There is nothing like a good football season, and with fewer COVID-19 restrictions more folks are pouring into the capital city. However, there’s just one problem, after Hurricane Ida hotel rooms are scarce.
After the New Orleans Saints impressive 38-3 win over the reigning NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, a handful of offensive coaches have tested positive for COVID according to ESPN’s Senior NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott makes no bones about it. He’s glad to be back at training camp and glad to be back in the uniform. In spite of his success in the past, this is all new - post-injury.
“This building is incredibly important to New Orleans economy to the hospitality industry and to our residents itself so we want every world-class event that’s looking for a home to consider the superdome in its selection process its good for the city its good for the building it’s good for the team,” said Martindale.
“So by this time next year, I’m hoping absolutely we'll be able to celebrate and host events in this city like no one can do, so it’s an exciting time and how far we’ve come, but let me tell you the light's clearly at the end of the tunnel,” said Mayor Latoya Cantrell.