- New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton will hold a press conference following practice around 1:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16. You can watch it live here or on the team's Facebook, YouTube or Twitter pages.
- NFL Network host Kay Adams talked about the Saints on the Black and Blue Report presented by SeatGeek. Listen to it here.
- The final Injury Report of the week will be released around 4 p.m. Friday. You can find it here.
- Read John DeShazier's story on running back Alvin Kamara's knack for finding the end zone.
- Mark Ingram spoke with the media Thursday. Watch his interview.
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