The New Orleans Saints begin the 2018-19 season in a little over a month and WWL Radio has yet to name a replacement for longtime play-by-play man Jim Henderson, who retired earlier this year. A look at the field of candidates.
New Orleans Saints owner Gayle Benson has made an immediate impact on the community with positive results for the NFL team, the New Orleans Pelicans and in the horse racing business. Tom Business died at the age of 90, putting his wife in position to take over.
The NFL's decision to award Super Bowl LVIII to New Orleans came soon after our freshly minted mayor, LaToya Cantrell, publicly declared the Crescent City a "city that floods.'' Use some of economic impact money to make repairs.
Mark Ingram's decision to sit out organized team activities after a four-game suspension was announced by the NFL doesn't sit well. He has made it clear he would like more money. He has a year left on a 4-year deal he signed as a rookie.
Only time will tell whether the Saints' No. 1 draft pick, Marcus Davenport, will justify New Orleans trading up to acquire the defensive end. General manager Mickey Loomis and coach Sean Payton hoped to bolster their defense in this year's draft.
The New Orleans Saints have a favorable schedule to start the 2018 season, but will have plenty of tough contests. Here's an early prediction of how the Saints will navigate this year's schedule. The season starts on Sept. 9 in New Orleans.
The New Orleans Saints still have a shot to provide key additions after passing on players like Jimmy Graham and Ndamukong Suh. Louisville QB Lamar Jackson may be on the radar. Head coach Sean Payton hopes the team can add more talent without spending much.
The New Orleans Saints signed Drew Brees to a $50 million, two-year contract that is team friendly, indicating that the quarterback is looking at the big picture of winning a second Super Bowl championship.
New Orleans Saints officials are reportedly considering taking a flyer on 28-year-old free agent defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson, who was pushed out the door by the New York Jets with three years remaining on a five-year, $86 million contract.
Donna Morrow, an employee os T-D Pharmacy and Woolmarket Pharmacy identifies the victim of a murder-suicide at Woolmarket Pharmacy as Daniel Day, owner of the pharmacies. She identified the shooter as Sarah Chance, a former employee.