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    Safety in Numbers

    By Claude Coupee GSEZ Correspondant| Girod Street Endzone As The GOAT noted a couple of days ago, we’re back. Sunday pretty much sucked, but the first thing we have to do is resuscitate the patient, i.e., you, the fan base. You’re why we’re here. 1. 2024 That’s the year through which Sean...
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    Are Saints a realistic option for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater?

    Chris Graythen/Getty Images By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer METAIRIE, La. -- Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater would be an ideal successor to Drew Brees for the New Orleans Saints. The only thing that doesn't seem to fit is the timing. Bridgewater, 26, is an unrestricted free agent after...
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    Saints name Darren Rizzi special-teams coordinator

    By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints completed an overhaul of their special-teams coaching staff on Monday by announcing they have hired former Miami Dolphins coordinator Darren Rizzi. Rizzi, 48, worked for three different head coaches during an...
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    Mike Detillier: The offseason has started for the Saints

    By Mike Detillier / Sports Correspondent With the 2018 season over, it is time to start looking into what the New Orleans Saints need to upgrade their football team in 2019. Who knows what happens with free agents like halfback Mark Ingram, back-up quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, defensive...
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    Saints QB J.T. Barrett, released and signed to practice squad 12 times, seeks roster stability

    By Christopher Dabe, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Now that the offseason has arrived, J.T. Barrett can make day-to-day plans he knows he’ll be able to keep. The Ohio State product joined the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent quarterback last May and stayed on the roster until the...
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    Super Bowl ratings plummet as Who Dats strike back

    (Photo by David Grunfeld, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) By Mike Scott, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Mission accomplished, Who Dat Nation. New Orleans Saints fans wanted their voices to be heard after the blown call two weeks ago that cost their team a trip to Super Bowl LIII -- and after...
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    Saints fans had a big, angry parade before the Super Bowl

    A protest-acular. By Christian D'Andrea | SBNation Two weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints had their Super Bowl 53 hopes dashed thanks to, in no small part, a horrible botched call from the officials. On Sunday, with the big game looming, fans in Louisiana banded together to let the world know...
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    Saints fans stage huge Super Bowl protest in New Orleans

    By Des Bieler | Washington Post February 3 at 7:13 PM Saints fans outraged by their team’s loss in the NFC championship game were hardly about to let go of that frustration on the day of the Super Bowl. Ahead of the matchup Sunday between the Rams and Patriots, thousands of Saints supporters...
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    Steve Gleason trolls NFL refs, receives philanthropic achievement award at Super Bowl 53

    By Jeff Duncan, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune ATLANTA -- Steve Gleason was awarded the philanthropic achievement award by The Giving Back Fund on Saturday night at the annual Big Game Big Give event before Super Bowl LIII. Dressed in a referee’s shirt, Gleason thanked The Giving Back Fund...
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    Drew Brees: "We're within our window and we have to seize the opportunity"

    By Rod Walker | The Advocate ATLANTA — Drew Brees would much rather have spent his Friday morning in Atlanta preparing for the New England Patriots. Instead, he was only in town to make appearances on the national television and radio shows doing live broadcasts leading up to Sunday's Super...
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    Saints' Drew Brees displeased with Roger Goodell's silence on blown call

    By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer METAIRIE, La. -- Drew Brees took issue with the fact that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell waited 10 days to publicly address the officiating error that went against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship Game. Brees made the media rounds Friday at...
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    Saints hope non-call isn't lasting impression of 2018 season

    Photo - WDSU By News-Herald The 2018 New Orleans Saints season should be remembered for moments like Drew Brees breaking the NFL's all-time passing yards record. But in all likelihood, something else will be the lasting impression. The blown non-call for pass interference would have set the...
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    LSU taps Saints assistant Joe Brady to oversee passing game

    By AP | ESPN BATON ROUGE, La. -- LSU coach Ed Orgeron said he has hired New Orleans Saints assistant Joe Brady as the Tigers' passing game coordinator and receivers coach. Brady fills the vacancy created when veteran receivers coach Jerry Sullivan retired after the 2018 season. Orgeron said...
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    Saints coaching assistant Deuce Schwartz leaving for job with Browns

    Cleveland Browns linebackers coach Blake Williams, left, New Orleans coaching assistant Deuce Schwartz, center, and Houston Texans assistant defensive backs coach D'Anton Lynn, right, talk during the NFL Coaching Clinic Saturday, June 16, 2018 in Frisco, Texas. (Michael Ainsworth/AP Images for...
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    How properly to boycott Super Bowl LIE, from a ratings standpoint

    By Mike Scott, NOLA.com | 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...
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    Drew Brees challenges Saints fans to channel frustration into positivity after NFC championship loss

    (Photo by David Grunfeld, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) By Carlie Kollath Wells, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Saints quarterback Drew Brees on Monday morning (Jan. 28) encouraged fans to channel their frustration into positivity after the team’s controversial NFC Championship loss. His...
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    Mayor LaToya Cantrell calls for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to ’step up for what’s right’

    (Curtis Compton) By Greg LaRose, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Add New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell to the growing list of politicians who are pushing for NFL to address a now notorious no-call in the NFC Championship game led to the Saints missing out on a trip to the Super Bowl. In a...
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    Come out of hiding, Commissioner Goodell

    (AP Photo/David Goldman, File) By The Times-Picayune Editorial Board Three days after referees blew a blatant pass interference call and robbed the New Orleans Saints of a return trip to the Super Bowl, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said nothing publicly. A league official admitted to...
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    Local coroner says Saints' season died due to 'blunt force trauma to the head and chest'

    Everyone's getting in their takes on the controversial play late in the NFC title game By Jared Dubin It seems that everyone in the greater New Orleans area is determined to give their take on how the Saints' season ended. As you no doubt know by now, the Saints lost the NFC title game to the...

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