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Fleur-de-Links, August 3: Saints release 9 players

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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.

Report: Saints to rent out part of the Loews Hotel to ‘sequester’ before the season - NOLA

The Saints have reportedly rented out multiple floors of the Loews Hotel in downtown New Orleans to “sequester” through the first few weeks of September.

Tracker: Saints begin cuts to meet 80-man roster limit after preseason is cancelled - Canal Street Chronicles

In an effort to meet the 80-man roster, the Saints have cut 9 players, including Tommylee Lewis, the wide receiver who was hit in the infamous “Nola No Call,” in the 2018 NFC Championship game.

Saints QB Drew Brees says his flag comment was a ‘missed opportunity’ - ESPN

In a recent media conference call, Drew Brees said that it “broke my heart” that his comments regarding kneeling and the American flag made people feel like he didn’t stand with the black community.

Why the New Orleans Saints could win it all, Part VI: Defensive Line - Canal Street Chronicles

With Cameron Jordan and a healthy Marcus Davenport, the Saints defensive line is better than ever.

The story of how Wil Lutz and Zach Wood stayed in shape at this Irish Channel boxing gym - NOLA

New Orleans Saints defensive end Zach Wood and kicker Wil Lutz have stayed in shape during the off season by spending time at a boxing gym.

Saints who must make an impact in 2020 for a Super Bowl win - Canal Street Chronicles

Running back Latavius Murray, tight end Jared Cook, cornerback Janoris Jenkins, defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson, and defensive end Marcus Davenport are all named as players that must “make an impact” for the Saints to win the Super Bowl.