Saints50 (@Saints) September 7, 2016
Brees on @J_7TRE_E: "It's great to have the big fella back...he's one of the O.G.'s"— #Saints50 (@Saints) September 7, 2016
#Saints and QB Drew Brees have agreed in principle to a 1-year extension, source said. He gets $44.25M fully guaranteed. over the next 2 yrs— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 7, 2016
Banner only showcases former players, that's why the Brees isn't on it https://t.co/rekQHAZYcf— #Saints50 (@Saints) September 7, 2016
Hallways and meeting rooms pay homage to Saints greats of the past. Such a great upgrade throughout the facility. https://t.co/ZNN5EO9AfC— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) September 7, 2016
the saints have to score 50 points per game to ensure victory with that defense https://t.co/rqHdYsnMQ4— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) September 7, 2016
Saints tried to get Sterling Moore last year when he left Dallas.— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) September 7, 2016
Always thought sticking point with Brees was guaranteeing 3rd year. Sounds like Saints can "get out" - albeit with huge Cap hit - after two.— Andrew Brandt (@AndrewBrandt) September 7, 2016
Q&A: Sean Payton's Wednesday Conference Call
Audio and quotes from Sean Payton's Wednesday conference call
Brees announces contract extension with Saints
Drew Brees announces his contract extension with the New Orleans Saints and discusses how the team is preparing for their season opener against the Raiders.
Deflategate envelops the team at the season's start, but might a deflated feeling be experienced elsewhere at season's end?
The two-time 1,000-yard receiver agreed with the team on a contract that will keep him with the Broncos through the 2019 season.
After 10 seasons playing alongside Ed Reed, Terrell Suggs said it will take time to get used to seeing the former Pro Bowl safety on the sidelines.
Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer had a conference call with New England media on Wednesday to discuss Sunday night's opener against the Patriots and he was asked about a Patriots player who will be missing from the game because of a suspension. No, it wasn't defensive end Rob Ninkovich.
Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane has said he plans to sit during the national anthem this season, and there were hints from the Seahawks locker room Wednesday that Lane may not be alone in doing so.