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Saints Will Practice at this Team's Stadium After Hurricane Ida Evacuations

The Dallas Cowboys opened up AT&T Stadium for its NFC rivals the New Orleans Saints.

The Saints plan to practice at the Arlington stadium on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday after the team left Louisiana before Hurricane Ida made landfall.

"Call the Jones family because no one does it better than they do. So yeah, having an opportunity to coach in New Orleans having gone through the hurricane challenge, I mean it's a tremendous amount of stress on the families of the Saints and the whole region, the Gulf Coast region," Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy told reporters on Sunday.

"My heart goes out to those guys. Just glad to be -- from the Jones family -- it's just great to be in a position to help."

This isn't the first time the Saints have had to temporarily relocate due to hurricanes. The team made San Antonio its home base for the 2005 season after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, according to

Ida made landfall on Sunday as a category 4 hurricane. The storm knocked out power for at least a million people in Louisiana and parts of Mississippi. Now residents are assessing the damage left behind by the heavy winds and rains.

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