New Orleans Saints Radio Network

New Orleans Saints Football on the Radio

New Orleans Saints Football on the Radio

You can listen to live New Orleans Saints games online or on the radio dial. The New Orleans Saints Radio Network represents one of the biggest and most-listened to professional sports network in the NFL.  See a full listing of all the Saints radio stations below

CityCall SignFrequency
AlexandriaKZMZ96.9 FM
Baton RougeWDGL98.1 FM
BogalusaWBOX92.2 FM, 920 AM
HoumaKJIN1490 AM
JenningsKJEF1290 AM
LafayetteKMDL , KPEL97.3 FM, 1420 AM
Lake CharlesKNGT, KLCB99.5 FM, 1270 AM
MonroeKMLB540 AM
MoreauvilleKLIL92.1 FM
Morgan CityKQKI95.3 FM
New OrleansWWL870 AM or 105.3 FM
RustonKRLQ94.1 FM
ShreveportKTAL98.5 FM
Ville PlatteKVPI92.5 FM, 1520 AM
ByamWJIX1450 AM
ColumbiaWCJU104.6 FM
GreenvilleWDMS100.7 FM
HattiesburgWMXI98.1 FM
Hattiesburg/RichtonWXHB96.5 FM
JacksonWJDX105.3 FM, 620 AM
LucedaleWRBE106.9 FM
McCombWAZA102.3 FM
MeridianWALT102.1 FM, 910 AM
NatchezWQNZ95.1 FM
PrentissWJDR98.3 FM
VicksburgWQBC1420 AM
New Orleans Saints Football on the Radio Deuce McAllister

Deuce McAllister


Deuce McAllister is an American former football running back who played eight seasons for the New Orleans Saints in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Ole Miss and was drafted by the Saints in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft. McAllister was selected to two Pro Bowls in his career.

New Orleans Saints Football on the Radio Mike Hoss

Mike Hoss

Play by Play

Hoss grew up in Manassas, Virginia and attended James Madison University on a golfing scholarship. He joined WWL-TV as a sports reporter in 1989 and later anchored its weekly highlight show “Fourth Down on Four.”

New Orleans Saints Football on the Radio Jeff Nowak

Jeff Nowak

Sideline Reporter

Jeff Nowak, a WWL sports digital producer & co-host of the Inside Black & Gold podcast, joined Mike and Charlie to recap the Saints’ rookie minicamp. Nowak talked about the transition between college football and the NFL. Mike compared Kendre Miller to Aaron Jones. Nowak said Nick Saldiveri impressed him. He also shared his thoughts on Bryan Bresee and James Washington.