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Fleur-de-Links, October 15: New Orleans to Host Super Bowl 59

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New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Photo by Tim Motion/Construction Photography/Avalon/Getty Images

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New Orleans Super Bowl pushed back from 2024 to 2025 - Associated Press

While New Orleans was initial set to host Super Bowl 58 in 2024, it has been moved and the Saints will host Super Bowl 59 in 2025 in order to avoid a Mardi Gras conflict.

Drew Brees buys luxury Canal Street condo, celebrity news site reports - NOLA

Drew Brees has reportedly purchased a luxury condo, equipped with “private access to a bar/lounge to a golf simulator room,” and it has cost him somewhere between $2 million and $10 million.

Saints Enter Bye Week Looking to Repeat History - Sports Illustrated

The Saints have won their last 3 game following a bye week and have a very good record hosting teams after a bye week under Sean Payton, with an at-home record of 6-3 in games immediately following bye weeks.

New Orleans Saints’ race to improve includes critical assessment during bye week - New Orleans Saints

Sean Payton speaks on the importance of improvement during bye week, saying, “You’re always looking at it glass half-empty, half-full, but yet we’re still in this race to improve.”

Malcolm Jenkins says therapy helps him cope with stress - Associated Press

As an advocate for mental health awareness, Malcolm Jenkins says, “For me, the more I try to deal with these issues and try to face these things head on, the more stress that comes along with it.”

In case you missed it: Check out New Orleans Saints Alvin Kamara’s amazing catch against the Los Angeles Chargers - NOLA

A photo of Alvin Kamara’s spectacular 28-yard pass as he was defended by Los Angeles Chargers safety Rayshawn Jenkins.

Sean Payton says Saints home games at LSU’s Tiger Stadium ‘would be exciting’ - Saints Wire

Sean Payton speaks very favorably of the possibility of playing at LSU’s Tiger Stadium, saying, “We would embrace it.”