New Orleans Saints News:
Saints all over the board in latest power rankings heading into 2021 regular season - Canal Street Chronicles
The Saints as high as #13 and as low as #20 in recent power rankings from different outlets.
Column on Saints’ move to Jacksonville for season opener sparks Twitter war - News 4
In a Times-Picayune article from Jeff Duncan attempting to explain why the Saints chose to play in Jacksonville has sparked outrage from Jacksonville citizens on Twitter.
Saints had some wild reasons for picking Jacksonville as site for Week 1 ‘home’ opener against Packers - CBS Sports
A look at multiple reasons why the Saints chose to play their first game in Jacksonville, including speculation regarding Aaron Rodgers record in various Florida-based games and the travel expense for Green Bay fans to make it to Jacksonville.
NFL Week 1 Best Bets: Packers vs. Saints Picks and Predictions - Sportsbook Review
The Saints’ change of venue for their Week 1 game has swung the betting odds to favor the Green Bay Packers.
Packers-Saints tickets set to go on sale Friday - Fox 11 News
Tickets for the Saints game against the Green Bay Packers go on sale to the general public at 10 am on Friday, September 3rd.
Insight into the New Orleans Saints’ offensive game plan with Michael Thomas out five games - Pro Football Network
Looking at what the Saints offense could look like while Michael Thomas remains out of action for multiple weeks.
Following initial Gayle Benson donation to Hurricane Ida relief, NFL family steps up to support - New Orleans Saints
After Gayle Benson donated $1 million to Hurricane Ida relief, various other organizations followed suit, with the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens, and the NFL Foundation also donating $1 million each.
Following the initial Gayle Benson donation to Hurricane Ida relief, the NFL family steps up to support— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 2, 2021
@AtlantaFalcons @Panthers @Ravens @NFLFoundation https://t.co/sx1C7g1fbm
Thank you to the @DallasCowboys, AT&T Stadium staff, and people of Arlington and Dallas for the hospitality and support this week pic.twitter.com/cFa3MuFhkt— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) September 2, 2021
I thought I was only missing some shingles in front, the back was down bad, tarps up and secured… no leaks inside (from what I can see) Thank you Lord, thank you for all the workers on the ground.— cameron jordan (@camjordan94) September 2, 2021