BY KYLE WHITFIELD | Staff writer
The New Orleans Saints have agreed to rent several floors of the Loews Hotel downtown to allow critical staff and players to "sequester" there, according to NBC Sports' Peter King.
No one will be forced to stay at the hotel, and Saints coach Sean Payton reportedly said he expects about 150 of 180 employees and players will stay there through the first week of September.
The offer to employees and players to stay at the Loews begins Wednesday, the report says.
“It’s not a bubble,” Payton told NBC Sports. “It’s a sequester. The message from the league is, ‘The show must go on.’ If so...