MLA Gallery Test Archie Manning in 1974 Billy Kilmer gets off a pass against a stiff Cowboys rush New Orleans Saints Kicker Morten Andersen George Rogers NFL Great JimTaylor’s last season was with the Saints A watercolor painting of the Saints 1969 Saints 1969 Black Helmet The All-Time Leading Rusher for the New Orleans Saints, Deuce McAllister Hall of Fame Linebacker Ricky Jackson Played 13 Seasons in New Orleans Robert “Pig” Goff puts the pressure on Steelers Quarterback Bubby Brister in 1991 Saints action. Danny Abramowicz 1967 Archie Manning as an Ole Miss Rebel Archie Manning New Orleans Saints Quarterback Archie Manning rushed by Detroit Lions Defense Archie Manning Sacked By Atlanta Falcons Archie Manning Under Pressure From Chicago Bears Archie Manning New Orleans Saints Quarterback 1971-1982 New Orleans Saints QB Archie Manning Saints running back Buford Jordan rambles to an 11-yard Score against the Rams in 1991. Joe Federspiel Wayne Wilson and Hokie Gajan Rookie Craig Heyward gains yardage in the 1988 game against Seattle A Young Archie Manning Looks on from the Sidelines Mike McKenzie Saints Kicker Tom Dempsey 1969-1970 The Cajun Cannon Bobby Hebert in 1992 Goal Line stand by the Saints defense against the Rams in 1988 Outspoken Saints Receiver Joe Horn New Orleans Saints Defensive Tackle La’Roi Glover Fullback Buford Jordan leads the way for rookie Reuben Mayes Eric Martin, 1988 New Orleans Saints An unfortunate Colt is set upon by the New Orleans Saints Defense in 2001 Saints Running Back Chuck Muncie picks up yards against the Packer defense in 1979. Saints Fullback Tony Galbreath goes over the top against the Packers in 1979. Pat Swilling gives Jim Everett of the Rams a big hug.Renaldo Turnball -#97 wants a turn too. Rich Mauti – New Orleans Saints Special Teams Player 1977-1983 Guido Merkins makes a catch against the Oakland Raiders Defensive lineman Frank Warren brings down 49er Roger Craig and causes a fumble. Reuben Mayes 1988 Toi Cook Saints QB Archie Manning in 1973 Saints Kicker Bill McClard, Rookie Tommy Myers Holding Saints Quarterback Steve Walsh Dalton Hillard (#40) gets behind Offensive Lineman Bill Contz (#70) and Brad Edelman (#63). The Dome Patrol Poster Saints All-Pro Offensive Guard Brad Edelman Defensive End Bruce Clark Lance Moore’s famous 2-point play in Super Bowl 44 Michael Haynes Billy Newsome Jim Wilks Billy Kilmer Morten Andersen after his game winning kick against the Cowboys in 1988. La Roi Glover and Sammy Knight bring down Detroit Lion QB Stoney Case Keith Poole in 1998 Receiver Mike Jones hauls in a 29-yard score against Cincinnati. Saints Tight End John Tice The 1967 New Orleans Saints Team Photo Billy Kilmer Mike Tillman pressures Browns QB Frank Ryan in 1967 Jim Taylor lowers his shoulder against the Cleveland Brown defense. The Kicker for the Saints in 1979- Garo Yepremian The punt block by Steve Gleason that resulted in a Saints touchdown. New Orleans Saints Offense in 1978 The pain of losing shows on the face of Billy Kilmer after a loss in 1969 Tommy Myers Tommy Myers – Standout Defensive Back for the Saints during the 70s Wes Chandler makes a catch against Green Bay in 1979 Wes Chandler and one of his 10 catches against Green Bay in 1979 Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle Joe Johnson Mel Gray sets a New Saints Record – 66 Yard Punt Return Touchdown Archie Manning with Peyton and Cooper Jeff Hostetler goes down under a Dome Patrol pass rush The ball comes loose as Pat Swilling brings down Dan Marino. Saints Pro Bowler La Roi Glover Saints Runner Dalton Hilliard in 1987 Rickey Jackson records one of his 3 sacks on Boomer Esiason in 1987 Saints Running back Wayne Wilson in 1984 Receiver Lonzell as a rookie in 1987. Reuben Mayes, a Rookie in 1986 Center Joel Hilgenberg All-Pro Linebacker Pat Swilling strips the ball from 49er quarterback Joe Montana Newly acquired quarterback Richard Todd leads the Saint Offense in 1984 Preseason action against the Chiefs Saints Legends Archie Manning (#8) and Chuck Muncie (#42) Thunder and Lightning Tony Galbreath and Chuck Muncie Morten Andersen Deuce McAllister in 2003 Saints Receiver Danny Abramowicz Rich Mauti Nose Tackle Tony Elliott zeros in on 49er quarterback Mike Moroski New Orleans Saints All-Pro Running Back Reuben Mayes scores Jeff Blake had a short-lived career with the Saints Offensive tackle Kyle Turley catches a 16-yard pass Sammy Knight Saints Linebacker Vaughan Johnson in 1988 Longtime Saints Tight End John Tice blocks for Dalton Hillard Saints Receiver Wes Chandler catches a pass against the Falcons Saints Fullback Tony Galbreath Tight End Henry Childs Vaughan Johnson stares down Houston quarterback Brent Pease in preseason 1987 action Receiver Eric Martin hauls in a catch against the Bucs in 1987 Pat Swilling and Frank Warren take down Bucs QB Vinnie Testaverde Special Teams Returner Mel Gray turns in a big return against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Russell Erxleben Topps Card Archie Manning after a long day Saints Runner Reuben Mayes rips off a big run against Denver Rickey Jackson and Glenn Redd Saint defenders Tommy Myers and Clarence Chapman break up a pass in the victory over Washington Saints Fullback Jack Holmes Saints QB Dave Wilson on the sidelines with team mate Archie Manning and head coach Bum Phillips. Back-up Bobby Scott looks over Phillips shoulder. Saints Receiver Eric Martin Saint linebackers Kevin Mitchell and Keith Mitchell bring down Falcons QB Chris Chandler Rickey Jackson in the 1988 Game Against Detroit where he had 4 sacks with 1 a safety. Saints Quarterback John Fourcade passes to running back Dalton Hillard The #9 Worst Free Agent Signing – 330 pound Grady Jackson Saints Defenders in 2002 – Sammy Knight (#29), Grady Jackson (#91), Norman Hand (#99), Charlie Clemons (#56) and Sedrick Hodge (#52) The #7 Worst Free Agent signing by the Saints – Lineman Wally Williams #6 on the Saints Worst Free Agent Signings Jason David Andre Royal, Saints Free Agent in 1998 2001 Saints Free Agent Wide Receiver Albert Connell Reuben Mayes Rushed for 147 yards in the 1987 game against Cleveland Tight End Wesley Walls Jerry Fontenot and Aaron Brooks in 2001 Saints Center Jerry Fontenot Free Safety Darren Sharper Saints Defender Jabari Greer Archie Manning “The Beerman” Michael Lewis Saints All-Pro Defensive Tackle La’Roi Glover New Orleans Saints All Pro La’Roi Glover 1997-2001 Darren Sproles joined the Saints as a Free Agent in 2011 Sam Mills, New Orleans Saints 1986-1994 Saints Free Safety Brett Maxie Wayne Martin zeroes in on Vinny Testaverde of the Ravens Jake Kupp Doug Atkins in 1967 Tony Galbreath and his famous one-handed TD on Monday Night Football in 1979. Aaron Brooks Scores Against the Rams in 2000 Saints Defense in Classic Form in 1991 Saints Running Back Ricky in 2001 Saints Quarterback Billy Kilmer Jim Everett Deuce McAllister Donte Stallworth Saints Receiver Devery Henderson The Dome Patrol stops Gerald Riggs Saints Tackle Stan Brock in 1987 Reuben Mayes carries against the Falcons in 1987 Rookie Charlie Durkee The team’s leading scorer in 1967 an 1969. Rookie Dalton Hilliard in 1986 Saints linebacker Joe Federspiel brings down Franco Harris Sammy Knight Danny Abramowicz Jimmy Graham Doug Brien Eric Martin makes a catch against Washington in 1988 Saints Pass Rusher Don Reese puts the heat on Eagles Quarterback Ron Jaworski Sam Mills (on ground), Dave Waymer (#44) and Gene Atkins (#23) stop Randal Cunningham of the Eagles in 1989. Frank Warren in 1991 Rookie Danny Abramowicz makes a catch against the Eagles in 1967 Aaron Brooks passed for 4 touchdowns against the Rams From the 1988 Upset of Los Angeles Saints Defense Stops Rams Great Eric Dickerson Saints – Rams 1967. New Orleans Quarterback Billy Kilmer under pressure from Rams Hall of Fame Lineman Merlin Olsen Bobby Hebert Tony Galbreath – 1981 New Orleans Saints Head Coach Bum Phillips and Saints power-back George Rogers Saints Defensive Lineman Elois Grooms in 1979. Saints Defense and Broncos Offense in 1979 Making a Special Teams Tackle TD Catch against Cleveland in 1978 Floyd Turner Kick Returner Fred McAfee Charles Grant Fred McAfee Joe Horn and Lecharles Bently Bruce Clark Saints Defender Willie Whitehead makes a tackle in the 2000 Playoffs Bobby Hebert Wayne Wilson Tight End Hoby Brenner Vince Buck returns a punt 52-yards against Tampa Bay in 1991 Defensive End Bruce Clark gets a big fumble recovery against Tampa in 1986 Chuck Muncie (#42) and Tony Galbreath (#34) Archie Manning in the 1978 Pro Bowl. That’s Lyle Alzado coming in from the left. Brian Young Charles Grant Scott Fujita Will Smith Frontman of the Saints – Billy Kilmer Saints Hall of Famer Willie Roaf Pierre Thomas Archie Manning. 1971-1982 Wayne Wilson Deuce McAllister Chuck Muncie Ironhead Heyward Earl Campbell as a Saint Hokie Gajan Rueben Mayes New Orleans Saints Receiver Devery Henderson Tony Galbreath A very aged Kenny Stabler Archie Manning Fullback Buford Jordan picks up yardage against teh Rams Saints Head Coach Bum Phillips in 1983 Bobby Hebert started 6 games as a rookie in 1985. Dirt Winston had a good year in 1984 returning 2 interceptions for scores. NFL Great OJ Simpson Stopped by Saints Defense Stan Brock in 1991 Saints Head Coach Tom Fears is flanked by the coaching staff of 1967. Doug Atkins Archie Manning in the center of the Saints huddle Archie Manning – Pro Bowler in 1978 Les Kelly (#30) and Dave Whitsell (#23) move in to take down Jim Nance of the Patriots in 1968 Preseason Action Alvin Maxson Team Photo of the 1968 New Orleans Saints La’Roi Glover, Norman Hand,Willie Whitehead and Darrin Smith stop Vikings runner Robert Smith in the 2000 Playoffs Roy Schmidt (#63) and Del Williams (#61) lead blocking for Fullback Tony Lorick (#34) Pat Swilling – The NFL’s Sack Leader in 1991 Bobby Hebert fires a pass in 1987 against the Oilers Saints Quarterback Aaron Brooks Doug Atkins leads the Saints Defense in a Sack of Cowboys Quarterback Don Meredith Doug Atkins Sacks Bart Starr in 1968 Saints Receiver John Gilliam battles for the ball against a Boston Patriots defender. Jumpy Geathers takes down a Redskin runner Rickey Jackson and Pat Swilling standing over Randall Cunningham of the Eagles Saints Punter Russell Erxlebean Kenny Stabler Billy Kilmer leads the New Orleans Saints Offense in 1968 Dave Whitsell Intercepts a Pass Against the Lions in 1968 Rookie Robert Massey had 5 interceptions in 1989. Jim Mora of the New Orleans Saints in an ad for NFL Pro Line Apparel “Saints Quarterback Legends” Archie Manning, Bobby Hebert and Drew Brees – work by Terry Marks Sr.