Due to Hurricane Ida, the Saints canceled Saturday’s preseason game


The New Orleans Saints and the Arizona Cardinals will not hold preseason games at the Caesars Superdome tomorrow.
“At the request of Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards, the National Football League and the New Orleans Saints announced on Friday, August 27 that due to the imminent impact of Hurricane Ida on the Gulf Coast, the team will play against the Arizona Cardinals. The team’s pre-season game was cancelled. The game originally scheduled for Saturday, August 28 at 7 pm has been moved to the Caesars Superdome at noon. Due to the intensified hurricane throughout the day and the recent tropical update, the team’s leadership has been in contact with the new Orleans City officials, the National Weather Service, the Department of Homeland Security, Governor Edwards, and major state officials and state officials have continuously communicated to make decisions that are in the best interests of all those who may be directly or indirectly affected by the storm. National Football League. Ball The team encourages all residents in the area to take precautions to stay safe during the upcoming hurricane. The Saints team will be in communication with season pass account holders regarding applicable refunds and/or season pass account points. ”
The game originally scheduled to take place at 7:00 pm was moved to noon and was eventually cancelled.
At this point the top of the roster is set. The most affected by the cancellation are the foam players competing for the roster.
Hope to impress the coaching staff even more to ensure that players who get a roster position will not have a chance on Saturday. This is the latest forecast of Tropical Storm Ida, and it is expected to make landfall as a hurricane when it occurs.
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