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12.02.2019 07:21
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This year’s June practices that are open to the public are starting at 11:00 A.M. on June 12th [url=http://www.officialsaintslockerroom.com/elite-patrick-robinson-jersey]Patrick Robinson Jersey Salute to Service[/url] , 13th and 14th. Fans will get their first look at the 2018 team that will hopefully continue it’s success from 2017.Tuesday, June 12?1:00 am – 1:20 pm Practice – (Open to the Public)Wednesday, June 1311:00 am – 1:20 pm Practice – (Open to the Public)Thursday, June 1411:00 am – 1:20 pm Practice – (Open to the Public)These are a great opportunity for fans to get their first glimpse of the rookie class, headlined by Marcus Davenport. It also provides the opportunity to see current stars Drew Brees, Michael Thomas, Marshon Lattimore, Alvin Kamara and much more! All practices are weather permitting, and fans should arrive early to get a good seat. Also, be sure to bring some Saints swag to hopefully get signed by your favorite player!As always, there are certain things fans must keep note of as we get closer to open practices. The team’s website makes note of the following:Per the Saints Website:FAN INFORMATIONIn the event of inclement weather, (including rain, thunderstorms and extreme heat), the team may move practice indoors with little or no advance warning. Please be advised that fans attending any open practice will not be allowed inside the indoor facility due to space limitations if inclement weather forces the team indoors. We apologize in advance for this inconvenience. Media and fan alerts, updates and schedule changes will be made daily on www.neworleanssaints.com, Twitter, and Facebook.Gates will open to the public 45 minutes prior to each practice. There is no charge to view practice.Fans are welcome to take photos of the players during training camp. However, video is prohibited. Saints staff may request at any time that you cease using those devices. Small cameras and binoculars will be allowed. No spectator cameras with lenses more than six inches long will be permitted. Binocular cases and camera bags are not permitted.Restrooms are available.Food [url=http://www.officialsaintslockerroom.com/elite-jermon-bushrod-jersey]Limited Jermon Bushrod Jersey[/url] , beverages and merchandise featuring the newest Saints gear are available for purchase.Parking for fans is available in the New Orleans BabyCakes baseball stadium parking lot.Vistors with special needs should see a Saints representative for appropriate assistance. The ADA dropoff site is in front of the main entrance gate for practice. A viewing area is available for our disabled fans.There are also several items that are not allowed, and the team’s website lists them here:Animals, except service animals assisting those with disabilitiesBackpacks, duffel bags, large bags and hard containersBicyclesCoolers and outside food and beverage, except for fans with medical/dietary needsHoverboards or other self-propelled devicesLaser pensArtificial noisemakers (air horns, bullhorns, whistles etc.)Objects that may obstruct another fan’s view, including umbrellas of over 4’ in diameterOversized purses or handbags (none larger than 16”x14”x13” are allowed)Remotely controlled model aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles and dronesSelfie sticks and video camerasWeapons and firearms (including fireworks, knives, pepper spray and electronic stunning devices)Any other item deemed unacceptable by New Orleans Saints management. Fans are reminded to please leave such items appropriately secured in their vehicles. Prohibited items that are discovered will be confiscated, disposed of and will not be returned.The Ochsner Sports Performance Center is a smoke-free facility and no smoking, lighters or e-cigarettes are allowed on the grounds.Fans can also attend practices in July and August, and you can find that information here. Jacksonville Jaguars safety Tashaun Gipson has a collection of footballs waiting to be displayed in his man cave.All of them are ones he intercepted during his seven years in the NFL.Drew Brees. Ben Roethlisberger. Joe Flacco.Gipson hopes to add to his haul Sunday when the Jaguars (3-1) play at unbeaten Kansas City and against second-year sensation Patrick Mahomes ."He's so good I hope he throws me one," Gipson said Wednesday. "How 'bout this? I'm going to talk him up all week. He's playing so good that when I pick him off I might have to put his ball up there with Ben Roethlisberger and Drew Brees. That's how good I think he is."Gipson was being a little sarcastic.Although he gave Mahomes plenty of credit for starting the season with 14 touchdown passes and no interceptions, he also made it clear that he likes his team's chances in a matchup featuring the league's top offense against the league's No. 1 defense ."I'm taking this defense over everyone, no matter who we're playing against [url=http://www.officialsaintslockerroom.com/elite-demario-davis-jersey]DeMario Davis Jersey[/url] , no matter who's on offense," Gipson said. "We've got the guys over here to do it. This is something that we're built for. We're built on speed. We're built on toughness. We're built on that fire and passion. We're going to have a good outing on Sunday."On a defense filled with playmakers and trash-talkers, Gipson might be the best combination of both.He guaranteed a victory against New England in Week 2, then went out and held Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski to two receptions for 15 yards. He insisted New York Jets rookie Sam Darnold would be overwhelmed against Jacksonville last week and vowed to get the secondary's first interception of the season. He did get a pick, but it was overturned because of a holding call on the opposite side of the field.Gipson also mocked Minnesota in the preseason, saying there's no way the Vikings would finish ahead of Jacksonville again in total defense. The Vikings are currently 21st. He also ripped Pro Bowl voting, which made him a fifth alternate last season."All of those guys confused me," Gipson said. "It was a travesty."Gipson had 64 tackles, seven pass breakups and four interceptions in 2017, playing mostly in a single-high-safety scheme that forces him to cover sideline to sideline and often makes him the last line of defense.He has 364 tackles and 19 interceptions total.He's often overshadowed on a defense that includes cornerback Jalen Ramsey, linebacker Telvin Smith and defensive ends Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue. 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