NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport reports that Drew Brees could sign a contract for New Orleans for as little as $25 million, far less than he would go for in the free agency.
The Athletic attempts to answer why the Saints have received the least amount of NFL Draft Comp picks since 1994.
An official statement from the Saints and the Pelicans on COVID-19.
If the Saints can get help at wide receiver, cornerback, and on the offensive line, the Saints could make another run at the Super Bowl.
While the Saints have not officially changed any travel plans, an unnamed source says that is “soon to change.”
A look at the New Orleans Saints draft picks after compensatory picks announced for 2020 NFL Draft - New Orleans Saints
With compensatory draft picks announced, the Saints now overall draft 24th, 88th, 130th, 169th, and 203rd.
A healthy Alvin Kamara is ready to dominate your fantasy leagues again: It’s geaux time! - Canal Street Chronicles
Alvin Kamara says that he played “on 1 leg” last season, and that he is “back to 100” percent.
Saints, Pelicans are “very engaged” with various officials, medical consultants. “While we continue to operate our business, we are taking measures to best mitigate the transmission of this virus by allowing a number of our employees to work remotely and restricting travel.”— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) March 12, 2020
From NFL Now: #Saints QB Drew Brees made it clear he's not leaving New Orleans, and it sounds like he won't demand top dollar this time, either. The approach may help his team sign an additional free agent. pic.twitter.com/35TwJpZoMJ— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2020