New Orleans Saints 2021 Schedule

Posted by | May 13, 2021.

Drew Brees Commemorative Patch

Posted by | March 25, 2021.


The limited edition commemorative jersey patch to honor Drew Brees, a legend in the New Orleans Saints community.

~ 4”x3” Horizontal Embroidered Patch

~ Both Iron On or Sew On (can be ironed on with clothes iron)

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Saints Fans Being Saints – Spirit of Charity Art Auction (Drew Brees)

Posted by | March 19, 2021.

Saints Fans Being Saints – Spirit of Charity Art Auction

The Saints Fans Being Saints Fund was created by Saints mega-fan, Dr. Bradley Spieler. It raises donations to be used for children with immediate family members that have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness or have succumbed to a major life crisis or hardship. Our partners in Palliative Care help identify those families in need.

The fund is held with the Spirit of Charity Foundation at University Medical Center New Orleans and all proceeds benefiting the families and children are used to purchase toys, arts and crafts, Saints memorabilia and tickets, school educational materials, laptops, and more. The purpose is to put a giant smile on the face of a child as their family member is undergoing adversity.

Title/Year: Golden Boy Drew – 2021
Size: 48 x 36 x 2
Retail Value: $6,800
Media: Spray, Inks, Acrylics on 2″ Gallery Wrapped Canvas – Unglossed

Check out the most recent news about the painting and how artist, Josh Wingerter paid tribute to the New Orleans Saints Football legend, Drew Brees!

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Sign The Petition To Rename “Lee Circle” To “Brees Circle” In Honor Of Drew Brees

Posted by | March 15, 2021.

Since the statue of General Robert E Lee was removed, the pedestal has been sitting empty in the center of the iconic New Orleans roadway known as “Lee Circle”. Since Drew Brees has been so influential to the people in this city both on and off the football field and now has announced his retirement.

We the Who Dat Nation and the Diehard Saints fans of the Big Easy Mafia think it would be a good idea to have a statue of Drew Brees on top of the pedestal and the official name changed to “Brees Circle”. The exact address could be #9 Brees Circle New Orleans Louisiana.

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Delvin Breaux Former CB For The New Orleans Saints Releases His Autobiography “Un-Breaux-Ken”

Posted by | March 15, 2021.

Counting the odds stacked against you is an action that extinguishes most dreams before they catch fire. Most are told to count the odds against them when their dream is larger than the person’s vision they are talking to.
The diminutive odds of a child becoming a professional football player wasn’t an obstacle many thought Delvin Breaux couldn’t overcome while he dominated each football field he played on during his upbringing in New Orleans. His surety of accomplishing such lofty goals, became out of sight to everyone aside from himself two days after his 17th birthday.
During a routine tackle his senior year in high school, the prized recruit broke his neck in several places. Months before being bound to a hospital bed for a month long stay and experiencing several life-threatening surgeries, he verbally committed to LSU. Being able to walk again proved itself to be more of a concern than being able to walk onto a professional football field.
Scars not visible to the eye do the most damage to the soul. Others viewed football as a meal ticket for Breaux. However, he saw it as healing for childhood experiences and traumas that he is opening up about for the first time in “Un-Breaux-Ken.” After enduring a chaotic childhood that mirrored the pain of his devastating injury, Delvin Breaux became the first person in NFL history to break their neck in high school and become a professional football player. Breaux details his journey through the unthinkable to accomplish his lifelong goals in his powerful Autobiography, “Un-Breaux-Ken.”

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Thanks Drew From The Diehard Saints Fans At Big Easy Mafia Fan Club

Posted by | March 14, 2021.

Drew Brees Announces His Retirement After 20 Years In The NFL

Posted by | March 14, 2021.

After a 20-year playing career in the National Football League, the last 15 with the New Orleans Saints, quarterback Drew Brees announced his retirement today.

The news comes 15 years to the day when he agreed to terms to sign with the Saints, the start of a relationship that has been bountiful for the signal-caller, the team and the Gulf South community. Brees was a 15-year team captain and led the Saints to nine playoff appearances, seven division titles, including four consecutive from 2017-2020, and the Super Bowl XLIV championship, where he was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.

“After 20 years as a player in the NFL and 15 years as a Saint, it is time I retire from the game of football,” said Brees in a statement thanking and praising the team’s fans. “Each day I poured my heart and soul into being your Quarterback. Til the very end, I exhausted myself to give everything I had to the Saints organization, my team and the great city of New Orleans. We shared some amazing moments together, many of which are emblazoned in our hearts and minds and will forever be a part of us. You have molded me, strengthened me, inspired me and given me a lifetime of memories. My goal for the last 15 years was striving to give you everything you had given to me and more.”

“I am only retiring from playing football, I am not retiring from New Orleans. This is not goodbye, rather a new beginning. Now my real life’s work begins!”
“Drew is so much more valuable than all the records, awards and accolades that he amassed through a 15-year career with the New Orleans Saints and 20-year NFL playing career, one of the greatest in our league’s history,” Owner Gayle Benson said. “When Drew first joined the Saints in 2006, my late husband Tom was determined to deliver a team to New Orleans that would win a championship on the field and become a leader in the community following the setbacks that Hurricane Katrina dealt our region. Over and above his outstanding performance, Drew came to represent the resolve, passion and drive that resonates not only with Saints fans and football fans, but our entire community. He played the game and played the position at its highest level, but just as important, represented our organization and region in the highest fashion. We will forever be grateful to him for what he brought to our club and the entire Gulf South community, showing everybody what can be accomplished by putting our sleeves up and showing leadership, determination and hard work. As we grew as a region and as a football team, it was also a pleasure to watch him grow as a husband to Brittany and become a father to four incredible children.”

“Drew Brees has been remarkable in all facets of his career,” said Saints President Dennis Lauscha. “His career accomplishments and leadership skills have been well-documented and for good reason. He has been incredible to work with from my perspective because he really understands the business of professional football. He is incredibly bright and insightful and his contributions to helping move our organization forward and where we wanted to go on the business side were as impressive to me as some of the things he accomplished on the field. He is a great ambassador for our city, state and region and I am confident he will continue to make positive impacts here locally. It has been our incredible fortune to watch his daily efforts and commitment and on behalf our entire organization, we are eternally grateful for everything he has done and wish him well. He will always be a Saint.”

New Orleans Saints Superfan Zone

Posted by | March 11, 2021.

The New Orleans Saints Superfan Zone is the official tailgate spot for the official New Orleans Saints Superfans. Here you can party with all the costumed Saints Superfans and take pictures with each of them. It’s a family friendly atmosphere with some good people, good food and good Saints music.
Tailgating in New Orleans is its own celebration, proving you don’t always need tickets to the game to have a blast.

Chauncey Gardner-Johnson Asked For His Jersey To Be Sold And Fanatics Delivered

Posted by | March 5, 2021.

Chauncey Gardner-Johnson asked for his jersey to be sold in the NFL shop and Fanatics delivered. You can now order your very own Gardner-Johnson #22 jersey.

“The People’s Owl” Whooty Da Owl Has His Very Own Tshirt

Posted by | February 5, 2021.

Our official mascot Whooty Da Owl has his own official tshirt now. It was custom designed by local New Orleans artist Josh Wingerter.

A percentage of every tshirt sold will be donated to our charity “Saints Fans Being Saints”

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New Orleans Saints 2020 Season In Review

Posted by | February 4, 2021.

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Welcome “Mardi Gras Mafia” As A Sponsor Of The Big Easy Mafia

Posted by | January 30, 2021.

The Mardi Gras Mafia is an awesome New Orleans cultural brand that just expresses the “Love For Nola” when you wear it. If you have a passion for Mardi Gras and a love for the city of New Orleans then you need to be a part of the Mardi Gras Mafia.

Former Saints CB Delvin Breaux Will Be On “The Endzone” Podcast With The Gaming Grunt

Posted by | January 30, 2021.

The debut of The Endzone podcast with The Gaming Grunt, our very own Esports facebook gamer will be Saturday February 6th at 7pm EST. This weeks episode will feature an interview with the former Saints CB Delvin Breaux. Delvin has an incredible story to tell of how he went from having a broken neck to being on an NFL football field. Make sure you tune in by clicking HERE!!!

Bobby Hebert Talks About The Saints Loss To Tampa Bay

Posted by | January 23, 2021.

The Cajun Cannon Bobby Hebert speaks wisdom about what happened to the Saints and their loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Brees Dream Foundation Selling Signed First To 80K Yards Helmets

Posted by | January 16, 2021.

Drew Brees and his foundation, “The Brees Dream Foundation” is selling a limited edition helmet signed by the man himself with an added saying “First To 80,000 Passing Yds”. They are limiting it to only 100 helmets. Each helmet is selling for for $2500 with all the proceeds benefiting the Brees Dream Foundation. You will also receive a certificate of authenticity and acknowledgment letter for tax purposes. Get one while they last.

The Brees Dream Foundation focuses on improving the quality of life for cancer patients, and provide care, education and opportunities for children and families in need.

The Saints Are Definitely Looking More Like Americas Team

Posted by | January 13, 2021.

Sunday’s game between the Bears and Saints was the most-watched game of wild-card weekend, according to CBS Sports. It drew 30.653 million viewers between CBS and Nickelodeon.

Not only that, it was the most-watched Sunday wild-card game on the network in seven years.

That Nickelodeon number exceeds what the executives expected. It is the most-viewed show on Nickelodeon in nearly four years.

Second Round For The Saints

Posted by | January 12, 2021.

The Saints advance to the second round of the 2020 playoffs to take on the Tampa Bay Bucs.

Grumpy Old Quarterbacks

Posted by | January 12, 2021.

Drew Brees agrees with Tom Bradys twitter post about the two grumpy old quarterbacks of the NFL.

The Athletes’ Corner & The Devoted Dreamers Foundation to Launch ‘Tackling Hunger with Demario Davis’ for The NFL Playoffs

Posted by | January 7, 2021.

Today, The Athletes’ Corner and The Devoted Dreamers Foundation announced that they will be launching ‘Tackling Hunger with Demario Davis’ for the NFL Playoffs. The campaign was created to fight hunger in the city of New Orleans, by linking meal-donations with the on-field performance of Demario Davis and the New Orleans Saints defense.

Here’s how it works:

The campaign will be active for every New Orleans Saints playoff game. For every tackle Demario Davis makes, The Athletes’ Corner and The Devoted Dreamers Foundation will provide 1,000 meals to a local food bank in New Orleans. For every sack the Saints defense records, they will provide 2,000 meals. In addition, the two foundations will donate 2,000 more meals for every turnover the Saints defense forces.

“A cornerstone of my faith is rooted in serving others. It embodies how I try to live my life and the work we do with Devoted Dreamers. Too many of our fellow New Orleanians are wondering where their next meal will come from and it’s a privilege to partner with Athletes Corner to help feed our neighbors.” – Demario Davis, Saints All-Pro, 2021 Bart Starr Award Winner, 2020 Saints Man of the Year and team nominee for Walter Payton Man of the Year, and Co-Founder of the Devoted Dreamers Foundation

“For The Athletes’ Corner, everything goes back to our faith, and it’s no secret that Demario Davis embodies our core values. Demario is an amazing father, and he is constantly demonstrating what it means to be a true servant leader. As the NFL playoffs kick off, we could not be happier to support him and his foundation to fight hunger in the city of New Orleans! – Kelenna Azubuike, Co-Founder of The Athletes’ Corner and Golden State Warriors Color Commentator

The New Orleans Saints host the Chicago Bears this Sunday at 3:40pm CT during the NFC Wild Card Round. Be sure to tune in to see ‘Tackling Hunger with Demario Davis’ in Action.


Posted by | January 6, 2021.

In a vote by his teammates, New Orleans Saints left tackle Terron Armstead has been named the club’s 2020 Ed Block Courage Award winner, which is given annually to a player from each National Football League team who has persevered through adversity.

Armstead’s teammates voted him as the club’s winner based on his dedication to his teammates. Whenever he has suffered injuries or faced different challenges, he has oftentimes put his team and teammates ahead of himself and often returned as quickly as possible based on his dedication and work ethic, realizing his importance in manning one of the most important positions in the sport of football.

One of the club’s two third round draft picks (75th overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft out of Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Armstead, 6-5, 304, developed quickly and moved into the starting left tackle position in Week 16 of the regular season of his rookie campaign. He has played in 89 regular season games with 85 starts and has opened all seven of his postseason appearances. Selected to the Pro Bowl each of the last three seasons, he joins Pro Football Hall of Fame left tackle William Roaf as only the second Saints tackle to be selected three times.

In November, Armstead both suffered the tragic loss of his brother in an accident whose automobile was struck by another while stopped waiting for a train to pass. He also tested positive for COVID-19. Despite the loss of family and physical challenge, he has been there for his teammates and community on and off the field. He has opened all 14 games for the NFL’s sixth-ranked rushing offense and fifth-ranked scoring team, which has set a franchise record with 30 rushing touchdowns, tied for the sixth-highest total in NFL record books.