‘Dead money’ hurts Saints in 2015, but prognosis better for salary-cap future

METAIRIE, La. — When it comes to salary-cap management in the NFL, there’s no bigger killer than "dead money." And this year, the New Orleans Saints are carrying an unhealthy amount of it — $ 21.65 million, which ranks second most in the NFL, according to ESPN Stats and Information. That’s the price the Saints ..

Attorney: Ex-NFL player Sharper plans to resolve rape cases

Darren Sharper #42 of the New Orleans Saints reacts after he broke up a passing play by the Arizona Cardinals during the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Louisana Superdome on January 16, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Saints won 45-14

Saints Need To Select Polished Over Potential In This Year’s Draft (CSC)

For all of their surprising late round successes, the Saints have consistently failed themselves by drafting players that were too raw and underdeveloped to contribute on the field, this has to change in 2015. I try not to worry about sports much, especially the New Orleans Saints, which are held closest of all.  I do ..

Saints re-sign OT Bryce Harris

METAIRIE, La. – The New Orleans Saints re-signed backup offensive tackle Bryce Harris to a one-year deal, his agent, Derrick Fox, confirmed. Terms of the deal were not disclosed – though it probably won’t affect New Orleans’ salary-cap situation all that much. Only the top 51 salaries count against the cap, and Harris’ deal shouldn’t ..