The New Orleans Saints announced the team's preseason schedule Wednesday afternoon.
The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with free-agent center Brian de la Puente.
De la Puente played for New Orleans for the past three seasons, starting 44 of 48 games.
The New Orleans Saints have agreed to a two-year deal with cornerback Champ Bailey, the team announced Friday.
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - The NFL is a grind. From the heat and humidity of training camp, through the highs and lows of a season to that final moment of pure joy for one team, but misery for 31 others.
It's become a year-round business, however there is a period of time, when the players get away and pursue their off the-field interests. Many remain athletic in nature, some travel the world, others just relax.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees and his wife will finally have a baby girl.
ESPN is reporting the Super Bowl winning Saints player announced the gender of his fourth child on E!'s "Chelsea Lately" show.
Brees and his wife, Brittany, are expecting their little girl in August. The couple already has three boys, Baylen, 5, Bowen, 3, and Callen, 1.
Brees told E! News back in February that that when he asked all of his boys if they wanted a brother or a sister, they all replied "a sister.
Saints tight end Jimmy Graham will have to find a new way to celebrate his many touchdowns for next season.
The NFL free agency frenzy has cooled a bit and the Saints as usual didn't let their cap constraints sideline them in their pursuit to get better.
As we get closer to shift into full-time draft mode, I thought it would be a good time to evaluate where the Saints currently stand.
Jairus Byrd. It may be the biggest move in all of free agency. I've been clamoring for Byrd since last year when Buffalo franchise tagged him.
Happy birthday, Steve Gleason! No. 37 is now turning 37.
The New Orleans Saints agreed to terms on a four-year contract with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers fullback Erik Lorig, the team announced on Tuesday.
Don't call it a rebuild, the Saints will be here for years. At least that's what their latest round of moves would suggest.
The Saints came into this off season knowing they would have to make painful cuts. And they did what they had to do in that regard. However, if you thought this team was going to sit on the sideline and ‘rebuild' while others in the NFC were getting better, think again.
Losing mainstays like Jonathan Vilma, Roman Harper, Lance Moore, Will Smith, Malcolm Jenkins and Darren Sproles certainly signal a new era is here.