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New Orleans Saints launch new feature on Saints mobile app called "Light up the Dome" presented by SeatGeek

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The New Orleans Saints today announced a new feature on the team’s Mobile App called, “Light up the Dome” presented by SeatGeek, an interactive fan-engagement tool that enhances the game-day atmosphere during the introduction video and player introductions. The feature allows users in attendance to activate their mobile device during introductions and participate in a synchronized light show produced by the fans themselves.

In order to participate, fans will need to have the most up-to-date version of the Saints Mobile App and grant permission for the app to use their microphone, as the light is activated by in-arena audio. ...

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Guide to Saints Fan Fest, night practice at Tulane University

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

The New Orleans Saints will make another visit to Tulane University’s Yulman Stadium on Saturday, August. 4, holding a two-hour night practice in front of fans. The Saints have made the trip during training camp for several years, and usually enjoy a strong turnout in a festive atmosphere. Practice is scheduled to kick off at 7:00 p.m. and wrap up at 9:00 p.m.

Before that, practice will be preceded by a Black and Gold Fan Fest. Food and drinks will be available for purchase, and live music will be provided. Team mascots Gumbo and Sir Saint will also be making the rounds. This free event is open to the public and will begin at 5:00 p.m. and run until 6:30 p.m., giving fans plenty of time to move from Brown Field (near the Reily Center) and into the stadium. Gates open to Yulman Stadium at 6:00 p.m. ...

Parking will be available in the Diboll garage (on Ben Weiner Drive) for $5 per vehicle, and non-reserved spots are open around Tulane’s campus. But spaces will be available only on a first-come, first-served basis. Tailgating is not allowed inside the campus and the Claiborne Avenue neutral ground will be closed, however. ...

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Saints announce preseason television broadcast team

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By Justin Macione | Crescent City Sports

The New Orleans Saints will introduce a revamped talent lineup for the team’s 2019 preseason television broadcasts.

A three-game package will be featured on WVUE-FOX 8, also being carried on its parent company Gray Communications’ regional affiliates in six states. Joel Meyers will handle play-by-play, former Saints tackle Jon Stinchcomb and former Black and Gold linebacker Jonathan Vilma will serve as color analysts and Meghan Payton will be the sideline reporter on the broadcasts.

Since WVUE-FOX 8/Gray Communications became the team’s preseason broadcast partner in 2015, the preseason broadcast ratings have dominated both the local market and for preseason games in NFL markets. In 2018, the 30.7 rating for Saints preseason games, was easily the highest figure in an NFL market, outdistancing Buffalo (22.3). The rating also surpassed the local rating for LII in New Orleans (26.2).

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Eighth Annual Saints “Kickoff Run 5K” presented by Chevron Open for Registration

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The New Orleans Saints and Easy Day Sports announced today that online registration for the 2019 SAINTS KICKOFF RUN 5K presented by Chevron is now open at The eighth annual 5K (3.1 miles) race will take place on Saturday, September 7, two days before the Saints open the regular season on Monday night, hosting the Houston Texans. The SAINTS KICKOFF RUN 5K is an extremely popular event, with over 5,000 people participating annually. The beneficiaries of the Saints Kickoff Run 5K presented by Chevron will be the New Orleans Mission (NOM) and Young Leadership Council (YLC). New Orleans Mission is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Christian Humanitarian organization dedicated to relieving human suffering. NOM combats poverty, hunger, homelessness, exploitation, and oppression with the provision of food, clothing, shelter, medical care and other basic necessities of life. Young Leadership Council (YLC) is a 501(c)(3) New Orleans-based nonprofit organization that, through volunteer-led community projects, develops young professionals into leaders and positively impacts the quality of life in the region.

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Some Saints' practices already sold out. Other dates still available

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Seven dates still open

By Don Ames | WWL 870 AM

The New Orleans Saints announced Saturday that the following practices are sold out for the Saints 2019 Training Camp Presented by Verizon:

- Friday, July 26

- Saturday, July 27

- Sunday, July 28

- Saturday, August 3

- Saturday, August 10

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Saints announce schedule for 2019 Training Camp presented by Verizon

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The New Orleans Saints have unveiled their 2019 Training Camp Presented by Verizon schedule, in association with Rouses Markets and Dixie Brewing Company, with 12 practices scheduled to be open to the public at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center in Metairie, La. The team will hold its first practice on Friday, July 26 at 8:50 a.m. In addition to the 12 practices open to the public at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center, the club will also host a practice open to fans at Tulane University at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 4, with a Black and Gold Fan Fest Presented by Hancock Whitney taking place in advance of the practice from 5:00-6:30 p.m.

This year’s training camp will continue the focus on a positive fan experience with several enhancements to the viewing experience. All bleacher seating at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center will now be covered and misted, providing fans with shade and a more comfortable experience. Upgraded concession and merchandise sales options will be available to fans and autographs will be available from Saints players after practice.

Tickets for the 12 open practices at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center are free, but capacity is limited. Fans can reserve tickets by registering at Saints season ticketholders can register for training camp...

2019 New Orleans Saints minicamp presented by Verizon practice schedule

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The New Orleans Saints have released the practice schedule for the 2019 minicamp presented Verizon held at the Ochsner Sports Performance Center. All three practices are open to the public.

Tuesday, June 11:
noon – 1:20 p.m.

Wednesday, June 12:
noon – 1:20 p.m.

Thursday, June 13:
noon – 1:20 p.m.


In the event of inclement weather, (including rain, thunderstorms and extreme heat), the team may move practice indoors with little or no advance warning. Please be advised that fans attending any open practice will not be allowed inside the indoor facility due to space limitations if inclement weather forces the team indoors. We apologize in advance for this inconvenience. Media and fan alerts, updates and schedule changes will be made daily on or by clicking on to Twitter (@sainTS) or Facebook ( Updates are promptly available on the club’s digital media platforms

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Saints QB Drew Brees announces flag football league coming to Youngsville Sports Complex

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By MeganWyatt | The Advocate

Drew Brees announced in a Facebook video Tuesday night that he'll be expanding his youth flag football league to Youngsville this fall.

The New Orleans Saints quarterback recently toured the Youngsville Sports Complex as a potential space for Football 'N' America, a non-contact, co-ed flag football league he co-founded for children in kindergarten through eighth grades.

"I cannot wait to see you guys out there," Brees said in the Facebook video announcement. "To see the videos, to see the excitement and see everything that we’re going to be bringing to Youngsville Sports Complex through Football 'N' America. See you soon!"

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New Orleans Saints A.J. Klein and Terron Armstead to host annual celebrity Black and Gold Softball Game

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Join New Orleans Saints LB A.J. Klein and T Terron Armstead as they host the Annual Black & Gold Celebrity Softball Game on Tuesday, June 4, at Tulane University’s Turchin Stadium. All proceeds will benefit Son of a Saint and Team Gleason.

Klein and Armstead along with other teammates are among some of the big names taking part in the event. This family-friendly experience will include autograph opportunities, food, fun, competition and more. Anticipated attendance is estimated at more than 1,300 black and gold supporters.

Tickets for the softball game are on sale now, and cost $10 for adults, while children age 10 and younger are able to attend for free. There will also be free admission for teachers, first responders and military when they present their ID upon gate entry. Fans who purchase tickets before the game day will also have the chance to win prizes and participate in other special activities during the game.

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A 'Thank You' Letter to Saints Fans from Gayle Benson

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Dear Saints Fans,
I want to thank you for your support throughout the 2018 New Orleans Saints season. We have received countless letters and emails since the season ended. Our football team showed that through the efforts of our entire organization working together that we are headed in the right direction. With their continued hard work and persistence, great things are still to come.

Thank you, also, for the incredible way you supported us starting at training camp all the way through the playoffs as our team fought hard all year, right down to the last play. Everyone in our organization fed off the energy that you created, not only in the Superdome, but during road games as well. As part of our New Orleans Saints family, I thank you for your unwavering support. ...

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Boycott Bowl, New Orleans’ anti-Super Bowl concert, is sold out

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By Doug MacCash, | Times-Picayune

The Boycott Bowl, the Super Bowl protest concert on Sunday (Feb. 3), has sold out, according to event co-founder Travis Laurendine. He said more than 3,000 Who Dats have purchased general admission and VIP tickets to the concert on Fulton Street. Though Laurendine hopes to find more space by showtime, at this moment the event has reached capacity.

The NFL-alternative concert, which was founded by Laurendine, Brandon Rizzuto, and “Kango Slimm” Williams, was inspired, of course, by the Saints’ illegitimate loss during THE GAME THAT MUST NOT BE MENTIONED on Jan. 20. ...

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21-plus events for New Orleans Saints fans’ on anti-Super Bowl on Sunday

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(Photo by David Grunfeld, | The Times-Picayune)

By Ann Maloney |

In New Orleans, Sunday (Feb. 3), will be a day of block parties, second-lines and concerts with neighborhood bars festooned in black and gold as they host New Orleans Saints festivities to celebrate the hometown team.

Everywhere else? It’s just Super Bowl Sunday.

Well before New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees encouraged the team’s fans to take the high road, they were doing just that.

In response to what sports columnist Jeff Duncan called “one of the most egregious non-calls in NFL history,” referring to the lack of a pass-interference penalty in the Jan. 20 NFC Championship game that allowed the Los Angeles Rams to make a comeback and win, New Orleans fans began planning parties.

There is no formal agency pulling this city together. New Orleanians just grabbed an oar and got this city moving in a positive direction.

Chef Amy Cyrex Sins planned the “Anti-LIE Bowl Party- #pettynola” party at Dat Dog, which spread to the full 3300 block of Magazine; the Rev. Bill Miller, rector of Christ Episcopal Church in Covington announced a “Black and Gold and Yellow Flag Sunday” Super Bowl Sunday service; and public relations professional Kim Bergeron, began raising money to host the Black and Gold Second-line Parade in the French Quarter. ...

How properly to boycott Super Bowl LIE, from a ratings standpoint

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By Mike Scott, | The Times-Picayune

Nearly two weeks later, New Orleans is still reeling from the super scam that robbed the Saints of their rightful place in Super Bowl LIII, which we've since dubbed Super Bowl LIE. In fact, a grass-roots "Boycott Bowl" movement continues to build, with parties of protest scheduled around the city so locals can enjoy not watching the big game together.

After all, the referees cost the Saints a title shot by looking the other way when the Rams' Nickell Robey-Coleman illegally cleaned Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis' clock during the closing minutes of the NFC Championship Game. It only makes sense for Saints fans to respond in kind by looking the other way on Super Bowl Sunday.

It's worth noting, however, that there's a right way and a wrong way to boycott the Super Bowl if you want to send the loudest, clearest message to the NFL league offices. ...

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There’s an Uptown Super Bowl boycott second-line, too

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(Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) (SL)

By Doug MacCash, | Times-Picayune

The Kingpin Bar, at 1307 Lyons St., will be the starting point for a Who Dat second-line parade on Sunday (Feb. 3), meant to mock the Super Bowl. According to Kingpin co-owner Steve Watson, the parade will gather at the bar at 4 p.m. and begin rambling at 4:30 p.m.

The route, Watson says, is generally toward Magazine Street or “wherever the mood takes us.” Paraders are invited to bring along ticket stubs and other mementoes from THE GAME THAT MUST NOT BE MENTIONED, which took place in the Super Dome on Jan. 20. At the conclusion of the procession, the symbols of NFL betrayal will be buried.

The unnamed parade (we like “The Bury The Bowl Parade”) will be led by the Big Fun Brass Band. Of course, the Kingpin will not aid in the broadcast of Super Bowl 2019. ...

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Statement from Saints Owner Gayle Benson

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Yesterday’s result is still difficult to accept for all of us. I am thoroughly disappointed by the events that led to the outcome of yesterday’s game. Getting to the Super Bowl is incredibly difficult to do and takes such an unbelievable commitment from a team and support from its fans. No team should ever be denied the opportunity to reach the title game (or simply win a game) based on the actions, or inactions, of those charged with creating a fair and equitable playing field. As is clear to all who watched the game, it is undeniable that our team and fans were unfairly deprived of that opportunity yesterday. I have been in touch with the NFL regarding yesterday’s events and will aggressively pursue changes in NFL policies to ensure no team and fan base is ever put in a similar position again. It is a disservice to our coaches, players, employees and, most importantly, the fans who make our game possible. The NFL must always commit to providing the most basic of expectations - fairness and integrity.

Our entire team is humbled and grateful for the support shown by our fans over the course of the season. It has become common for teams to proclaim that they have the “best fans in the NFL”. I do not believe there is any debate, however, that we truly have the most inspiring, committed and passionate fans in all of...

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