Top 30 players in New Orleans Saints’ history

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Over the course of history, the New Orleans Saints have been one of the most dominant teams led by some of the most dominant players.

The New Orleans Saints organization was established on November 1, 1966, playing its first season in 1967. The black and gold proudly represent the city of New Orleans and the state of Louisiana. They are named the Saints after the huge Catholic population in NOLA.

During their illustrious 53-year career, they have one Super Bowl to their name (2010). They also boast one NFC conference championship, eight divisional championships, and 13 playoff appearances with currently a three consecutive year streak.

Throughout those years, the Saints have seen players come and players go, some good, some no named, some great, some Hall-of-Famers. With a 53-year old organization, there are countless players that have walked through the doors of Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Here are the top 30 players in New Orleans Saints history.

Honorable Mention

John Hill

Joe Johnson

Bruce Clark

Joel Hilgenberg

Sammy Knight

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