The media gets their first glimpse of the 2017 New Orleans Saints at OTAs on Thursday. Here’s a look at the biggest happenings surrounding the team.
The Pro Bowl will continue to be the NFC-AFC format.
Drew Brees showed a tendency to really attack certain defenders in 2016: pic.twitter.com/EsOXGtgg5l— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) May 24, 2017
Cam Jordan and Mark Ingram are doing a "Lip Sync Battle" for charity on June 11 aboard the Carnival Dream at Port of New Orleans.— Josh Katzenstein (@jkatzenstein) May 24, 2017
Delvin Breaux said he's feeling 200% healthy. We've got the Saints Cornerback on Fox 8 News at 4 and 5.— juan kincaid (@juangkincaid) May 24, 2017
Saints OTAs provide rookies first chance to measure themselves against veterans | NOLA.com
Lattimore and the other Saints rookies had their first chance to practice with the veterans during OTAs on Tuesday. The voluntary practices continue with 10 total sessions over the next three weeks, and then the team will have a three-day mandatory minicamp before a summer break.
The rookies practiced with each other as well as some tryout players during rookie minicamp two weekends ago, but OTAs provide them a chance to see how they measure up with the veterans on the team.
Saints' Drew Brees to appear as guest on Dude Perfect | Who Dat Dish
The Dude Perfect official Twitter account tweet earlier that the two parties would not only be meeting but would be collaborating for an official YouTube video. Drew Brees later confirmed the collab.
For those of you who don’t know who Dude Perfect is, let me elaborate. Dude Perfect is a group of guys who’ve become famous from their insane trick shot videos on YouTube. Best friends, and even better competitors, Dude Perfect offers a ton of entertainment, and excitement in every video. Pictured in the photos on the tweet, from left to right, Cory, Garrett, my personal favorite Ty, Cody, and Coby make an amazing group of talented men who are nearly perfect at everything sports.
Michael Hoomanawanui attends Special Olympics Louisiana 2017 State Summer Game Opening Ceremonies
Saints tight end Michael Hoomanawanui visited Southeastern University and served as an honorary coach/referee during the United Flag Football Game as part of the opening ceremonies for the Special Olympics Louisiana 2017 State Summer games.