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Jul 25, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees addresses the media during a press conference prior to the start of training camp at the team practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

At Who Dat Dish, our main purpose is to deliver you outstanding coverage of your New Orleans Saints through the mass world of the internet. Let’s face it, not many fans tend to be excited about the offseason, but the reality is thirty teams are at the point where they have a busy several months ahead of them.

FanSided Network encourages our community of readers to share their thoughts and opinions on their favorite team. Our writers voice is strong, and as the reader, we give you the chance to be in the spotlight.

We want to bring you the best possible coverage, opinions, and whatever else our readers desire for us to provide. Sports coverage doesn’t have to be so bland, so opinions are always welcome! Passion drives us all to write, and when you love football as much as us, it’s a win-win. Why not write about what you love?

We are accepting applications for staff writers, who can cover anything Saints/NFL related. A brief range of topics include:

  • Saints/NFL News
  • Interviews
  • Fantasy Football
  • Free Agency/Training Camp
  • Player/Game Analysis
  • The NFL Draft

Staff writers are expected to submit 1-3 articles per week. These positions are not paid, although I will say that many of our contributing writers move into paid staff positions as vacancies and opportunities arise. Being a contributing writer for a FanSided blog also offers excellent exposure and the chance to sharpen not only your writing skills but your view of your favorite team. There is tremendous opportunity for growth within FanSided to those who seek it.

It’s a fantastic time to be with FanSided!

If you think you’re up to the task of joining our team to write for Who Dat Dish, then start your journey! Apply via FanSided!

You will be contacted shortly thereafter, and hopefully the beginning of your sportswriter career will get going. Thanks in advance for applying and for sharing your work.

You are welcome to e-mail us or tweet us if you have any questions whatsoever! Be sure to let us know once your application is submitted for follow-up purposes!

Thank you and WHO DAT!

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