As the 50th anniversary season of the New Orleans Saints ends, New Orleans remembers so many amazing moments. From the franchise’s creation in 1967 to the 2010 Super Bowl win, many players stand out.
Archie Manning, who began his Saints career in 1971, is one player worth remembering, not only for his finesse on the field but also for his giving spirit. In fact in 1978, Archie was awarded the NFL’s Byron White Award for his contributions to his team and the community.
Archie works with youths throughout Louisiana with the Manning Pass Camp and the Boy Scouts of America.