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Saints at Panthers Thursday Injury Report: Kurt Coleman Limited

Even with number 29 making the list only 5 Saints were listed. And one may no longer be with the team.

Saints sole player listed as not practicing was newly claimed TE Erik Swoope (knee). He may have failed his physical because it’s reported the Saints have released him.

After claiming TE Erik Swoope off waivers yesterday, the #Saints are releasing him, source said. So he’s back out there in the mix. A quick trip to New Orleans.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 13, 2018

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Newton: 'Disrespectful' broom a boost vs. Saints

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said the broom hanging in his locker, something that was "gifted'' to him last season after New Orleans swept three games against their NFC South rival, is motivation for Monday's night's game against the Saints.

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John J. Hendrix

NFC Playoff Picture: Saints can clinch first-round bye in Week 15

The Saints, with some help, can wrap up a first-round bye in the playoffs this weekend.

Can you believe that we’re in Week 15 of the NFL season? Where has the time gone? The New Orleans Saints were able to reclaim the NFC’s top spot in the playoff race after taking care of their own business and getting some outside help. Here’s a look at where things stand with three weeks left in the regular season. You can find the full NFL playoff picture here.

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Wallace Delery

NFL Picks Week 15: One For The Road

Week 14 was a wild one with some fantastic finishes. Now we take a look at all the NFL action in Week 15.

The New Orleans Saints face the Carolina Panthers in the Saints’ final road game of the season (and beyond). The Saints swept the season series against the Panthers last year and defeated them in the Wild Card playoff to make it 3 wins in a row. Now the Saints will face Carolina in two of the final three games of the season, starting this Monday night in Charlotte.

Following this...

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Chris Dunnells

4 daily fantasy players from Week 15: Saints at Panthers

Four players for your daily fantasy lineups.

If you’re a daily fantasy player, before each game I will look at three/four players from the New Orleans Saints and their opponent’s rosters that I would target in daily fantasy (based off their value and potential results).

Obviously, Saints QB Drew Brees is a safe QB for daily fantasy leagues, but spending your money on a top-tier starting QB leaves you scraping the barrel to fill out the rest of your roster.

So here are three Saints and...

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Don Kellum

Saints Film Room: Sinking the Bucs Offense

It was rough sailing the first time these two teams met, but a better game from Lattimore and a more reliable number 2 helped right the ship.

The game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers started out eerily similar to the dismal outing the Saints had last week against the Dallas Cowboys. The run game wasn’t there, and Thomas Morstead was called upon, not to hold for extra points, but to punt after failing to sustain drives.

Luckily, the defense was able to contain a Buccaneers offense that...

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Saints face decision on Ted Ginn Jr., Josh LeRibeus

The Saints can bring one player back from injured reserve this year and will have to decide between Ted Ginn Jr. and Josh LeRibeus soon. An NFL team is allowed to bring back two players from injured reserve during the course of a season. The Saints have already used one of their allotted slots to […] Saints face decision on Ted Ginn Jr., Josh LeRibeus - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Report: Saints release former Pro Bowl WR Brandon Marshall

This could very well be the end of the line for six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall. Mere weeks after signing him off the streets, the New Orleans Saints have released the 34-year-old pass catcher. This move comes after Marshall was previously let go by the Seattle Seahawks and with him not playing a single snap for the Saints. A fourth-round pick of the Denver Broncos back in 2006, Marshall has accumulated eight 1,000-yard seasons. He also led the NFL with 14 touchdown...

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Saints release WR Brandon Marshall

The Saints have released wide receiver Brandon Marshall, according to Field Yates of ESPN.com. The move will create room for tight end Erik Swoope, who has been claimed off waivers from the Colts, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.  It was a short stay in New Orleans for Marshall, who was signed in November when Dez Bryant tore his Achilles just hours after inking his contract. Despite spending a full month with the team, Marshall never saw the field. Instead, he was used as a...

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JR Ella

Saints Release Veteran Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall’s brief stay in New Orleans is over

Per Field Yates, the New Orleans Saints have released veteran wideout Brandon Marshall

The Saints have released WR Brandon Marshall, per source.

— Field Yates (@FieldYates) December 12, 2018

The move comes as Pro Football Talk reports that the Saints have claimed tight end Erik Swoope off waivers.

Check back soon for more updates on this story.

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Monty602

Some Bad Mojo When You Kick Against the Saints

Three missed extra points and five missed field goals against the 2018 Saints are eliciting feelings of some seriously bad juju, and that’s a good thing!

In their second game against the Buccaneers, something happened that has become a semi-regular occurrence during the Saints’ 2018 season.

Former Tulane kicker, Cairo Santos, missed two field goals, one from 46 and one from 40 yards. True, Santos has only hit 71.9% of his career field goals between 40 and 49 yards. But you have to...

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Chris Dunnells

Saints back atop the NFL in this week’s Power Rankings

Your one stop shop for all major power rankings.

Week 14 of the NFL regular season is now in the books. Here are all of the major outlets’ power rankings. So how do the New Orleans Saints rank? (change from the previous week are in parentheses)

ESPN - #1 (+1)

Top wish list item: The NFC’s No. 1 seed. The Rams opened the door with their loss at Chicago on Sunday night. Now the Saints need to slam it shut with victories at Carolina and at home against Pittsburgh and Carolina to end the...

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Benefits of mentor Sean Payton? Dan Campbell is ready to be a head coach

After three seasons of working under the Saints' leader, assistant head coach Dan Campbell says his experience has "been helpful" for future jobs.

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OL Newton signs with Saints 2 years after injury

Derek Newton tore both of his patellar tendons in 2016 while with the Texans. He has not played since.

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Dave Cariello

Why Sean Payton is hiding Taysom Hill for the playoffs: podcast

Saints clinch the NFC South again, the Falcons are trash, and life is AMAZING right now!

Saints clinch the NFC South, listeners are sending Dave Kamara Airheads, life is AMAZING right now!

Is Sean Payton hiding Taysom Hill for the playoffs? Will Ralph have to dress up like Freddy Mercury because Saints the defense gets 55 sacks? Why is Teddy Bridgewater dancing like he won the Powerball and ain’t told nobody? Also Atlanta is trash, remember to enjoy that too.

This episode is free but...

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Chris Dunnells

NFC (South) after Week 14: Saints back in the driver’s seat

The Saints are back in the #1 seed in the NFC.

As we get closer and closer to the end of the regular season, it’s time to start expanding our look each week to other teams in the NFC playoff hunt.

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Coming into Week 14, the Atlanta Falcons (4-8) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7) were both already eliminated from the division crown. The first place New Orleans Saints (10-2) could clinch the NFC South if they beat (or tied) the Buccaneers, or if the second...

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Who was that?!? Unheralded ballers who made difference in Week 14

It was a big week for the big guys, as one lineman paved the way for the Miami Miracle and another scored the only TD on Sunday Night Football.

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Don Kellum

Saints vs. Buccaneers: Week 14 quick observations

The Saints were able to bounce back from the Dallas loss last week, but it took a half for the whole team to get on the same page.

It was the second week in a row that the offense came out with a slow start. The Buccaneers defense was able to keep the the Saints from having easy third downs and limited the Saints to only 3 points in the first half. Luckily the defense continues its dominance and kept the game competitive until the team got a spark of energy from a crowd-favorite player. Here...

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Saints deciding between Ted Ginn, Josh LeRibeus for IR-return spot?

The Saints could make a high- or low-profile IR-return move in the coming days. Both Ted Ginnand offensive lineman Josh LeRibeus remain candidates to return from IR this season, Sean Payton said. “Rehab is going well. It’s still an option,” Payton said of a return from one of these players (via Fox 8 Live). “Both he (Ginn) and LeRibeus, I would say are on schedule. … I’m encouraged by how both of those guys are doing.” Only one of these players can return this season. The...

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Wallace Delery

Vikings vs. Seahawks: Monday Night Football open thread

A showdown of NFC Wild Card contenders caps Week 14 in the NFL! Join us here to discuss the game!

The Seattle Seahawks host the Minnesota Vikings tonight in the Emerald City. These two teams currently hold the NFC’s two Wild Card spots, a win solidifies one teams’ positioning while a loss hurts the others’ chances in a tightening race. Can the Vikings pick up a crucial victory on the road? Will Seattle stay on their hot streak? Let’s tune in and find out!

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