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The New Orleans Saints can clinch a playoff berth on the road this Sunday with a win over their former rivals, St. Louis Rams. Also, SNR will recap the Saints dominating performance over the Carolina Panthers and preview the Road to the 2013 Playoffs for the Saints.
When: Who Dat Nation and Saints Fans can join the Saints News Radio Krewe on Wednesday night at 9:00 PM CST/10:00 PM EST to support the New Orleans Saints march to the 2013 Playoffs.
Call-In: The studio call-in is (818) 739-8961 to speak to the host, ask a question or support the Black and Gold.
Website: Geaux to www.SaintsNews.net for complete New Orleans Saints news and updates 24/7.
Saints News Radio Krewe will breakdown the Saints vs. Falcons game in Atlanta on Thursday night.
Broadcast: Wednesday, November 21, 2013.
Time: 9:00 PM CST to 10:030 PM CST
Where: LIVE CALL-IN or Listen online
How: (818) 739-8961 (Studio Call-In) or http://www.blogtalkradio.com/saintsnews (Online)
Host - Kyle T. Mosley. Co-Hosts - Derek "The Professor" Stephens, Charita "Diva" Batiste, Kenny "Snatcher" Times, Remy "Professional Trash Talker" Jones, Jason Calbos - NFL Huddle Analyst.
The Saints News Radio Krewe will give the fans a primer on what to expect from the New Orleans Saints Training Camp 2014.
Position Battles at Wide Receiver, Center, Defensive Backs, Linebacker, Running Backs and more.
Can Rob Ryan's Defense become the New Dome Patrol?
Will Sean Payton change is Offensive Strategy in 2014?
Is the WINDOW CLOSING for Drew Brees and Marques Colston?
How will the Saints use Brandin Cooks?
Will Jonathan Goodwin's return provide stability on the O-Line?
Just how good will Terron Armstead be protecting Drew Brees.
Why Cam Jordan and Junior Galette will have over 15+ Sacks each in 2014
The show airs on Wednesday, July 23rd at 8:00 PM. Studio Call-In is (818) 739-8961 - EVERY CALLER WILL SPEAK TO THE HOSTS.
STREAMING AUDIO ONLINE: www.blogtalkradio.com/saintsnews
STREAMING AUDIO ONLINE: www.saintsnews.net/radioshow and www.saintsnewsradio.com
Another amazing show on tap tonight~
We'll play our conversation with former Wisconsin Badgers tight end Jake Pedersen. How does it feel to have four other former Badgers as teammates on the Atlanta Falcons, and how will he use his undrafted free agent status as motivation for training camp in a month? He tells us!
Plus, it's been an eventful weekend for the Milwaukee Bucks. Ushering in second overall draft pick Jabari Parker to the Milwaukee community, there's now rumors of Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd joining the Bucks as possible President of Basketball Operations. What is going on in the Bucks front office, and what does it mean for John Hammond and Larry Drew?
Not to mention Milwaukee Brewers talk, and the United States is now headed for elimination soccer in the World Cup!
These two cities always come up for comparision. The "Big Apple vs The "Windy City". The Traveling Eye asked listeners to compare these two metropolis’. Chicago’s Deep Dish Pizza vs. New York’ Slices, Street Food, Entertainment, Skylines, neighborhoods, Shopping, tourist attaractions, Transportation and Cost. We let our listeners and those who follow us on social media weigh in. Hear the reults for the Best City from Ja'Vonne & Bonnie as told thru you.
Atlanta Mix Radio and WAMR wishes Ramadan Mubarak to our brother and sisters in Islam
Assalamu Alaikum! Once again we are blessed with the holy month of Ramadan, Alhamdulillah. I would like to take this opportunity to remind myself and you all that we should multiply our good deeds and take full advantage of this blessed month, InshaAllah.May Allah bless us and our families with peace, tranquility, strong Iman, and healthy and active lives. May He give us the best of this world and the Hereafter. Ameen.
Your sister in Islam
Kareema Ali- Bowens
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Insightful Player New Orleans Saint Benjamin Watson. He will discuss his foundation and upcoming projects.
Benjamin Watson (born December 18, 1980) is an American football tight end for the New Orleans Saints. He was drafted by the New England Patriots 32nd overall in the 2004 NFL draft. He played college football at Georgia.
Watson has also played for the Cleveland Browns.
You have a chance to talk about what you think the Hawks should do in the draft, how you think next season will shape up, how the braves are doing so far, what will the Falcons do along with other topics.