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NFL CAREER – Taylor Stallworth was added following the 2018 NFL Draft, a rookie addition for a Saints defense that is continually looking to get bigger in the trenches and continued to improve against the run. The 6-foot-2 inch, 305-pounder is a good athlete with outstanding size and deceiving athleticism from an initial baseball background that will provide a large presence on the Saints' defensive front in the club's competition in training camp. The University of South Carolina product is quick and agile, but also stout at the point of attack, appearing in 13 regular season games for the NFL's second-ranked rush defense, posting eight tackles, one sack and one fumble recovery, adding five more stops in the postseason
Saints & NOCCA team up for the Zatarain's Jazz It Up Cooking Challenge
Saints players Cameron Jordan and Taylor Stallworth, and Saints legends Michael Lewis and Jeff Charleston paid a visit to the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) for the Zatarain's Jazz it Up Cooking Challenge, pitting Saints and students against one another in an epic culinary competition. Jordan, Stallworth, Lewis and Charleston teamed up with prominent New Orleans chefs and NOCCA students for a cooking competition.
New Orleans Saints, Dudley DeBosier partner to enhance home in New Orleans
The New Orleans Saints and employees from Dudley DeBosier work together to complete renovations to the exterior of Doreen and Jerry Hills' home in New Orleans. Hills' home was in need of an ADA wheelchair ramp as well as exterior renovations including siding and fresh paint.