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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
58Anderson, Justin LB6-22321/16/19911Louisiana-Lafayette
50Anthony, Stephone ILB6-32457/28/1992RClemson
72Armstead, Terron T6-53047/23/19913Arkansas-Pine Bluff
27Baker, Edwin RB5-82106/1/19911Michigan State
90Barnes, Tavaris DE6-327511/2/1991RClemson
67Becton, Nick T6-63232/11/19903Virginia Tech
40Breaux, Delvin DB6-119610/25/19891Louisiana State
9Brees, Drew QB6-02091/15/197915Purdue
39Browner, Brandon DB6-42218/2/19846Oregon State
25Bush, Rafael FS5-112055/12/19875South Carolina State
31Byrd, Jairus FS5-1020310/7/19867Oregon
81Charles, Orson TE6-32541/27/19913Georgia
16Coleman, Brandon WR6-62256/22/19921Rutgers
52Coley, Henry LB6-12384/29/1992RVirginia
12Colston, Marques WR6-42256/5/198310Hofstra
10Cooks, Brandin WR5-101899/25/19932Oregon State
95Davison, Tyeler DT6-23099/23/1992RFresno State
20Dixon, Brian DB6-01954/26/19902Northwest Missouri State
47Drescher, Justin LS6-12351/1/19886Colorado
91Edebali, Kasim OLB6-22538/17/19892Boston College
59Ellerbe, Dannell LB6-124511/29/19857Georgia
71Eulls, Kaleb DL6-42856/28/1991RMississippi State
73Evans, Jahri G6-43188/22/198310Bloomsburg
54Franklin, Jerry LB6-12451/10/19882Arkansas
37Frederick, Terrence CB5-101872/10/19902Texas A&M
66Golic, Mike G6-43009/28/19891Notre Dame
18Grayson, Garrett QB6-22205/29/1991RColorado State
4Griffin, Ryan QB6-521011/17/19892Tulane
98Haralson, Parys OLB6-02551/24/198410Tennessee
19Harris, R.J. WR6-01946/3/1992RNew Hampshire
79Harris, Bryce T6-63001/16/19894Fresno State
57Hawthorne, David ILB6-02465/14/19858Texas Christian
61Hickey, Sean T6-63069/29/1991RSyracuse
76Hicks, Akiem DE6-532411/16/19894Regina (Canada)
89Hill, Josh TE6-52505/21/19903Idaho State
2Hocker, Zach K6-01918/23/19911Arkansas
5Hopkins, Dustin K6-219310/1/19902Florida State
53Humber, Ramon ILB5-112328/10/19877North Dakota State
97Hunter, David NT6-23019/19/19892Houston
22Ingram, Mark RB5-921512/21/19895Alabama
23Jean-Baptiste, Stanley CB6-32184/12/19902Nebraska
92Jenkins, John NT6-33597/11/19893Georgia
69Johnson, Antonio T6-63076/22/1992RNorth Texas
35Johnson, Austin FB6-22406/16/19892Tennessee
15Jones, Seantavius WR6-32008/9/19921Valdosta State
94Jordan, Cameron DE6-42877/10/19895California
65Kelemete, Senio G6-33005/10/19903Washington
45Kikaha, Hau'oli OLB6-32467/24/1992RWashington
68Lelito, Tim C6-43157/21/19893Grand Valley State
62Lemon, Cyril G6-33151/8/1993RNorth Texas
84Lewis, Lance WR6-220711/1/19881East Carolina
21Lewis, Keenan CB6-12085/17/19867Oregon State
41Lorig, Erik FB6-425011/17/19866Stanford
74Mabry, Ashaad DL6-331511/4/1992RTexas-San Antonio
70Manhart, Cole G6-42989/25/1992RNebraska-Kearney
47Manhertz, Chris TE6-62554/10/19921Canisius
26Manning, Travis CB6-019012/30/1990RNorthwest Missouri State
7McCown, Luke QB6-42177/12/198112Louisiana Tech
63McGlynn, Mike G6-43253/8/19858Pittsburgh
17Morgan, Josh WR6-02196/20/19858Virginia Tech
13Morgan, Joseph WR6-11843/23/19885Walsh
6Morstead, Thomas P6-42353/8/19867Southern Methodist
48Murphy, Marcus RB5-919510/3/1991RMissouri
44Opurum, Toben RB6-125011/18/19901Kansas
75Peat, Andrus T6-731611/4/1993RStanford
30Phillips, Kenny DB6-221711/24/19865Miami (Fla.)
49Pierce-Brewster, Markus LB6-32439/5/1991RWest Texas A&M
56Powell, Ronald OLB6-32375/14/19912Florida
78Richardson, Bobby DT6-328611/20/1992RIndiana
29Robinson, Khiry RB6-022012/28/19893West Texas A&M
33Sanford, Jamarca SS5-102008/27/19857Mississippi
11Saunders, Jalen WR5-91659/30/19922Oklahoma
87Smith, Alex TE6-42505/22/198211Stanford
83Snead, Willie WR5-1119510/17/19921Ball State
99Spencer, Anthony LB6-32651/23/19849Purdue
28Spiller, C.J. RB5-112008/5/19876Clemson
64Strief, Zach T6-73209/22/198310Northwestern
43Sunseri, Vinnie SAF6-021010/25/19912Alabama
38Swann, Damian CB6-018912/4/1992RGeorgia
88Toon, Nick WR6-421811/4/19884Wisconsin
55Tull, Davis OLB6-324011/12/1991RTennessee-Chattanooga
60Unger, Max C6-53054/14/19867Oregon
32Vaccaro, Kenny SS6-02142/15/19913Texas
42Warren, Pierre FS6-22008/16/19922Jacksonville State
82Watson, Benjamin TE6-325512/18/198012Georgia
58Williams, Kevin DT6-53118/16/198013Oklahoma State
36Williams, P.J. CB6-01966/1/1993RFlorida State
24Wilson, Kyle DB5-101909/8/19876Boise State
46Young, Chris LB6-02521/9/19921Arizona State
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60Brewster, Michael (IR) C6-43057/27/19893Ohio State
85Brock, Kevin (IR) TE6-52644/9/19863Rutgers
71Brown, Austin (IR) NT6-22959/14/1991RMiami (Ohio)
80Tabb, Jack (IR) TE6-32507/29/1992RNorth Carolina
96Virgil, Lawrence (IR) DT6-52901/20/19911Valdosta State
 
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David Hunter
News
The Texans waived or released the following players: running back William Powell, linebackers Terrance Lloyd and Lawrence Sidbury, nose tackles David Hunter and Austin Brown, cornerback Junior Mertile, guard Sam Longo and receivers Joe Adams and Alec Lemon.
Jerry Franklin
News
Tackle Terron Armstead is the lone injured player on the inactive list released by the Saints for their Week 17 game against Tampa Bay. He is dealing with a neck issue that prevented him from practicing all week.

The healthy scratches are wide receiversSeantavius Jones and Brandon Coleman, cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, linebackers Jerry Franklin and Moise Fokou and safety Kenny Vaccaro.

The inclusion of the embattled Vaccaro is not a good sign for the 2013 first-round pick.

Antonio Johnson
News
The Saints have formally declared that outside linebacker Davis Tull, running back Marcus Murphy and offensive lineman Antonio Johnson have non-football injuries as the team gears up for training camp. All three rookies, however, remain on the active roster.

Tull missed all of the OTAs and minicamp following labrum surgery in March. Players with pre-draft injuries are eligible to be placed on the non-football injury list. But it remains unclear what physical problems befell Murphy and Johnson, per the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Bobby Richardson
No Updates
Senio Kelemete
News
The Saints signed offensive lineman Senio Kelemete to a one-year contract extension on Monday.

Kelemete confirmed the news on his personal Twitter account, writing, "Just signed another 1 year deal with the @Saints #GloryToGod for the opportunity 2015 is my year!"

Kelemete appeared in 10 games for the Saints in 2014. Before this one-year extension, Kelemete was set to be an exclusive-rights free agent.

Tyeler Davison
No Updates
Brandin Cooks
News
Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks trained with seven-time Pro Bowl receiver Randy Moss for a short time during the offseason. When Moss stopped by Saints training camp on Thursday, he spoke highly of the second-year receiver.

"With (Jimmy) Graham gone, that means a lot more targets are going to be coming his way," Moss said, per NOLA.com. "Just by looking at his body, it looks like he's ready to take on that challenge. He's a good receiver. I'm not going to call him great. But the sky's the limit.

"He's in a great offense. He's got a great quarterback in Drew Brees. The sky's the limit for whatever he wants to do in this offense, and I think Sean Payton's going to put him in a position to make plays."

Terron Armstead
News
Saints tackle Terron Armstead left practice early on Monday morning, per ESPN

The team didn't disclose the reason for Armstead's early departure and wouldn't confirm whether it was injury-related. 

Armstead watched the afternoon walk-through from the sideline but didn't participate. 

Lance Lewis
News
The Saints announced Tuesday they signed wide receiver Lance Lewis. The 6-foot-2, 207-pound receiver spent the 2014 season on the 49ers practice squad.

Lewis has not appeared in an NFL game since 2013. He has no career receptions.

Kaleb Eulls
No Updates
Sean Hickey
No Updates
Jahri Evans
News
Saints guard Jahri Evans reworked his contract this offseason to secure his future with the team, per ESPN.com.

Evans, who is entering his 10th season in the NFL, took pay cuts in 2015 and 2016, but also added an extra year to his contract, something he valued in the process.

"It worked out in the end. You know, it's part of the business, obviously. And I'm glad to be here," Evans said.

Evans said he was happy head coach Sean Payton kept the line of communication with him active throughout the process.

"So that was very great, and I was pleased with that," said Evans, who added, "I still had two years under contract, so I never saw myself not being here."

Ronald Powell
News
The Saints declared defensive back Corey White, wideout Seantavius Jones, defensive back Stanley Jean-Baptiste, linebacker Moise Fokou, nose tackle Lawrence Virgil, offensive tackle Nick Becton and linebacker Ronald Powell inactive for Monday's game at Chicago.

It's the first time all season White has been inactive. He's a healthy scratch despite starting nine games and racking up 52 tackles, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a sack.



Jalen Saunders
News
The Patriots made a deal Tuesday, reportedly trading for wide receiver and return specialist Jalen Saunders in return for a conditional draft pick, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

Saunders was drafted by the Jets last season, but played on the practice squads of the Cardinals and Seahawks before joining the Saints. He had lost his return job to Marcus Murphy in the preseason. 

Ramon Humber
News
The Saints announced that they have reached a new two-year contract with special teams captain Ramon Humber

Humber has spent the previous five seasons with the Saints. He started six games at linebacker a year ago and totaled 50 tackles, one sack and one pass deflection. Humber had a season-best 12 tackles in a Week 10 game against the 49ers. 

Davis Tull
News
The Saints have formally declared that outside linebacker Davis Tull, running back Marcus Murphy and offensive lineman Antonio Johnson have non-football injuries as the team gears up for training camp. All three rookies, however, remain on the active roster.

Tull missed all of the OTAs and minicamp following labrum surgery in March. Players with pre-draft injuries are eligible to be placed on the non-football injury list. But it remains unclear what physical problems befell Murphy and Johnson, per the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Delvin Breaux
No Updates
Benjamin Watson
News
Saints coach Sean Payton on Wednesday talked up tight end Josh Hill, who should get more opportunities with the trade of Jimmy Graham to Seattle. "Josh Hill is a player we value a lot," Payton said, per the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Hill, 24, is a 6-5, 250-pounder who caught five touchdowns last season. He finished with 14 catches for 176 yards while playing every game.

Hill and Benjamin Watson, 34, are the team's top tight ends following Graham's departure.

Cyril Lemon
No Updates
Cameron Jordan
News
The Saints have made official what has been widely reported - that they have signed defensive end Cameron Jordan to a five-year contract extension.

Jordan has been a productive player since being drafted by the team in 2011. He has 159 tackles and 28 sacks over the last three seasons combined.

Brian Dixon
News
The Saints placed three players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. 

Safety Jairus Byrd, wide receiver Marques Colston and defensive tackle Glenn Foster were all placed on PUP. Cornerback Brian Dixon was placed on the non-football injury list. 

Byrd is returning from a season ending knee injury. Colston has a non-disclosed injury. 

All four are still on the roster and can be activated at any time before the start of the season. 

Erik Lorig
News
The Saints got myriad contributions in their Week 15 win in Chicago. Among them, wideout Nick Toon caught all four of his targets for 43 yards, but lost a fumble. Running back Khiry Robinson ran three times for 10 yards and caught two passes for 10 yards.

Fullback Erik Lorig had a 1-yard carry. Tight end Benjamin Watson added a 5-yard grab.

They'll all face Atlanta on Sunday.

Anthony Spencer
News
The Saints have placed defensive end Anthony Spencer on the season-ending injured reserve list, per ESPN.com.

Spencer is dealing with an unspecified injury that has kept him sidelined since the team's first preseason contest. He is coming off a serious knee injury in 2013. 

Spencer has 33 sacks in eight NFL seasons, including 11 in 2012, when he made the Pro Bowl as a member of the Cowboys. 

Injury
Undisclosed - IR. Out for season
Cole Manhart
News
As expected, the Eagles signed center John Moffitt to a one-year contract on Monday, per Philly.com.

Moffitt was a third-round draft pick in 2011 and played two years for Seattle. He was traded to Denver and retired early in the 2013 season. 

He was arrested in 2014 on assault and drug charges, which were later dropped. 

To make room, the Eagles released undrafted rookie free agent Cole Manhart

Justin Anderson
News
The Cowboys reached a contract agreement with running back Gus Johnson on Tuesday, reports ESPNDallas.com. Johnson has never appeared in an NFL game.

In addition to Johnson, the team also signed offensive lineman Ronald Patrick and linebacker Justin Anderson.

Toben Opurum
News
The Texans put cornerback Johnathan Joseph (toe) and running back Deji Karim (clavicle) on injured reserve and signed running backs Ray Graham and Toben Opurum.
Josh Morgan
News
A pair of Bears made the tiniest of contributions Sunday against the victorious Lions.

Wideout Josh Morgan caught two passes for two yards while tight end Dante Rosario snagged one for one yard.

Tavaris Barnes
No Updates
Garrett Grayson
News
Last year as a senior at Colorado State, Saints 2015 third-round draft pick Garrett Grayson received some vital words of wisdom from his idol, helping him become the 75th pick in the draft. The quarterback had been invited to participate in the annual Manning Passing Academy in Louisiana. It was there that he got to watch Peyton Manning perform drills and answer questions.

“We got to sit down in a room with him and Eli and just talk football, how they prepare for the game, what they’re looking for in defenses. So that was something I learned from, just to kind of be around him and see how he approaches everything, that meant a ton,” Grayson said, per ESPN.com. “You always hear about what a perfectionist he is, how seriously he takes every single drill. So to get to meet him and be around him and see that in person, I kind of learned from that and took that back.

“Looking back on my senior year, that’s another thing why I had so much success, because I wasn’t taking things like even a simple three-step drop for [granted]. I was serious with everything I did. So I’m definitely thankful for that opportunity.”

Mike Golic
News
The Saints signed offensive lineman Mike Golic Jr. on Thursday, reports NBCSports.com.

It is Golic's second stint with the Saints. Golic was released by the Saints last offseason. He is the son of former NFL defensive lineman Mike Golic.

Jairus Byrd
News
The Saints placed three players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. 

Safety Jairus Byrd, wide receiver Marques Colston and defensive tackle Glenn Foster were all placed on PUP. Cornerback Brian Dixon was placed on the non-football injury list. 

Byrd is returning from a season ending knee injury. Colston has a non-disclosed injury. 

All four are still on the roster and can be activated at any time before the start of the season. 

Kenny Phillips
News
The Eagles released safety Kenny Phillips, who continues to battle knee problems. Phillips started 41 games for the Giants from 2008-12 before signing with Philly.
Kevin Williams
News
The Saints were busy making personnel changes on Friday. The team signed defensive tackle Kevin Williams and waived rookie tight end Harold Spears, per The Times-Picayune.

Williams, a six-time Pro Bowler, signed a one-year deal with the Saints. He's played in 187 games over the last 12 years, and started eight games last season while recording 30 tackles and three sacks.

Spears caught 56 passes for 838 yards and four touchdowns as a senior at New Hampshire last year.

Mike McGlynn
News
The Saints have parted ways with second-year receiver Andy Tanner and signed veteran guard Mike McGlynn, according to The Times-Picayune.

Tanner, who has never played in a regular season game with the Saints, has been with the franchise since 2010 as a member of the practice squad.

McGlynn was a fourth-round pick by the Eagles in 2008. He is coming off a forgettable season where he allowed the most sacks of anyone on the offensive line as a member of the Chiefs.

Drew Brees
News
Saints quarterback Drew Brees wore a glove on his left (non-throwing) hand during OTAs last week. 

The experiment was short-lived, as the glove was gone at Tuesday's practice. 

"I just experimented with it just kind of for fun when it came to just grip," Brees said, per NOLA.com. "I'm really just a bare hand guy but I think there are times when it can be necessary.So at least just having a feel for it in case that time does come it's not the first time I've ever done it."

Parys Haralson
News
Veteran Saints linebacker Parys Haralson is hoping to finish his career on Bourbon Street. He isn't planning on retiring after this season, but he wants to remain with the tea m until his career comes to a close, according to NOLA.com.

"I like being with the Saints, so hopefully that will be my last stop whenever it's time for me to retire," Haralson said. "Maybe the Saints will be the last team I play with and I'll retire as a Saint. I'm not saying it'll be my last stop in the NFL, but I just don't want to be that guy that goes another year here, another year there, and then retires."

Haralson played all 16 games in 2014, totaling 35 tackles with three sacks. He also said he enjoys playing for defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.

"I'm not going to lie, I love playing for Rob, and knowing that he was going to be back, is something that I was fired up about," Haralson said. "Knowing that he was going to be back was like a plus."

Ashaad Mabry
No Updates
C.J. Spiller
News
Saints coach Sean Payton confirmed running back C.J. Spiller, who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery Friday, will be ready by the season opener. ESPN first reported the news about Spiller's status for Week 1.
Injury
Knee - Out for preseason. Probable for start of regular season
Jack Tabb
News
The Saints signed free agent tight end Alex Smith after Friday's practice, ESPN reported. 

Smith is a 10-year veteran who played with Cincinnati last season. 

Smith will replace rookie Jack Tabb, who appeared to suffer a leg injury at Thursday's practice. Tabb was waived/injured. 

Injury
Akiem Hicks
News
The Saints have placed running back Pierre Thomas and defensive end Akiem Hicks on injured reserve and promoted Jerry Franklin and Brandon Coleman from their practice squad.

Thomas played a limited role in Week 16 against the Falcons, catching just two passes for 24 yards, before injuring his ribs and leaving the game. 

He finishes the year with 45 carries for 222 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. 

Brandon Coleman
News
Tackle Terron Armstead is the lone injured player on the inactive list released by the Saints for their Week 17 game against Tampa Bay. He is dealing with a neck issue that prevented him from practicing all week.

The healthy scratches are wide receiversSeantavius Jones and Brandon Coleman, cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, linebackers Jerry Franklin and Moise Fokou and safety Kenny Vaccaro.

The inclusion of the embattled Vaccaro is not a good sign for the 2013 first-round pick.

Josh Hill
News
After trading trading Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks, tight end Josh Hill is ready to step into his new role with the Saints, according to the team's offical website.

“I think it might open a few opportunities for me as I continue to grow in my role and just do everything they ask me to do,” Hill said when asked about the trade of Graham to the Seahawks.

Hill recognized that Graham helped him transition from college to the professional level.

“It’s a big difference, especially coming from a smaller school and a smaller city," Hill said. "He was always there for me. We became pretty good friends over the past few years so it will definitely be different without him.”

Head coach Sean Payton believes that Hill is ready to step up.

“Josh Hill is a player that we value a lot," Payton said last week at the NFL annual meeting. "He’s not on anyone’s fantasy first three rounds, I promise you, but he’s a real good tight end. He’s versatile in the running game, in the pass receiving game, a special teams player.”

Hill, heading into his third year in the NFL, has recorded 20 receptions for 220 yards and six touchdowns. 

Alex Smith
News
The Saints have released journeyman tight end Alex Smith, a source has told the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Smith who signed with the Saints last week, has just three catches over the last two seasons.

Austin Johnson
News
A knee injury has landed Saints fullback Austin Johnson on injured reserve. The team has activated tackle Nick Becton off the Giants practice squad to take his place on the roster.

Johnson hasn't played since Oct. 26. He finishes the season with 22 yards on eight carries and two receptions.

Terrence Frederick
News
Wide receiver Robert Meachem is the headliner among the seven healthy scratches on the inactive list posted by the Saints for their Sunday game against Carolina.

The others are defensive backs Stanley Jean-Baptiste and Terrence Frederick, nose tackle Lawrence Virgil, tackle Nick Becton, linebacker Moise Fokou and guard Senio Kelemete.

Zach Strief
News
Despite drafting Stanford tackle Andrus Peat in the first round, Saints coach Sean Payton doesn't see him competing for a starting spot. 

"I don’t see that initially," Payton said, per Saints.com.

The Saints have veterans Zach Strief and Terron Armstead at the two tackle spots. 

"Terron and Zach we feel are ones of veteran experience," Payton said. "One’s a tremendous leader for us at right tackle and one’s a real sharp and talented left tackle. Andrus will come in and I’m sure we’ll give him reps at both positions."

Moving Peat to guard isn't an option. "I don’t see that. He’s a tackle," Payton said. 

Kyle Wilson
News
The Saints agreed to terms with cornerback Kyle Wilson on Wednesday, the team announced.

Details of the contract were not disclosed. Wilson spent the last five seasons playing for the Jets. In 2014, he totaled 26 tackles and one sack. He has three career interceptions.

Markus Pierce-Brewster
No Updates
Michael Brewster
News
The Jaguars have pared down their roster to 53 on Saturday by cutting 20 players.

The players on that list are: C Michael Brewster, G Drew Nowak, DE Gerald Rivers, QB Ricky Stanzi, WR Chad Bumphis, FB Eric Kettani, TE Brandon Barden, OT Cody Booth, DL Deandre Coleman, DT Ricky Heimuli, S Craig Loston, QB Stephen Morris, K/P Kasey Redfern, G Tyler Shatley, TE D.J. Tialavea, LB Marcus Whitfield, WR Kerry Taylor, S Sherrod Martin, LB Nate Stupar and CB Jamell Fleming.
Injury
Damian Swann
News
Rookie cornerback Damian Swann has signed a four-year deal with the Saints, per the Baltimore Sun. It's worth $2.464 million.

The signing of the fifth-rounder leaves all New Orleans draftees in the fold aside from Andrus Peat.

Tim Lelito
News
Saints coach Sean Payton said at the annual NFL meeting that he doesn't think the moves the team has made this offseason have opened any holes in the starting lineup, indicating specifically that Tim Lelito would join Jahri Evans as the team's starting guards after the departure of Ben Grubbs, Saints.com reports.

"Those aren’t holes," Payton said about losing Grubbs and middle linebacker Curtis Lofton. "We’re not moving a player if we feel like there’s no…we feel like we have a pretty good idea of how everything is lining up. We’ve got a center we know that starts in this NFL, we’ve got a guard, (Tim) Lelito will play left guard, Jahri Evans is the right guard. The same way at receiver. So we weren’t looking to make a move that created another 'must'."

Lelito played 294 snaps on offense last season, per Pro Football Focus, and graded out positively as a run blocker and negatively as a pass blocker.  He was an undrafted free agent out of Grand Valley State in 2013.

Justin Drescher
No Updates
P.J. Williams
News
The Saints signed two of their final three unsigned 2015 draft picks, the team announced on Tuesday. 

The Saints signed first-round pick Stephone Anthony , a linebacker out of Clemson and third-rounder P.J. Williams , a cornerback out of Florida State.

Andrus Peat , another first-round pick, is the only draftee yet to be signed. 

David Hawthorne
News
Saints inside linebacker David Hawthorne took a pay cut of $1.25 million for 2015 and $1.75 million for 2016, reports ESPN.com. The 29-year-old had 83 tackles, three sacks and an interception in 12 games last season.

Hawthorne is now scheduled to make $3.25 million this season and $2.25 million in 2016.

Stephone Anthony
News
The Saints signed two of their final three unsigned 2015 draft picks, the team announced on Tuesday. 

The Saints signed first-round pick Stephone Anthony , a linebacker out of Clemson and third-rounder P.J. Williams , a cornerback out of Florida State.

Andrus Peat , another first-round pick, is the only draftee yet to be signed. 

Ryan Griffin
News
Saints backup quarterback Ryan Griffin needed 50 stitches to sew up wounds sustained after getting hit in the head with a champagne bottle, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune

Griffin and some friends went to the Apres Lounge on June 7, the night of the the incident. Griffin told police that he possibly "bumped into" another group of people. Griffin said he believed words were exchanged before he was hit in the head with the bottle. 

Griffin was taken to the emergency room at Tulane Hospital. The Times-Picayune notes that Griffin was not present for an offseason practice on June 10 but was at the facility for Tuesday's session. 

Jamarca Sanford
News
The Saints have re-signed safety Jamarca Sanford to a one-year deal on Friday, according to hi agent Drew Rosenhaus, per Pro Football Talk. Sanford was due to become a free agent on Tuesday before New Orleans locked him down. Details of the contract were not made public at the time.

Sanford, 29, registered 10 tackles in New Orleans' season finale against Tampa Bay last season. He finished the year with 16 tackles and two stuffs between the Redskins and Saints last year. He has one sack and two interceptions over his six-year NFL career.

Khiry Robinson
News
Running back Khiry Robinson is a fan favorite with the Saints, but the third-year pro, who once was viewed as a breakout candidate for the team, may find his role squeezed by the presence of Mark Ingram and C.J. Spiller, per ESPN.com. 

Robinson dealt with a broken arm last season, which limited him to 12 carries and 32 yards over the final 10 weeks of the year. The Saints then re-upped with Ingram and brought in Spiller to replace Pierre Thomas, meaning Robinson will have to fight hard in training camp to establish a role. 

"I just gotta keep working," Robinson said. "It's all love in the backfield. We all work together, try to help each other. So I think it's a good thing we've got a full backfield again. So if anybody goes down, we've got another player right up there to do the same thing."

Rafael Bush
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The Saints placed safety Rafael Bush on season-ending injured reserve with a fractured right fibula, reports ESPN. Bush, who made 55 tackles in 10 games, suffered the injury Sunday against Cincinnati.
R.J. Harris
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Mark Ingram
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Saints running back Mark Ingram was held out of last week's OTA sessions because of a foot/ankle issue, reports ESPN.com.

Despite being held out last week and not practicing this week, coach Sean Payton said Ingram had no significant injury, but the team was being cautious.

Travis Manning
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The Packers signed tight end Harold Spears on Thursday, the team announced.

Harold was not drafted out of the University of New Hampshire. Meanwhile, the team released cornerback Travis Manning.

Seantavius Jones
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Tackle Terron Armstead is the lone injured player on the inactive list released by the Saints for their Week 17 game against Tampa Bay. He is dealing with a neck issue that prevented him from practicing all week.

The healthy scratches are wide receiversSeantavius Jones and Brandon Coleman, cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, linebackers Jerry Franklin and Moise Fokou and safety Kenny Vaccaro.

The inclusion of the embattled Vaccaro is not a good sign for the 2013 first-round pick.

Kevin Brock
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The Bengals signed quarterback Terrelle Pryor after he performed well on a tryout basis at the weekend's minicamp. 

Pryor last appeared in a game in 2013. 

The Bengals also signed seventh-round draft pick Mario Alford and undrafted free agents Erick Dargan, Kalafitoni Pole and John Peters. Tight end Kevin Brock was released. 

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Pierre Warren
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The Saints signed linebacker Moise Fokou and defensive backs Pierre Warren and Terrence Frederick to the active roster, reports ESPN.com.
Orson Charles
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The NFL suspended Saints tight end Orson Charles for the first game of the season, reports the NFL Network. The suspension was for violating the league's Personal Conduct Policy.

Charles has nine receptions for 109 yards during his three-year career.

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Suspension - 1-game suspension. Eligible to return Week 2 vs. Tampa Bay
Marcus Murphy
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The Saints have formally declared that outside linebacker Davis Tull, running back Marcus Murphy and offensive lineman Antonio Johnson have non-football injuries as the team gears up for training camp. All three rookies, however, remain on the active roster.

Tull missed all of the OTAs and minicamp following labrum surgery in March. Players with pre-draft injuries are eligible to be placed on the non-football injury list. But it remains unclear what physical problems befell Murphy and Johnson, per the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Stanley Jean-Baptiste
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Tackle Terron Armstead is the lone injured player on the inactive list released by the Saints for their Week 17 game against Tampa Bay. He is dealing with a neck issue that prevented him from practicing all week.

The healthy scratches are wide receiversSeantavius Jones and Brandon Coleman, cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, linebackers Jerry Franklin and Moise Fokou and safety Kenny Vaccaro.

The inclusion of the embattled Vaccaro is not a good sign for the 2013 first-round pick.

Chris Manhertz
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Willie Snead
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The Saints have signed to their practice squad rookie wide receiver Willie Snead, who was cut in late August by Cleveland before landing with Carolina.
Nick Becton
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The Saints declared defensive back Corey White, wideout Seantavius Jones, defensive back Stanley Jean-Baptiste, linebacker Moise Fokou, nose tackle Lawrence Virgil, offensive tackle Nick Becton and linebacker Ronald Powell inactive for Monday's game at Chicago.

It's the first time all season White has been inactive. He's a healthy scratch despite starting nine games and racking up 52 tackles, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a sack.



Kenny Vaccaro
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It has been revealed that Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro was inactive Sunday against Tampa Bay due to a quad injury that flared up in practice Friday.

Vaccaro started 14 of the first 15 games this season.

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Luke McCown
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Saints coach Sean Payton told reporters he did not speak with Drew Brees prior to the draft, per the team's website. With the 75th overall pick, New Orleans selected Colorado State quarterback Garrett Grayson, who will compete with Ryan Griffin and Luke McCown to serve as Brees' backup next season.

"No, no. I think every year we are just constantly evaluating the players at positions," Payton said, per the team's official website. "I think it would be different if all of a sudden we are taking a quarterback in the first round and we had a different vision, but in our case it is pretty clear, we love our starter.

"It gives the young players behind him a chance to mature and develop. Look, nothing is given to any of these guys, you guys have been here long enough to see us operate as a staff. Garrett (Grayson) is going to have to come in and compete with Ryan (Griffin). He is going to have to compete with Luke (McCown), but no."

Vinnie Sunseri
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A broken arm has landed Saints safety Vinnie Sunseri on injured reserve. He is out for the season.

Sunseri played in all nine games this season with no starts. He contributed to five tackles.

Brandon Browner
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Saints cornerback Brandon Browner was carted off the field in the first series of the first preseason game of the year Thursday night.

He walked off with a limp and was examined by trainers on the sideine before being wheeled away. The team has yet to release details.

Browner played in nine games for New England last season and contributed to 25 tackles. He had one interception.

Austin Brown
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The Texans waived or released the following players: running back William Powell, linebackers Terrance Lloyd and Lawrence Sidbury, nose tackles David Hunter and Austin Brown, cornerback Junior Mertile, guard Sam Longo and receivers Joe Adams and Alec Lemon.
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Bryce Harris
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Offensive tackle Bryce Harris has signed with the Saints , according to the Times Picayune.

The 26-year-old has played in 34 games for the team. During that time he has started four games.

Andrus Peat
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The Saints agreed to terms on a contract with first-round draft pick Andrus Peat , GM Mickey Loomis announced on Thursday, per the team's web site

Peat was the 13th overall pick in the draft, out of Stanford. The offensive lineman agreed to a four-year deal. 

John Jenkins
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The Saints announced a pair of roster moves on Saturday. The team elevated quarterback Ryan Griffin to the 53-man active roster and placed nose tackle John Jenkins on injured reserve with an abdominal injury.

Jenkins registered 30 combined tackles and a sack in 12 games played.

Hau'oli Kikaha
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Saints coach Sean Payton told reporters he envisions Hau'oli Kikaha, who was drafted in the second round (44th overall), playing with the outside linebackers when he's on the field, per the team's official website.

"We see him as an outside player, whether it's Sam or Jack, we'll figure it out. We think he can play Sam," Payton said when asked if Kikaha was in line with the Junior Galette role. "You see him in that role in Washington. But certainly (we see him) with the outside linebackers."

Thomas Morstead
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Zach Hocker
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The Saints released kicker Shayne Graham on Tuesday, which comes just a few months after he signed a one-year, $970,000 contract. The remaining kickers on the Saints roster are Dustin Hopkins and Zach Hocker.

Graham is a 14-year veteran of the NFL. He appeared in all 16 games for New Orleans in 2014, going 19 of 22 on field goals and 46 of 47 on extra points.

Nick Toon
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With the Saints losing players who combined for 239 receptions last season, the door is open wider than ever for fourth-year receiver Nick Toon to finally make his mark on the team, per NOLA.com. 

Toon has 21 career receptions, including 17 last season. Now, he's got a clear path to be the team's No. 3 wideout, but he isn't banking on anything. 

"No, I don't have any more security. It's one of those things, whether you're an undrafted free agent or the first pick in the draft, you can never get complacent in this field," he said. "There's always someone coming in, looking to compete for your job. Complacency will cut your career short. You can never be complacent in this industry."

Edwin Baker
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The following players have been ruled inactive for the Saints in Week 11 against the Bengals: WR Robert Meachem, RB Pierre Thomas, RB Edwin Baker, RB Khiry Robinson, G Senio Kelemete, OT Nick Becton and WR Nick Toon.
Joseph Morgan
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The Saints have re-signed wide receiver Joseph Morgan to a one-year deal, according to the Times-Picayune.

Morgan was waived in December following a suspension due to unspecified reasons.

"A lot of people been saying it's my off-field issues or whatever, I'm not a troubled guy, Sean even told me that in the meeting I had with him. It's nothing to do with the off-field issues, it was basically the team making a decision based off what they like and they are making plans for the future and unfortunately I wasn't a part of that," Morgan said in December.

In 19 games over four seasons with the Saints, Morgan has registered 14 receptions for 471 yards and three touchdowns.

Lawrence Virgil
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The Saints have ruled the following players inactive for Sunday's game against the Falcons: Seantavius Jones, Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Jamarca Sanford, Travaris Cadet, Moises Fokou, Lawrence Virgil and Terron Armstead.
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Dustin Hopkins
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The Saints released kicker Shayne Graham on Tuesday, which comes just a few months after he signed a one-year, $970,000 contract. The remaining kickers on the Saints roster are Dustin Hopkins and Zach Hocker.

Graham is a 14-year veteran of the NFL. He appeared in all 16 games for New Orleans in 2014, going 19 of 22 on field goals and 46 of 47 on extra points.

Marques Colston
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Saints wide receiver Marques Colston was back at practice Friday, reports NOLA.com.

Colston was placed on the PUP list Tuesday with a non-disclosed injury, but his return means he is no longer on the list.

Max Unger
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The Saints have traded tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks in exchange for Max Unger and a Seattle first-round draft pick, the teams announced Tuesday. New Orleans will also part ways with their fourth-round selection. The trade is contingent on the players passing physicals.

The Saints called rival executives to shop many of their players recently, including their star tight end, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Media on Tuesday. Graham had his $2.9 million base salary and $5 million roster bonus for the 2015 season become guaranteed last week.

Graham, 28, had 85 catches for 889 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2014, all while fighting off a shoulder injury for most of the season. Over his first five seasons with the Saints, Graham has registered 4,752 yards and 51 touchdowns. Since 2010, only Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (41) has more red zone touchdowns than Graham (40).

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Dannell Ellerbe
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New Saints linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, acquired via trade from the Dolphins, has accepted a massive pay cut, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Ellerbe, 29, saw his 2015 base salary slashed from $8.425 million to $1.1 million, though Ellerbe will make $4.9 million in signing and roster bonuses.

Ellerbe will average $5.2 million in 2016 and 2017 compensation after being scheduled to average $6.2 million in base salary alone in those years.

Ellerbe played just one game last season due to a hip injury.

Kasim Edebali
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Henry Coley
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Keenan Lewis
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The Saints reworked the contract of cornerback Keenan Lewis, giving him more guaranteed money and giving the team more cap room, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Lewis, who had expressed displeasure with some of the team's offseason moves, got an additional $10.4 million of his contract guaranteed, the report said.

The team converted a portion of Lewis' salary to signing bonuses. He signed a five-year, $25.5 million contract in 2013.

Lewis, 28, had 41 tackles and two interceptions while playing every game last season.