Tom Benson is planning to meet again with Saints coach Tom Reid, according to an ESPN report.
Benson has not been seen in person since the team announced it was moving from New Orleans to Atlanta on Monday, but ESPN reported he has been scheduled to meet for an informal dinner Tuesday.
It is unclear whether the Saints will hold the dinner, but Reid is expected to discuss the team’s recent moves with the Saints.
The Saints are expected to move to Atlanta and open the season at the Georgia Dome on Sept. 1.
They are set to be the first team to relocate since the 1995-96 New Orleans Saints, which left the city and went to Los Angeles.
Saints coach Pete Carroll has been outspoken about wanting to see a new team in New Orleans.
He has called Reid the “first coach to work in this league that I have ever seen in a long time.”
Saints owner Thomas Benson is expected on Tuesday to meet former NFL coach Pete Carmichael, who coached the Saints from 1990-97.
Carroll is expected speak to Reid about his future with the team.
He is also expected to give Reid a call.
Carroll has said he would like Reid to remain with the organization and work in the front office.
Reid is the longest-tenured member of the Saints coaching staff, having coached for 16 years.