Football, Fútbol, Food: Saints 2023 starting lineup updated

Quarterback Derek Carr leads an explosive offense for the 2023 New Orleans Saints.
Quarterback Derek Carr leads an explosive offense for the 2023 New Orleans Saints.(Kevin Batiste | WAFB)
Published: Jun. 6, 2023 at 4:16 PM CDT
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NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - In this edition of FFF: Saints starting lineup dissected, Celtic Football Club lose their coach, and a reason why to give a restaurant another chance after a bad experience.


The wide receiver depth chart looks much better after Michael Thomas revealed at OTAs he would be ready to go for training camp in July. So what does the starting lineup look like for the Black and Gold, let’s break it all down.


QB: Derek Carr

RB: Alvin Kamara

WR: Michael Thomas

WR: Chris Olave

WR: Rasheed Shaheed

TE: Juwan Johnson

HYBRID: Taysom Hill

LT: Trevor Penning (Only started one game last season, and he’s dealing with a foot injury, but team wants him to win the job in camp)

LG: Andrus Peat

C: Erik McCoy

RG: Cesar Ruiz

RT: Ryan Ramczyk


DE: Cam Jordan

DT: Nathan Shepherd

DT: Khalen Saunders

DE: Carl Granderson

LB: Demario Davis

LB: Pete Werner

CB: Paulson Adebo (Alontae Taylor is in battle with Adebo for the spot)

CB: Marshon Lattimore

S: Tyrann Mathieu

S: Marcus Maye

SLOT CB: Bradley Roby


K: Wil Lutz (Undrafted rookie Blake Grupe went 5-of-5 on field goals at the last OTA, including a 58-yarder, it’s something to monitor)

P: Blake Gillikin

LS: Zach Wood


For a record-breaking eighth time, Celtic FC won the domestic treble (Scottish Premier League, Scottish Cup, League Cup).

But with success, comes other clubs trying to poach your talent.

Tottenham Hotspur did just that, hiring away Celtic head coach Ange Postecoglou.

Celtic is used to winning titles, Tottenham Hotspur, not so much. Spurs last won a trophy in 2008.

Postecoglou is a winner, and that’s what Spurs need. But, with Manchester City, Manchester United, and Newcastle in the English Premier League, it’ll be tough to achieve that goal.


A year ago, bad service at Copeland’s kept us away from every returning.

This past week, the exile ended, and I’m glad it happened.

The service was fantastic. The food was also divine. Crawfish bread, broccoli bites, spinach and artichoke dip, gumbo, red beans and rice were all quite tasty.

So what’s the message here. Sometimes it just isn’t your day. Kitchen is backed up, someone called in sick, it happens.

Yes, it’s a bummer, but always give places a second chance. For me, it was well worth it.

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