Marques Colston is #12.
MIKE Bell was #21, but he's playing for the Eagles now. (We hate that.)
We don't have a #18 on active roster. Closest guesses I can give for who you might mean:
#16, Lance Moore
#10, Chase Daniel (our new reserve Q-back. We love him.)
#98, Sedrick Ellis
#19, Devery Henderson
#48, Chris Ivory (Running Back and my personal favorite new player)
#58, Scott Shanle (the "good" Scott)
#88, Jeremy Shockey
#78, John Stinchcomb
#28, Usama Young
The Saints got their name from the city of New Orleans, whose 'song' was When The Saints Go Marching In.
The winners of the championship games on January 24th: the Jets at the Colts, and the Vikings at the Saints.
Former manager Tommy Lasorda.
St. Paul was originally Saul of Tarsus, who hated Christians and wanted them all imprisoned (or worse). After his conversion on the road to Damascus, Saul adopted the name Paul, to show a change from his former life.
Mickey Mantle had his #7 retired by the Yankees in 1969.
That was the number of Mitch Richmond, the only number retired by the franchise of a player who played entirely on the Sacramento Kings.
You have two patron saints - the saint for whom you were named and the saint whose feast day falls on your birthday. Go to this link and click on the alphabetical list to find your namesake and then click on the calendar of saints and find your birth date. There will be a number of saints to choose from.
For a list of many of the saints whose names start with T click on this link.
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There are thousands and thousands of saints in heaven whose names are known only to God. They do not have feast days as do the known saints. All Saints Day recognizes all thes other saints.