The NFL could be closing in on reaching a new collective bargaining agreement with the players that would lock in labor peace for the next decade.
More games, expanded playoffs, more practice restrictions. There is a lot on the table that could change the way the league looks and operates over the next decade. But locally, a new CBA could have significant ramifications on how New Orleans' approaches Drew Brees' next contract and how much of the salary it has to carry on the 2020 cap.
Jared Cook knows quarterbacks. The Saints tight end has played for five different teams and been thrown a pass by 18 different players. He’s played with multiple Super-Bowl winning quarterbacks, even more Pro Bowlers, and two sure-fire Hall of Famers. All of them come with a unique acclimation process. All good quarterbacks are demanding, especially […]
This is fitting. The whole road might be, really, depending on how it plays out. Drew Brees vs. Tom Brady. Drew Brees vs. Aaron Rodgers (or the Rams who stole his last best shot while riding on the back of zebras). Drew Brees vs. Patrick Mahomes. What a story, if it plays out likes this. […]