Saints legend Steve Gleason appeared on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.”
Marcus Davenport talks about how “new normal,” saying, “I’ve gotten bigger, stronger.”
New Orleans Saints GM Mickey Loomis joins WWL Radio to discuss the bye week and preparations for division rival Carolina Panthers - New Orleans Saints
Mickey Loomis speaks on Saints’ bye week, saying, “it was fantastic.”
Former Saints linebacker Manti Te’o has been signed to the Chicago Bears practice squad.
UPDATED: Saints to allow fans in Superdome for Panthers game, reveal approach for fan attendance after months-long battle - Canal Street Chronicles
3,000 Saints fans will be allowed in the Superdome for their game against the Carolina Panthers, and if no issues occur, 6,000 fans will be allowed in the dome for the Saints’ home game against the San Francisco 49ers.
While ratings have declined for the Saints in New Orleans, Anthony Crupi of Sportico says that this decline in ratings “is similar to a downturn affecting all broadcast television.”
Gayle Benson’s Benson Capital Partners has raised more than $50 million “to invest in startups that drive economic development in the Gulf South region.”
Saints’ season-ticket holders will have access to 3,000 tickets for the October 25th Carolina home game. Barring any change in local health and safety guidelines, capacity will increase to 6,000 fans for both the November 15th San Francisco and November 22nd Atlanta home games. https://t.co/wpBGn0Y9Gn— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 20, 2020
There will be 3,000 tickets distributed for this weekend's Saints' game against the Panthers, the Saints have announced.— Amie Just (@Amie_Just) October 20, 2020
If no issues, capacity will increase to 6,000 fans for the San Francisco and Atlanta games, then to 15,000 for the Kansas City and Minnesota games.