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The New Orleans Saints have already begun releasing veterans to comply with the salary cap this offseason, and rumors suggest that more cuts could be on the way.
How will they replace the loss of these veterans on offense? Will they look to free agency or the draft?
Watch as Adam Lefkoe and NOLA.com's Larry Holder discuss the Saints search for a playmaker on offense in the video above.
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On this day in Saints history, March 8th, 2002, the team dealt their controversial, Heisman-winning running back to the Miami Dolphins.
On March 8, 2002, the Saints traded Williams to the Dolphins for a first-round selection in the 2002 draft and a conditional third-round selection in 2003, which was eventually upgraded to a first-round pick in 2003 based on Williams' performance. In addition, the teams swapped positions in the fourth round
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The New Orleans Saints are undergoing a bit of a personnel purge—to put it mildly. Many veterans—that are undoubted fan favorites—have been shown the door since the season met its finality. These developments have opened up the Saints to a firestorm of criticism from pundits and NFL fans alike.
Die-hard supporters of the Black and Gold have questioned not only the team's loyalty to its personnel, but some have also gone as far as to question their own loyalty to the team moving forward.
The naysayers are thinking in a short-sighted manner because
The Saints salary cap figure is looking a little better after getting rid of Lance Moore and Darren Sproles. Here is a look at exactly where they stand as they approach the upcoming free agency period.
The Saints have been making many big moves recently to free up salary cap space so they can afford not only a big contract for Jimmy Graham but also to sign both their own free agents and potential new free agents. Which leaves many wondering just where the Saints currently stand. Hopefully we can clear up any confusion.More:
It was a big week in the bayou, here’s a look at everything you might have missed:New Orelans Saints
- Saints make a decision on the future of Darren Sproles. (READ)
- Lance Moore
New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is not happy and on Friday night, he let everyone know about it on Twitter. He should not have pressed "send."
New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is not happy and on Friday night, he let everyone know about it. Upon the news that the Saints had released wide receiver Lance Moore and running back Darren Sproles, as emotional Saints and NFL fans were venting on Twitter, Graham joined the fray, tweeting this:
Wow unbelievable. Shocked and
We often say, ‘How could things get any worse?’. Well, for the New Orleans Saints, that seemed to be answered each time we asked it as the day unfolded, as yesterday’s events triggered an array of emotions from Who Dat Nation. It all started with wide receiver Lance Moore announcing early in the morning via […]
Today marks the beginning of the three-day negotiating period prior to the start of free agency. What does that mean, and what else do we need to know about free agency?
One of the first things about which many fans speculate and debate every offseason is what players will be retained or released by teams, and where free agents could potentially land. But not everyone truly understands what is going on in regards to free agents, franchise tags, and the like.
This is the first of a four-part series intended to educate our fans about what exactly will be happening over the next several months, in regards to free agency. The included questions and answers are taken directly from an NFL release.
METAIRIE, La. -- The Saints youth movement has moved to the offense.
In the span of less than 12 hours on Friday, two players said goodbye to the city of New Orleans via Twitter, and a chunk of the Saints’ offense began packing to leave town as wide receiver Lance Moore got the news early and running back Darren Sproles was informed later in the evening that their days with the team were over.
The rumors started flying Friday shortly after Moore was released. Sproles was originally thought to be a goner, and then Pro
In all my years of following the Saints, this might be the toughest off season I’ve ever seen. It’s been hard to watch some of my favorite players get released but at the end of the day it’s life in the NFL. I wasn’t surprised when the word came down that they had released Smith, Greer and Vilma, but long time NFL fans new that it wouldn’t end there.
Darren Sproles and Lance Moore became the latest victims this week. Whenever Sproles was on the field all eyes were on a player that at any time could break the game loose with his speed and quickness. Lance Moore was one of those players whose work ethic and personality made him a fan favorite.
Decisions like these have to be made and they are never easy. The
NEW ORLEANS -- The New Orleans Saints released veteran receiver Lance Moore on Friday.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport joins "NFL Total Access" with the latest on how the release of running back Darren Sproles affects the New Orleans Saints salary cap this offseason.