From the Saints vintage pictures archives. Saints fan-favorite Dalton Hilliard as a rookie in 1986.
New Orleans Saints History Stuff
Reggie Bush | 2009 Upper Deck Card
Remembering Saints kicker Charlie Durkee
Showing a little love for former Saints fullback Tony Galbreath who played from 1976 to 1980 with a graphic of his famous one-handed catch made against the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night in 1979.
Archie Manning of the Houston Oilers greets Saints Quarterback Kenny Stabler in 1983 a Pre-Season game.
Moving right along we now come to one of the biggest defensive signings of the Saints in the 90s under Mike Ditka. The #5 All Time Best Signing in New Orleans Saints History — All Pro Defensive Tackle La’Roi Glover
We now begin the Top 10 Best free agents signed by the Saints. At the #10 spot, wide receiver Quinn Early, signed in 1991.
And Now – the Worst Free Agent Signing by the New Orleans Saints – Defensive Back Jarius Byrd
Without a doubt, one of the most disastrous signings in the teams history, Brandon Browner set NFL records for penalties. He is our #2 Worst Free Agent Signing in New Orleans Saints History.
Keeping up with the latest member of the Top 10 Worst Free Agent signings in New Orleans Saints History we bring to you Allen Ulrich’s, of the Under the Dome Podcast on YouTube #3 choice — signed at the beginning of the demise of the Jim Haslet Era, a wide receiver from the Redskins, Albert Connell.
Continuing with Allen Ulrich’s Worst Free Agent Signings in Saints History – at the #4 spot, signed in 1998 by Mike Ditka and never played a down for the New Orleans Saints – Linebacker Andre Royal.
We continue with our series featuring the Top 10 Worst Free Agents in New Orleans Saints History. Here is the #5 choice, Corner Back Jason David.
#9 in Allen Ulrich’s Top 10 Worst Free Agent signing by the New Orleans Saints. The choice, defensive Tackle Grady Jackson.
An article on James “Tootie” Robbins, the #10 Worst Free Agent signing in New Orleans Saints History according to Allen Ulrich of Under the Dome Podcast.
5 Reasons to look forward to next season.
Another fine article from Big Easy Believer.com.
It appears the New Orleans Saints will once again enjoy the NFL playoffs from the comforts of the indoors. Whose to blame?
Big Easy Beliver takes a look at those responsible.
An up close look at the Line of Scrimmage during the 1978 New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers
Something a little different. A re-post of an article by Tee Word at Canal Street Chronicles explaining today’s defensivebacks and their job duties in the modern day defensive backfield.