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Fleur-de-Links, May 20: Superdome looking for new partner and Michael Thomas teams with restaurant to deliver meals to health care workers

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Saints seeking new naming rights partner for Superdome - ESPN

New Orleans Saints will be looking for a new naming partner for the Superdome now that they have announced that the contract with Mercedes-Benz will not be renewed when it expires next year.

5 best wide receiver groups Saints will face in 2020 - Canal Street Chronicles

The Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers, Atlanta Falcons, Kansas City Chiefs, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are named the 5 best wide receiver groups that the Saints have on their 2020 NFL schedule.

Michael Thomas won’t reveal his offseason regimen, but ‘you’ll be able to tell’ he worked - NOLA

Michael Thomas won’t reveal what he is doing to train during the offseason, but says, “You’ll be able to tell. Everyone will be able to tell.”

Michael Thomas and Raising Cane’s team up to donate meals to Ochsner health-care workers Tuesday - New Orleans Saints

Michael Thomas and fast food restaurant chain Raising Cane’s have teamed up to donate 3000 meals to health-care workers.

Steve Smith Sr. sets reception milestone for Michael Thomas in ‘20 - NFL

Former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. suggests that Michael Thomas can record 165 receptions in 2020, following his record-breaking 2019 season that also saw Drew Brees miss five games.

Saints upgrade the offense with 32nd pick in 2017 re-draft - Canal Street Chronicles

In a 2017 re-draft, the Saints use their 2nd pick at number 32 to pick up tight end Evan Engram.

New Saints RB Ty Montgomery says New Orleans’ offense is ‘a place where anybody can thrive’ - NOLA

Recent Saints signee Ty Montgomery says that his new team is a perfect fit that will allow him to “find [his] role,” in a way that his time with the New York Jets did not.