If all goes as planned, the nearly 950-mile move from the New Orleans Saints' Airline Drive headquarters to training camp at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., will occur with the same precision and timing that's come to be expected from the Saints' offense in recent years.

The goal, said Saints Administrative Director Jay Romig, who, along with director of operations James Nagaoka has been tasked with managing the logistics of the move, is to allow the players and coaches the opportunity to become the best football team they can be from the moment they arrive in West Virginia.

"We have to have everything ready to go," Romig said. "(Camp) is just for three weeks, but it's probably three of the most important weeks of the season for the organization and the guys trying to make the team."

Romig, who's been with the Saints for 39 years, said moving the team away from New Orleans for an extended period of time is a monumental task, albeit one the Saints have considerable experience with.

Nevertheless, before John Fayard Moving and Warehousing, the Saints' official movers, could begin its three-week phased relocation of the team's equipment, The Greenbrier had to turn what its owner Jim Justice described as a "typical West Virginia hillside" into a state of the art facility capable of hosting an NFL franchise.