The New Orleans Saints have determined to proceed working within the route of at TCU subsequent week in preparation for his or her Week 3 sport at New England prior to returning to their New Orleans-area headquarters in Week 4, after they will host the New York Giants all through the Superdome, coach Sean Payton acknowledged Friday.

The Saints have been displaced to the Dallas home since Aug. 28, after they flew on swiftly organized construction flights as Hurricane Ida approached Louisiana’s coast as a strong Category 4 Hurricane that in the long term inflicted widespread harm to properties and knocked out energy to the entire New Orleans home for days.

The Saints had to cancel their last preseason sport within the route of Arizona on Aug. 28 and held their last few practices of preseason at AT&T Stadium, the house matter of the Dallas Cowboys. They moved practices in Week 1 to TCU, the place coach Sean Payton’s son, Connor, is a pupil.

While the Superdome made it by the storm comparatively unscathed, the Saints first residence sport within the route of Green Bay on Sept. 12 was moved to Jacksonville, Florida. At the time that call was made, town couldn’t be sure it might need ample companies and hospitality belongings up and dealing for an NFL sport at 73,000-seat, downtown venue.

There have been furthermore uncertainties about obtainable Superdome staffing at the time the choice was made to relocate the Week 1 sport within the route of the Packers, which the Saints acquired nonetheless, 38-3.

New Orleans then returned to the Dallas home to put collectively for its Week 2 sport at Carolina this Sunday.