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2018 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC South
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7dJeremy Willis

The best cheesy Valentines from around the NFL

Nothing says "I love you" like an exquisite pun from your significant other's favorite NFL team. Here are some of the best from around the league, including from the league's leading Casanova, the Atlanta Falcons.

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Goodell responds to La. Gov. on NFC title game

Roger Goodell wrote in a letter to Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards that he understands his disappointment over the Saints' loss in the NFC title game but that league rules prevent him from overturning the result.

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10dMike Triplett

Saints hire Rizzi, overhaul special-teams staff

Saints coach Sean Payton says he has hired Darren Rizzi as special-teams coordinator, moving on from the team's trio of special-teams coaches -- veteran Mike Westhoff, Bradford Banta and Kevin O'Dea.

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16dMike Triplett

Saints DE Davenport recovering from surgery

Saints defensive end Marcus Davenport, who had 4.5 sacks in 2018, said on social media he is recovering from surgery. He missed three games in November with a toe injury.

Le'Veon to Houston and other bold predictions (1:07)
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17dMike Triplett

Team Gleason beneficiary dies in roadside van fire

A 39-year-old North Carolina man with ALS who obtained Super Bowl tickets through the charitable foundation started by Steve Gleason was killed in a van that caught fire on the way to the game.

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17dKevin Seifert

Super Bowl viewership lowest since 2007 season

Super Bowl LIII averaged about 98.2 million viewers on CBS, the lowest since Super Bowl XLII averaged 97.4 million viewers following the 2007 season.

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19dAdam Schefter

Source: NFL eyes rematches for 2019 opener

The NFL is considering a Rams-Saints rematch or a Patriots-Chiefs rematch as possible matchups for the season-opening 2019 Kickoff game, according to a league source.

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20dMike Triplett

Goodell's silence isn't golden with Saints' Brees

Drew Brees says the only reason Roger Goodell commented on the missed call in the NFC Championship Game was because the commissioner had to at his yearly Super Bowl news conference.

Brees understands Payton's frustration with blown call (0:53)
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Judge won't order 'do-over' of Rams-Saints game

U.S. District Judge Susie Morgan on Thursday rejected arguments by two New Orleans Saints season-ticket holders that could have led to a do-over of the NFC Championship Game between the Saints and the Los Angeles Rams.

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The Right Time: Michael Smith & Bo talk former Saints & Falcons fandom

Bomani welcomes Michael Smith back to the show to discuss their high-school athletic careers (0:32), their former fandom for the Saints and Falcons (13:29) as well as the effect that the winter "squall" is having on Bomani's enjoyment of living in NYC (32:35). They were supposed to talk Super Bowl, but ended up talking about Kung-Fu and Canada Goose jackets, that should tell you everything you need to know.

Payton getting on Stephen A.'s 'last damn nerves' (1:47)
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22dDan Graziano

Goodell: Changes to replay again to be discussed

Roger Goodell said the league will again take a look at instant replay and possible changes this offseason. "The game is not officiated by robots," he said. "It's not going to be."

What will consequences be for pass interference no-call? (1:22)
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Robey-Coleman: Got threats from Saints fans

Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman says he received "one or two'' death threats from frustrated Saints fans on social media after the NFC Championship Game.

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22dMike Triplett

Saints' Payton leaves 'cave,' still disappointed

The anger about a no-call in the NFC Championship Game has turned into disappointment for Saints coach Sean Payton, who finally has left his "cave" almost two weeks later.

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22dAdam Schefter

Source: NFL likely to mull judgment challenges

The NFL is expected to consider a plan that would allow limited coaches' challenges for incorrect judgment calls that also could include a penalty or time run off if the coach is wrong, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Team Stats

Passing Yards252.6
Rushing Yards126.6
Points For31.53rd
Points Against22.1