NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Saints are preparing to find a new naming rights holder for the Superdome. Mercedez-Benz has held naming rights under a 10-year agreement that expires in July 2021 and Saints say the German automaker does not intend to extend the deal. Mercedes-Benz also owns naming rights to the current home of the Atlanta Faclons. Mercedes-Benz Stadium opened in Atlanta in 2017 and its naming rights deal runs 27 years. The auto maker says it is “fully prepared to honor” the Superdome deal but also supports efforts the Saints make to explore future options.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Jimmy Garoppolo passed for 349 yards and four touchdowns, Robbie Gould kicked a 30-yard field goal as time expired, and the San Francisco 49ers pulled out a 48-46 victory over the […]
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Coach Sean Payton appears to have a Super Bowl contender again with most top contributors from last season returning and many of them still in their prime. If 41-year-old quarterback Drew […]
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins says his criticism of Drew Brees’ opposition about kneeling during the national anthem, and Brees’ later apology, is a microcosm of what the country needs. […]