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2019 New Orleans Saints preseason schedule: Dates, times, streaming

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By John Sigler | Saintswire

The 2019 New Orleans Saints training camp is right around the corner, meaning the black and gold will soon suit up for their preseason games. Each of these exhibition games will be broadcast on local-market FOX affiliates, but one of their contests will be shown nationally on CBS. There’s also a streaming option for out-of-market Saints fans.

Here’s a rapid-fire look at each of the teams scheduled to line up against the Saints during the 2019 NFL preseason:

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Week 1: vs. Minnesota Vikings
Date: Aug. 9 — Time: 7:00 p.m. — TV: FOX8 — Stream: fuboTV ...

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Espys: See Drew Brees's speech, his three kids Meet Zion Williamson in matching Tuxes the 2019 ESPY Awards

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By Alex Orozco and Justin Parham | Lafayette Journal & Courier

Former Purdue and current New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, attended the 2019 Espy, accompanied by his wife Brittnay and three sons.

After a successful college football career at Purdue, Brees was picked by the San Diego Chargers in the second round of the 2001 NFL Draft.

Brees is a Super Bowl champion and a six-time pro bowler.

What Espy Award did Drew Brees win?

Drew Brees won the ESPY for Best Record-Breaking Performance presented by the Hip Hop group "Migos". On Wednesday night at the Microsoft Theater at L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles.

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Top 25 Saints salary cap hits for 2019 season

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By John Sigler | Saintswire

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1. Drew Brees, quarterback

Cap hit: $22,700,000

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2. Terron Armstead, left tackle

Cap hit: $15,812,500

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See best quotes from Reggie Bush, Marques Colston, Kathleen Blanco at Saints Hall of Fame announcement

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By Staff | The Advocate

Reggie Bush and Marques Colston are unforgettable as members of the Saints' Super Bowl champion squad -- and they've joined up again as they head into the team's Hall of Fame.

The retired running back and wide receiver joined former coach Sean Payton as they were announced as the members of the team's newest induction class, and were joined by former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, who was named as the recipient of the 2019 Joe Gemelli “Fleur de Lis” award for her contributions to the team.

Scroll below for the top quotes from all four as the honors were announced Wednesday afternoon.

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Photos: Big hits, a panda head and more at Saints celebrity softball game

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By Staff | The Advocate

Check out great photos from the Saints' annual Black and Gold Celebrity Softball game.

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Saints back to work! Check out photos of the action from first week of OTAs

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By CHRIS GRANGER | The Advocate

Check out photos of the action from first week of OTAs.

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Photos: New Orleans Saints players, both new and retired, teamed up again for charity golf game

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CHRIS GRANGER | cgranger@theadvocate.com

The Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic was held on Monday, May 20, 2019 at the Bayou Oaks at City Park in New Orleans. Saints coach Sean Payton, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry, and current and former players such as Cameron Jordan and Jonathan Vilma played for a good cause.

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Watch: At Jazz Fest, Jimmy Buffett trades Hawaiian shirt for a blind ref outfit in nod to Saints

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Staff | The Advocate

In an homage to the New Orleans Saints, Buffett wore a blind referee costume complete with a cane and two women dressed in Saintsation costumes on his arms.

He tapped his way on to the stage while holding a beer and threw a bright yellow flag. Then the costumed dancers tore off Buffett's costume to reveal a floral Hawaiian shirt.

Buffett never put down the beer.

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Saints Draft Chauncey Gardner-Johnson; Twitter Raves About Late-Round Steal

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By Tim Daniels | Bleacher Report

Florida Gators safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson was selected by the New Orleans Saints with the No. 105 overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft during Saturday's fourth round.

He slid to Day 3 of the draft despite being projected as a possible top-50 selection.


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It’s Mardi Gras -- and New Orleans Saints player Thomas Morstead ‘finally’ caught a penalty flag

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By Chelsea Brasted, columnist, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

Beads, stuffed animals, pralines, bags of potato chips, things that blink -- you never know what you can catch during a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans. But you can be sure New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead wasn’t expecting the bright yellow throw made to look like an NFL penalty flag, which he caught along the Uptown parade route on Sunday (Feb. 24).

And Morstead had just one word for it when he shared an image of the throw on his Twitter page: “Finally...”

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Every Saints player coming back from injury

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By James Parks | 247 Sports

For much of the season, the New Orleans Saints enjoyed good health.

Every position group was playing at peak performance and peak health in the early and middle portion of the 2018 campaign, but there were still a few notable concerns.

The team’s excellent offensive line succumbed to a few ailments, then their defensive front suffered one bad injury in the playoffs, a few of their reserve players had some problems dating back to the summer, and then one of their prime free agent acquisitions went down in a practice.

Here is a rundown of every player the Saints have returning from injury in 2019. ...

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The Saints fans’ Boycott Bowl was more interesting than the actual Super Bowl

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Super Bowl 53 was lame, but New Orleans was not.

By Matt Ellentuck | SB Nation

New Orleans sports are having a tough go of things in 2019. The Saints were one missed call away from possibly making the Super Bowl, and Pelicans’ star Anthony Davis requested a trade.

But NOLA is channeling its anger — and there’s a lot, Saints fans have even sued the NFL over the non-call — into a giant party all Super Bowl-long, and it looks like they had more fun than anybody.

Between the the Choppa Style playing:


The platform dancing:


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