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Saints’ Drew Brees Returning in 2019

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It comes as no surprise to anyone, but New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has confirmed that he is returning to play in 2019.

“I plan on being here next year and making another run at it,” Brees said, according to NOLA.com’s Luke Johnson.

Brees, who will be playing in his 19th season in 2019 admits that chances at another Super Bowl Championship are running low.

“Each one of these is unique,” Brees said. “Each one is special. I’m not getting any younger, though some days I feel like it.”

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Saints Sign Nick Easton

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The New Orleans Saints have signed veteran offensive lineman Nick Easton to a four-year, $24 million deal, according to Sirius XM Radio’s Adam Caplan.

Easton will take over for All-Pro center Max Unger, who retired over the weekend.

Easton had been talking with the Minnesota Vikings and another team as well.

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Saints Signing Mario Edwards Jr.

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The New Orleans Saints are expected to sign veteran defensive end Mario Edwards Jr., according to Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio.

Edwards, 25, who was claimed off waivers by the New York Giants last September, will join the Saints on a two-year, $5 million deal that includes $1.5 “upside for sacks.”

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Dolphins Meeting With Teddy Bridgewater

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The Miami Dolphins are making a late push to try and sign quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, according to ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe.

Bridgewater has agreed to terms on a new deal with the New Orleans Saints, but it appears Miami is trying to lure him away from New Orleans with a last-minute push.

The Dolphins have lost out on Tyrod Taylor, who agreed with the Los Angeles Chargers, and currently do not have a plan for when they cut Ryan Tannehill.

According to the Boston Globe’s Ben Volin, the Dolphins are meeting with Bridghewater today, while saying that the reports of a new deal between Bridgewater and the Saints may have been premature.

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