Saints lose their first player for the season due to injury
Just a little over a week into training camp and the New Orleans Saints have lost their first player for the season. On Friday, Saints rookie safety Smoke Monday was placed on IR after suffering a torn ACL. Monday sustained the knee injury during Tuesday’s practice. No details were given at that time, it was just said to be a “significant injury.” Monday took to his Instagram account to thank the team for taking a chance on him and those who have checked on him since the announcement was made.Read full story
Several New Orleans area museums to offer free admission this month.
Fun Fact... The month of August is New Orleans Museum month, and several area museums are participating. Museum month is collaboration between local area museums of all sizes throughout the greater New Orleans area. All through the month, if you purchase a membership to a participating museum, you will get free access to all of the other participating museums.Read full story
Big news at the start of Saints training camp
Today was the start of training camp for the New Orleans Saints and it was definitely an exciting one. All-pro Saints Wide Receiver Michael Thomas was supposed to start training camp on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list. After a brief but successful workout prior to practice, the team decided that Thomas was ready to be back on the practice field with his teammates. This comes after an almost 2-year absence due to an ankle injury that he sustained in 2020 and has been fighting to recover from ever since. The Saints have been trending on social media since the news came out that Thomas was activated to participate in practice.Read full story
New Orleans, the city that never sleeps.
The city of New Orleans is beautiful, mysterious, full of life and love. From the delicious foods to the variety of music that can be heard pretty much any night of the week at a local bar, New Orleans is more than a weekend tourist city, she is a way of life for many. From the roar of the crowd of Saints fans on Sunday in the Superdome to the thousands lined up on the parade routes on Mardi Gras Day you will never meet a stranger here. The hospitality is like nowhere else in the world. You will not leave hungry or without making new friends.Read full story