NFL CAREER – Hoomanawanui possesses the versatility to provide support in both the running game and passing game. He originally joined New Orleans in Week Four of the 2015 season from the New England Patriots and has appeared in 26 regular season games with 18 starts for the Black and Gold, recording 17 receptions for 128 yards and four touchdowns. In 2018, Hoomanawanui will compete for playing time after played in 14 games with 10 starts in 2017, making six grabs for 52 yards and one touchdown, while serving as an asset in the club's fifth-ranked running game. Overall, in his career, he has appeared in 87 regular season games with 57 starts, making 57 receptions for 646 yards with eight scoring grabs.
Michael Hoomanawanui attends Special Olympics Louisiana 2017 State Summer Game Opening Ceremonies
Saints tight end Michael Hoomanawanui visited Southeastern University and served as an honorary coach/referee during the United Flag Football Game as part of the opening ceremonies for the Special Olympics Louisiana 2017 State Summer games.
Hoomanawanui, "I love it, the people are great"
New Orleans Saints Tight End Michale Hoomanawanui met with media Wednesday, Oct. 7 and talked about how things have been going with the New Orleans Saints after being traded from the New England Patriots last week. Video by Brendan Hassett (New Orleans Saints Video)