Luke Johnson Lafayette Daily Advertiser Published 4:00 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 NEW ORLEANS — The staff of coaches guiding the 2019 New Orleans Saints looks an awful lot like the one that coached the team during the 2009 Super Bowl run. The head coach, Sean Payton, is the same. Offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael, quarterbacks coach Joe Lombardi and wide receivers coach Curtis Johnson also held their current positions on that 2009 staff. Defensive coordinator Dennis Allen served as the secondary coach in 2009. Pass rush coach Brian Young broke into coaching with the Saints in 2009 and has not left since. And it’s not just limited to the people coaching the players up on the field. General manager Mickey Loomis was here in 2009, and so were vice president of football operations Khai Harley and director of pro scouting Terry Fontenot. Strength coaches Dan Dalrymple and Charles Byrd have been in place since 2006 and 2008, respectively. While some of these names and faces have worn different teams’ logos in the time between the Saints’ Super Bowl win and now, the simple fact is that in a league that has a remarkable amount of turnover (there are eight new head… Read full this story
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