Professional football teams change rosters rapidly (case in point: just seven players remain from the Saints' 2009 Super Bowl winning roster) so it can be easy to lose track of what players are up to, especially after they've left the limelight. Here are what some former Saints are up to now — their post-New Orleans lives are as varied as their careers wearing Black & Gold.
Motivational speaker at high schools and churches in the Gulf South. Launched line of sausages.
(1986-1996, head coach)
Analyst on the NFL Network and WDSU-TV.
(1997-1999, head coach)
Covers the NFL for ESPN, owns a chain of restaurants, lent his name to a variety of products (wine, sausages, cigars), does ads for various companies (State Farm, Pepsi-Cola, Overstock.com).
(1999-2001, running back)
Assistant coach for the football team at the University of the Incarnate Word in Texas.
///Deuce McAllister(2001-2009, running back)
Lent his name to Deuce McAllister's Ole Saint Kitchen & Tap on Royal Street in the French Quarter.
Real-estate developer in his hometown of Newport News, Virginia.
(2000-2006, wide receiver)
Sells his signature "Bayou 87" barbecue sauce in supermarkets across Louisiana.
(2001-2005, 2009-2011, kicker)
Runs a football kicking academy and consulting firm in California.
Owns a Brother Jimmy's BBQ franchise in Miami.
Football analyst for Fox Sports 1.
Co-hosts the outdoors program Southern Chaos on the Sportsman Channel.
Accused of sexual assault by nine women in six states; currently in a Los Angeles jail awaiting Sept. 16 preliminary hearing on charges of drugging and raping two California women.