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There are only 100 days to go until our first SAINTS game of the 2020 season. Tampa Bay vs New Orleans SAINTS. Brees vs Brady. Therefore tomorrow morning, Saturday June 6th, the countdown begins. As we begin our traditional countdown this year we salute SAINT TEX for her many years of bringing us the COUNTDOWN. Thank you again SAINT TEX. Tune in tomorrow morning as we begin with number,
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I usually saw Joel 3x a week, he had a condo upstairs over the restaurant. That man could eat!
 
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Patrick Chuba Omameh Jr.

Omameh's parents moved to Columbus, Ohio from Nigeria in the early 1980’s. When Omameh was in fourth grade, he did not know what American football was and when he asked his father about it, his father brought out a soccer ball. One of the football coaches persuaded Patrick's parents to let him play, offering to take him to and from practice every day. On the first day of football practice, he wore sandals and a wristwatch. As a senior at St. Francis DeSales High School, he was selected as a 2007 Division II All-Ohio first team offensive lineman. He was a straight-A student recruited by the likes of Princeton, and MIT. Omameh decided to go to Michigan where he played from 2009-2012. By the end of 2012 he had 41 consecutive starts. Omameh was a first team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and an honorable mention selection by the media. He earned his third consecutive Academic All-Big Ten recognition in 2012. After going undrafted in 2013, he signed with the 49ers as a free agent. Before joining the SAINTS in July of last year. He previously played for the Tampa Bay, Chicago, Jacksonville, and the New York Giants. Last year he played in 14 games for the SAINTS and started (1) at left tackle.

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GUS CUMBERLANDER

Cumberlander played high school football for the Cedar Grove High SAINTS in Ellenwood , Georgia. He was rated as a 3-Star prospect coming out of high school. He went on to play for the Oregon Ducks. As a redshirt freshman he played in eight games. He became known as a situational pass rusher in college. Last year with the Ducks he missed the last 9 games due to season ending injury. During his career at Oregon, Cumberlander appeared in 30 games with 23 total tackles including 8.5 tackles for a loss and 6.5 sacks. The SAINTS signed him as an undrafted free agent and was willing to give him a signing bonus to get him to come to New Orleans. Congratulation Gus for being a SAINT again.
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This has to be the deepest group of offensive lineman in Saints history. I see a ton of players that could legitimately make the roster.

OT- Terron Armstead, Ryan Ramczyk, James Hurst, Ethan Greenidge, Calvin Throckmorton, Derek Kelly, Darrin Paulo

OG/C- Cesar Ruiz, Eric McCoy, Nick Easton, Will Clapp, Cameron Tom, Patrick Omameh, Adrian Magee, Jordan Steckler

That’s not to say that a lot of those guys could play either inside or outside too.

It will be interesting to see who makes the last backup spot. I think Easton and Clapp have two of them for sure. I see Hurst, Greenidge, Throckmorton, Tom, Omameh, and Kelly as the top guys. It will likely be someone that can play tackle, so I think Hurst, Greenidge, Throckmorton, Omameh, & Kelly may have the upper hand. Unless we keep 4 then Tom and Magee May have a shot, but Magee played some tackle as well at LSU. Two or three of them may make the practice squad as well

Both the offensive and defensive lines are the deepest I’ve ever seen going into a Saints season
 
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ANTHONY CHICKILLO

Chickillo played high school ball at Gaither High School, and Braulio Alonso High school in Tampa. As a senior, he had 140 tackles, 18 sacks, and was named the MVP of the 2011 Under Armour All- American game after he recorded 1.5 sacks and a fumble recovery. He was rated as a four-star recruit by some and a 5-star recruit by others before he went to the University of Miami to play his college football. His father and grandfather also played college football at Miami. He began his freshman season as a backup before becoming a starter. After three games, he became a starter and would start the next 47 games through his senior year. He finished his career with 170 tackles and 15.5 sacks. As he prepared for the draft scouts were divided on what position he was best suited for and many classified him as a tweener. He was drafted by the Steelers in the 6th round of the 2015 NFL draft. Before joining the SAINTS this offseason he played in 65 regular season games with nine starts while also being a contributor on special teams. During his time at Pittsburg he has had 89 tackles and 7.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles on defense. On special teams he has made 29 stops, a forced fumble, two fumble recoveries , and one blocked punt recovery for a touchdown.
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NOAH SPENCE

Spence was born in Philadelphia, PA and went to Bishop McDevitt High school in Harrisburg. During his junior and senior years he had 204 tackles and 35 ½ sacks. He was named the Gatorade Football player of the Year for Pennsylvania his senior year and was a 5-Star recruit . He choose Ohio State as the place to play his collegiate football. Spence played in 12 games as a true freshman at Ohio State in 2012 and had 12 tackles and one sack. As a sophomore in 2013, he started 13 games and recorded 50 tackles and eight sacks. Spence transferred to Eastern Kentucky in 2015. In his lone season at Eastern Kentucky, he had 63 tackles and 11.5 sacks and was the Ohio Valley Conference co-Defensive Player of the Year. At the end of that season he decided to enter the 2016 draft. Spence was drafted by Tampa Bay in the second round. In his rookie year he played in all (16) games with (3) starts. In his second year he played and started in the first (6) games but was injured and placed on IR. He didn’t make the Tampa Bay team coming out of preseason last year and was waived but signed by Washington a month later. He played in seven games in Washington last year where he recorded one sack, two QB hurries and three total tackle but was waived in November. The SAINTS signed Spence in December of last year but was inactive the rest of the season for New Orleans. The SAINTS resigned him to compete for a roster spot this year but he suffered an ACL injury and has been placed on the reserved/non-football injury list.
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DEMARIO DAVIS

Davis was born in Collins Mississippi. When he was growing up he had a cousin who was a starting quarterback in the NFL. That quarterback was the late Steve McNair who played for the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens. Davis went to Brandon High school where he was a three-sport athlete in football, basketball, and track. In football he played mostly wide receiver as a sophomore and junior. As a senior, he recorded 81 tackles, six interceptions and one sack, while also receiving over 30 passes for 386 receiving yards with four scores. He was also a starter on the Brandon basketball team and competed in the high jump with the track & field team. He went to college at Arkansas State and played in 48 career games, starting the final 37. It was there he made 230 career tackles, seven sacks, five forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries, including one returned 53 yards for a touchdown. He also had four interceptions, including one for a 75-yard TD return He was a three-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection and he earned a bachelor's degree in communications. He was named to Arkansas State's Athletic Director's Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll multiple times. Davis entered the NFL in 2012 when he was selected in the third round by the New York Jets. In his rookie year he played in all 16 games with three starts. He finished second on team with 16 special teams tackles, also recording 33 defensive tackles (21 solo) and one fumble recovery. Davis has been in the league for eight years, playing (5) of them with the Jets, (1) with the Browns, and (2) with the SAINTS. Since joining New Orleans in 2018, Davis has made an instant impact to the defense and the team as a leader. He was immediately voted as a team captain. After the addition of Davis to our defense, the unit has ranked second and fourth in opponent rushing yards per game, also ranking sixth in opponent third down conversion rate last year. He has led the Saints in stops for the second straight season. Last year he was selected as an Associated Press first-team All-Pro, after making 111 tackles, four sacks, an interception and a career-high 12 passes defensed. For his career, Demario has appeared in 128 games with 114 starts, recording 881 tackles (590 solo), 22.5 sacks, two interceptions, 33 passes defensed, three forced fumbles, six fumble recoveries and 24 special team stops. Davis has not only contributed on the field he is also known for the many contributions he is making to the community back in Mississippi, New York, and in the New Orleans area.

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Well it looks like we may be able to see what all these guys can do when training camp opens July 28. I'm really excited now. I believe this is the deepest team we've had in quite some time and it looks like we have some high quality URFA's that could make the team and surely some will definitely make the PS.
 
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KADEN ELLISS

Elliss had a big family growing up as he was (1) of (12) children. His father, Luther’ was a 12 year NFL veteran and is a defensive line coach at Idaho. Kaden played high school football at Judge Memorial Catholic in Salt Lake City. He was named Utah’s High School Athletic Association Most Valuable Player in 2013 after leading his team to a state championship as the team's starting quarterback and defensive end. He threw for 714 yards and nine touchdowns, added 921 rushing yards and 16 TDs on ground and on defense, registered 52 tackles and one interception. He was on the Honor roll throughout high school. Kaden played college football at Idaho. He played and contributed early and had many accomplishments all four years. As true freshman, finished second on team with 83 tackles, four quarterback hurries and one sack. As a sophomore, he was named All-Sun Belt Honorable mention. As a junior, he was named to second-team All-Sun Belt at Linebacker. He also played on offense and he was the one of the few players to ever record a sack and a touchdown reception in the same game, and he accomplished the feat twice. As senior, he started all 11 games and he recorded 60 tackles (41 solo), seven sacks. He was the team leader with 16 tackles for loss. He also caught three passes for 20 yards. Elliss was selected by the SAINTS in the seventh round of the draft in 2019. He is a strong, athletic player with coverage skills, pass rush and run-stopping abilities who played in the first 3 games last year but was placed on injury reserve after a knee injury.

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KIKO ALONSO

Alonso played high school football at Los Gatos High School in California. As a senior he had 150 tackles, (81) unassisted, and (27) sacks. He also led his team in receiving with (35) catches for 559 yards. He was selected to the Defensive first-team All-Northern California. He was rated as a 3-star recruit coming out of high school. He accepted a scholarship to the University of Oregon. He was a three year letterman there and he started for one year. He played in 36 career games with 17 starts and the totaled 143 tackles (99 solo), with 3.5 sacks, and six interceptions. In the 2013 draft he was selected by Buffalo Bills in the second round. He was named a starter for the season opener against the Patriots, and he had a very good rookie year. He had to sit out the 2014 season due to a torn ACL. During his NFL career he has been involved in several trade deals. He went from Buffalo to the Eagles as part of the LeSean McCoy trade, and he went from the Eagles to the Dolphins when the two teams swapped draft picks in the first round of the 2016 draft. The SAINTS acquired him from the Dolphins in exchange for LB Vince Biegel at the end of preseason last year. Last year he played in 13 games with four starts posting 31 tackles, (25) solo. Alonso will have to try to make the SAINTS roster by coming back from a serious injury as he unfortunately suffered another ACL injury during last years playoff game against the Vikings.

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ZACH BAUN

Baun grew up in Wisconsin and played at two different high schools. At West Bend East high school, he played wide receiver. After his sophomore year his family moved, and he played at Brown Deer High school at both quarterback and linebacker. As a senior, Baun was named the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association State Offensive Player of the Year, and he was named the Dave Krieg State Quarterback of the Year. He received those honors after passing for 1,936 yards and 20 touchdowns, and for rushing for 1,837 yards and a state-leading 39 touchdowns. He was certainly a dual-threat quarterback. Baun also played basketball and ran track in high school. In basketball, Baun was a starter for Brown Deer's 2013 Division II State Championship team and he placed in the Division II state track championship in both the 100 meter and 200 meter dashes. Baun played college football for the Wisconsin Badgers. He was a three-year contributor on Wisconsin's defense. After being redshirted his freshman year, he played in (12) games in 2016. He had to sit out of the 2017 campaign due to an injury. The next year he started all 13 games at Outside linebacker. Last year he was a team captain and led his team with 19 1/2 tackles for a loss, 12 ½ were sacks. He was a Butkus award finalist and received several other distinguished collegiate honors. Overall in his college career, he played in 39 games with 27 starts. He recorded 154 tackles, 30.5 stops for loss, 15 sacks, two interceptions and three forced fumbles. In the 2020 NFL draft, Baun was selected by the SAINTS in the third round with the 74th overall pick.

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I swear if we miss the season this year and after the election is over suddenly everything "gets better"... im going to go live.. you'll see me on tv.
 

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