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The New Orleans Saints were established in 1966 and currently play in the NFC South. Their track record leaves them with 10 playoff appearances, with 1 Super Bowl championship that they won in 2009. Follow your favorite Saints players, and get the latest news from their official website, or at the NFL.com site. Despite the catastrophe of Katrina, fans can get a lot more information on the Saints from forums, blogs, and other fan sites.

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Quotes from Mickey Loomis' Pre-Draft Press Conference


Sean Payton Zurich Classic Quotes


Get to know new Saints running back Adrian Peterson


Five takeaways from Saints GM Mickey Loomis' pre-draft press conference


Saints Morning Break presented by Community Coffee for Wednesday, April 26


John DeShazier: New Orleans Saints don't need Adrian Peterson to be a hero


Drew Brees talks about Adrian Peterson, draft on WWL Radio


10 Things to Know about Adrian Peterson


Adrian Peterson is 16th on NFL's all-time rushing list


Saints Agree to Terms with RB Adrian Peterson on a Two-Year Contract


NFL Draft History: A Look at the 103rd Overall Pick


NFL Draft History: A Look at the 76th Overall Pick


Steve Smith: A.P. must show he can do new tricks


Saints Morning Break presented by Community Coffee for Tuesday, April 25


Adrian Peterson, Saints finalize two-year contract


NFL Draft History: A Look at the 42nd Overall Pick


Mock Draft Monday: a collection of draft predictions


Report: Leonard Fournette visits hometown Saints


Adrian Peterson likely won't join team before draft


James Laurinaitis announces his retirement


Adrian Peterson to visit New Orleans Saints next week


Pro Bowl guard Jahri Evans plans on playing in 2017


NFC South Offseason Overhaul: Buccaneers strike gold


Sean Payton has 'exact vision' for how to use Ted Ginn


Chase Daniel signs one-year deal with Saints


Payton: Johnny Manziel, Saints aren't close to deal


Payton: Saints won't give up No. 11 for Malcolm Butler