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Reported games for the week of
Friday, September 19 2014
  • Albany

    6

    Springfield

    21

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Amite

    14

    Southern Lab

    8

    AT
    09/19 - 2nd
  • Ascension Catholic

    23

    Christian Life

    12

    AT
    09/19 - 4th
  • Ascension Christian

    0

    Ridgewood

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Ascension Episcopal

    0

    Opelousas Catholic

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Basile

    0

    St. Edmund

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Belaire

    0

    Broadmoor

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Belle Chasse

    0

    Brusly

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Catholic - B.R.

    35

    Denham Springs

    13

    AT
    09/19 - 4th
  • Catholic - P.C.

    0

    East Iberville

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Central -B.R

    0

    Jesuit

    35

    AT
    09/19 - Final
  • Dutchtown

    10

    Destrehan

    6

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • East Ascension

    42

    St. Charles

    28

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • East Feliciana

    0

    Zachary

    35

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • False River

    0

    Houma Christian

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Glen Oaks

    0

    Scotlandville

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • H.L. Bourgeois

    12

    St. Amant

    21

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • J.S. Clark

    0

    St. Thomas Aquinas

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Jeanerette

    22

    Capitol

    6

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • KIPP Renaissance

    0

    Parkview Baptist

    19

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Loranger

    21

    Kentwood

    12

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Madison Prep

    0

    Redemptorist

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Marksville

    0

    Independence

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Mentorship Academy

    0

    Baker

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Metairie Park Country Day

    0

    Episcopal

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • North Central

    0

    Highland Baptist

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Northeast

    0

    Tara

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Opelousas

    0

    McKinley

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Pine

    0

    Bogalusa

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Pineville

    0

    Walker

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Plaquemine

    21

    Woodlawn - B.R.

    21

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Port Allen

    14

    Livonia

    32

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Riverside Academy

    44

    West St. John

    21

    AT
    09/19 - Half
  • Sacred Heart

    28

    Gueydan

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • St. John

    16

    Dunham

    34

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • St. Martin, MS

    0

    St. Helena College & Career Academy

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • St. Michael Archangel

    0

    Live Oak

    7

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • University Lab

    20

    LaGrange

    20

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Vandebilt Catholic

    17

    St. James

    30

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • Vernado

    0

    Jewel Sumner

    34

    AT
    09/19 - Final
  • West Feliciana

    0

    St. Louis

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • West Jefferson

    0

    Lutcher

    20

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd
  • White Castle

    0

    Donaldsonville

    0

    AT
    09/19 - 3rd

Saints Release McAllister

Saints Release McAllister

POSTED: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 - 12:13pm

UPDATED: Thursday, June 3, 2010 - 11:57pm

The New Orleans Saints have announced the release of running back Deuce McAllister.

McAllister, the first-round draft choice of the Saints in 2001, played in 97 regular season games over eight seasons in New Orleans and is the franchise’s record-holder for touchdowns scored with 55, rushing yards with 6,096, rushing attempts (1,429), rushing touchdowns with 49 and ranks eighth in receptions with 234. His 27 career 100-yard rushing games are the most in team history and he is the only Saints runner to gain 1,000 yards in a season four times, including two Pro Bowl seasons in 2002 and 2003.

“Deuce has meant so much to our organization since we selected him in the first round of the 2001 draft,” said Owner Tom Benson. “He has represented our club with dignity and class, and obviously been a great player – one of our best all-time. He’s earned the respect of everyone in our community for not only what he’s done on the field, but for what he’s done for those who are less fortunate. Saints fans should celebrate his career and his accomplishments, and what we wish for him now is continued success.”

A long-time fan favorite, McAllister missed significant time due to injuries in recent years after first tearing the ACL in his right knee in October 2005 and then suffering an ACL tear in his left knee in the third game of the 2007 season.

“Deuce has had a career defined by both his accomplishments and his exemplary character,” said Owner/Executive Vice President Rita Benson LeBlanc. “He has meant so much to our fans and the region, that we celebrate everything he has accomplished both on and off the field. He will always be part of the Saints’ family, and Deuce will continue to be held in the highest regards within our organization.”

He fought back to help lead the Saints to an NFC South division title in 2006, rushing for 1,057 yards and 10 touchdowns. McAllister also started both playoff games for New Orleans that season, running for 161 yards in the two contests and scoring touchdowns rushing and receiving in the Divisional round victory over Philadelphia.

“Decisions like this are always very difficult ones to make,” said Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis. “Deuce has epitomized hard work, leadership and productivity throughout his career and has been a source of great pride for all of us associated with the team. His records and accomplishments on the field speak for themselves about the type of player he was in a Saints uniform. He truly ranks as one of the greatest players in our club’s history, and we are very respectful of everything he has meant to the Saints and our community.”

“Deuce McAllister epitomizes what you look for in a football player,” said Saints Head Coach Sean Payton. “Deuce played a major role with this team in our drive to the NFC Championship game. He has suffered setbacks with his injuries and that has been unfortunate for him and for us as he has played a critical role in our offense. Today, we start the process of trying to replace him and find that player that embodies what Deuce McAllister has meant to this team.”

McAllister again came back after a lengthy rehabilitation process to run for 418 yards and five scores in 2008. He broke the team’s all-time touchdown record in a November win over Green Bay, passing Dalton Hilliard with his 54th trip to the end zone and later became the first Saint to gain 6,000 career rushing yards.

Not only a leader on the field, McAllister has also been heavily involved in community and business efforts both in New Orleans and in his hometown of Jackson, Miss. over the course of his career. His Catch 22 Foundation has aided countless less fortunate families and children and has been heavily involved in the recovery of the Gulf Coast region following Hurricane Katrina.