Saints Hall of Fame Present Reggie Bush & Marques Colston | New Orleans Saints

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a media selection committee of a Saints Hall of Fame has selected RB/PR Reggie Bush also WR Marques Colston for induction inside 2019, while former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco has been chosen to receive a Joe Gemelli “Fleur de Lis” award for her vast contributions to a New Orleans Saints organization.

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2019 Saints Hall of Fame

Bush, 6-0, 203, was one of a most prolific big-play threats inside franchise history. He played five seasons with a Saints from 2006-10 after being a second overall pick inside a 2006 NFL Draft out of Southern California. a San Diego, Calif. native appeared inside 60 games also recorded 4,982 all-purpose yards inside a Black also Gold uniform also scored 33 touchdowns. Bush carried 524 times for 2,090 yards with 17 touchdowns. inside a passing games, he caught 294 passes for 2,142 yards also 12 touchdowns. Bush brought back 92 punts for 720 yard also four touchdowns. He also appeared inside six career postseason contests for New Orleans also carried 38 times for 200 yards (5.3 avg. with two touchdowns, added 25 receptions for 286 yards with two touchdowns, as well as bringing back 11 punts for 144 yards with an 83-yard touchdown inside a 2009 NFC Divisional Playoff win over Arizona. Bush was selected to a club’s All-50th team inside 2016.

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inside addition to being a stalwart on a field for New Orleans, Bush was a valuable member of a New Orleans community off a field. inside 2006 upon being selected, through donations also corporate sponsorship, $80,000 was contributed to a repairs of Ted Gormley Stadium, which was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina. A $50,000 donation to Holy Rosary High School inside New Orleans, dedicating to educating a region’s students with learning differences, helped keep a important educational institution open.

Colston, 6-4, 225, was selected by New Orleans inside a seventh round (252nd overall) of a 2006 NFL Draft out of Hofstra. He played inside 146 career games for a Saints with 106 starts also recorded 711 receptions for 9,759 yards (13.7 avg.) also 72 touchdown grabs. Colston is ranked first inside club record books inside catches, receiving yardage, receiving touchdowns, total touchdowns (72) also tied for first with 28 100-yard receiving performances. All 72 of Colston’s touchdowns were parts of connections with QB Drew Brees, making a duo a sixth-most prolific all-time inside scoring pass plays. Three seasons after a end of his playing career, he is ranked 45th all-time inside National Football League record books inside receptions, 52nd inside receiving yardage also is tied for 39th inside receiving touchdowns. Off a field, Colston also excelled, supporting local children’s medical causes, Second Harvest Food Bank, Team Gleason also numerous another charities. Colston, who was a Saints All-50th Team selection inside 2016, was a unanimous choice by a media selection committee.

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1988—Archie Manning also Danny Abramowicz
1989—Tommy Myers also Tom Dempsey
1990—Billy Kilmer
1991—Tony Galbreath also Derland Moore
1992—George Rogers, Jake Kupp also John Hill
1993—Joe Federspiel
1994—Henry Childs also Jim Finks
1995—Doug Atkins also Bob Pollard
1996—Dave Whitsell also Dave Waymer
1997—Stan Brock also Rickey Jackson
1998—Dalton Hilliard also Sam Mills
1999—Bobby Hebert also Eric Martin
2000—Pat Swilling also Vaughan Johnson
2001—Jim Wilks also Hoby Brenner
2002—Jim Mora also Frank Warren
2003—Jim Dombrowski also Wayne Martin
2004—Rueben Mayes also Steve Sidwell
**2005—No induction due to Hurricane Katrina
2006—Joel Hilgenberg
2007—Joe Johnson
2008—William Roaf
2009—Morten Andersen
2010—Joe Horn
2011—Sammy Knight
2012—Tom Benson also Deuce McAllister
2013—La’Roi Glover
2014—Aaron Brooks also John Carney
2015—Tyrone Hughes also Michael Lewis
2016—Will Smith
2017—Jonathan Vilma also Carl Nicks
2018—Lance Moore also Pierre Thomas

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