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Saints News, 3/16/16: Delvin Breaux Leads Saints in Performance Based Pay

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The Saints are still paying for Junior Galette . . . and he's still playing for another team. Washington re-signed Galette, who was sidelined all of 2015 with an injury, to a one year deal worth $4 million in an incentive laden contract. The Saints, hoping to shore up their own defensive front, have brought in former Washington DE Jason Hatcher for a visit. Delvin Breaux came in 10th in the league in performance based pay, and ended up leading the Saints in that category.

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