Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
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vs 15
@ 5
vs 9
vs 3
vs 1
@ 16
vs 24
vs 18
@ 10
vs 11
@ 25
@ 15
BYE
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vs 2
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Fantasy News

  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Back from IR

    Gardner-Johnson (foot) was activated from IR on Saturday, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Gardner-Johnson missed the last four games with the injury. He should return to fill a significant role in the secondary when the Saints take on the Jets on Sunday.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Cleared to practice

    Gardner-Johnson (foot) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Gardner-Johnson has missed the last four games due to a foot injury, but he'll be able to join the team for practice ahead of Week 14. It's not yet clear whether he'll be available for Sunday's game against the Jets, but he'll need to be activated within 21 days if he hopes to play again this year.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: IR stint upcoming

    The Saints placed Gardner-Johnson (foot) on injured reserve Saturday, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Gardner-Johnson has already been ruled out for the team's Week 10 clash with Tennessee, but he'll miss at least another two games on top of that. Reserve safeties P.J. Williams and J.T. Gray should take on larger roles for the duration of Gardner-Johnson's absence.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Out Week 10

    Gardner-Johnson (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's tilt against the Titans, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Gardner-Johnson will now focus on recovering in time for Week 11 versus the Eagles. In his absence, look for P.J. Williams and J.T. Gray to see some extra snaps providing depth at safety.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Seen in walking boot

    Gardner-Johnson (foot) was seen in a walking boot Thursday, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Gardner-Johnson was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice, and it appears as though he's trending in the wrong direction ahead of Sunday's game against Tennessee. Malcolm Jenkins should handle additional work if Gardner-Johnson is unavailable Sunday.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Dealing with foot injury

    Gardner-Johnson is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Falcons due to a foot injury. Gardner-Johnson suffered the injury in the second quarter of the matchup, though the exact issue remains unclear. Prior to his exit, Gardner-Johnson recorded two tackles and one pass defended.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Gets pick in win

    Gardner-Johnson had six tackles (five solo), a interception and a defensed pass in a 36-27 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. Gardner-Johnson's pick came late in the second half, and he was able to return it 26 yards to Tampa Bay's 35-yard line. The short field helped lead to a New Orleans touchdown. Both his tackle tally and 98.0 percent snap share during the contest were season highs.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Won't play Week 2

    Gardner-Johnson (knee) will not play in Sunday's game against the Panthers, Mike Triplett of ESPN reports. Gardner-Johnson didn't practice Thursday or Friday due to a knee injury. While he was able to go through a pregame workout before Sunday's game, New Orleans will not put him on the field Sunday. Gardner-Johnson will look to return for the Saints' Week 3 matchup with the Patriots.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Lands on COVID-19 list

    Gardner-Johnson was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. It's unclear whether Gardner-Johnson tested positive for the virus or came into close contact with an infected person. It's unclear if he'll be able to play in Sunday's game versus the Panthers. Gardner-Johnson hasn't missed a game since entering the league as a fourth-round pick in 2019.
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  • Saints' C.J. Gardner-Johnson: Leads team in tackles again

    Gardner-Johnson compiled nine tackles (eight solo) and tackles for a loss in the Saints' 26-23 OT win over the Bears on Sunday. CJGJ lead the team in tackles Sunday, though he'll likely be remembered more for his on-field scuffle. Gardner-Johnson was sucker punched by Javon Wims after Wims accused him of spitting on him and ripping out his mouthpiece. Gardner-Johnson finished the game, but Wims was immediately ejected. Gardner-Johnson will have a tall order in Week 9 against Tampa Bay.
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  • Saints' Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: Preparing to start

    Gardner-Johnson (concussion) is lining up as a starter for the team's Week 16 contest against the Titans, John Hendrix of Sports Illustrated reports. Gardner-Johnson has played an inconsistent role for the team throughout the season. However, he cleared concussion protocol in time for the team's Week 16 contest and should be in line for an increased role with Vonn Bell (knee) inactive.
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  • Saints' Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: Suffers concussion

    Gardner-Johnson suffered a concussion and has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's contest, Amie Just of The Times-Picayune reports. The rookie will have to pass concussion protocol testing before he can return to the field in a future contest. The safety recorded eight tackles (six solo) before exiting the contest. If Gardner-Johnson should miss multiple games, the Saints can take solace in the fact they signed veteran Janoris Jenkins earlier in the day.
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  • Saints' Chauncey Gardner-Johnson: New Orleans selects in fourth round

    The Saints selected Gardner-Johnson in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 105th overall. Gardner-Johnson (5-foot-11, 210 pounds) showed standout playmaking ability at Florida, where as a junior last year he intercepted four passes (returning two for touchdowns) while making nine tackles for loss, and he supplemented his prospect profile with a standout 4.48-second 40-yard dash at the combine. The Saints already have Marcus Williams and Vonn Bell at safety, however, so Gardner-Johnson will probably play special teams while otherwise rotating into sub packages when they want to limit Bell's coverage exposure. If Bell should leave the picture at some point, then Gardner-Johnson would project as a starter and could emerge as an IDP factor for New Orleans.
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