Saints ORT Jon Stinchcomb will undergo surgery after suffering a sports hernia, but is expected to be ready to participate in training camp.
After he thwarted a deal with New Orleans during the draft, unsigned Giants NT Barry Cofield is no longer on the trading block, a league source told NFL.com Thursday.
Former Saints security director Geoffrey Santini has withdrawn his lawsuit against the organization after the club's lawyers sent the matter to an arbitration judge, as provided for in Santini's employment contract with the team.
Saints WR Robert Meachem will be sidelined until training camp at the earliest after undergoing surgery on his toe.
Sean Payton has shot down the talk that the Saints might be interested in signing former No. 1 overall draft choice JaMarcus Russell.
The 2011 conditional draft choice that the Patriots received in the September trade of TE David Thomas to New Orleans has been upgraded from a seventh-round pick to a sixth-rounder, ESPN.com reports.
The Saints have signed restricted free-agent OG Jahri Evans to the richest contract ever for an interior offensive lineman, NFL.com and ESPN are reporting.
FS Darren Sharper has agreed to a one-year deal with the Saints, according to reports.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating allegations made against a Saints senior staff member for theft of prescription Vicodin pills from the team's training headquarters.
We hear the Saints expect two or three players to compete for the starting spot at strong-side linebacker, which was vacated when Scott Fujita signed with the Browns earlier this offseason.
Here are the players who were chosen by the New Orleans Saints in the 2010 NFL draft.
The Saints' second-round pick of USC OT Charles Brown will only ramp up speculation that they will trade OLT Jammal Brown this offseason or let him walk after 2010.
This is the second consecutive year New Orleans has used its first-round pick on a cornerback, and at first glance it doesn't fill any of its needs.
If the NFL draft is Christmas, then the league’s schedule release date must be Thanksgiving. Except maybe if you’re the Saints.
Commissioner Roger Goodell announced during a chat on NFL.com that the Saints will host the Vikings to open the regular season on Thursday, Sept. 9.