Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
It looks like the New Orleans Saints are exploring options to play their home games at LSU's Tiger Stadium since Mayor Latoya Cantrell has "repeatedly declining to allow the Saints to have limited-capacity fans."

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Not gonna happen. It's just a power play to force Destroyas hand
Reply7 days
Make them stand for the Anthem.
Reply7 days
What is a Mayor-President btw? I really dont know.
Reply7 days
A Mayor does not have this kind of power.
7 days
HELL NO! frick THE SAINTS, JACOB BLAKE AND THE BLMNFL! STAY THE HELL OUT OF TIGER STADIUM!
Reply7 days
Memo to Drew Hater: if you are without Sin you may cast the first Stone. Knock yourselves out.
Reply8 days
No longer a Saints fan or for that fact an NFL fan. Having said that, HELL YEA, as anything to show the lunatic marxist lefties that life will move on with them or without. This is America and we will find a way!!!
Reply8 days
I support Trump God and country and did time in the military but Bro...lightened up.
8 days
Hell no. They are they ones who called it a shitty college stadium when they had to play there. Screw the rapist living high price cry baby bitches.
Reply8 days
Tell the "Aints' to stay their asses in New Orleans and practice taking a knee on Bourbon St.
8 days
Hell No! Keep Drew Knees and his masters out of Tiger Stadium!
Reply8 days
Same Drew that brought the Lombardi to Louisiana?
8 days
Maybe if next time they elect a black democratic mayor things will get better.
Reply8 days
Democrat mayor la toilet in New Orleans can suck it . lol
Reply8 days
LaToya the Destroya
Reply8 days
or LaToilet Can'trell!
8 days
They elected her now you reap the benefits from the Destroya! Be very careful what you ask for?
8 days
Why not
Reply8 days
That will be 2 bad teams playing in the same stadium
Reply8 days
Baton Rouge Saints has ring to it, just completely up root from New Orleans lol
Reply8 days
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