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2017 Schedule
11-5, 1st in NFC South
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Is Brees due a big payday from Saints? (1:58)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints have re-signed long snapper Zach Wood to a 1-year, $555,000 deal, a source confirmed -- no surprise since he was an exclusive rights free agent who played well after signing with New Orleans just days before the regular season started last year. It's possible the Saints will bring in some competition for him, but the former Cowboys defensive lineman has a good chance to lock down the job after his promising debut season. Wood's new deal was first reported by NOLA.com.

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Brees holds all the leverage with Saints (1:25)
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10dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Offseason moves to improve every NFC team

Seattle has big decisions to make on the Legion of Boom. The Saints need to lock up Drew Brees. The Vikings need to sign a quarterback. Here are five offseason moves to improve all 16 NFC teams.

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Saints' Pro Bowl rookies take over Mardi Gras (0:39)
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Kamara interacts with fans during Mardi Gras parade (0:39)

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

It seems like Alvin Kamara enjoyed his first Mardi Gras parade, pretending to drink boxed wine and then teasing the crowd with the possibility of throwing his jersey off the float.

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Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Endymion is getting rolling in New Orleans as Steve Gleason arrives. He's riding in the float behind Alvin Kamara and Marshon Lattimore.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints RB Alvin Kamara loves Airheads. So naturally they put some in the float for his first Mardi Gras parade. He and Saints CB Marshon Lattimore are riding in Endymion today.

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Stephen A.: Saints are 'No. 1 team everyone needs to worry about' (1:15)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

$3.4 million of Coby Fleener's $6.3 million salary for 2018 is scheduled to become fully guaranteed on Wednesday. But it's possible that the Saints could not save that money even if they wanted to release the veteran tight end, since the money is already guaranteed for injury and Fleener finished last season on injured reserve with a concussion. Fleener, 29, is a potential roster cut this year because of his lofty salary and the fact that he played only about 24 snaps per game last year. He finished with 22 catches for 295 yards and two touchdowns in 11 games.

Team Stats

Passing Yards261.85th
Rushing Yards129.45th
Points For28.04th
Points Against20.410th