The New Orleans Saints are preparing for another season in which they are hoping to win a Super Bowl.
The New Orleans Saints have been seeking a Super Bowl victory since the last time they won the coveted championship in 2009. Ever since that moment, the Saints have had some high seasons and some low seasons.
In 2009, the New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl in their franchise’s history. Future Hall of Famer Drew Brees led them to that victory and seeks to lead them to another before his time on the field has expired.
They might be down, but they are not out. After a disappointing end to last season, the Saints are once again primed for a championship. Training camp was going to be a big tell though on how ready the team was after not getting workouts in together in the offseason.
Without preseason to gauge the players, training camp has become even more important to see takeaways from.
So far, training camp has seemed to be amazing. The team has only seen one major injury and that was to Pro Bowl guard Andrus Peat. Here are three takeaways after the first week of training camp is in the books.