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Saints Short Update on Kamara’s legal situation (from WWL)

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When Mike D heard Amy Dash’s update, he did a facepalm 🤦‍♂️.

2022 New Orleans Saints roster breakdown: Quarterbacks

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Take a deep dive into the New Orleans Saints roster ahead of training camp with a player-by-player breakdown at each position.

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Saints quarterback Ian Book got his first taste of NFL action in a regular season game against the Miami Dolphins at home last season. New Orleans had multiple linemen and offensive players out for the matchup due to a mix of Covid-19 and injuries. Book put up 135 yards and two interceptions on 12 completions in 20 attempts. ...

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Civil lawsuit is also expected against Alvin Kamara

  • News source: Mike Florio
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In addition to bracing for a suspension of six games or more due to a charge of felony battery arising from an incident in Las Vegas on Pro Bowl weekend, Saints running back Alvin Kamara expects to face a lawsuit in civil court.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the man whom Kamara allegedly beat up in Las Vegas will be suing Kamara for financial damages as result of the incident.

It’s no surprise. Assault and battery are what the law calls intentional torts. Any injuries or other harm suffered by the alleged victim become fair game for compensatory damages. Punitive damages...
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Mickey Loomis: 'Don't Have Enough of the Details' on Alvin Kamara Legal Matter

  • News source: Kyle T. Mosley
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Saints executive vice president and general manager Mickey Loomis joined the Dattitude Podcast with host Jim Derry and Jeff Duncan on Friday. Loomis openly answered a wide array of questions about Alvin Kamara, Jameis Winston, and the direction of the Saints organization without Sean Payton.


Uncertainty dominates Alvin Kamara's future this season. On Thursday, PFT's Mike Florio reported that the league's sources think Kamara may face a six-game suspension. Loomis confirmed only the Saints are waiting to let the legal process and the NFL's investigation run...
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Saints Potential Trade Candidates

  • News source: Bob Rose
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The New Orleans Saints are no strangers to making training camp or early season trades to bolster their roster for the upcoming year. Last season, they swung a trade with the Houston Texans for CB Bradley Roby three days before the opener. In 2018, they acquired QB Teddy Bridgewater from the Jets right at the end of preseason. One year later, they dealt LB Vince Biegel to the Dolphins in exchange for LB Kiko Alonso.

New Orleans is also not averse to trading away players to accumulate draft picks for the following year. They've done it with DT Akiem Hicks and LB Stephone Anthony over the...
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Bleacher Report suggests trade sending Bradley Roby to Steelers

  • News source: Ross Jackson
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The secondary may very well be the strength of the New Orleans Saints defense. Marshon Lattimore leads the cornerbacks along with second-year corner Paulson Adebo, C.J. Gardner-Johnson holds down the slot, and now Alontae Taylor, a second-round selection out of Tennessee, has entered the conversation. Include the versatility of Bradley Roby and P.J. Williams and one could argue there are more names than roles available on the backend of the Saints defense.

Bleacher Report’s Ian Wharton certainly seems to think so. Recently, Wharton listed one trade each NFL team should make before...
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Video: Archie Manning will watch from afar as Rebels chase baseball national title

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THIBODAUX – The most famous former Ole Miss baseball player in New Orleans will be a little busy with his family Saturday night when the Rebels open the best-of-three College World Series championship against Oklahoma.

But Archie Manning has a plan.

“We might have (Game 1) going on the scoreboard tomorrow night,” Manning said Friday from inside John L. Guidry Stadium on the Nicholls campus, where the Manning Passing Academy continues through Sunday.

The Rebels punched their ticket to the title series with a 2-0 victory over Arkansas Thursday.

“Ole Miss (was the) 64th team in, and now...
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Mickey Loomis: Saints “prepared for anything” with Alvin Kamara discipline

  • News source: Josh Alper
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Saints running back Alvin Kamara‘s arrest on felony battery charges in Las Vegas in February is expected to result in a suspension under the league’s Personal Conduct Policy.

PFT reported this week that Kamara is bracing for a six-game suspension and the prospect of a ban came up during General Manager Mickey Loomis’ appearance on the Dattitude podcast this week. With the case still making its way through the legal process, it’s unclear when a suspension would be handed down and Loomis said that means the team is going to have to prepare for all possible outcomes as they look ahead to the...
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Mickey Loomis says Saints are "prepared for anything" in regard to Alvin Kamara situation

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New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis said the club is “prepared for anything” in terms of a potential suspension of running back Alvin Kamara.

Loomis said team officials are essentially in wait-and-see mode as they monitor Kamara’s legal situation in Clark County, Nev., which stems from his arrest after an incident at a Las Vegas nightclub in February. Kamara was arrested and charged with felony batter resulting in substantial bodily harm and conspiracy to commit battery after being involved in a fight with another man on the night before the Pro Bowl.

“We really just have to...
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Report: Saints, Demario Davis agree to 1-year extension that signs lstar inebacker through 2024

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Sports columnist
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The New Orleans Saints have agreed to an updated contract with one of their most important players.

Standout linebacker Demario Davis was given a 1-year extension and is now signed through the 2024 season, according to an ESPN report.

Prior to the new deal, Davis had two years remaining on the $27 million contract extension he signed in 2020.

Davis, who turned 33 in January, told The Times-Picayune during minicamp earlier in June that he would like to finish his career in New Orleans.

“This has been a first-class organization for me,” Davis said. “This year, for me, is really about my...
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Adam Trautman attending Travis Kelce's 'Tight End University' summit

  • News source: John Sigler
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Expectations are high for Adam Trautman in his third season with the New Orleans Saints. The former third-round draft pick took a small step forward in 2021, improving from his rookie stat line (15 receptions for 171 receiving yards, converting 9 first downs and scoring 1 touchdown catch) to post still-modest production in an expanded role (totaling 27 catches for 263 yards, converting 13 first downs and scoring twice).

But that was hardly what was hoped after he stepped into Jared Cook’s vacant spot in the lineup. Trautman struggled to consistently impact the passing attack and took a...
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Demario Davis signs one-year extension with Saints

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Linebacker Demario Davis‘ contract with the Saints was set to be up after the 2023 season, but he and the team have come to an agreement that extends the length of the pact.

Field Yates of ESPN reports that Davis has signed a new deal with the Saints that runs through 2024. Davis can make up to $14 million that year via a $10 million base salary, a $2 million roster bonus, and $2 million in incentives.

In addition to the new year, Davis dropped his 2023 base salary from $8.5 million to $8.25 million, but had $1 million of the salary guaranteed and a $250,000 workout bonus was added to...
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Demario Davis gets new contract, extended through 2024

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Demario Davis is locked into the Black and Gold for the next three years.

This may not seem like big news since it’s only a one-year extension, but it’s definitely something to discuss.

According to Field Yates, Demario Davis has agreed to a new deal with the New Orleans Saints through 2024 that lowers his base salary but comes with up to $6 million in incentives.

The importance of this deal is that Davis is one of the biggest leaders in the locker room and it keeps him around on a deal that works for both sides.

There’s no change to his 2022 salary, but his 2023 base will drop $250k...
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Report: Saints, Demario Davis Agree to Updated Contract

  • News source: John Hendrix
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The Saints have tweaked the contract of Demario Davis some, according to ESPN's Field Yates.

Per his report, the updated contract is a one-year extension and has given Davis $2 million incentives in each season through 2024 ($6 million max) while dropping his base salary in 2023 from $8.5 million to $8.25 million. The missing $250,000 has been put in to a workout bonus, and a portion of that salary ($1 million) goes as guaranteed money. This won't affect his 2022 cap number.

In 2024, Davis can make $14 million through a $10 million base, $2 million roster bonus, and the $2 million in...
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Sources: Saints add one year to LB Davis deal

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Saints LB Demario Davis agrees to reworked contract, now signed through 2024

  • News source: John Sigler
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This is interesting. ESPN’s Field Yates reports that the New Orleans Saints reached an agreement with linebacker Demario Davis to rework his contract, adding greater incentives and guarantees in the remaining years. It also adds another year to the contract through 2024, so this isn’t a huge extension for the 33-year old All-Pro, but it may be a compromise between the team and a player who’s been underpaid relative to his peers.

Yates specifies that Davis has now guaranteed $1 million of next year’s base salary, which dropped slightly from $8.5 million to $8.25 million, with the $250,000...
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Saints GM Mickey Loomis candid with Jeff Duncan, Jim Derry on ‘Dattitude,’ Ep. 79

  • News source: BY JIM DERRY | Sports betting writer
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As the New Orleans Saints have begun their five-week vacation before the six-month grind begins in earnest at training camp next month, team president and general manager Mickey Loomis lent some of his time to Dattitude for Episode No. 79.

He candidly discussed a wide array of topics such as the transition from Sean Payton to Dennis Allen as head coach, the legal situation of Alvin Kamara and how the team is preparing for likely league action at some point, what to expect with wide receiver Michael Thomas and a whole lot more.

Jeff Duncan joined the show as a co-host with Jim Derry to...
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Saints Position Groups That Still Have Us Concerned

  • News source: John Hendrix
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We're one day closer to Saints training camp happening, although things are relatively quiet leading up to it. We should get a better idea of the team's practice schedule by mid-July, and it's certainly a season to be optimistic about even without Sean Payton at the helm. Dennis Allen has handled himself well in this transition and new era, and his coaching staff will have a big hand in the team's successes or failures this season.

New Orleans has done a pretty solid job of improving some major areas in the offseason through both free agency and the draft. The work isn't done necessarily...
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