New Orleans Saints:
Players approve new CBA: Doesn’t really help the Saints Cap Space for 2020 - Canal Street Chronicles
While the new collective bargaining agreement has been approved, the Saints still only have about $11.5 million in cap space.
Drew Brees Rumors: Latest On Contract Discussions With Saints - Bleacher Report
While no formal contract has been signed, Drew Brees is still expected to sign a similar contract that he signed two years ago, which was about $24 million.
Which Saints are entering free agency this offseason? Here’s all of them: - NOLA
A list of every Saints player entering the free agency this offseason.
Could coronavirus postpone key NFL dates? Sean Payton thinks so. - Canal Street Chronicles
Sean Payton thinks that the NFL’s free agency start date could get bumped.
New Orleans Saints hope to sign Drew Brees by March 18 - New Orleans Saints
Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis hopes have Drew Brees under contract by March 18th.
Michael Thomas Has Strong Reaction To NFL’s New CBA - The Spun
After speaking out against the new CBA before it was ratified, Michael Thomas has reacted negatively to the CBA passing.
Saints players speak out about coronavirus, importance of social distancing - NOLA
Marcus Davenport and Alex Anzalone tweet about public hygiene and social distancing.
"I know this town is craving a winner, and you're gonna get one"— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) March 14, 2020
From the day he signed 14 years ago, @DrewBrees made his presence known ⚜️ (via @NFLThrowback) pic.twitter.com/t2piXjuRyM
NFL planning to operate business as usual this week - #nfl #freeagency #cba #nflfreeagents https://t.co/RpTtRuDwuk— Saints News Network (@SaintsNews) March 15, 2020
Now official. NFL sent memo to teams, informing them: Negotiation window noon tomorrow. League year weds. Franchise designation ends tomorrow at noon. Official.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 15, 2020