Defensive coordinator Dennis Allen credits veteran safety Kenny Vaccaro as one of the players helping to breathe confidence in the young defense
Taking a look at Internet coverage of the Saints and the NFL.
Starting in 12 games, Robertson notched 80 tackles, second highest on the team
Several Saints players have their autographed cleats available for auction
Klein used his patience and intelligence to hit the offense where it hurt
Bell stepped up and led the Saints in tackles for the regular season with 83
Crawley knew he needed to be prepared when his number was called
Williams ranked second on the team in interceptions with four and third on the team in tackles.
Serving as the club’s play-by-play voice for the franchise’s first four seasons, Wester called two of the most significant plays in the Saints’ franch...
Serving as the club’s play-by-play voice for the franchise’s first four seasons, Wester called two of the most significant plays in the franchise’s ea...
The rookie added much needed depth to the secondary
Rankins’ calm, cool, and collected demeanor helped the line keep a level head while still taking care of business
Several players with New Orleans/Louisiana ties will be participating
Cam Jordan had a career-high 13 sacks and shows no signs of slowing down.
Some of the Saints head to Minnesota for a busy week ahead of the big game.
Saints wide receiver Austin Carr donated bone marrow in 2015, years later, Carr met the man who received the donation.
In the regular season, the Saints had 2,070 yards rushing, and 4,334 passing yards, ranking No. 2 in total offense.
11-5 season puts Saints in bottom quarter of first round
Kamara wins offensive award, Lattimore defensive award
This marks the third time that a Saint has won the award.
It is the first time that a Saint has won the award.
Brees was selected as Castrol Clutch Performer of the Week in Week 11
Kamara led all rookies with 14 total touchdowns
See what your Saints players are up to in Minnesota on Friday, February 2.
Ginn set the tone in Wild Card playoff game against his former team, the Carolina Panthers.
Follow Thomas Morstead as he shares his journey to Minnesota to share the generosity given to What You Give Will Grow.
Longtime WWL Radio play-by-play man retiring while he's still at the top of his game