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2013: Rd 7, Pk 213 (MIN)
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New Orleans Saints depth chart: Defense sees big investments
Can hard-to-please Saints find edge rusher that's their type?
Agent: FB Line, LB Mauti returning to Saints
Saints loaded up at LB in 2017, but still need athletic playmaker
Undrafted Justin Hardee shows teams what they missed with blocked punt
Saints' 53-man roster light on surprises, heavy on defensive line
Health is on the way: Injured Terron Armstead, Stephone Anthony make Saints' roster
Michael Mauti falls short of Saints' roster despite 'courage and heart'
Saints' 2015 draft class takes a hit in projected 53-man roster
Garrett Grayson feels like old self, but is this last chance with Saints?
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Sources: Brees surgery likely, could miss 6 weeks
Saints QB Drew Brees is expected to undergo thumb surgery as early as Monday that would be expected to sideline him approximately six weeks, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
McAfee on Dolphins tanking: 'I've never seen something like this'
Former Colts punter Pat McAfee reacts to Miami's 43-0 loss to New England and suggests they are trying to tank to get Tua Tagovailoa in the draft.
Party like it's 2007? Barnwell's case for 16-0 -- again -- in New England
The Patriots are off to one of the most dominant starts in NFL history and face an easy schedule. Could this be 2007 all over again?
Notable Bets: How bookmakers are adjusting to the Dolphins
Here are the big wins, bad beats and major betting storylines from the weekend, including the Patriots covering a giant spread in Miami.
Myles Garrett: 'I want to look like a Grecian god'
With a team-best seven sacks in his rookie year behind him and a season with huge expectations in front, Myles Garrett talks about his Body shoot, his new teammates, and his Cinnabon habit.
Sources: Big Ben surgery call expected Monday
A decision is expected to be made Monday on whether Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will need elbow surgery, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.