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WATCH: Saints vs Bucs Week 1 preview video - Canal Street Chronicles
A preview of the Saints upcoming season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Malcolm Jenkins’ production company debuts feature length documentary titled ‘Black Boys’ - NOLA
Malcolm Jenkins’ production company, Listen Up Media, debuted their feature-length documentary “Black Boys,” where Jenkins serves as an executive producer.
Saints defense will have to adjust to the new “normal” in the Dome without screaming fans - Canal Street Chronicles
Drew Brees and Marshon Lattimore speak on how the Dome will not be the same without fans, even with piped in crowd noise.
Saints still negotiating permission to play at Superdome in Week 1 - Draftkings Nation
The Saints are still in negotiations with the city of New Orleans to play a game in the Dome, as the state of Louisiana is still in “phase 2” of their COVID-19 protocol, which does not allow for football to be played in the Dome.
Interview with the Enemy: Tampa Bay Buccaneers hope a young and improved secondary give troubles for Drew Brees - Canal Street Chronicles
Gil Arcia of Bucs Nation answers 5 questions about the upcoming game against the Saints.
Jim Mora returns, Lance Moore joins WDSU ‘Saints on 6’ team - WDSU
Former Saints coach Jim Mora and former Saints running back Lance Moore will join WDSU’s “Saints on 6” coverage for the Saints’ 2020 season.
Saints vs Buccaneers Thursday injury report: P.J. Williams limited - Canal Street Chronicles
Saints safety P.J. Williams is currently limited on Saints’ injury report due to a hamstring injury.
#Saints streak of holding runners under 100 yards is currently at 43 games. Semaje Perine (WAS) went for 117 in November of 2017.— Rod Walker (@RodWalkerNola) September 10, 2020
Dalvin Cook came close to ending that streak in the playoffs last season, going for 94 yards.
Fournette had 3rd most vs. Saints in 2019 (72 yards)
New IG stickers❗️— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 10, 2020
Search for your favorite #Saints players in the gifs tab of your Instagram story to rep the squad! pic.twitter.com/3PxRU1BMql
See you soon, @Saints. pic.twitter.com/ynwNe5k4SI— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 10, 2020