Despite a strong showing from Blake Bortles in an effort to repeat last year's win, it was the future Hall of Famer taking home the honor in 2017. If you're looking to pinpoint the moment when Brees locked up the award, look no further than Weeks 13 and 14 when the Saints quarterback threw a ...
Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas (29) returns a fumble for a touchdown in the first half of an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans , Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
It might not officially be spring yet, but Michael Fabiano already has an eye toward August with his first fantasy mock draft of the offseason. The names might not surprise you, but the order could.
Veteran running back C.J. Spiller traveled quite a bit last season, playing with a number of teams before being waived in December by the Jets. Now he has landed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Why did Nate Burleson sign with the Lions in 2010? How did the Saints win over Heath Evans in 2009? NFL Network analysts recall their own adventures in the free agency frenzy.
Might DeMarcus Ware head back to the Cowboys? Will DeSean Jackson follow Sean McVay to the Rams? Do the Saints dig Jason Pierre-Paul? Gregg Rosenthal lists a fun add for each NFC team.
With the new league year right around the corner, Gregg Rosenthal scoured each NFC roster in search of potential cap casualties. Could Tony Romo, Adrian Peterson and Jay Cutler be among them?
Five receivers (including four in the first round) were drafted ahead of Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas, yet it was Thomas who had the best rookie season of any wide receiver from the 2016 draft class. Thomas had 1,137 receiving yards, nine touchdowns and 92 receptions on the season. Of his 92 ...
Michael Thomas set New Orleans Saints rookie records for receptions, yards and touchdowns. The wideout wants to make sure he doesn't succumb to a sophomore slump in 2017.
Saints coach Sean Payton knows his defense needs to improve next year if New Orleans is to return to the playoffs for the first time in several years. They're targeting "pressure players" in the draft.
Draft position: Undrafted. Lutz has a very strong leg. He needs to get more accurate, but I think he'll improve in that area. He converted 28 of 34 field-goal attempts, including 3 of 7 from 50 yards or more, and hit on 49 of 50 extra-point attempts.