The photographer who took the picture that has more than 90,000 comments doesn't know anything about Drew Brees or the NFL.
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Gayle Benson, the owner of the NFL's Saints and NBA's Pelicans, will change the name of her New Orleans-based Dixie Brewing Company, along with all Dixie-branded products.
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins thinks that risk from the coronavirus has to be eliminated before football can take place.
Drew Brees and his wife, Brittany, will be the presenting sponsors of a Black College Football Hall of Fame event next month, as the quarterback continues his efforts to act as an ally following comments about kneeling during the national anthem.
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Two more members of the Saints' ridiculous 2006 draft class have been elected to the team's Hall of Fame: G Jahri Evans and S Roman Harper. Both were pillars on the 2009 Super Bowl team. Evans was named first-team All-Pro four times, second-team once and made the NFL's all-decade team for the 2010s. Harper made two Pro Bowls, and led all NFL DBs with 17 sacks from 2006-2011. Longtime Spanish radio broadcaster Marco Garcia was also honored for his contributions.
Saints safety and activist Malcolm Jenkins urged athletes, coaches and media "to do our part to make this country better" during Sunday's ESPYS broadcast, calling the events of the past month "a tipping point."
Based on their strong performances to close out last season, Cook and Jenkins can expect expanded roles with the Saints in 2020.
The NFC South all-decade team boasts the NFL's career passing leader, a seven-time Pro Bowl receiver, and one of the most dominant linebackers of the 2010s.
A Saints official began offering public relations counsel to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese in New Orleans regarding its sexual abuse crisis months earlier than initially known, according to a report.
Some 32 of 275-plus daily workers on renovations at Mercedes-Benz Superdome have tested positive for COVID-19 in recent weeks.
Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins, co-founder of the Players Coalition and activist for social justice and racial equality, is joining CNN as a contributor.
Some teams were consistently good or bad in the 2010s. But most experienced multiple changes at coach, QB and other key spots that resulted in quite a roller coaster.
It remains to be seen whether the Saints can count on their top draft choices, but here are their early visions for each of their top three picks.
The Saints' Alvin Kamara saw his first race as an invited guest of NASCAR on Sunday at the Dixie Vodka 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway after he tweeted his support for the sport and driver Bubba Wallace earlier in the week.
Our star-studded baseball team of NFL players includes six QBs, five former first-round NFL draft picks and two former Super Bowl MVPs.
Mina's NFL divisional previews have begun! Up first is the NFC South. Mina and Warren Sharp preview the season outlook for the Saints (3:51), Falcons (21:55), Bucs (41:13), and Panthers (53:32) and offer some fantasy and betting advice along the way.
What can the Saints expect from Brady & Co.? Whatever it is, they'll need to rely on the versatile defensive players they've been collecting for years.
Larry Hardesty reacts to the top news stories of the day including Malcom Jenkins' comments on the NFL needing to extend acknowledgment to Colin Kaepernick.
Famed director and producer Spike Lee was the latest guest speaker for the New Orleans Saints, appearing on a video call with the team Tuesday, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.