New Orleans Saints

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The New Orleans Saints are a National Football League franchise based in New Orleans, Louisiana. They are part of the National Football Conference (NFC) and play in the NFC South Division.

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History

1966,

Nov. 1 - National Football League awarded 16th franchise to New Orleans as NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle made the announcement at New Orleans' Ponchartrain Hotel ...

Dec. 17 - Saints defeat the Washington Redskins, 30-14, to wind up with a 3-11 record, which tied the record for most wins by a 1st-year expansion franchise.

1974

Dec. 15 - Saints finished the season with a 5-9 record, which again tied the best mark in club history. [1]

2006

Saints advance to the NFC Championship game before losing to the Chicago Bears.

Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Fullbacks

Wide Receivers

  • 15 - Courtney Roby
  • 12 - Marques Colston
  • 19 - Devery Henderson
  • 17 - Robert Meachem
  • 16 - Lance Moore

Tight Ends

  • 80 - Mark Campbell
  • 83 - Billy Miller
  • 86 - Buck Ortega
  • 88 - Jeremy Shockey

Offensive Tackles

  • 70 - Jammal Brown
  • 74 - Jermon Bushrod
  • 78 - Jon Stinchcomb
  • 64 - Zach Strief

Guards

  • 73 - Jahri Evans
  • 67 - Jamar Nesbit
  • 77 - Carl Nicks

Centers

  • 76 - Jonathan Goodwin
  • 47 - Kevin Houser
  • 68 - Matt Lehr

Defensive Ends

  • 97 - Jeff Charleston
  • 94 - Charles Grant
  • 93 - Bobby McCray
  • 79 - Rob Ninkovich
  • 95 - Josh Savage
  • 91 - Will Smith
  • - Paul Spicer

Defensive Tackles

  • 71 - Kendrick Clancy
  • 98 - Sedrick Ellis
  • 96 - Antwan Lake
  • 99 - Hollis Thomas
  • 92 - James Reed
  • 72 - Montavious Stanley
  • 66 - Brian Young

Linebackers

  • 53 - Mark Simoneau
  • 56 - Jo-Lonn Dunbar
  • 54 - Troy Evans
  • 55 - Scott Fujita
  • 60 - Tearrius George
  • 50 - Marvin Mitchell
  • 58 - Scott Shanle
  • 51 - Jonathn Vilma

Cornerbacks

  • 31 - Aaron Glenn
  • 22 - Michael Lehan
  • 42 -Jason David
  • 20 - Randall Gay
  • 24 - Leigh Torrence
  • 28 - Usama Young

Safeties

  • 41 - Roman Harper
  • 21 - Terrence Holt
  • 39 - Chris Reis
  • - Darren Sharper
  • 43 - Kevin Kaesviharn
  • - Pierson Prioleau

Kickers

  • 5 - Garrett Hartley
  • 1 - Martin Gramatica

Punters

  • 4 - Glenn Pakulak

See also


External links

References

  1. History


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