New Orleans Saints coaches Jim Chaney (offensive analyst), Declan Doyle (offensive assistant), Phil Galiano (assistant special teams), Curtis Johnson (senior offensive assistant/wide receivers), Brendan Nugent (offensive line), Dan Roushar (run game coordinator/tight ends) and Joel Thomas (running backs) will not be in attendance at Sunday's game due to Covid-19 protocols. Johnson's, Nugent's, Roushar's and Thomas's responsibilities will be divided among the offensive staff.
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New Orleans Saints run defense searching for consistency
'You can't have that roller coaster. To be even-keel is exactly where we need to be'
Andy Dalton takes first-team reps at quarterback with New Orleans Saints offense for second straight day in London
'He knows what we're doing, what the plan is. A lot of confidence in Andy.'
Jameis Winston did not practice Wednesday, expects to return to field Thursday for New Orleans Saints
'Really, it's more just trying to rest and trying to make sure he's healthy'
New Orleans Saints prepared for business in London
'You have to approach every single play like it's the most important play, because it is'
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'Another athletic quarterback that creates some challenges with his feet, too'
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'We still see things that we can improve on"'
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'Preparation. Just staying there. Building triggers to not really get too high or too low'
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'He understands that he can't retaliate and that's something that teams in this league are going to continue to try him on'
Lost fumble in third quarter gave New Orleans Saints offensive setback that proved significant against Tampa Bay
Saints fumbled in red zone with score tied 3-3
Five turnovers too much to overcome for New Orleans Saints in 20-10 loss to Tampa Bay
Buccaneers score 17 points off three turnovers in fourth quarter
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'The game is about the players, and we've got some pretty doggone good ones'