Top 30 players in New Orleans Saints’ history
Frank Warren played with the New Orleans Saints in one of the first winning teams out of the dreadful 70s. He spent 13 years with the New Orleans Saints. While most of them were as a backup, Warren made the most of every opportunity.
From 1981-1988, Warren started just five out of a possible 101 games he played in during those years. From 1988-1994, with the exception of 1990 where he was suspended for a violation of the league substance abuse policy, he started all of those seasons.
Despite being a backup for most of his career, Warren still totaled 52.5 total sacks which rank No. 6 all-time in Saints’ history. He also recovered 11 fumbles and two touchdowns. He also tacked on 290 tackles to go along with his other stats.
Frank Warren ended up becoming a founding member of the defense known to the world as the “Dome Patrol.” The Dome Patrol rocked the 80s as one of the hardest-hitting and toughest defenses that there was.