Mark Ingram is staying in New Orleans. The running back and the Saints agreed on a four-year deal worth $ 16 million, according to Ian Rapoport
Well, the market for running backs isn’t dead. The New Orleans Saints, who are in the worst situation relative to the salary cap in the NFL, re-signed Mark Ingram. According to multiple reports, the deal is for four years and $ 16 million. Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray, who can become a free agent ..
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Running back Mark Ingram has signed a four-year contract worth $ 16 million ($ 4 million per year) to remain with the New Orleans Saints, a league source told the website NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune on Saturday night. ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the news earlier Saturday night, on his Twitter account. Saints and RB Mark ..
The Saints have plenty of subtracting to do before they can add on the open market. But they managed to hang onto one of their own free agents first. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Saints have reached an agreement on a new four-year deal with running back Mark Ingram. A league source tells…
Ingramania! is re-sweeping Who Dat Nation. The New Orleans Saints will re-sign running back Mark Ingram to a 4-year contract, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Saints and RB Mark Ingram have reached agreement on a four-year deal, per league source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 8, 2015 Not surprising considering the news earlier this week that the ..
Ingram, 25, rushed for a career-high 964 yards in 2014 and would have been considered one of the NFL’s top free-agent backs
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By Nick Underhill
The perils of diving into the deep end of the free-agency pool are well documented.
There isn’t a chlorine strong enough to neutralize the stagnant regret that attaches itself to those brave enough to dive in headfirst. And often times those regrets turn ..
New Orleans Saints strong safety Jamarca Sanford (38) breaks up a pass during the game between the New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago on Monday, December 15, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The …