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NFL Preseason: Cleveland Browns vs. New Orleans Saints
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Aug 20, 2017
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NFL Preseason: Los Angeles Chargers vs. New Orleans Saints
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Aug 26, 2017
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Aug 31, 2017
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Sep 16, 2017
New Orleans Saints Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
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New Orleans, LA
Sep 17, 2017
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Sep 24, 2017
PARKING: Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints
Bank Of America Stadium Parking Lots
Charlotte, NC
Sep 24, 2017
Sun 1:00PM
Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints
Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC
Oct 1, 2017
Sun 2:30PM
Oct 15, 2017
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New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
Oct 22, 2017
PARKING: Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Lambeau Field Parking Lots
Green Bay, WI
Oct 22, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
Oct 29, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
Nov 5, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
Nov 12, 2017
PARKING: Buffalo Bills vs. New Orleans Saints
New Era Field Parking Lots
Orchard Park, NY
Nov 12, 2017
Sun 1:00PM
Nov 19, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
Nov 26, 2017
Sun 1:05PM
Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, CA
Dec 3, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
Dec 7, 2017
Thu 8:25PM
Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints
Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Dec 17, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
New Orleans Saints vs. New York Jets
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
Dec 24, 2017
Sun 12:00PM
New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans, LA
Dec 31, 2017
PARKING: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints
Raymond James Stadium Parking Lots
Tampa, FL
Dec 31, 2017
Sun 1:00PM
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Best available undrafted free agents, 2017 NFL draft: biggest UDFA names

Former Michigan running back De’Veon Smith reportedly signed with the Dolphins. Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images This is an updating list of available free agents after the NFL draft. The NFL draft is over, which means the rush to sign

Bills coach won't promise Tyrod Taylor the starting job after drafting Peterman

It's been presumed that the Bills drafted Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman to develop on the bench as Tyrod Taylor handles the starting duties. But on Saturday, new Bills coach Sean McDermott shot down the idea that Taylor is guaranteed to start. Not long after the Bills took Peterman in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft on Saturday, McDermott said that the rookie will have a chance to do more than just learn from presumed starter. According to McDermott, Peterman will compete with Taylor and second-year backup Cardale Jones for the Bills' starting job. "Competition is there," McDermott said Saturday, per "You earn the right to start on this football team." He added: "Nothing is

Philadelphia will bid to host Super Bowl (and other big events) in 2026

Let's get to the Philadelphia Eagles links ... Philadelphia plans to host a Super Bowl in 2026 - 247 Sports The United States will celebrate it's 250th birthday in 2026. That's when Philadelphia wants to host it's first Super Bowl. In an interview with SportsRadio 94 WIP, former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell admitted Philadelphia will bid to be the host site of the Super Bowl in 2026 (which would be Super Bowl 60). Philadelphia wants to be the center for every major sporting event in 2026, culminating with America's 250th birthday celebration. The city will also bid for the 2026 All-Star Games in MLB, NBA, and NHL as well. Here’s your Eagles’ 2017 NFL Draft class - BGN Breaking down the new

Undrafted Free Agent Signings Tracker

The Cowboys had nine undrafted free agents on their roster starting at least one game in 2016: Ronald Leary, Barry Church, Benson Mayowa, Cole Beasley, La'el Collins, David Irving, Lucky Whitehead, Keith Smith, and Emmett Cleary all went undrafted and took a sometimes circuitous route to the NFL. Add veterans Tony Romo, Cedric Thornton, Jeff Heath, and Lance Dunbar, along with special teamers Dan Bailey, Chris Jones, and L.P. Ladouceur, and you begin to understand the importance undrafted free agents (UDFAs) have for the Cowboys, who have been quite successful in bringing in UDFAs over the years. And one of the reasons for the Cowboys' success with UDFAs is that Chris Hall, director of college

Cowboys 2017 draft: Some thoughts on how things transpired and what it means

FRISCO -- Another draft is in the books for the Cowboys. The early reviews are favorable. None of the players selected carried a first-round grade. But the first three picks all had second-round grades, and the franchise ended up with five of the top 68 players on its board. "You've got to give yourself an opportunity to have a great draft," executive vice president Stephen Jones said. "That was a big deal for us to get that many players in our top 70." It's an even bigger deal when you consider it came on the heels of last year's transformative acquisition of talent. "If you put last year's draft with this draft, I mean you've got ... there's been some serious changes in scenery in a couple

Grading all 10 49ers picks from 2017 NFL draft

New 49ers general manager John Lynch wound up making six trades, acquiring second- and third-round picks in the 2018 draft, and still wound up with 10 new players to reshape a roster that went 7-25 the last two seasons. It’s hard not to be impressed with the haul considering where the roster stood before the draft began. The 49ers went defense with their first three picks after having the worst unit in the NFL last season before Kyle Shanahan put his stamp on the class with a quarterback, running back, tight end and slot receiver. Let’s give each pick a grade… The 49ers like Thomas’ athleticism and versatility along their new-look defensive front. He’ll be a interior pass rusher that might play

Steelers sign athletic freak Francis Kallon as UDFA

Sometimes it is kind of hard to get too excited about an undrafted free agent, but the Pittsburgh Steelers might have found themselves a real diamond in the rough with their signing of Georgia Tech defensive lineman Francis Kallon. Every UDFA is a longshot to make a roster, but Kallon has enough athleticism at a position the Steelers could use some depth to give him a chance. Kallon was born in England and came here playing basketball and soccer. But after a Georgia Tech assistant saw him and convinced him to try football everything changed. He received a scholarship offer to play for the Yellow Jackets and has essentially spent the past five years learning how to play the game. He’s 6-foot-5

5 Packers takeaways from Day 3 of the NFL draft

The Green Bay Packers made seven selections during Day 3 of the NFL draft, with six offensive players coming after Green Bay made Wisconsin linebacker Vince Biegel the first pick of the fourth round. Among the six offensive players were three running backs and two receivers, plus South Florida offensive lineman Kofi Amichia. Here are five takeaways from the Packers’ final day of the 2017 draft: Ted Thompson wasn’t kidding when he said the Packers needed more bodies at running backs. Three times on Saturday, Thompson pulled the trigger on a back: Jamaal Williams in the fourth round, Aaron Jones in the fifth and Devante Mays in the seventh. All three are a little different in size and play style.

Patriots signed undrafted free agent twins Cody and Jacob Hollister

Now if they sign Jason McCourty, they can have sets of twins go against each other in practice! With the NFL draft completed, there are plenty of undrafted free agent signings that are happening in the immediate minutes after the draft’s conclusion. A pair of signings by the Patriots is rather interesting, because it involves twin brothers.

Patriots traded away all of their original picks for the 2017 NFL draft

There’s been plenty of talent that has been selected during the NFL draft, but what can often be swept under the rug is how those picks come to be. The Patriots original slate of draft picks has seen tons of movement.

It is not surprising that the Rams didn't draft an offensive lineman

Last year, the Los Angeles Rams struggled to protect Jared Goff during his rookie season. So why didn’t they draft an offensive lineman? The Rams ranked bottom five among all offensive line units in the NFL last season, according to Pro Football Focus. But with a new coordinator Aaron Kromer in the mix, things are destined to change next year. Forrest Lamp, a top interior offensive lineman, was available when the Rams were on the clock with pick No. 37 overall. But Los Angeles traded it away, despite showing interest in him earlier this offseason. When Rams general manager Les Snead was asked about his plans for the offensive line, here is what he had to say (via ESPN): “The biggest key for us

Instant analysis of the Lions selecting Brad Kaaya in the 6th round

With the 215th pick in the sixth round in the NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions select quarterback Brad Kaaya from Miami. Look out Jake Rudock, you’ve got competition. Brad Kaaya was three year starer at quarterback and left Miami early for the NFL, expecting to be drafted among the top quarterbacks in this class. The ninth quarterback off the board, Detroit surely feels like they got some real value with him being available in the late in the sixth round. Miami runs a Pro-style system and Kaaya has experience taking snaps from under center and in shotgun. His high football intelligence got him on the field early and is a trait we find in most Jim Caldwell quarterbacks. According to his profile

Mandy Moore & Milo Ventimiglia Announce Pittsburgh Steelers' 2017 NFL Draft Pick - Jack & Rebecca Would Be Proud!

Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia made their This Is Us characters proud on Saturday! The onscreen duo, who portray Jack and Rebecca Pearson on the hit NBC series, traveled to Pennsylvania to announce the Pittsburgh Steelers' fourth round pick for the 2017 NFL Draft. Moore and Ventimiglia took the stage and introduced themselves to the crowd at Heinz Field, before announcing Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs as the No. 135 overall pick.

New York Jets: C-

This was as confusing a draft class as any team put together this year, even more so because it started off so dang well with S Jamal Adams at No. 6-he can be a focal point of the Jets’ defense for years to come. Second-round safety Marcus Maye (No. 39

3 things to know about Redskins 5th-round pick TE Jeremy Sprinkle

With two picks in the seventh round, the Redskins rolled the dice and selected Josh Harvey-Clemons. A safety from Louisville that started his career at Georgia, Harvey-Clemons was a five star recruit out of high school that eventually left Georgia due to multiple positive drug tests. His junior year at Louisville, however, was a breakout season for Harvey-Clemons. Here are three things to know: Testing - At Georgia, Harvey-Clemons dealt with multiple suspensions for marijuana. That had a major impact on his draft status, and will have the eyes of the NFL watching him on the next level. Size - Harvey-Clemons has the size to play safety in the NFL, or maybe even more of a hybrid role like Su'a

Taller, faster: Packers hope draft picks fix defense that often wilted

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Packers for Green Bay Press-Gazette from 1997-2013 Two-time Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year as selected by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Follow on Twitter GREEN BAY, Wis. -- With two draft picks, the look of the Green Bay Packers' secondary changed in two important ways. "Taller, definitely taller," Packers director of player personnel Brian Gutekunst said. "Taller and maybe a little faster." That was the assessment of one of general manager Ted Thompson's top lieutenants after his boss picked Washington cornerback Kevin King and N.C. State safety Josh Jones with his first two picks -- both second-round selections -- in

Change in Air Force policy delays NFL dream for Jalen Robinette

Jalen Robinette is Air Force’s all-time leading receiver. Air Force wide receiver Jalen Robinette had hopes of being an NFL draft pick on Saturday, but now because of a shift in policy by the Air Force Academy, he will not be eligible. According to The Denver Post, the Academy will no longer allow athletes to postpone their two years of active duty to join a professional sports team.

Steelers look to future, draft QB Joshua Dobbs

Most people didn’t take Ben Roethlisberger’s retirement consideration this offseason too seriously, but it had to make Pittsburgh think a bit.

Jordan Morgan signed up for football on a whim. Now, he's headed to the Chicago Bears.

Underweight and with almost no experience, Jordan Morgan became a four-year starting tackle at Kutztown. Update: Morgan was drafted in the fifth round by the Chicago Bears. With a 7-0 lead against West Chester last season, Kutztown University head coach Jim Clements dialed up a screen.

Drew Pearson went back to playing days in viral announcement

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered NFL since 1997, Cowboys since 2003 Previously covered Bengals and Dolphins Lives in Dallas area with his wife and two children Follow on Twitter FRISCO, Texas -- Drew Pearson was in the green room when he heard boos as the Dallas Cowboys were mentioned. As he stood behind NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, the boos grew louder. When he stood behind the podium, it was 1978 all over again. Pearson went viral with his announcement of Colorado defensive back Chidobe Awuzie. "All right," Pearson started. "How 'bout them Cowboys?" More boos. "I want to thank the Eagle fans for allowing me to have a career in the NFL. Thank you," Pearson said. More boos. "I am

Early Reaction to Seahawks Draft Trades from the 12s

As can be expected, reaction to the Seattle Seahawks trading down three times in the 2017 NFL Draft is mixed. Seahawks fans, the 12s, are nothing if not intense. As is obvious, a bit more than half of the 12s who chimed in were happy with the trades.

Marshawn Lynch takes out full page ad in Seattle paper to thank Seahawks fans

In the process, the Seahawks had to agree to terms with the Raiders to actually fulfill that process. Lynch had so many great years in Seattle, filled with memories like bruising Beastquake runs, and even a couple of Super Bowl appearances — one victory, and one that ended when it should have been in his hands. In Sunday’s edition of the Seattle Times, Lynch took out a full page ad to thank Seahawks owner Paul Allen and the fans.

Open Bear's Den: 2 Down 1 To Go Edition

BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!! BEARRRSSSS / DRAFT Wiederer: Bears select Ashland TE Adam Shaheen with No. 45 pick in NFL draft after trade with Cardinals - Chicago Tribune - After trading down from the No. 36 spot to No. 45 overall in Friday night's second round of the NFL draft, the Bears selected Ashland TE Adam Shaheen. DeWitt: Analyzing the Chicago Bears' 2017 Second Round Pick Adam Shaheen - Da Bears Brothers - In this episode, Da Bears Brothers instantly broke down the Chicago Bears' second round pick, tight end Adam Shaheen from Ashland. LeGere: Bears trade down, take TE Shaheen with second pick - Daily Herald - Disdaining help for the defense, specifically the secondary, for

Did Raiders' Gareon Conley open door for use of lie-detector tests in NFL draft process?

If the Baltimore Ravens did indeed request the polygraph test taken by controversial NFL draft pick Gareon Conley, some teams don’t see it as something that violated NFL protocols or federal employment laws, according to two teams that spoke to Yahoo Sports on Friday. The NFL declined to comment on the polygraphing of draft picks – despite multiple outlets reporting that Conley, who is being investigated in allegations of sexual assault, submitted to a lie-detector test at the request of the Ravens.

Instant analysis of Patriots picking Troy OT Antonio Garcia

The New England Pariots’ selection of Antonio Garcia is a pick made with the future in mind. And with the roster the Patriots have, New England made the right choice to do some future planning on their offensive line. When thinking about Garcia’s time in Troy’s Air Raid offense, a quote from Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio during a pre-draft press conference immediately comes to mind. He said spread offenses do not apply to the NFL’s game, which makes players harder to project in an NFL offense. By his standards, Garcia is likely a major project. “So you’re basically starting from ground zero, so you have to establish their foundation and really a lot of it is just fundamental-based

NFL draft: Family feud? Steelers receivers trade barbs on Twitter

The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Southern California receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster with the 62nd overall pick, adding to a receiver group that can use some help. During the NFL Network broadcast, analyst Charles Davis noted that the Steelers can’t really count on Martavis Bryant, who was conditionally reinstated this week after being suspended the entire 2016 season for repeated violations of the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

Instant analysis of Raiders selecting DT Eddie Vanderdoes in third round

In what is amounting to be one of the soundest series of decision-making Oakland Raiders fans have seen in many years from their front office, Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie has continued to fortify his defense by selecting former UCLA defensive tackle Eric Vanderdoes with the No. 88 pick overall Friday. Vanderdoes is a true five technique defensive tackle, something Oakland desperately needs after losing both Dan Williams and Stacy McGee along the interior of their defensive line. The former Bruin has great size at just over 6-foot-3 and 305 pounds with almost 11-inch hands while running a sub-five second 40-yard dash (4.99 seconds). For his considerable mass, Vanderdoes is agile, plays

Eli successor? The Giants take Cal quarterback Davis Webb in the third round

Eli Manning is 36 years old. The New York Giants aren’t waiting for Manning to retire to get his possible successor. In the third round of Friday’s NFL draft, the Giants took Cal quarterback Davis Webb.

WATCH: Drew Pearson trolls Eagles fans on NFL draft stage with pro-Cowboys rant

The NFL likes to parade out ex-players on the second night of the NFL draft to announce picks, mostly to give Roger Goodell a break from being booed. Drew Pearson was no exception. The Cowboys are hated (with good reason) in Philadelphia, so the boos rained down extra hard on Pearson as Goodell introduced him to announce Dallas's pick.

Mitchell Trubisky got booed at the Bulls game the night after the Bears drafted him

When the Bears traded up to draft Mitchell Trubisky second overall in the NFL draft on Friday, it caught literally everyone by surprise. The trade came out of the blue, and at least some Bears fans were not delighted. On Friday, Trubisky did what many new draftees do: he went to another sporting event in the city of the team that picked him.

NFL draft: Kevin King came back to green room for Day 2, but doesn't wait long

In the days before the 2017 NFL draft, the league released a list of 22 young men who would be in the green room in Philadelphia, ready to don the hat of their new team and pose for the cameras when their name was called. Cornerback Kevin King, center, was drafted 33rd overall by Green Bay. “I came here to walk my mom [and] dad down the red carpet, hear my name called and get my hat,” King wrote.

Why fans boo Roger Goodell at the NFL draft every year

This year, the draft’s in Philadelphia, so the NFL commissioner is gonna hear it extra loud. There is a general theme to the beginning of all NFL draft proceedings, and it typically persists throughout the first round. As NFL commissioner Roger Goodell walks on the stage to announce a team’s selection, a curious sound will rain down from the heavens.

The Saints wanted Patrick Mahomes and Reuben Foster, both got swiped from them

Every pick in NFL history just happens to be the exact player that team coveted. Every team is thrilled with every single pick they’ve made, throughout NFL history. The story of the New Orleans Saints’ draft plan came from unlikely sources on Friday.

The Browns have been stockpiling draft picks, and they reportedly plan to keep going after Jimmy Garoppolo

The Cleveland Browns came away without a quarterback at the conclusion of the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday, much to everyone's surprise. According to's Mary Kay Cabot, the Browns tried to trade for New England Patriots backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo on Thursday and were rebuked. As a result, the Browns now have a treasure trove of picks next year — two first-rounders, three second-rounders, and two fourth-rounders.

Did John Fox not have Mitch Trubisky as his No. 1 QB? Bears' war-room video is revealing

The Bears traded up to take quarterback Mitch Trubisky second overall. PHILADELPHIA — The Chicago Bears made the first big noise of the 2017 NFL draft when they moved up one spot to No. 2 to take North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubusky. Of course, some of that noise included booing from Bears fans.

John Lynch, 49ers rookie GM, fleeced the Bears to move down one spot in the NFL Draft

The 49ers got their man. San Francisco 49ers executive John Lynch has only made one significant trade in his short tenure as an NFL general manager. Lynch traded the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft to the Chicago Bears for a king’s ransom, sliding to the No. 3 slot and adding high third (No. 67 overall) and fourth (No. 111) round picks in this year’s draft along with a third-rounder in 2018.

Carson Wentz explains how he tossed aside a Cowboys fan's hat (video)

One of the biggest offstage stories on the first night of the NFL draft involved local quarterback Carson Wentz. Carson Wentz took a Cowboys fans hat off at a fan event at the Draft. Wentz explained the event to Yahoo Sports, noting that there’s no love lost between the Eagles and Cowboys.

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