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By: Adam Dunnells
Here are your daily New Orleans Saints links
New Orleans Saints News:
Saints sign Kicker Brett Maher, per source – Canal Street Chronicles
Following reports that Wil Lutz will miss considerable time during the 2021 season, the Saints have signed veteran kicker Brett Maher.
NFL Insider Asked About Potential Michael Thomas Trade – The Spun
NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport explains why Michael Thomas’s contract situation makes a trade unlikely for the 2021 season.
Social media reactions to Saints-Michael Thomas situation – Canal Street Chronicles
Reporters and Saints fans have taken to Twitter to voice their opinions on the current situation between the Saints and Michael Thomas.
New Orleans officials say Saints fans will be expected to wear masks during games – WDSU
New Orleans Communications Director Beau Tidwell announced that, due to a city-wide indoor mask mandate, Saints fans will be asked to wear masks when attending games.
Saints CB Patrick Robinson retires – Canal Street Chronicles
Veterans Saints cornerback Patrick Robinson has announced his retirement, making the Saints’s cornerback situation even more difficult.
Sean Payton Reacts To Veteran Player’s Retirement – The Spun
Sean Payton said that he did not see Patrick Robinson’s retirement coming, but it is not unusual for players to retire during training camp.
New Orleans Saints head-to-head records against their 2021 opponents – Saints Wire
A look at the Saints current record against each of their opponents for the 2021 season.
A thank you note from @PatRobinson25 pic.twitter.com/06aOQdVPlO
— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) August 11, 2021
New Orleans Saints kicker Brett Maher hopes path to sticking on a roster this season begins in New Orleans.
‘You come here and expect to make kicks, and that’s what I did (in tryout).’ ⚜️#SaintsCamp | @SeatGeek https://t.co/vsBYHgcgsz
— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) August 10, 2021
Taysom Hill had a great finish to the 2-minute drill, finding Juwan Johnson in the end zone from 25 yards out.
— John Hendrix (@JohnJHendrix) August 10, 2021