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2019 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC South
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Rookie Saints DE sentenced to 6 months in jail

A judge sentenced Saints defensive end Carl Granderson to six months in jail Thursday after rejecting the terms of his plea agreement on sexual assault charges.

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USWNT, Morgan take home top honors at ESPYS

Alex Morgan and the USWNT capped their day of celebrations in style at The ESPYS, with Morgan winning best female athlete and the USWNT winning best team.

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The Saints announced their full training camp schedule on Tuesday, with 12 practices scheduled to be open for free to the public at their practice facility (weather permitting), plus one more at Tulane University and two more when they practice with the Chargers in Los Angeles. The first practice is scheduled for Friday, July 26. Fans need to register for tickets since space is limited.


Barnwell Show: Robert Mays on 2019 NFL bets

Bill and Robert Mays of The Ringer go through the listed bets at the Caesars of Las Vegas sportsbook for the upcoming NFL season and surmise how they would spend their theoretical budget (0:46). Who will lead the league in passing (4:19)? Who will lead the league in rushing (6:58)? Will the Saints miss the playoffs (20:12)? How about the Bears' over/under takeaways at 26.5 (38:12) or the Giants over/under 5.5 wins (47:15)? All that and more!

Which retired players will the NFL miss this season? (1:55)
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Source: Saints' Onyemata gets 1-game ban

Saints DT David Onyemata, who was issued a misdemeanor summons for marijuana possession in February, has been suspended by the NFL for one game, a source said.

Who is the best at play-action in the NFL? (1:46)
Who has the NFL's best roster? (1:38)
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Brees awarded $6M in diamond fraud lawsuit

A jury has awarded more than $6 million to Saints quarterback Drew Brees in a lawsuit that claimed a San Diego County jeweler sold him overpriced diamonds.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources expect a new deal between the Saints and receiver Michael Thomas before the start of training camp, according to ESPN's Dianna Russini, who also reported that the Saints are comfortable making him the highest-paid receiver in the game. That last part should come as no surprise, considering Thomas has established himself as a first-team All-Pro. The bigger question is how much more Thomas will make than Odell Beckham Jr., who currently leads all receivers with an average salary between $18-19 million per year and a total of $65 million in guarantees.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints signed veteran receiver Rishard Matthews after his three-day minicamp tryout and released former LSU receiver Travin Dural. Matthews, 29, should have a legitimate shot at earning a roster spot with the Saints behind projected starters Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn Jr. – though the competition is crowded with young receivers like Tre'Quan Smith, Cameron Meredith, Keith Kirkwood, Austin Carr and others. Matthews was the Titans' leading receiver from 2016-2017 with 118 catches for 1,740 yards and 13 touchdowns. But the 6-foot, 217-pounder asked for his release last year when his role diminished. He wound up playing a total of just eight games with five catches combined for the Titans and Jets in 2018. ... Matthews began his career with the Dolphins from 2012-2015 when current Saints assistants Dan Campbell and Darren Rizzi were in Miami.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Drew Brees said his lawsuit against a jeweler in San Diego has been "very stressful" and it was tough being away from two practices over the last two weeks for the trial because "I'm the quarterback of this football team." But he said there were some things out of his control with the timing that "we had to take care of."

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Team Stats

Passing Yards252.612th
Rushing Yards126.66th
Points For31.53rd
Points Against22.1