What a new Collective Bargaining Agreement means for Saints salary cap, Drew Brees contract

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.

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