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New Orleans Saints stick with cornerback Kyle Fuller at pick No. 27 | Katherine Terrell's NFL mock draft

Wednesday, 16 April 2014 11:01
The New Orleans Saints have begun to address their needs in free agency, re-signing right tackle Zach Strief and adding Jairus Byrd. While their philosophy is to take the best player available, that's not always possible by the time the draft begins. The Saints will have the 27th pick in the draft, held May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
New Orleans Saints stick with cornerback Kyle Fuller at pick No. 27 | Katherine Terrell's Mock Draft
Wednesday, 16 April 2014 09:46
The New Orleans Saints have begun to address their needs in free agency, re-signing right tackle Zach Strief and adding Jairus Byrd. While their philosophy is to take the best player available, that's not always possible by the time the draft begins. The Saints will have the 27th pick in the draft, held May 8-10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
Report: Five NFL Draft cornerbacks visit Saints Tuesday
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 16:30
Aaron Colvin shined for Oklahoma before a college all-star game injury affected his draft rating. It is known the New Orleans Saints are likely to add a cornerback in the 2014 NFL Draft. Fueling that theory, the team reportedly host a quintet of prospects Tuesday.
New Orleans Saints turn to secondary for latest 2014 NFL draft visits
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 15:30
Secondary continues to stand as a point of emphasis for the New Orleans Saints leading up to the 2014 NFL draft. The Saints have hosted or will host several defensive backs, according to league sources and Twitter feeds of players, like Oklahoma State's Justin Gilbert, Ohio State's Bradley Roby, Lindenwood's Pierre Desir, Nebraska's Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Oklahoma's Aaron Colvin, Louisville's Calvin Pryor and Baylor's Demetri Goodson.
Saints show interest in Gilbert, Pryor, Rice
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 08:17
The New Orleans Saints have overhauled their secondary more than any other position group over the past two years, adding free agents Jairus Byrd, Keenan Lewis and Champ Bailey and first-round draft pick Kenny Vaccaro. But don't think for a second that the Saints will ignore those positions in the draft -- especially if they get a crack at a top prospect such as Oklahoma State cornerback Justin Gilbert or Louisville safety Calvin Pryor.
Drew Brees and Peyton Manning keep finding new (and old) NFL records to break | Paolo Bandini
Tuesday, 15 April 2014 07:03
Manning, and the Broncos, look better than ever Peyton Manning is running out of records to break. In four weeks, the Denver Broncos quarterback has thrown 16 touchdowns, the most ever by a single player inside the first month of a season. Manning is also yet to throw an interception. The last signal caller to reach 16 touchdowns without a pick was Milt Plum in 1960 – and he needed 10 games to reach that…
May 3 deadline to extend Jordan, Ingram
Monday, 14 April 2014 12:46
The New Orleans Saints have to decide by May 3 whether they want to extend the contracts of their 2011 first-round draft picks -- defensive end Cameron Jordan and running back Mark Ingram -- through the 2015 season. Jordan’s extension is expected to cost $6.969 million for 2015 and Ingram’s $5.211 million, according to ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton, who wrote about the looming fifth-year extensions around the league.
Loomis: Saints' offseason going as planned
Monday, 14 April 2014 07:16
From the outside looking in, the New Orleans Saints’ offseason has probably seemed a bit hectic. The Saints have been full of surprises, from the big-name acquisitions of Jairus Byrd and Champ Bailey to the big-name departures of Darren Sproles and others. [+] Enlarge Derick E. Hingle/USA TODAY SportsMickey Loomis has made several key additions to the Saints' roster despite salary-cap constraints.
New Orleans Saints offseason update edition | Black and Gold Today
Saturday, 12 April 2014 09:16
In a special offseason Black and Gold Today, sports reporter Rachel Whittaker and Saints beat writer Larry Holder discuss the impact moves the Saints have made in free agency - think secondary and offensive line in particular - as they're about now $3.6 million under the salary cap. Plus, the NFL draft is May 8-10...where will the Saints aim with the No.
Why Jairus Byrd to the Saints Is the Key NFL Offseason Acquisition so Far
Friday, 11 April 2014 19:30
On March 11, free-agent safety Jairus Byrdagreed to a six-year, $54 million dollar contract with the New Orleans Saints. While that seems like an eternity ago with all the activity of free agency, the Saints’ acquisition of Byrd still remains the single most important move of the NFL offseason so far. Byrd spent five outstanding seasons with the Buffalo Bills, going to the Pro Bowl in three of them.
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