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Fleur-de-Links, October 16: Saints continue discussion to play at Tiger Stadium

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Saints unchanged in Week 6 Power Rankings after OT win over Chargers - Canal Street Chronicles

Saints still ranked an average of 11 in power rankings following their week 5 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, with a high ranking of 8 and a low of 14.

New Orleans, BR mayors discuss Saints playing at Tiger Stadium - WBRZ

Latoya Cantrell, mayor of New Orleans, and Sharon Weston Broome, mayor of Baton Rouge, continue to discuss the Saints possibly playing at Tiger Stadium.

Malcolm Jenkins wants more from NFL: ‘Tokenism really doesn’t mean that much’ - USA Today

Malcolm Jenkins continues his activism, saying “I want to see [NFL team owners] really use that political power and political will that they have, for the policy changes that we actually need.”

Cantrell says Tiger Stadium would be a ‘great place’ for Saints to play temporarily - WAFB

Latoya Cantrell is publicly in support of the Saints playing in Tiger Stadium.

Sanders believes ‘sky is the limit’ for Saints after bye week - KLFY

Emmanuel Sanders speaks on his chemistry with Drew Brees and Sean Payton, saying, “He wanted to target me and get the ball in my hands . . . That’s why I came here, for Sean Payton to look at and I know the play call is for me and me and Drew working in sync.”

Saints respond to New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, reignite battle to host fans at Superdome - Yahoo! Sports

The Saints have tweeted in response to New Orleans’ mayor’s claims about how fans presence in the Superdome could result in a COVID outbreak. (Tweets below)

Ex-Jets running back Le’Veon Bell to sign with Chiefs; Saints host Kansas City in Week 15 - NOLA

Le’Veon Bell becomes the second star running back to sign with a team ahead of a game against New Orleans, signing a one-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs.