2021 Season

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Saints' Winston relishing 'opportunity to execute'

In competition with Taysom Hill for the Saints' No. 1 spot on the quarterback depth chart, New Orleans' Jameis Winston is focusing on his decision-making skills at training camp, and taking "what they give you."

Jameis Winston looking forward to getting more reps as starting QB for Saints (0:39)
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Saints' Payton vents at timing of Thomas surgery

Saints coach Sean Payton questioned why Michael Thomas opted not to have ankle surgery until June when the injury plagued him for much of last season. "Obviously we would've liked that to happen earlier than later. And quite honestly, it should've."

Orlovsky reorders the top 10 edge rushers in Madden NFL 22 (0:57)
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Source: Saints snag Hogan after lacrosse stint

With Michael Thomas (ankle) expected to miss the start of the season and currently on the PUP list, the Saints have added Chris Hogan, the veteran receiver who most recently was playing in the Premier Lacrosse League.

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Source: Saints, CB Poole agree to free-agent deal

The New Orleans Saints have agreed to a deal with free-agent cornerback Brian Poole, pending a physical, a source confirmed tp ESPN.

Kimes: Thomas' injury makes Saints' WR group thinnest in the NFL (1:03)
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Source: Saints' Thomas could miss season start

Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas could miss the start of the 2021 regular season after undergoing ankle surgery in June, a source told ESPN, confirming multiple reports.

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Ginn retires 'on own terms' after 14-year career

Ted Ginn Jr., who had 412 receptions for 5,742 yards and caught 33 touchdown passes over a 14-year NFL career, announced his retirement "on my own terms" Friday.

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Saints' Onyemata gets 6-game ban for failed test

The Saints' defense will be even more depleted to start the 2021 season as standout defensive tackle David Onyemata has been suspended for the first six games of the regular season for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.

The NFL storyline we should be paying more attention to (1:26)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards234.919th
Rushing Yards141.66th
Points For30.05th
Points Against21.128th