New Orleans Saints News:
Andy Dalton to start vs. the Raiders, per Coach Allen - Canal Street Chronicles
Dennis Allen has announced that Andy Dalton will start for the Saints in their upcoming game against the Las Vegas Raiders.
NFL World Reacts To Unfortunate Jameis Winston News - The Spun
Fans on Twitter are sharing their sympathies after learning from Nick Underhill that Jameis Winston has been dealing with a foot injury. (Tweet below)
Alvin Kamara Says He Implored Saints to ‘Get Their Swag Back’ After Cardinals Loss - Bleacher Report
Alvin Kamara reportedly addresses his teammates after the team’s loss ot the Arizona Cardinals, saying that the Saints need to adjust their mentality.
Denzel Perryman: ‘It’s always a challenge’ - Raiders
Las Vegas Raiders Denzel Perryman speaks on the challenge of playing in New Orleans and dealing with the crowd noise.
Saints, Raiders release injury report ahead of Week 8 - Canal Street Chronicles
On the most recent injury report, Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry, Marshon Lattimore, and Adam Trautman all did not practice, while Keith Kirkwookd, Andrus Peat, Ryan Ramczyk, and and Paulson Adebo were all limited.
Coach McDaniels talks Saints: ‘We’re preparing for everybody on their roster’ - Raiders
Las Vegas Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels says that the team is preparing for every Saints player to be active, despite injuries.
Chris Olave Locker Room Interview - Week 8 - Saints News Network
Chris Olave speaks on the Saints offense, Andy Dalton being named the starting quarterback, and more.
Dennis Allen said Andy Dalton will start this week vs the Raiders— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 26, 2022
Some background on what Jameis Winston has been dealing with: He suffered a ruptured peroneal tendon in his foot against Tampa Bay, according to multiple sources. He went back in the game.— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) October 26, 2022
That injury, and not the back, has been bigger issue.
#Saints WR Chris Olave missed a game and still leads all rookie wideouts in targets, receptions, and yards. T-2nd in receiving touchdowns.— Ross Jackson (@RossJacksonNOLA) October 25, 2022