Atlanta airport GM: Egging Saints bus is 'unacceptable'

Chris Graythen

The general manager of Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport is not on board with the egging of the Saints' team bus by airport employees.

Louis Miller, the general manager of Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport, weighed in on the egging of the New Orleans Saints' team bus by airport employees, saying, according to Fox 5 Atlanta on Thursday, "this behavior is unacceptable and will not be tolerated."

The Saints, who are in town for a big NFC South showdown with the Atlanta Falcons in primetime on Thursday night, took to Twitter to paint the picture as they began taking egg fire from airport workers while hopping on buses on the airport tarmac following their flight on Wednesday.

New Orleans, at 5-6, is still fighting for a playoff spot in the NFC as the Saints have won three of their last four games. They also handed the Falcons their only loss of the season, after earning a 31-27 win at home back in Week 10. The teams have been fierce rivals for some time, and, including the Week 10 victory, New Orleans has won four of the last five meetings.


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