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Saints | Two Saints backs may not make it

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 07:40:26 -0700

New Orleans Saints RB Travaris Cadet and RB Marcus Murphy are projected as roster cuts with RB Alvin Kamara's versatility.

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Saints | Third QB may not stick in New Orleans

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 07:40:01 -0700

New Orleans Saints QB Garrett Grayson and QB Ryan Nassib will need a strong preseason in order to earn a place as the third quarterback on the team.

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Saints | Veteran LBs could be in jeopardy

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 23:54:58 -0700

The New Orleans Saints could cut one or more veteran linebackers before the start of the regular season, according to ESPN's Mike Triplett. Among the players he identifies that might be released are LBs Stephone Anthony, Dannell Ellerbe and Manti Te'o.

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Saints | New Orleans places two on NFI

Thu, 20 Jul 2017 23:52:00 -0700

The New Orleans Saints placed WR Travin Dural (undisclosed) and DT Devaroe Lawrence (knee) on the Non-Football Injury List Thursday, July 20.

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Saints | A.J. Klein may be on track to start

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 15:48:23 -0700

New Orleans Saints LB A.J. Klein may enter training camp as the leading candidate for the middle linebacker job, but he will have to compete with LBs Manti Te'o, Stephone Anthony and Craig Robertson for the job.

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Saints | Dannell Ellerbe expected to start

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 15:40:37 -0700

New Orleans Saints LB Dannell Ellerbe is expected to start at weakside linebacker this season with LB Craig Robertson as the likely backup at the position.

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Saints | Ted Ginn to be No. 3 WR

Sun, 16 Jul 2017 15:39:56 -0700

New Orleans Saints WR Ted Ginn Jr. will be the team's No. 3 receiver this season and can also be used as a kick or punt returner.

Fantasy Tip: Ginn posted at least 700 yards in each of the last two seasons but could improve those numbers as part of the Saints offense in 2017. He should receive plenty of playing time this season and could be at least a No. 4 fantasy receiver.

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Saints | Mark Ingram perfect as a red zone receiver

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 19:35:38 -0700

New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram hauled in all 10 of his targets inside the 20 last season, making him only one of five players with at least five such targets to catch every one.

Fantasy Tip: Adrian Peterson has made a lot of noise recently about proving himself as a receiver, but Ingram and rookie Alvin Kamara are better equipped to handle that work. With that said, at least 22 percent of the Saints' targets have been directed at the running back position over the last 10 seasons, and the average during the span is 26 percent. In short, there should be plenty of opportunities for all three backs to get their fill of catches. Ingram should be considered a high-upside RB3.

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Saints | Naysayers motivate Adrian Peterson

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 15:07:25 -0700

New Orleans Saints RB Adrian Peterson is motivated by those who doubt his age, ability, health, etc. "I'd be lying to say [the doubt] doesn't [motivate me]," Peterson said. "You want to do things people say you can't do."

Fantasy Tip: There is credence to the doubt surrounding Peterson. At 32 years old, Peterson has missed almost two full seasons in the last three years. He'll be splitting playing time with Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara to boot. Nonetheless, he is Adrian Peterson, after all. View him as a flex option in a high-scoring, high-flying offense.

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Saints | Adrian Peterson eyes 500 receiving yards

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 09:06:48 -0700

New Orleans Saints RB Adrian Peterson has had more than 400 receiving yards only once in his career, but he is shooting for 500 in 2017. "I was attracted to playing with (Drew) Brees, a guy who is good at distributing the ball to different players. I know in this system, I'll get some opportunities to catch the ball in space. Drew Brees, he'll get the ball to me," Peterson said.

Fantasy Tip: Brees loves throwing to his running backs, but 500 receiving yards is a big ask in a backfield which also has Mark Ingram, Alvin Kamara and maybe even Travaris Cadet vying for touches. Peterson will be fortunate to top 1,000 total yards this season, and owners should be thrilled if he can give them roughly 750 yards rushing and 350 receiving to go along with eight to 10 touchdowns. He's on the RB2 borderline and probably should be drafted as a RB3.

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Saints | Adrian Peterson to see 150 carries?

Tue, 11 Jul 2017 08:14:29 -0700

New Orleans Saints RB Adrian Peterson is likely on tap for 150 carries, according to Saints color commentator Deuce McAllister. "If he gets (about 150 carries), he'll get probably 700 to 1,000 yards," McAllister said. Peterson is keeping his weight between 215 and 219 pounds with 6 percent body fat. Peterson, who has totaled more than 400 receiving yards once, said he'd like to tally 500 receiving yards.

Fantasy Tip: It's important not to get overhyped about the 32-year-old's aspirations. He is a freak of nature, but very few backs have been this productive at his age. They also have Pro Bowler Mark Ingram and third-rounder Alvin Kamara, who projects as a Darren Sproles type. Peterson is an RB3 in fantasy that could receive a boost in this dynamic offense if everything goes right.

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Saints | Michael Thomas can make his mark

Tue, 04 Jul 2017 16:02:31 -0700

New Orleans Saints WR Michael Thomas can become the seventh wide receiver in NFL history to achieve 2,000 yards and 20 touchdowns over his first two seasons. The other players to accomplish this feat are former NFL WRs Dave Parks, Randy Moss, John Jefferson, Bob Hayes, Bill Groman and New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr.

Fantasy Tip: Thomas was easily the best rookie receiver last year and is now the No. 1 wide receiver in New Orleans with the departure of Brandin Cooks. The Saints pass a ton, so don't be surprised to see Thomas make history in 2017. He's a low-end WR1 option heading into his sophomore season.

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Saints | Drew Brees chasing completions record

Mon, 03 Jul 2017 14:19:48 -0700

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees is 465 completions away from breaking former NFL QB Brett Favre's all-time completions record of 6,300. Brees is capable of breaking the record in 2017 as he has completed more than 465 passes in one season on two different occasions (2011 and 2016).

Fantasy Tip: Brees will have more than his fair share of NFL records if he can stay healthy for the next couple seasons. He's arguably the most consistent fantasy quarterback in NFL history and should be one of the first quarterbacks taken in drafts again this year.

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Saints | QB says Terron Armstead injury big blow

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 16:25:25 -0700

New Orleans Saints OT Terron Armstead's (shoulder) shoulder injury is a big blow for the 2017 season, according to QB Drew Brees.

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Saints | David Onyemata could have bigger role

Tue, 27 Jun 2017 13:51:01 -0700

New Orleans Saints DT David Onyemata could receive a bigger role on defense this season because DT Nick Fairley (heart) has been ruled out.

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Allen Jack C
Anthony Stephone LB
Anzalone Alex LB
Armstead Terron OT
Banjo Chris FS
Barnes Khalif OT
Bell Vonn SS
Bighill Adam LB
Breaux Delvin CB
Brees Drew QB
Bush Rafael SS
Cadet Travaris RB
Calhoun Taveze CB
Coleman Brandon WR
Crawley Ken CB
Daniel Chase QB
Davison Tyeler DT
Drescher Justin OL
Dural Travin WR
Edmunds Trey RB
Ellerbe Dannell LB
Fairley Nick DL
Fleener Coby TE
Fuller Corey WR
Fullington John OT
Fulwood Ahmad WR
Gafford Thomas LS
Gaitor Anthony CB
Ginn Jr. Ted WR
Grayson Garrett QB
Griffin Garrett TE
Gwacham Obum DE
Harbor Clay TE
Harper Roman SS
Harris Bryce OT
Harris De'Vante CB
Harris Erik S
Hendrickson Trey DE
Hill Josh TE
Hoomanawanui Michael TE
Ingram Mark RB
Jenkins Alex DE
Jordan Cameron DL
Kamara Alvin RB
Kelemete Senio OT
Kikaha Hau'oli LB
Klein A.J. LB
Kruger Paul LB
Kuhn John FB
Lampman Jake WR
Lasco Daniel RB
Lattimore Marshon CB
Lawrence Devaroe DT
LeRibeus Josh OG
Lewis Tommylee WR
Loewen Mitchell DL
Lutz Will PK
Mabry Ashaad DL
Mauti Michael LB
McDaniel Tony DL
Moore Sterling CB
Morstead Thomas P
Muhammad Al-Quadin DE
Murphy Marcus RB
Nassib Ryan QB
Okafor Alex LB
Onyemata David DT
Peat Andrus OT
Peterson Adrian RB
Phillips John TE
Ramczyk Ryan OT
Rankins Sheldon DL
Robertson Craig LB
Robinson-Woodgett John FB
Sanford Jamarca SS
Snead Willie WR
Strief Zach OT
Stupar Nathan LB
Swann Damian CB
Tapp Darryl LB
Te'o Manti LB
Therezie Robenson S
Thomas Justin WR
Thomas Michael WR
Trusnik Jason LB
Turner Landon OG
Unger Max C
Vaccaro Kenny FS
Van Horn Clint OG
Warford Larry OG
Watt Chris OG
Williams Jordan WR
Williams Marcus A. FS
Williams P.J. CB
Wilson Kyle CB
Zimmer Justin DL

Allen Dennis DC
Banta Bradford AC
Byrd Charles AC
Campbell Dan AC
Carmichael Pete OC
Curry Ronald AC
Dalrymple Dan AC
Giunta Peter AC
Glenn Aaron AC
Ireland Jeff TO
Johnson Curtis AC
Lombardi Joe AC
Loomis Mickey GM
Nielsen Ryan AC
Nolan Mike AC
Payton Sean HC
Roushar Dan AC
Thomas Joel AC