Saints News, 4/21/14: Saints Pick Up Fifth-Year Option on Cam Jordan

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According to Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have picked up the option on defensive end Cam Jordan, locking him in through the 2015 season with a $6.969 million salary. In other news, Saints players returned to the facility today to begin the team's offseason conditioning program and the NFL says it will release the 2014 regular season schedule either Wednesday or Thursday of this week.

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Saints News

New Orleans Saints pick up Cameron Jordan 2015 option - ESPN
The New Orleans Saints exercised their fifth-year option on Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Jordan, a league source told ESPN. The one-year option is worth $6.969 million.

Saints Exercise Fifth-Year Option on Jordan
Cam Jordan will be scheduled to make a base salary of $6.969 million in 2015, which will prevent him from hitting the open market as a free agent.

Report: Saints exercise fifth-year option on DE Cameron Jordan - CBSSports.com
Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan will remain in New Orleans through the 2015 season.

New Orleans Saints exercise fifth-year option on defensive end Cam Jordan | NOLA.com
Cam Jordan will make a base salary of $6.967 million

Saints pick up fifth-year option on Cam Jordan | ProFootballTalk
According to Larry Holder of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have picked up the option on defensive end Cam Jordan, locking him in through the 2015 season with a $6.969 million salary.

New Orleans Saints players 'excited' to return to work - ESPN
The New Orleans Saints' players are officially back to work for the start of the 2014 season. Monday marks the beginning of the team's offseason condi

Saints, NFL players try workout routine in the sand | wwltv.com New Orleans
Saints players Rod Sweeting and Keenan Lewis are among a dozen or so NFL players who sweat in out in the sand in Metairie as part of their offseason workout. If you've ever tried running in sand, then you'll know why it's quite a workout.

Recent history of the 27th pick in the NFL Draft | The Saints Nation

Deuce McAllister was drafted by the New Orleans Saints 13 years ago today
Deuce McAllister was drafted by the New Orleans Saints with the 23rd pick overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft on April 21, 2001

Registration is open for the New Orleans Saints Special Teams Clinic with Greg McMahon on May 30
The event will be hosted at the Saints Training Facility

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NFL News

Schedule release now planned for Wednesday, maybe Thursday | ProFootballTalk
The NFL still doesn't have a firm plan for the release of the 2014 regular-season schedule. A source with knowledge of the process says the current target is Wednesday, with the possibility it will be nudged to Thursday.

Peyton Manning says he wasn’t in Alabama with Adam Gase | ProFootballTalk
The NFL is looking into the possibility that Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and offensive coordinator Adam Gase violated NFL rules about coaches and players working together outside prescribed times in the offseason when they met with Alabama coach Nick Saban recently, although Manning has now j...

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