaders aren’t who you’d expect at this point in the season. Despite putting together a solid 3-2 record (which could have been better with fewer self-inflicted problems in their Week 4 upset loss to the Giants) and finding tremendous success in the red zone and on third downs, some of their top performers have come from unlikely places.

They’ll have a chance to continue building momentum in Week 7’s road game with the reeling Seattle Seahawks. Here are the Saints’ statistical leaders after five games:
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Saints sign 2 to practice squad, including a former starting OL

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The New Orleans Saints filled out their practice squad Tuesday, signing offensive lineman Forrest Lamp and linebacker Lakiem Williams.

The NFL Network reported the Lamp news.

Injuries have marred Lamp's career to this point. The Chargers selected Lamp with the 38th overall pick of the 2017 draft, but the 27-year-old tore his ACL in a preseason game that year, prematurely ending his rookie season.

He appeared in just nine games combined in the 2018 and 2019 seasons, but started 16 games for the Chargers in 2020.

Lamp signed with the Buffalo Bills this offseason, but the team placed...
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Forecasting Saints' remaining schedule after 5-game start to 2021

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The New Orleans Saints will exit their bye week with challenging games lined up against a variety of opponents, ranging from divisional rivals to Super Bowl contenders (and sometimes both at once), to say nothing of some heated geographic contents. There’s a lot to like about how their schedule lines up, but there’s a lot to be wary of, too. Let’s get into updated score predictions for the rest of the 2021 season:
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Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pick-ups after Week 6

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After a strange week six in fantasy football, players will now be gearing up for massive bye weeks. In week seven, teams on bye include offensive teams like the Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings, and Los Angeles Chargers. As if managers did not have enough to worry about with these bye weeks, injuries were prevalent across the NFL again in week six.

Rostered percentage: ESPN(25%), Yahoo(17%)

Tua Tagovailoa came back off of injury in week six and looked pretty good. The Miami Dolphins lost in London but Tagovailoa looked okay in his first action after several weeks off...
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Saints Sign RB Lamar Miller to Practice Squad

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The New Orleans Saints are signing RB Lamar Miller to their practice squad, per NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The signing was confirmed by Miller’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, on Tuesday morning.

Miller joins a Saints running back position that has Pro Bowler Alvin Kamara, but is thin because of an ankle injury to second-year RB Tony Jones Jr.

Veterans WR/RB Ty Montgomery, Devine Ozigbo, and special teams ace Dwayne Washington served as Kamara's backups against Washington last week.

Lamar Miller entered the NFL as a fourth-round selection from Miami (FL) by the Miami Dolphins in the 2012 NFL...
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Saints continue to build RB depth, sign veteran free agent Lamar Miller

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Tony Jones Jr. had one of the stronger summers the New Orleans Saints had seen recently and played well enough to supplant more-experienced teammates like Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman, but he’s going to be out of action for a few more weeks while recovering from an injury. The Saints already added a couple of new faces to their running backs room in the meantime, and now they’ve brought in one more: Lamar Miller, who earned a Pro Bowl nod in 2018.

Here’s what I wrote of him after his Oct. 5 workout with the team:

He’s pretty low on the totem pole now, joining Ryquell Armstead (who...
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