Despite the lockout, the New Orleans Saints had no problem selling season tickets. They had a 98-percent renewal rate and sold out the last of their 73,000 season-tickets last week. The Saints have sold out the Superdome, which is undergoing renovations, every year since the facility reopened in 2006.
Tom Johnson hopes to join the short list of local players who have suited up for the New Orleans Saints, but the NFL must first settle its labor situation.
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Whatever happens it’s clear that this off-season is unlike any in the NFL before. As the lockout plows forward the very real possibility exists that training camps and preseason games will likely not take place.