Aaron Brooks. Brooks played for the Saints between 2000-2005 and the Raiders in 2006.
It has always been the "New Orleans Saints".
The Saints got their name from the city of New Orleans, whose 'song' was When The Saints Go Marching In.
The (New Orleans or more commonly, Louisiana) SuperDome
The New Orleans Saints were not named for a particular saint. The team's name was inspired by the song "When the Saints Go Marching In."
The Saints franchise has never gone by another name.
The name comes from the song "When the Saints Go Marching In."
Fame is subjective, but the question is probably referring to New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who graduated from Purdue in 2001.
The name of the New Orleans Saints home stadium is the Louisiana SuperDome or just the SuperDome.
They represent the city of New Orleans, it was announced that New Orleans was given a football franchise on November 1st; also known as All Saints' Day, and the jazz song "When the Saints Go Marching In" is greatly associated with the city. So, the New Orleans Saints seem to be a perfect fit.
They got it from a popular Jazz Hymn, "Oh when the Saints Go Marching In." It is quite popular in New Orleans and in Charismatic ChurchesThe franchise was founded on November 1 which is the Catholic religious day, All Saints Day. Hence the New Orleans "Saints".The name Saints was the popular choice in a fan contest staged by the New Orleans States-Item. However, with or without the contest, the New Orleans team would most likely have been called the Saints. The franchise was awarded on All Saints Day, November 1, 1966. New Orleans was famous worldwide as the city of jazz and the famous marching song, "When the Saints Go Marching In.REFER TO LINK @ BOTTOM OF PAGE ....
The National Football Team, The New Orleans Saints, was founded in 1966. Their name originates from the world famous jazz anthem, " When the Saints Go Marching in;" also, the name of the team was given in recognition of the city's Catholic population. We got the name because we were granted the team on All Saints Day
From the song "When the Saints Go Marching In," which is heavily associated with New Orleans street jazz bands. The franchise was even announced on November 1 -- All Saints' Day.
the New Orleans Saints
From the song "When the Saints Go Marching In," which is strongly associated with the street-jazz bands of New Orleans. The team was even originally announced on November 1 -- All Saints' Day.
The NFL granted the franchise on November 1, 1966 -- All Saints' Day. They were named after the song "When the Saints Go Marching In," a song heavily associated with the street-jazz bands of New Orleans.
New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts
They have one quarterback recruit for the class of 2009. His name is Kenneth Guiton and he is from Aldine High School in Texas.
The shortest player on the 2011 New Orleans Saints in RB/KR Darren Sproles who is listed at 5'6'' and 181 pounds.
No the symbol for the saints is not a flower but the name however does stand for "lilyflower" in French but , the symbol itself is not a flowered picture.
The name of the team that competed against the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl 44 is the Indianapolis Colts.