It is no breaking news that the New Orleans Saints have been dealing with injury problems this season, as has the rest of the NFL. But when the media asked Alvin Kamara if he would be playing on Sunday, his answer is all too relatable to us civilians.
The New Orleans Saints defeated the Chicago Bears in overtime on Sunday, but the last second victory was a secondary storyline as a Javon Wims sucker-punched C.J. Gardner-Johnson and was ejected from the game. The NFL has now announced that Wims has been suspended for two games for his actions.
While the Saints were hoping to have Michael Thomas back in Black & Gold this Sunday against the Bears, it looks like he will once again be missing from the lineup. He joins two other receivers that will be out, including Emmanuel Sanders and Marquez Callaway.
In a press conference, Mayor LaToya Cantrell of New Orleans announced that if you are caught without a mask in the city, you could be fined up to $500. The announcement comes after large, mask-less crowds were seen in the French Quarter recently.
Mayor Latoya Cantrell of New Orleans was asked again at her press conference today about the Saints welcoming fans into the Superdome for upcoming home games. Cantrell noted that Tiger Stadium, "Could be a great place, temporarily" when referring to the Saints potentially taking their home…