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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Gleason the honorary captain for coin toss before Saints-Falcons – on the 10-year anniversary of his unforgettable blocked punt the night the Superdome reopened after Hurricane Katrina on Monday Night Football against the Falcons. And quarterback Drew Brees leads the crowd in the "Who Dat" chant before kickoff.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Powerful display of unity between the rival Saints and Falcons after the national anthem – the two teams joining hands in a wide circle around the field. Saints RB Mark Ingram said he and other players wanted to do something in the wake of more police shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte and support the cause of growing protestors around the NFL. But they wanted it to be a sign of unity and not take be something of division or controversy.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Marlins' Dee Gordon legs out an infield single in his second at bat. He's having a big night.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

"Really good chance" Rams CB E.J. Gaines plays this Sunday against the Cardinals, Jeff Fisher said. He wasn't as definitive about WRs Nelson Spruce or Pharoh Cooper, but they will practice.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

After the Marlins' Dee Gordon gets his first homer of the season in the first inning, Justin Bour gets his first career triple in the second inning. Interesting.



Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrus Peat is warming up at left tackle for the Saints tonight in place of injured starter Terron Armstead. The first-round pick from 2015 has suffered through some ups and downs in his career. But LT is his most natural position, and he has been off to a decent start this year at left guard. Veteran backup Senio Kelemete is warming up as the starting left guard.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

We will see if Jacob Tamme, who leads the Falcons in receptions, is a factor tonight. When Falcons have gone with their three tight end set, Matt Ryan is 8 for 9 passing with an average of 16.9 yards per attempt.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

This could be a big night for Saints rookie WR Michael Thomas with Willie Snead out with a toe injury. The 6-3, 212-pounder was the breakout star of training camp and the preseason – but the Saints' depth at WR limits his opportunities. Thomas has 10 catches for 114 yards on 11 targets this year.