The Pelicans’ maiden campaign under the new leadership of David Griffin and star power of Zion Williamson came to a screeching halt three weeks ago as the NBA paused the season just moments before the Pels were set to tip off a game in Sacramento against the Kings.
One day after making headlines for describing 2020 as Drew Brees’ “final season," Sean Payton spoke in detail about his veteran quarterback’s status, how Payton is feeling after his Coronavirus diagnosis and the unique offseason unfolding.
Sean Payton made news Tuesday with his comments to ESPN that Drew Brees “has announced he is coming back for his final season,” and he attempted to backtrack and clarify the situation Wednesday on a teleconference with local media.
The Saints are less than a month away from the 2020 NFL Draft and Sean Fazende's second mock draft once again has the black and gold picking an LSU Tiger, except that this is a different one than his first attempt. Hear the full strategy for this unprecedented period of draft preparation and how the
The Pelicans have not played since March 8th as the NBA season continues it’s indefinite pause due to Coronavirus. The team was able to continue holding workouts for two weeks while taking precautions but the league has now closed all practice facilities “The league just closed the practice facilit
The Saints continue to value veteran status over youth as Janoris Jenkins receives an extension and Vonn Bell signs with the Bengals. Plus, what to do with the impending NFL Draft and which quarterback could join Drew Brees and Taysom Hill.
The NFL Combine may feature a school-record 16 Tigers but the amount of draft prospects taking part in on-field workouts will end up being less. Just over a month ago, LSU players were still celebrating their national championship with a January 18th parade on campus.As a result of the long season
All-Pro Saints linebacker Demario Davis sits down with Garland Gillen for an exclusive interview on topics ranging from the Mississippi native's goals off the field to the mentality behind his physical style on the field.
Drew Brees’ announcement that he will be returning to play for the Saints in 2020 means the team’s offseason planning can kick into high gear now that they know who their starting quarterback will be. “How you lost, you couldn’t feel good about that,” Deuce McAllister says of Brees’ decision.
Drew Brees has reached the top of the NFL’s career passing touchdowns and yardage leaderboards in consecutive seasons. He also has 4 of the 5 best pass completion percentages for a single season in league history.
The Saints' offseason of quarterback conversation continues with interesting comments from Taysom Hill about his future as a franchise quarterback. Sean Fazende makes sense of the latest developments .Plus, a look at "Ambush", the onside kick that propelled the black and gold to a Super Bowl win.
Super Bowl LIV is in the rear view mirror and all eyes now shift to the NFL’s offseason. While there are no games to be played until September and even preseason is still six months away in August, there is plenty for fans to monitor in the interim.
Super Bowl LIV saw Patrick Mahomes lead the Chiefs to a comeback win. The week leading up to the game brought some clarity to the Saints’ offseason quarterback conundrum.Chris Hagan, Sean Fazende and Juan Kincaid make sense of the Saints’ road to Super Bowl LV in Tampa next season and who will be a
Chris Hagan and Sean Fazende recap LSU’s CFP Championship win over Clemson, contextualize the historic accomplishments of the 2019 season and look ahead to the departure of Joe Brady, as well as draft-eligible players still mulling their decisions.
Drew Brees turns 41 years old Wednesday and becomes a free agent just over two months later but Saints head coach Sean Payton did his part Sunday to assure Saints fans that Brees would be back in black and gold for his 15th season in New Orleans.
The Saints put a bow on a 13-3 regular season Sunday by pounding the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte.Thirteen wins is a major accomplishment. The Saints have only done it four times in their 53-year history. And for the first time, they’ve now done it in back-to-back seasons.
The Saints’ chances of earning a first round bye were dealt a blow Monday night with Green Bay’s win over Minnesota and while New Orleans is still guaranteed a minimum of the #3 seed and the Wild Card round home game that comes with it, the scenarios to jump up to the #1 or #2 seed are becoming less
Sean Fazende and Juan Kincaid preview the Saints' trip to Nashville, including the possibility of Janoris Jenkins making his debut, how to stop Titans RB Derrick Henry and what scenarios are in play for NFC postseason seeding.