NFL commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the media at the owners meetings in Palm Beach, Fla. on Monday, answering further questions on the Saints’ situation.
With Saints head coach Sean Payton set to begin his year-long suspension on April 1, the team might bring in Bill Parcells to help run the team.
The Saints wonder what Roger Goodell might have in store for players involved in their "bounty" program, such as MLB Jonathan Vilma.
The Saints signed a replacement for MLB Jonathan Vilma on Saturday, coming to terms with ex-Falcons free-agent LB Curtis Lofton.
Sean Payton’s suspension will cost him more than $5.8 million, according to an ESPN report.
The Saints have agreed to a three-year deal with ex-Rams free-agent OLB Chris Chamberlain. Financial terms have not been announced.
Saints head coach Sean Payton issued an apology on Friday for the bounty program that resulted in harsh punishments earlier this week.
Two days after QB Peyton Manning signed with the Broncos, CB Tracy Porter did the same, agreeing to a one-year deal with the team on Thursday evening.
The NFLPA stated on Thursday that the NFL has not allowed it to investigate player participation in the Saints' bounty program.
It's up to owner Tom Benson to pick up the pieces following the stiff punishment the NFL gave the Saints for their violation of the league's bounty rules.
The Saints have issued a statement in response to the punishments handed down to them from the NFL on Wednesday afternoon.
All 32 teams have been notified that bounty programs will not be tolerated, and team owners and head coaches must note in writing their teams don't employ them.
The Saints have signed DT Brodrick Bunkley to a five-year contract, according to multiple reports.
The punishment for the Saints' "bounty" program includes a one-year suspension without pay for coach Sean Payton, the NFL announced Wednesday.
Carl Nicks is going to be hard to replace, even for a player as talented as Ben Grubbs, but the Saints have avoided disaster in free agency.