NEW ORLEANS, LA – Leaders of the New Orleans Saints set a new culture in training, leaving off the predominantly routine-oriented, obsession-bordered training.
Demario Davis will be one of the new faces in the leader who aims to lead the Saints in the 2021 NFL season. Davis will be leading the team along with colleagues like running back Alvin Kamara, offensive tackle Terron Armstead, and edge rusher Cameron Jordan. As Drew Brees retires, they are trying their best to create a supportive environment for the players, both in training or in-game.
Now, entering the 2021 training Camp, Davis wants to change the Saints’ clubhouse culture. "Leadership is a lifestyle. It's not something you turn on in the locker room, it's not something that you turn on on the game day. There's so much that goes into that, and most of it is just about being an example,” said Davis. "Any year you come in, it's on those leaders to step out in front to exemplify and be an example of what our culture is. There's a reason why we've had so much success over the past three, four years; it has to do with the culture.”
"That's the leaders on this team, and that's not one or two guys. It's a group of them, and that's how you have that consistency and that continuity and that chemistry that continues to show itself every year on game day. I think the guys in the locker room that have been doing it will continue to do it, and that's what makes it so fun and so easy here," added the former New York Jets and Cleveland Browns linebacker.
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