In what should come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Drew Brees said this week he’ll “never” forget how badly the Saints were jobbed.
Drew Brees is among a handful of NFL players who were forced to stop wearing their preferred helmet due to a new policy implemented by the league ahead of the 2019 season.
Drew Brees will enter the 2019 NFL season as a member of the exclusive “Age-40 and Up” fraternity, but the New Orleans Saints quarterback remains uncertain just how long he intends to keep playing.
Drew Brees has already forged a strong bond with Zion Williamson, and the New Orleans Saints veteran signal-caller is eager to show the New Orleans Pelicans rookie the ropes of being a profession
Gayle Benson, the owner of the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans and NFL’s New Orleans Saints, plans to continue to refer to herself as an owner despite a movement to eliminate the term from
Drew Brees is preparing to embark upon his 19th NFL season, and with his Hall of Fame-caliber career is in its twilight, the New Orleans Saints quarterback is making sure to enjoy every minute.
Sean Payton has been head coach of the New Orleans Saints since 2006, and he recently mentioned how permanent reminders of his ties to the organization are one reason why he isn’t planning on l
The New Orleans Saints will never forget their controversial loss in the NFC Championship Game, and Drew Brees made it abundantly clear, albeit in a humorous manner, that he still recalls the events
New Orleans Saints fans to no surprise have not gotten over how their favorite team was on the wrong end of arguably the most egregious and impactful missed calls in NFL postseason history.
An embittered New Orleans Saints fan who was “determined” to skip watching Super Bowl LIII died just hours before Sunday’s kickoff, according to the deceased’s obituary.
Drew Brees took NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to task Friday over his lack of communication in the wake of the team’s devastating and controversial loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championshi
Sean Payton was understandably devastated in the days that followed the New Orleans Saints’ heartbreaking loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game.
Sean Payton conducted his season-ending press conference on Wednesday, and it appears the New Orleans Saints head coach was wearing an infamous shirt on which NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is depicte
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Mickey Loomis is hurting just like every New Orleans Saints player, coach, staffer and fan, but the general manager is already back at work, hoping the disappointment from Sunday’s controversia