In a perfect world, the New Orleans Saints would be contenders to land Xavien Howard in a trade. He’s one of the best cornerbacks on the market and is unhappy with his situation in Miami, making him a trade candidate as we enter training camp season.
The New Orleans Saints are lacking a true No. 1 wide receiver, as Michael Thomas is going to miss several months of the 2021 season. Sean Payton wasn’t happy about this situation and the Saints are not in a good spot at the position, to say the least.
With receiver Michael Thomas slated to be out for a significant portion of the regular season while he recovers from ankle surgery, Saints running back Alvin Kamara will be an even more critical piece to the club’s offense.
The fan votes for the Jameis Winston-Taysom Hill showdown are in, and the winner is…Winston. But it’s also still early to tell. The long-awaited New Orleans Saints’ quarterback competition began with the Saints’ first training camp practice session on Thursday.
The news stories to start the New Orleans Saints' 2021 regular season keeps getting worse. First, the suspension of David Onyemata, Michael Thomas' delayed surgery, Sean Payton's uneasiness regarding Thomas' ankle, and this morning more disturbing news disclosed.
Coach Payton was not having it in yesterday’s press conference. New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis was asked out of the gate about Michael Thomas during yesterday’s press conference, and he took a fairly diplomatic approach.
Saints training camp opens on Thursday, as it really feels like Christmas in July. New Orleans has two open practices that fans can attend starting on Friday, but the first look for the media is today.
The Saints will be without kicker Wil Lutz and defensive back P.J. Williams when they start training camp on Thursday. General manager Mickey Loomis said during his Wednesday evening press conference that both players are dealing with soft tissue injuries, and will be on the NFI (non-football injury).
Michael Thomas will miss the start of the upcoming regular season after he underwent ankle surgery in June. Understandably, some wondered why Thomas didn't have the procedure done earlier in the winter or spring.
Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas is expected to miss the early part of the regular season after having ankle surgery in June to repair an issue that caused Thomas problems during the regular season.