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2019 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC South
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5d

Hearing on Saints' emails with church to be open

Judge Ellen Hazeur ruled that a hearing on the confidentiality of emails between Roman Catholic officials and the NFL's Saints will be open and that "all the public has a right" to attend.

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6d

Saints owners' Catholic donations draw scrutiny

A foundation for the Saints ownership has given at least $62 million to the Archdiocese of New Orleans and other Catholic causes over the past dozen years, according to an Associated Press review.

Which team has the biggest hole to fill in the NFC South? (1:09)
7d
7d

The Right Time: Every player in the XFL is 'sorry', can't talk potential for Tayson Hill at age 30

Bomani Jones wonders what kind of following does the XFL need to break even despite fielding a league of "sorry" players (1:55). Why do we feel the need to speak Taysom Hill into existence as a franchise QB when you already have Teddy Bridgewater on your roster (15:53)? Dwyane Wade sets an example for all parents and Bo tells you why (29:42). Plus, an IYHH including a hydrogen-powered superyacht (39:28) and your "wrastlin" destruction voicemails (50:59).

7d

ESPN Daily: What's Next For Brady, Brees, And Rivers

Philip Rivers is officially ending his run with the Chargers and entering free agency. Fellow veteran QBs Tom Brady and Drew Brees are considering their options. The NFL quarterback market is filled with possibility, as the golden era of pocket passers may be ending - and the era of mobile quarterbacks just beginning. ESPN's Dan Graziano runs down the different destinies the elder statesmen of the NFL might be headed for this offseason.

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8dMike Triplett

Benson: Saints did nothing wrong helping Church

Saints owner reiterates the team's stance that they only offered input on how to work with the media when releasing the names of clergy members who have been credibly accused of abuse.

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7dMike Triplett

Hill wants shot at QB, with Saints or elsewhere

Saints restricted free agent Taysom Hill recently told The AP on a podcast that he views himself as a franchise quarterback, and though he hopes his future is in New Orleans, Hill suggested he'd be willing to go elsewhere for the "right opportunity."

Boldest predictions heading into the NFL offseason (2:02)
14d

This Just In  

Michael Thomas named AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year

Brees will take a few weeks before assessing future (1:49)
18d
18d

ESPN Daily: How One Miami Neighborhood Became An NFL Hotbed

Ahead of Super Bowl weekend, Mina Kimes takes you to the local Miami neighborhood that has given rise to some of the most famous NFL players in recent history: Chad Johnson, TY Hilton, Antonio Brown and Teddy Bridgewater, just to name a few. Hometown heroes Bridgewater, Hilton and Johnson give their insights into this Florida football hotbed.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton making Super Bowl media rounds. Told CBS Sports Radio “of course” Saints want Drew Brees back. Told ESPN's First Take it's hard for him to see change in Brees' performance level, even if he's not doing it with as many downfield throws anymore. “The job is for him to win, and he's done that,” Payton said. Most interesting note is Payton thinks it will be “unrealistic” to keep Brees, Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill. Brees, Bridgewater are unrestricted free agents. Hill is restricted.

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19d

Lawyers: Saints helped with list of accused clergy

Attorneys suing the Roman Catholic Church in Louisiana allege hundreds of confidential Saints emails show the team actively helped to shape a list of clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse that appears to be an undercount.

Wilbon isn't buying Brees retirement rumors (1:26)
20d

Team Stats

Passing Yards265.37th
Rushing Yards108.616th
Points For28.54th
Points Against21.3