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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 QB Jameis Winston to Partner with the HBCU Legacy Bowl

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TheHBCU Legacy Bowl announced today a new, multi-year partnership with New Orleans Saints QB Jameis Winstonand his Dream Forever Foundation.

Winston played college football at Florida State, where he became the youngest player to win the Heisman Trophy and led his team to victory in the 2014 BCS National Championship Game during his freshman year. Winston was selected first overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2015 NFL Draft. He set several franchise rookie records, earned Pro Bowl honors and led the league in passing yards during the 2019 season. Winston joined the New Orleans Saints in 2020, became the starting signal-caller in 2021 and was named team captain.

Winston has supported HBCUs through previous donations to Miles College totaling $100,000 in support of the football program as well as a donation to the HBCU Baseball Classic. Winston has also hosted numerous free youth football camps and social justice seminars at Miles College.

"We are truly grateful to have Jameis Winston partner with the HBCU Legacy Bowl," said Super Bowl XXII MVP and Black College Football Hall of Fame Co-Founder Doug Williams. "His leadership and continued commitment in support of HBCU's will make a difference in the lives of others."

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New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis to host Dining for Dreams Event on Nov. 8

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New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis and his Devoted Dreamers Foundation is set to kick off for the first time what is sure to become a popular event – the "Dining for Dreams" celebrity waiter dinner, where Davis and his teammates will entertain and interact with guests to raise money for important charitable causes.

The charity event will take place on Monday, Nov. 8 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The in-person event will take the necessary cautions to keep all guests and players safe. Proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test within 48 hours of the event will be required for all attendees upon entry.

The evening will kick off with a VIP cocktail reception, followed by the main event. Guests will enjoy a three-course meal served by some of their favorite Saints players. The evening will also feature a live and silent auction, a raffle and a Dessert Dash sponsored by Gambino's Bakery.

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New Orleans Saints pre-sale tickets go on sale Thursday for Sept. 12 game vs. Green Bay Packers in Jacksonville

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Pre-sale tickets go on sale September 2 at 10 a.m. CT on Ticketmaster

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The National Football League announced Wednesday, Sept. 1 that the New Orleans Saints opening game of the 2021 season against the Green Bay Packers will be played in Jacksonville, Florida at TIAA Bank Field, on Sunday, September 12 at 3:25 p.m. (CT). Pre-sale tickets for the contest go on sale Thursday, Sept. 2, at 10 a.m. central.

The New Orleans Saints are working in conjunction with the Jacksonville Jaguars, ASM Global and Ticketmaster to ensure Saints fans have a presence at TIAA Bank Field. Tickets will be sold through Ticketmaster; the Jacksonville Jaguars' official ticketing partner.

To purchase tickets, please visit www.ticketmaster.com.

Purchasing online is the most convenient and secure way to attend this game. We recognize that hundreds of thousands of New Orleans Saints fans are currently without reliable internet access due to Hurricane Ida, so there is an option to purchase tickets over the phone by calling the Jacksonville Jaguars general line: (904) 633-2000. Fans who are specifically interested in Premium Seating or Suite options for the game should also call the Jaguars ticket office. ...

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Statement from Gayle Benson and the New Orleans Saints regarding Hurricane Ida

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Saints owner makes initial $1 million donation toward Gulf Coast Renewal Fund

As South Louisiana and the Gulf Coast begin to assess the significant damage inflicted by Hurricane Ida, please know our prayers are with all of those who have suffered from the impacts of this historical storm. We have great faith in the resilience and strength of our community and look forward to doing everything in our power to help lead in the recovery.

Most important, we as an organization want to do everything within our power to assist those who have been impacted by the storm and have activated our Gulf Coast Renewal Fund with Owner Gayle Benson making an initial donation of $1 million to support our community throughout Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. Those wishing to donate can do so by going to NewOrleansSaints.com/hurricaneida. We will continue to be in close communication with governmental and community leaders to determine where aid and assistance can most effectively be directed. More details on the fund and other initiatives will be provided in the coming days.

We know there is much work to be done to restore power and other infrastructure. We have been in touch with government leaders at every level to offer any assistance we can, including the use of any of our facilities - all of which have sustained only superficial damage. FEMA has accepted that offer and will be using portions of our Ochsner Sports Performance Center to stage their assistance efforts.

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Ben McAdoo to fill-in as assistant coach for Cowboys amid COVID adjustments

  • News source: Curtis Crabtree
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The Dallas Cowboys will be missing six coaches, including head coach Mike McCarthy, for Thursday night’s matchup against the New Orleans Saints.

As part of the adjustments made to account for staff shortages, former New York Giants head coach and current Cowboys consultant Ben McAdoo will step into an active coaching role for Dallas.

McAdoo was hired by the Cowboys in May to serve as a consultant for the coaching staff. But with the ranks so depleted for this week, McAdoo is being called into action.

Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will take over McCarthy’s role as active head coach for...
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Alvin Kamara, officially questionable with a knee injury, currently is not expected to play

  • News source: Mike Florio
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There’s hope that the Saints will have the most important player on their offense for Thursday night’s game against the Cowboys. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the current expectation is that running back Alvin Kamara will not play.

Officially questionable with a lingering knee injury, Kamara is expected to miss what will be his fourth straight game.

That’s not a certainty. Nothing becomes official until 90 minutes before kickoff, when Kamara is — or isn’t — on the list of inactive players. For now, however, the thinking is that Kamara will not play.

Kamara was a limited...
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Saints vs. Cowboys: Our staff makes its predictions for Thursday's game

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When: Thursday (7:20 p.m.)

Line: Cowboys -4½

Series record: Cowboys lead, 17-13

Last meeting: Sept. 29, 2019: Saints win 12-10

Cowboys in 2021: 7-4, 1st in NFC East

Saints in 2021: 5-5, 3rd in NFC South

1.5: Cam Jordan is 1½ sacks away from hitting 100 for his career. Only 37 players in NFL history have had 100 or more sacks since the stat was first tracked in 1982.

5: The Saints haven't lost five straight games since 2005.

7: The number of the Saints' likely starting QB for Thursday: Taysom Hill.

8: Cowboys CB Trevon Diggs has eight interceptions this season, the league's best...
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4 downs: Saints, Sean Payton look to avoid first five-game losing streak since 2005

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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The Saints are approaching uncharted territory in the Sean Payton era. A loss Thursday night would give the Saints their first 5-game losing streak since Payton took over in 2006. The last one was in 2005, the last five games of Jim Haslett's tenure as head coach. Despite the consecutive losses, the Saints remain in the thick of the crowded wild-card race. A win over the Cowboys, who have lost 3 of 4, could go a long way in getting back on track.

A common theme in the losing streak is the slow starts. The Saints have yet to score a point in the first quarter in their past four games...
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Three Saints out while Kamara, Armstead, Ramczyk are questionable for Saints ahead of Cowboys game

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It will be a game time decision to see if a trio of key players will play Thursday night for the New Orleans Saints against the Dallas Cowboys.

That includes Alvin Kamara, along with starting tackles Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk. All are listed as questionable on the final injury report released today by the Saints.

A trio of players will not play, including linebacker Kaden Elliss, along with defensive ends Tanoh Kpassagnon and Marcus Davenport.

Taysom Hill will get his first start of the season at quarterback.

Dallas has just one player out in wide receiver Cedrick Wilson while...
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Taysom Hill to start for Saints at QB vs. Cowboys, reports say

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The New Orleans Saints are moving to their third starting quarterback of the season as Taysom Hill's number has been called for Thursday's game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to reports.

On Tuesday, coach Sean Payton came just shy of naming a starter, saying that the team needed to see how Hill's foot felt on Wednesday.

Hill has a partially torn plantar fascia — the tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes — in his right foot, and has been dealing with the recovery from that injury since the game against the Tennessee Titans. A partially torn plantar fascia is more painful...
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Week 13: Saints Wednesday Injury Report

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The final injury injury report is out for the Saints, as Thursday night's game with the Cowboys is right around the corner to start Week 13. Three players have been ruled out for New Orleans, while a few key starters are questionable going into the game. Here's a look at who's out and the injury designations.

OUT: Marcus Davenport (shoulder), Tanoh Kpassagnon (ankle), Kaden Elliss (hamstring)

QUESTIONABLE: Terron Armstead (knee/shoulder), Ryan Ramczyk (knee), Alvin Kamara (knee)

Taysom Hill (foot), Mark Ingram (knee), Paulson Adebo (concussion), and Andrew Dowell (concussion) do not...
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Kenny Vaccaro Retires from NFL

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The Saints got a good one in Kenny Vaccaro with the 15th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, and he went on to play five seasons with the black and gold. He was something special immediately, as his first game in front of the Superdome crowd resulted in preserving a win over the Falcons when he broke up a Matt Ryan pass to Tony Gonzalez that was picked off by Roman Harper.

Vaccaro certainly saw a lot in his time with the Saints, riding through the 2013 whirlwind as a rookie, handling the three straight 7-9 seasons, and eventually finding success in 2017. In free agency that offseason...
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Taysom Hill can provide the lift that the Saints need

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The New Orleans Saints need Taysom Hill now more than ever.

Hill has been a useful player who has become progressively more useful during his five seasons in New Orleans .

But he’s the most important Saint going into the game against Dallas on Thursday night in the Caesars Superdome.

The Saints (5-6) have lost four games in a row and their playoff chances are getting weaker by the week.

But a win against the Cowboys (7-5), who have problems of their own, could be the start of a turn-around.

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Hill to start at QB for Saints vs. Dallas, per source

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METAIRIE, La. -- Taysom Hill will make his first start at quarterback this season for the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night, a source told ESPN, after he practiced fully all week with a partially torn plantar fascia that has limited him since Week 10.

However, the Saints offense might not be at full strength yet against the Dallas Cowboys. Running back Alvin Kamara and offensive tackles Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk are all listed as questionable with knee injuries.

Kamara practiced on a limited basis all week, a positive sign. But he is still ramping back up from the injury that...
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Report: Taysom Hill will start against Cowboys on Thursday night

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During his news conference Tuesday, Sean Payton didn’t commit to Taysom Hill starting at quarterback Thursday night. Payton, though, apparently has seen enough this week to know Hill is good to go.

Hill was a full participant in all three practices this week, taking the first-team reps, and he does not have a designation.

Hill will start against the Cowboys, Mike Triplett of ESPN reports.

Hill becomes the third quarterback to start for the Saints this season, following Jameis Winston and Trevor Siemian. Winston started the first seven games, and the Saints went 5-2 before his...
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Breaking down the final Saints injury report for Week 13 vs. Cowboys

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Things aren’t looking great for the New Orleans Saints this week, with the black and gold still managing a number of injuries to high-profile players. The same can’t quite be said for the Dallas Cowboys who have a significantly more brief injury report, though they are dealing with several absences due to positive COVID-19 test results.

Check here for the full Week 13 injury report. Here’s what we learned:
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Alvin Kamara, Terron Armstead, Ryan Ramczyk are questionable for Thursday Night Football

  • News source: Charean Williams
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Saints running back Alvin Kamara missed the past three games with a knee injury. He was a limited participant in practice all week, and the Saints list him as questionable for Thursday Night Football against the Cowboys.

In eight games this season, Kamara has 178 touches for 840 yards and seven touchdowns.

The Saints will have Kamara’s backup, Mark Ingram, who practiced all week and has no designation. He missed the Thanksgiving Day loss to the Bills with a knee injury.

Quarterback Taysom Hill (foot) also has no designation and could get the start against the Cowboys.

The Saints list...
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3 Saints starters questionable for game vs. Cowboys, 3 others ruled out

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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The New Orleans Saints might have a couple key offensive players back in the fold Thursday against the Dallas Cowboys — and then again, they may not.

Running back Alvin Kamara, right tackle Ryan Ramczyk and left tackle Terron Armstead are all questionable with knee injuries for Thursday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Those three players have combined to make seven Pro Bowls and a couple All-Pro teams the last four years, and the Saints have acutely felt their absence during their four-game losing streak.

The injury report was more cut and dry on the defensive side — linebacker...
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3 Saints questionable, 3 others ruled out vs. Cowboys on final injury report

  • News source: John Sigler
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Well, the final New Orleans Saints injury report this week isn’t ideal, but it still might be an improvement from what we saw last week. The Saints ruled out three players with injuries for Thursday night’s game with the Dallas Cowboys in defensive ends Marcus Davenport (shoulder) and Tanoh Kpassagnon (ankle), as well as linebacker Kaden Elliss (hamstring). But three big-name starters on offense are questionable to play: running back Alvin Kamara (knee) and bookend offensive tackles Terron Armstead (knee) and Ryan Ramczyk (knee). Getting any two of them back in the lineup would be huge...
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Amari Cooper questionable for Thursday Night Football vs. Saints

  • News source: Charean Williams
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The Cowboys activated receiver Amari Cooper from the COVID-19 reserve list Wednesday. Cooper had a limited practice, and the team lists him as questionable to play against the Saints in Thursday Night Football.

Cooper missed the past two games after testing positive for the virus. He didn’t practice earlier this week because head coach Mike McCarthy said Cooper was “not feeling the best” upon returning to the facility.

The Cowboys need Cooper after going 0-2 without him. Receiver Malik Turner missed practice Wednesday with an illness and is quesstionable, and receiver Cedrick Wilson...
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