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NFL Rumors: Saints Quarterback Likely Leaving New Orleans In 2020 Free Agency

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By Anthony Riccobono | International Business Times

Drew Brees’ decision to return to the New Orleans Saints for the 2020 NFL season likely means at least one of the team’s quarterbacks is headed elsewhere. Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill are both unsigned with free agency set to officially begin on March 18.

It would be a surprise if Bridgewater is still on the Saints roster in Week 1 of next season. Unlike Hill, Bridgewater has proven that he can be a winning starter in the NFL.

New Orleans probably won’t be able to match the best offer that Bridgewater will get on the open market. Even if the 27-year-old doesn’t get a deal worth close to $30 million a year as some have speculated, he’s likely to get an offer that will greatly exceed the Saints’ price range for a backup signal caller.

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Saints players react to Brees announcement on social media

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By Garland Gillen | WVUE

NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - Drew Brees will be back in the Black and Gold for another season according to a post No. 9 made on Instagram. His teammates reacted quickly to the big news on social media.

Cam Jordan went the comedic route posting on Instagram stories," Drew said he running it back...was never worried.

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What could Drew Brees' next Saints contract extension look like?

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

Drew Brees intends to play in the 2020 NFL season, which is great news for the New Orleans Saints. Starting Brees at quarterback presents their best opportunity to win another Super Bowl title, but getting both parties to the negotiating table is the easy part. Now that both sides are interested in keeping this relationship together, they must hammer out a contract extension.

It’s gone easier in past years, thanks to the rising salary cap and Brees’ willingness to take team-friendly contracts. His last extension was a two-year, $50 million deal that paid out nearly $10 million below the price Brees could command on the open market; six other passers currently make $30 million or more per year, and the best quarterbacks are earning $35 million each season they suit up. Brees accepted a lower rate to help out the team, but it actually runs deeper than that.

In addition to a depressed salary, Brees also structured his contracts to run year-to-year, rather than tying the Saints to him over four or five years. That acknowledged the possibility that he could fall off a cliff at any time, much like other aging passers did before him (see: Brett Favre and Peyton Manning). While Brees will leave sizable dead money hit behind once he retires, it won’t set the Saints back for a decade.

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Michael Thomas Posts Heartfelt Message For Drew Brees

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By Andrew McCarty | The Spun

Earlier Tuesday afternoon, star quarterback Drew Brees gave New Orleans Saints fans something to cheer for. Brees announced his decision to return to the gridiron for the 2020 NFL season.

His decision comes early enough in the off-season for the Saints to plan accordingly. New Orleans now has a full month to address free agency concerns before the new league year kicks in. The team also has two months to figure out its future through the draft.

After Brees announced his decision to return, his Saints teammates made it clear they’re fired up for the 2020 season. Star wide receiver Michael Thomas took to Twitter with a message for his quarterback.

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Drew Brees Will Return to New Orleans Saints for 20th Season

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By Devin Jackson | LWOS

According to an Instagram post, Drew Brees will return for season number 20 for the New Orleans Saints. There was speculation that Brees may retire, coming off a season where he missed five games and suffered yet another controversial loss. However, Brees is committed to the Saints through the 2020 NFL Season.


Drew Brees Back With New Orleans Saints
Immediate Impact

Drew Brees is a model of consistency at the quarterback position. Even at an advanced age, Brees continues to play at a high level. Despite missing five games due to a thumb injury, Brees finished the season with 27 touchdowns, which tied him with Jimmy Garoppolo and Carson Wentz for fifth most this season.

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Saints Twitter reactions to Drew Brees announcing his return for the 2020 season

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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It’s a big deal when a future Hall of Famer announces he is returning for another year and forgoing retirement. Such is the case when Drew Brees announced via Instagram his anticipated return for the 2020 season with the New Orleans Saints, and Saints Twitter took notice.
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Fleur-de-Links, February 19: Drew Brees officially returning in 2020, Taysom Hill and Teddy Bridgewater have uncertain futures

  • News source: Adam Dunnells
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Drew Brees officially announces that he will return in 2020.

Taysom Hill says he does not want to leave New Orleans, but will not rule it out.

With Drew Brees returning in 2020, Teddy Bridgewater is likely to leave New Orleans.

While Sean Payton would like to keep all three quarterbacks, Teddy Bridgewater has a high ceiling and could leave New Orleans in 2020.

Drew Brees’ potential upside far outweighs his potential downside.

Drew Brees’ official 2020 return...
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Where to find Saints players during Mardi Gras: 8 players to ride in Krewe of Tucks

  • News source: BY KATELYN UMHOLTZ | Staff writer
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If you catch the sixth float during Krewe of Tucks on Saturday, you may spot a few Who Dat Nation celebrities handing out throws.

The krewe announced on its Facebook page Tuesday that the animated Dancing Friar float will have eight Saints players on it as it rolls sixth in the procession through Uptown. Those players include Terron Armstead, Cam Jordan, Austin Carr, Kaden Ellis, Tre’Quan Smith, David Onyemata, Nick Easton and Glenn Foster.


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20 numbers that define Drew Brees career as he returns for his 20th season

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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As if New Orleans needed another reason to party as Mardi Gras season nears its crescendo, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees announced his intention to return for a 20th NFL season Tuesday.

To commemorate that nice, round figure, here are 20 numbers that have defined the excellent first 19 years of Brees’ career.

4: Brees currently holds four career NFL passing records — completions (6,867), yards (77,416), touchdowns (547) and completion percentage (67.6)...
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Taysom Hill is glad to see Drew Brees back — even if that blocks his path to a starting job

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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Drew Brees announced Tuesday that he was returning for his 20th NFL season, and though that effectively blocked Taysom Hill’s immediate path to becoming the New Orleans Saints starting quarterback, Hill was happy to hear the news.

Shortly after Brees broke the news, Hill appeared on ESPN reporter Adam Schefter’s podcast and spoke at length about his relationship with Brees and his own impending free agency.

Though Hill did not get into many specifics about the...
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Brees gives Saints good news, but the off-season remains complicated

  • News source: Les East
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Drew Brees is coming back.

The most productive passer in NFL history said on Instagram on Tuesday that he plans to play a 20th NFL season, his 15th with the Saints, in 2020.

That’s good news for New Orleans.

His return to the Saints is not in writing because he is scheduled to become a free agent on March 18 but it seems a foregone conclusion that he and the organization will have little trouble coming to terms.

Brees’ return was the least certain that it has...
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What Drew Brees' return means for Saints, Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill

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METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints just got their first win of 2020.

Drew Brees' decision to return for a 20th NFL season ensures that the Saints will remain among this year's top Super Bowl contenders after three straight years of gut-wrenching playoff exits.

But there are plenty of questions to be answered this offseason for a team that is slammed against the salary cap, starting with how Brees' return affects their other quarterbacks.

In a perfect world...
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Taysom Hill: I would love to play with Drew Brees again, am in no hurry to leave

  • News source: Charean Williams
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Drew Brees announced on Instagram earlier Tuesday that he will return for 2020. Some will view that as bad news for Taysom Hill.

It means Hill will not start for the Saints in 2020.

Hill, though, sees it as good news for Brees, the Saints and himself.

After the news of Brees’ return broke, Hill told Adam Schefter of ESPN that he already knew Brees was returning and “would love to play with Drew again.”

“At the end of the day, I look at Drew coming back and maybe...
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Brees return to Saints welcomed, appropriate

  • News source: Ken Trahan
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The deed is done. It is no surprise. It is welcome.

Drew Brees will return for at least another season to play his 20th season in the NFL and his 15th with the New Orleans Saints.

It has been amazing to watch Brees and to appreciate his brilliance.

Almost as amazing is to listen to and read some of the criticism of Brees on some fronts over the past few months. It is as though observers have short-term memories or have simply ignored what has transpired.

Since...
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Drew Brees returning to Saints for 2020 season: See how social media reacted

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Drew Brees is returning to play for a 20th season in the NFL, and New Orleans Saints teammates and fans took to social media to share their excitement after his announcement.

Take a look below:
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Drew Brees is coming back to the Saints ... now what? Some questions still need answers

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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There was one major question lingering over the New Orleans Saints' heads this offseason, and now it has an answer: Drew Brees announced Tuesday he will return for his 20th NFL season.

To be sure, this is a happy outcome for the Saints, who not only received a shot in the arm for their Super Bowl hopes, but will get at least one more season to celebrate the greatest player who has ever worn their uniform. But Brees’ decision to return does also generate a few more...
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With Drew Brees staying, how much will he cost the Saints?

  • News source: Mike Florio
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At $244.7 million and counting, Drew Brees will surpass Peyton Manning ($248.7 million) and Eli Manning ($252.3 million) in career earnings this year. It remains to be seen, however, whether Brees will hold off Tom Brady, who at $235.2 million is only $9.5 million behind.

The answer will come from how much Brees makes this season — and how much Brady will make. Unlike Brady, Brees has made it clear that he’s staying with the Saints. Which means that he’ll take...
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BREAKING: Drew Brees to play in 2020

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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Drew Brees is returning to the New Orleans Saints for the 2020 season, ready to “make another run” for a Super Bowl instead of choosing to hang up his cleats.

Drew recently took to Instagram to share his thoughts:

What this means for the future of Teddy Bridgewater and/or Taysom Hill in New Orleans is to be determined, but stay tuned for additional updates.
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Why the Saints should sign Joe Thuney

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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Andrus Peat might have made the Pro Bowl for the New Orleans Saints in 2019, but the eye test seemed to indicate 2019 was not the best of years for the former first round pick. Pro Football Focus graded Peat’s 2019 at 49.7 (out of 100), with three penalties given up and three sacks allowed.

Peat is set to potential test the market in free agency this year, and that begs the question: should the Saints attempt to re-sign him? If not, are there any other options for a...
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