Danny Abramowicz was one of the franchise’s early stars. He had 309 catches for 4,875 yards for the Saints from 1967 to 1973.
Archie Manning led the Saints from 1971 through 1982 during which time he reacked up nearly 22,000 yards and threw 115 touchdowns.
Chuck Muncie became the first Saints runner to gain 1,000 yards in a season. He achieved the feat in 1969 when he gained 1,198 yards on 238 carries.
Tackle Willie Roaf was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Feb. 4, 2012.
Defensive end Frank Warren played in 189 games for the Saints.
Dave Waymer is the franchise’s all-time leading interceptor. He picked off 37 passes which he returned for 395 yards in the 1980s.
Kicker Morten Andersen had 1,318 of his NFL record 2,544 points while handling the Saints’ placekicking duties from 1982-1994.
Drew Brees is well represented inside the Pro Football Hall of Fame with memorabilia from several of his record-setting performances including his memorable 2011 season in which he shattered the single-season passing mark held by Hall of Famer Dan Marino.
Former Oilers great Earl Campbell finished his playing career with the Saints.
Quinn Early amassed 270 receptions during his years in a Saints uniform from 1991-95.
Rams’ Hall of Fame end Tom Fears was the team’s first head coach.
Hall of Famer Jim Finks was President/General Manager of the Saints and led the club to its first-ever winning season and playoff appearance in 1987.
Billy Kilmer gave the Saints some veteran leadership in the franchise’s early days. His 96-yard TD pass to Walter Roberts in 1967 remains a team record.