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Fleur-de-Links, June 4: Saints players speak out on Drew Brees’ comments

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Officially licensed Saints face coverings available - Canal Street Chronicles

Officially licensed Saints face coverings are available for the first time, with partial proceeds from the sales going to the CDC Foundation.

New Orleans Saints’ Malcolm Jenkins to teammate Drew Brees: ‘You’re part of the problem’ - USA Today

Malcolm Jenkins expresses his painful reaction to Drew Brees’ comments, but hopes that Drew “rectifies them with real action.”

Saints WR Michael Thomas wasn’t happy with Drew Brees’ comments about respecting the flag - Yahoo! Sports

While Michael Thomas did not directly mention Drew Brees like some teammates, he tweeted things like “He don’t know no better,” and “We don’t care if you don’t agree and whoever else how about that,” following Brees’ public remarks.

Saints teammate Marcus Davenport defends Drew Brees; Joe Horn tells LeBron James to ‘pump brakes’ - AL.com

Defensive end Marcus Davenport and former Saints wide receiver Joe Horn speak out in support of Drew Brees.

How the pandemic affects season ticket holders - Canal Street Chronicles

Saints fans and season ticket holders speak on their feelings heading into the 2020 season with the realistic possibility of limited available seating in the Superdome.

Saints Franchise Five: Sean Payton, Drew Brees headline list of all-time greats in New Orleans - CBS Sports

Coach Sean Payton, quarterback Drew Brees, linebacker Rickey Jackson, offensive tackle Willie Roaf, and kicker Morten Anderson named 5 “all-time greats in New Orleans,” with Jahri Evans, Michael Thomas, and Cameron Jordan all receiving honorable mentions.

The Saints aren’t sticking to sports, and neither should you. - Canal Street Chronicles

Many withing the Saints organization, including Demario Davis, Cameron Jordan, Michael Thomas, Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Williams, and even Sean Payton and Gayle Benson, have been vocal on social media about standing up against “racism, discrimination, and injustice.”