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Saints 2017 schedule announced

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The National Football League announced the 2017 regular season schedule tonight and the highlights for the New Orleans Saints slate includes at least two prime time nationally-televised games, a nationally broadcast contest from London’s Wembley Stadium and a home opener against the defending Super Bowl champions. The Saints will open their season on the road in prime time, when they play the Minnesota Vikings Monday, September 11 (6:10 p.m. CT) at U.S. Bank Stadium in a Monday Night Football matchup, marking the fourth time that New Orleans has played Minnesota on opening day. It will be the first time New Orleans has opened up their season in prime time since 2011, the sixth time overall and the second time (first, September 10, 1990 vs. San Francisco) they have opened on Monday Night Football. It will also be the start of a four-game stretch to othat features three away contests.

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