New Orleans Saints News:
Saints officially-licensed face coverings with new design now available - Canal Street Chronicles
Officially licensed Saints face coverings are now available, with a new, more protective design.
New Orleans Saints running back Ty Montgomery looking to build on strong finish from last season - New Orleans Saints
Ty Montgomery speaks in an interview about his contract extension and his expectations for himself next year.
New Orleans Saints place franchise tag on Marcus Williams - Canal Street Chronicles
The New Orleans Saints have reportedly placed a franchise tag on Marcus Williams.
Ex-NFL star Ricky Williams reveals one regret he has about career - Fox News
Former Saints running back Ricky Williams speaks on his NFL career.
Purdue’s Rondale Moore would bring playmaking to Saints offense - Canal Street Chronicles
A look at Purdue receiver Rondale Moore and where he could fit in the Saints offense.
Saints re-sign veteran running back and core special teamer Dwayne Washington: report - NOLA
While terms of the contract are not yet known, Dwayne Washington has re-signed with the Saints.
2021 Draft prospect Michael Strachan talks draft prep, proving himself from a small school and much more - Canal Street Chronicles
University of Charleston receiver Michael Strachan speaks on his future in the NFL, specifically about how he thinks he would fit in with New Orleans.
Saints place the franchise tag on safety Marcus Williams— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) March 9, 2021
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Re: The Saints' salary cap situation, in 2014, New Orleans was in a similarly-horrific financial situation. Would they be able to even field a team? Then, free agency started.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 9, 2021
And they made Jairus Byrd the highest-paid safety ... ever.
Mickey Loomis is the Lord of the Cap.
"There's no slacking on my end, and I definitely think there's more that I can show"@_WiFi_Ty_ looking to build on strong finish from last season →https://t.co/RcCgVis4qo— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) March 9, 2021