This is the October 3, 2012 news archive. View today's Saints rumors and news.
There is pretty major news on the New Orleans Saints on Wednesday night. ESPN’s Ed Werder reports that the NFL has granted quarterback Drew Brees' request to have suspended coach Sean Payton, general manager Mickey Loomis and assistant head coach Joe ViShare Tweet
New Orleans Saints will face another stellar quarterback on SundayChargers quarterback Philip Rivers has earned four Pro Bowl berthsShare TweetPackers coach Mike McCarthy said earlier this week that wide receiver Greg Jennings aggravated his groin injury in last Sunday’s win over the Saints and suggested that Jennings might be shut down for a week so that he could fully heal before returning tShare TweetA look back at Drew Brees' historic touchdown streak and the players and coaches that helped set him up to break the record SundayShare TweetVoodoo averaged 7,000-10,000 attendance per game in 2012Share Tweet
Aaron Kromer: We’re ready to bust outIt has not been an easy start for the Saints, but their interim head coach thinks things are about to get a lot better. Aaron Kromer believes his team is on the verge of busting out after an 0-4 start that some have attributed to the hangover from the t…Share TweetJoin the NOLA.com/Times-Picayune Saints coverage team for live updates as the Saints get ready to face the San Diego ChargersShare TweetPackers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was chosen as the NFC offensive player of the week after engineering Green Bay’s Week Four win over the New Orleans Saints, 28-27. The defending NFL Most Valuable Player completed 31-of-41 passes for 319 yards, four touShare TweetESPN.com Oct 3, 2012This probably won’t save their season, but the New Orleans Saints aren’t sitting still. Adam Schefter reports the Saints have worked out former Cleveland and Seattle quarterback Seneca Wallace. I don’t think the Saints are looking at Wallace, who haShare Tweet
New Orleans Saints bring back WR Greg Camarillo, release CB Elbert MackBoth players have been on and off the Saints roster a couple of times this seasonShare Tweet
Drew Brees' passing game against the Green Bay Packers: GraphicA look at Drew Brees' passing accuracy during the New Orleans Saints' 28-27 loss to the Green Bay Packers SundayShare TweetESPN.com Oct 3, 2012The New Orleans Saints used to have some of the most sure-handed receivers in the NFL. The roster hasn’t had a lot of turnover, but the Saints no longer are catching the ball the way they did in the past. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the SaintShare Tweet