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Will Smith Restructures Deal, Who’s Next?

One-time Pro Bowl defensive end Will Smith agreed to restructure his current contract with the New Orleans Saints today. By restructuring, Smith will take less money and the Saints will save $5 to $6 million of salary cap space.

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Receivers Provide Saints’ Offense With Yards After Catch

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees in currently on-pace to break Dan Marino's single-season record for passing yards.

Marino threw for 5,084 yards in 1984 with the Miami Dolphins.

Through ten games this season, Brees has passed for 3,326 yards.

Now, of course, Brees has done his part, but he's had a little help from his receivers.

Over 1,500 of those yards have come after the catch, which ranks second in the league. 

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Saints Have Tough Road Over Final Seven Weeks

The New Orleans Saints are 6-3 on the year, and are currently in sole-possession of first place in the NFC South.

Over the season's final seven weeks however, the going won't be easy for the Saints, as they have two games remaining with the second place Atlanta Falcons, along with games against the Giants and Lions, who are both currently 6-2, as well as a scheduled math-up with the always tough Titans, who are currently 4-4.

The positive news is that they do have games remaining against both the Vikings and Panthers, who both only have two wins.

How will the Saints fare over their final seven games?

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Devery Henderson Is Deaf To His Doubters

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson (along with DE Will Smith) is the longest tenured player on the team. During his 8 year career, there have been tons of doubters and harsh critics of Devery's game. Many suggested that he be cut, or traded, or not resigned. Many are now eating some crow. Devery is deaf to his doubters. He quietly does his job, and so far in this 2011 season, does it extremely well.

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Saints Smash Bears, 30-13

The New Orleans Saints captured their first victory of the NFL season on Sunday, defeating the Chicago Bears, 30-13, at the Louisiana Superdome.

The Saints took a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter, after a 79-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Brees to receiver Devery Henderson, and never looked back.

The win snapped the Saints' four-game losing streak against the Bears.

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Saints Want Balanced Offensive Attack

When a team has a quarterback the caliber of Drew Brees, to go along with a crop of receivers the likes of Marques Colston, Lance Moore, Devery Henderson, and Robert Meachem, they be would foolish not to put the football in the air a fair-share of times.

The New Orleans Saints will indeed not be bashful about letting the football fly through the air this year, but they also want some balance with a solid running game.

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Saints Running Backs Hobbled Until the End

The New Orleans Saints were without their four best running backs, at the end of Saturday's 41-36, NFC playoff loss, to the Seattle Seahawks. James Varney, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Saints Returning To Playoffs

The New Orleans Saints are heading back to the playoffs, after defeating the Atlanta Falcons, 17-14, on Monday night. Danny cox, of the New Orleans Sports Examiner, has the story, below.

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