New Orleans Saints:
5 games that will define the Saints’ 2020 season - Canal Street Chronicles
The Saints games against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, and Minnesota Vikings are determined to be the 5 most important upcoming games for the 2020 season.
Demario Davis excited by Saints’ 2020 schedule - Fox 8 Live
Linebacker Demario Davis gave in interview on the New Orleans Saints Podcast about the upcoming season, calling the upcoming matchup between Drew Brees and Tom Brady “a battle of the G.O.A.T.s.”
A Saints game is currently the NFL’s hottest ticket, and it’s not a Brees-Brady matchup - NOLA
The week 2 game between the New Orleans Saints and the Las Vegas Raiders is currently the most in-demand ticket for the 2020 NFL season.
4 Ways the Saints can use Warford’s cap space - Canal Street Chronicles
With Larry Warford’s open cap space, the Saints could sign defensive end Everson Griffen or cornerback Eli Apple or extend contracts for running back Alvin Kamara or tackle Ryan Ramczyk.
One More Super Bowl for Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints? - Online Gambling
The New Orleans Saints are currently one of the teams with the best-forecasted seasons, expected to finish 11-5 or 12-4, with another Super Bowl potentially in the cards.
Saints Tight End Depth Chart, Post Draft - Sports Illustrated
A look at all of the tight ends currently signed to the New Orleans Saints.
2020 NFL division winner predictions - Canal Street Chronicles
The CSC staff unanimously predict that the New Orleans Saints will win the NFC South.
⚜️ #Saints #Saints #Saints ⚜️ pic.twitter.com/v7hP8A10Lw— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) May 11, 2020
These last 3 years with the Saints have been nothing but a blessing. The team, the city, and the fans have given me an experience I won’t forget. New Orleans is something different. Thank you all for everything!!— Larry Warford (@wardaddy_75) May 8, 2020
Reviewing the QB situation in the NFC South, Mother's Day messages, more #Saints updates » https://t.co/GMzBO6P4nB pic.twitter.com/1mkhqy2GJd— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) May 11, 2020