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Saints’ Michael Burton says New Orleans is ‘ideal situation’ for fullbacks - NOLA
Recent Saints’ sign fullback Michael Burton calls his return to New Orleans “a comeback.”
Janoris Jenkins agrees to renegotiated contract with Saints, details updated - Canal Street Chronicles
Details on cornerback Janoris Jenkins’ new contract reveals $7.2 million in cap space.
3 Saints Players Least Likely to Still Be on the Roster by the End of 2020 - Fanduel
Guard Nick Easton, defensive tackle Mario Edwards, and right guard Larry Warford are named as 3 players least likely to be with the Saints by the end of the year.
Five more XFL players the Saints should consider - Canal Street Chronicles
Following the signing of Deatrick Nichols, Houston Roughnecks wide receiver Cam Phillips, Dallas Renegades tight end Donald Parham, Tampa Bay Vipers offensive tackle Martez Ivey, Tampa Bay Vipers quarterback and running back Quinton Flowers, and Los Angeles Wildcats defensive end Shaun Oakman are listed as players that the Saints should consider.
Saints By Position: Top 5 fullbacks in franchise history - Crescent City Sports
Recent retired Saints fullback Zach Lane given an honorable mention in list of top 5 fullback in Saints’ history.
Three possible remaining free agent fits for the Saints - Canal Street Chronicles
Defensive end Everson Griffen, cornerback Xavier Rhodes, and wide receiver Breshad Perriman named as free agents that would be a good fit for the Saints.
Khalil Tate Should Be Targeted by New Orleans Saints - Last Word on Pro Football
Saints should target Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate in the 2020 NFL Draft.
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Former XFL Roughnecks star Deatrick Nichols had suitors | #saints #xfl #saintsnews #freeagents https://t.co/FCr1sAreZZ— Saints News Network (@SaintsNews) March 24, 2020
The top play of the year from @camjordan94: the sack that won the NFC South pic.twitter.com/rnkFOOjCpA— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) March 24, 2020