|Posted on 1/25/2018 12:46:00 PM.|
New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees has been with the team now for 12 seasons. His contract will expire in March as NFL free agency approaches. Saints GM Mickey Loomis says there’s no worry about getting Brees resigned in the Saints camp.
"Look, he's been our quarterback for a long time and been a great thing, a great thing for our city, great thing obviously for our team and I'm anticipating he's going to continue that."
|Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints, Mickey Loomis|
|Posted on 1/16/2018 3:46:00 PM.|
Drew Brees’s contract is a huge question mark for the Saints this offseason. The quarterback turned 39 on Monday, and is a free agent in March. Brees and the Saints front office have been coy so far about contract negotiations, but Brees says he hopes to have a deal before the free agent deadline. The quarterback says this young, talented group is a great incentive to stick around with his favorite team…
|Saints, Drew Brees, contract|
|Posted on 1/15/2018 12:13:00 PM.|
The Saints season came to a tragic end Sunday, but the offseason is sure to keep the team busy. Drew Brees and Kenny Vaccaro headline the Saint’s 2018 free agents. NFL Analyst Mike Detillier says the team has a strong core, that can’t lose its most important piece.
|offseason, 2018, Saints, Drew Brees, Kenney Vaccaro|
|Posted on 1/14/2018 7:17:00 PM.|
By Jeff Palermo
There have been a lot of heart breaking losses during the Saints 50-year history, but Sunday's stunning defeat in Minneapolis may top them all. A 61-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum to Stefon Diggs on the final play of regulation gave the Vikings an improbable 29-24 victory over New Orleans.
|New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Case Kennum, Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, Stefon Diggs|
|Posted on 1/7/2018 7:00:00 PM.|
It was far from easy, but the Saints advanced in the NFC playoffs with a 31-26 win over divisional rival Carolina. It came down to the final drive. Carolina drove to the Saints 21-yard line, but New Orleans defense began to push back and finished the game sacking Panthers quarterback Cam Newton for a third time.
|New Orleans Saints, Cam Jordan, Can Jordan, Vonn Bell, Marshon Lattimore, Mark Ingram, Drew Brees, |
|Posted on 12/31/2017 7:20:00 PM.|
The Saints lose to Tampa Bay 31-24 in the final seconds, but still win the NFC South and they’ll host Carolina for a playoff game this weekend. Head Coach Sean Payton wishes they finished the game better.
"There will be a handful of things we'll look at to quickly get cleaned up and then here we go, we get started, a good week of preparation and start a whole new season."
|New Orleans Saints, Alvin Kamara, Drew Brees, Sean Payton. NFC South, division|
|Posted on 12/8/2017 1:12:00 AM.|
The Saints were in position to all but lock up the NFC South crown on Thursday night, but Quarterback Drew Brees' pass into the end zone was intercepted by former LSU Tiger Deion Jones to preserve a 20-17 win over Atlanta.
The loss drops the Saints record 9-4. The Black and Gold are still in first place, but Carolina moved a half-a-game closer to 8-4 and Atlanta is now 8-5.
|New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, Sean Payton, Matt Ryan|
|Posted on 11/20/2017 8:59:00 AM.|
There are plenty of reasons to be proud of the New Orleans Saints right now, and fans are loading up on black and gold gear more now than even before the season. That observation is from Pat Randazza with Purple and Gold Sports and Black and Gold Sports in Baton Rouge.
|pat randazza, black and gold sports in baton rouge, saints, drew brees, alvin kamara|
|Posted on 10/15/2017 4:59:00 PM.|
By Jeff Palermo
The Saints nearly blew a 35-point lead, but an opportunistic Black and Gold defense preserved a 52-38 victory over the Detroit Lions. The Saints defense, which looked very bad at the beginning of the season, forced five turnovers and scored a franchise record three touchdowns in one game. Head Coach Sean Payton credits the pressure put on Detroit QB Matthew Stafford.
|New Orleans Saints, Detroit Lions, Sean Payton, Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram|
|Posted on 9/25/2017 8:33:00 AM.|
Michelle Southern reporting.
Following the Panthers game Sunday, Saints Quarterback Drew Brees and Coach Sean Payton each responded to President Donald Trump’s comments regarding players who do not stand during the national anthem. The President said owners should, “get that son of a b” off the field, and fire those who protest racial inequality in that way. Payton says he is disappointed in Mr. Trump’s position.
|Drew Brees, Sean Payton, Saints, protests, national anthem, donald trump|
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