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Saints' Mark Ingram suspended first 4 games of 2018 season

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By Christopher Dabe

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram will miss the first four games of the 2018 season.

The NFL suspended Ingram four games for violating the league policy on performance-enhancing substances.

Ingram will be eligible to return to the Saints' active roster Oct. 1, one day after the team's Week 4 game against the New York Giants. He is eligible to participate in all off-season activities.

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Saints best ever picks in the NFL Draft by round

  • News source: Rene Nadeau
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Since the NFL Draft once included 17 rounds dating back to the inaugural Saints year of 1967, we will include 17 players as the best pick ever in each round.
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Saints hero Steve Gleason unveils the art he's creating with help from AI technology

  • News source: BY DOUG MACCASH | Staff writer
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It was your typical art gallery opening, with an elegantly dressed crowd, flowing wine and a chatter of excitement wafting around the artist, who circulated slowly through the room. Yet it wasn’t typical at all.
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Jeff Duncan: The Saints need to trade down in the 2024 NFL Draft. But will they?

  • News source: BY JEFF DUNCAN | Sports columnist
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WATCH Saints Insider, April 19: Examining the Saints' second-round possibilities

  • News source: Staff report
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Much discussion has been given to the New Orleans Saints' first-round pick in the upcoming NFL Draft — and rightfully so. But what about the team's second-round pick, No. 45 overall? Our Saints Insider team of Luke Johnson, Matthew Paras,…
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Why the Saints should not trade down from the 14th pick

  • News source: Darrion Gray
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The New Orleans Saints rarely trade down in the NFL draft. Matter of fact, they haven’t done it even once since 2007. The Saints have enough holes that trading back to get at least one more pick in the top 100 makes sense. New Orleans just shouldn’t do it at No. 14. This is not advocating for them to trade up, but staying put in the first round would be smart. Then, look to trade down from No. 45 if you want to stack picks.

New Orleans has a clear need at offensive tackle, arguably at both left tackle and right tackle. They’re in prime position to get a Day 1 starter at either position...
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Jayden Daniels, Saints draft prospects and Pelicans: Larry Holder on Dattitude Ep. 228

  • News source: BY JIM DERRY | Dattitude Podcast Host
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The script is written for the Black and Gold … will they follow it? Is Jayden Daniels to be a Commander or a Patriot? Without Zion, the Pels have one last chance for the playoffs, and …?
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Hayden’s 2024 Mock Draft 2.0

  • News source: Hayden Reel
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Bowers was one of the most dominant forces in college football the last three seasons. Bowers is a three-time All-American and the only two-time winner of the John Mackey Award for college football’s best TE. He would be an instant starter and an instant contributor and the best TE the New Orleans Saints have had since Jimmy Graham. Despite need on the offensive line, if you have a chance to get a player with upside as great as Bowers at pick 14 at another position of need you would be a fool to pass up on it.

Frazier is a three-year starter at center for the Mountaineers who has only...
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Breaking down Saints' picks in The 33rd Team's 7-round mock draft

  • News source: John Sigler
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We’re finally closing in on the 2024 NFL draft. By this point next week we’ll know who the New Orleans Saints picked in the first round, with all eyes turning to the second round and the rest of this year’s draft. So it’s worth checking in on seven-round mock drafts to get a better idea of which players may be available later on.
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Saints Hall of Fame Experience Reception/Auction set for May 30 at IP

  • News source: Ken Trahan
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The seventh annual Saints Hall of Fame Experience Reception/Auction is set for Thursday, May 30 from 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. at IP Casino Resort in the third-floor ballroom at 850 Bayview Avenue in Biloxi.
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Saints Podcast Round-Up, April 19th

  • News source: Tina Howell
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Are you a fan of the New Orleans Saints and looking for all your Saints podcasts in one place? Canal Street Chronicles has you set with some of the best local podcasts like Off the Edge, Second and Saints, Inside Black & Gold and more.

Off The Edge

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NOF Podcast

Featuring Nick Underhill and Mike Triplett

Second and Saints

Featuring John Hendrix and Ross Jackson

Inside Black & Gold

Featuring Jeff Nowak and Steve Geller

Locked On Saints

Featuring Ross Jackson

Saints Happy Hour

Featuring Ralph Malbrough, Andrew Juge and Kevin Hale
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Derek Carr, Juwan Johnson competing in a national cornhole tournament

  • News source: Darrion Gray
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The American Cornhole League is hosting their fifth annual Superhole event, with the qualifying round of the tournament taking place in New Orleans. Not only is it in the city, Saints starters Derek Carr and Juwan Johnson are participating as well. The incentive for victory starts with a $100,000 cash prize for winning it all.

Johnson and Carr aren’t partners, however. Each will be paired with an ACL pro and will compete against other NFL players. Johnson, paired with Frank Modlin, looks to take down Eric Kendricks. Meanwhile Carr, paired with Trevor Kuhfuss, looks to defeat former Saints...
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Possible players the Saints could trade on draft night

  • News source: Caleb_Yaccarino
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Not having a third or fourth round pick increases the odds of the New Orleans Saints trading up in this year’s NFL Draft. The Saints do not like to sit and wait till a player drops to them, and this year should not be any different. They could use their copious amounts of day three picks to trade up, but there is another way to acquire earlier picks. On draft night, we have seen some trades over the years that include players for picks, but not too many. I wanted to see what players could be traded away from the Saints and what they would get in return.

Although this might not be the most...
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Miguez’s Mock Draft 2.0: The Saints Drafted WHO?!

  • News source: mattmiguez
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The NFL Draft is just one week away and we’re getting closer and closer to talking about who the New Orleans Saints will actually draft instead of speculation.

However, until that time, the speculation will continue. So here comes another mock draft, but this one has some surprises in it.

I don’t even know how this happened.

This will almost NEVER happen, but Jayden Daniels wearing the Black and Gold would be a ton of fun. Pairing him with an elusive back like AK and pass catchers like Chris Olave, Rashid Shaheed, AT Perry, and more would elevate him to a new level very early in his...
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2024 NFL mock draft: QBs go 1-2-3, WRs go 4-5-6 in new first-round projections

  • News source: John Sigler
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The 2024 NFL draft is just around the corner, where teams are busy finalizing their draft boards before things get underway in less than a week.

Our NFL Wire editors are back with another first-round mock draft, including those with teams without a first-round pick as they made their top realistic prediction for Day 2. In our latest mock, there are several trades and plenty of movement with quarterbacks and wide receivers in the first six picks.

With the draft less than a week away, here are our latest first-round projections, along with the top available prospects for teams without a first-round selection.
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