As the 2022 regular NFL season approaches, Saints fans are getting their first official look at this year's team.

Some faces are familiar, a lot of faces are new, and some faces we haven't seen in full uniform in quite some time—but to see the team coming together is exciting for anyone who is a fan of the black and gold.

The New Orleans Saints are set to kick off training camp this week and based on initial reports, it looks like the team will have a full attendance with many fan favorites bouncing back from significant injuries—not to mention a couple of guys who have come back "home."

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We'll add more players as their official photos and videos are made available by the New Orleans Saints media squad—but these pictures and videos will be for team use as well as official NFL press, and the giant scoreboard in the Caesar's Superdome during games.

Let's start with the ultimate Louisiana photo shoot from Saints WR Jarvis Landry who is holding up his college helmet from LSU and his high school helmet from Lutcher.

Marshon Lattimore looking ready to lock things down for another season.

Is it just me, or does AK look even bigger and stronger this year? (by the way, the speed's still there too)

Heads up! Mark Ingram is sporting a(nother) new number. Mach 5? Mambo No. 5? Doesn't matter—as long as he's scoring!

I know it's just a photo, but this is one that Saints fans will be happy to see. CantGuardMike is looking healthy, and he's ready to shake back!

Speaking of wide receivers, here's another Ohio State ball catcher named Chris Olave who is ready to dominate his rookie season in NOLA.

Back in his role as the Swiss army knife—Taysom Hill is ready to roll.

Demario Davis is definitely ready to lead one of the most exciting Saints defensive units in quite some time.

Speaking of defensive leaders, Cameron Jordan is back and stomping in his Cam Force Ones.

Ladies and gentlemen, QB1 Jameis Winston.

Ceedy says enough with the talk—let's play football.

Who's ready for Maye all day?

Formerly Deonte Harris—now OFFICIALLY Deonte Harty.

Oh, and the rookies are ready too. Alonte Taylor for the first time in Black and Gold.

Backup quarterback Andy Dalton with the jersey swap with Ingram.

Who want the Smoke (Monday)?

Big Ram Tough.

There were a few key players missing including Tyrann Mathieu—a player that everyone is looking forward to seeing in black and gold for the first time. It will also give fans an official signal of what number the former LSU standout will be wearing as his jersey will definitely become a top seller in Louisiana.

In the meantime, enjoy even more behind-the-scenes photos below. We'll add more as they pop up, so share these with your fellow Saints fans and keep checking back!