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What linebackers should the New Orleans Saints pursue in free agency?

Tuesday, 03 March 2015 02:18
The crop of free-agent NFL linebackers doesn't have a lot of star power in 2015, but there are some intriguing veterans who are trying to battle back from injury. There might also be some role players who could help the New Orleans Saints as they seek to improve upon last year's 31st-ranked defense. Check out our review of free-agent linebackers in Part 5 10-part preview of the upcoming NFL free-agent season.
New Orleans Saints 2015 free agency outlook: Linebackers
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 01:19
The New Orleans Saints don't look to be a major player in free agency this offseason. They have some work to do to get under the salary cap of $143.28 million and still leave enough money to draw in potential players. The Saints' salary-cap situation was as bad or worse in 2014, and they still managed to snag Jairus Byrd, the top free-agent safety on the market.
Suit opposes moves by Saints, Pelicans owner
Monday, 02 March 2015 17:59
NEW ORLEANS -- The type of asset swap New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson is attempting to regain control of his business interests from recently estranged heirs is being challenged in a lawsuit in Texas. The lawsuit has been brought by former San Antonio mayor Phil Hardberger and estate layer Art Bayern, whom a Texas judge recently appointed as co-receivers of one of the trusts Benson set up for his daughter, Renee.
New lawsuit attacks asset swap by Saints, Pelicans owner
Monday, 02 March 2015 16:19
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- The type of asset swap New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Tom Benson is attempting to try to regain complete control of his business interests from recently estranged heirs is being challenged in a new lawsuit in Texas. The lawsuit has been brought by former San Antonio mayor Phil Hardberger and estate layer Art Bayern, whom a Texas judge recently appointed as co-receivers of one of the trusts Benson set up…
How New Orleans Saints use NFL Draft pick No. 13 | Black and Gold Today
Monday, 02 March 2015 09:50
Fascinating facts exist about No. 13 overall picks in the NFL Draft in history. On today's edition of Black and Gold Today, join sports reporter Rachel Whittaker and Saints beat writer Evan Woodbery for a glimpse at the New Orleans Saints' unprecedented history in that spot and what direction they'll go in NFL Draft 2015. Plus, Sean Payton spoke to running back Mark Ingram on Monday.
New Orleans Saints better prepare for running back Mark Ingram to run out the door: Larry Holder
Monday, 02 March 2015 06:04
Mark Ingram wasn't worth $5 million to the New Orleans Saints for the 2015 season in May 2014 when the team declined to pick up a fifth-year option. The Saints probably aren't willing to venture that deep into their pocket at this point either even after Ingram's best season in 2014. There are a handful of running back-hungry teams lurking in free agency with money to spend and playing time to offer.
Should the New Orleans Saints re-sign running back Mark Ingram?
Monday, 02 March 2015 05:30
With each running back that is released in 2015, the market becomes more cluttered. Already, the transaction wire is littered with veterans such as Steven Jackson, Reggie Bush and Peyton Hillis. That could be good for the Saints, who would like Ingram back if they could come to an agreement on a reasonable price. With so many running backs around, the waters might not be as warm for Ingram as previously expected.
New Orleans Saints 2015 free agency outlook: Running backs
Monday, 02 March 2015 04:20
The New Orleans Saints don't look to be a major player in free agency this offseason. They have some work to do to get under the projected salary cap of $143 million and still leave enough money to draw in potential players. The Saints' salary-cap situation was as bad or worse in 2014, and they still managed to snag Jairus Byrd, the top free-agent safety on the market.
New Orleans Saints 2015 free agency outlook: Edge rushers and outside linebackers
Monday, 02 March 2015 01:19
The New Orleans Saints don't look to be a major player in free agency this offseason. They have some work to do to get under the 2015 NFL salary cap of $143.28 million and still leave enough money to draw in potential players. The Saints' salary-cap situation was as bad or worse in 2014, and they still managed to snag Jairus Byrd, the top free-agent safety on the market.
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton says he spoke to Mark Ingram on Monday
Sunday, 01 March 2015 15:49
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton said he spoke with upcoming free agent running back Mark Ingram on Monday. Payton reiterated his hope that Ingram would remain with the Saints in an interview with Jennifer Hale during the New Orleans Pelicans TV broadcast on Monday night. Payton made similar comments about Ingram last month at the NFL Combine. "Hopefully he's someone that's back in the Black & Gold because he's been big part of our…
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