Source – New Orleans Saints dont anticipate relocation of MNF game due to hurricane
METAIRIE, La. — The New Orleans Saints are not planning to evacuate for Hurricane Delta as of Wednesday night, a source told ESPN.
With the storm projected to hit further west in Louisiana on Friday night, the Saints don’t anticipate the need to relocate for practice this week or for Monday night’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers in the Superdome.
Earlier Wednesday, sources confirmed that the Saints and the NFL had made contingency plans to relocate to Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium if needed. The Colts play the Browns in Cleveland on Sunday.
The Saints’ contingency plans were first reported by The Athletic.
The NFL generally has weather-related contingency plans in place for games — as it did for the recent California wildfires, for example.
“We will continue to monitor developments in the area and remain in contact with the clubs,” league spokesman Brian McCarthy said. “We always have contingency plans for all games.”
The Saints are scheduled to hold their first practice of the week on Thursday.