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New Orleans Saints

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome | Coach: Sean Payton
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense1st113.6 (13th)297.8 (3rd)
Defense31st132.8 (29th)251.2 (25th)

Schedule

Sun Sep 7
L 37 - 34at ATL
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Sun Sep 14
L 26 - 24at CLE
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Sun Sep 21
W 20 - 9MIN
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Sun Sep 28
L 38 - 17at DAL
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Sun Oct 5
W 37 - 31TB
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Sun Oct 19
L 24 - 23at DET
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Sun Oct 26
W 44 - 23GB
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Thu Oct 30
W 28 - 10at CAR
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Sun Nov 9
L 27 - 24SF
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Sun Nov 16
L 27 - 10CIN
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Mon Nov 24
L 34 - 27BAL
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Sun Nov 30
W 35 - 32at PIT
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Sun Dec 7
L 41 - 10CAR
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Mon Dec 15
W 31 - 15at CHI
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Sun Dec 21
L 30 - 14ATL
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Sun Dec 28
W 23 - 20at TB
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Standings

NFC
South
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Carolina7-8-14-2-0
New Orleans7-9-03-3-0
Atlanta6-10-05-1-0
Tampa Bay2-14-00-6-0
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Saints TE Orson Charles pleads guilty in road rage incident
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Saints tight end Orson Charles will enter a diversion program after pleading guilty to wanton endangerment in a road rage incident, according to CBS affiliate WKYT.

Last April, Charles was accused of pointing a firearm at another driver on a Madison County, Ky. road. As part of the diversion program, Charles must check in with a parole officer once a month via telephone. If he has no other run-ins with the law, this charge will be dropped from his record. 

Charles spent most of the 2014 season on the Saints' practice squad.

Charles was a former fourth-round pick in the 2012 draft by the Bengals. A standout tight end in college at Georgia, Charles was moved to fullback in Cincinnati before being released prior to the 2014 season. 

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Saints linebacker Parys Haralson hopes to finish career in New Orleans
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Veteran Saints linebacker Parys Haralson is hoping to finish his career on Bourbon Street. He isn't planning on retiring after this season, but he wants to remain with the tea m until his career comes to a close, according to NOLA.com.

"I like being with the Saints, so hopefully that will be my last stop whenever it's time for me to retire," Haralson said. "Maybe the Saints will be the last team I play with and I'll retire as a Saint. I'm not saying it'll be my last stop in the NFL, but I just don't want to be that guy that goes another year here, another year there, and then retires."

Haralson played all 16 games in 2014, totaling 35 tackles with three sacks. He also said he enjoys playing for defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.

"I'm not going to lie, I love playing for Rob, and knowing that he was going to be back, is something that I was fired up about," Haralson said. "Knowing that he was going to be back was like a plus."

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Report: Saints ask guard Jahri Evans to rework contract
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

With the Saints trying to get under the league's salary cap by March 10, the team has reached out to guard Jahri Evans to rework his contract, sources told The Times-Picayune.

Evans' cap hit for the 2015 season would be $11 million and with the Saints at least $20 million over the cap, the team was prepared to release Evans to gain flexibility. The two sides are now trying to rework a deal to keep Evans in a Saints uniform.

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Report: Saints trying to get deal done with Patrick Robinson
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Saints have been in contract discussions with cornerback Patrick Robinson and are hoping to reach an agreement on a deal, a source told The Advocate.

Robinson can become a free agent March 10 if no deal is reached. The former first-round pick has spent his entire five-year career with the Saints. In 2014, he produced 39 tackles and two interceptions.

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Domestic violence charge against Saints' Junior Galette dismissed
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

The misdemeanor domestic violence charge against Saints linebacker Junior Galette has been dismissed, per a statement by his attorney. The Kenner City Attorney's Office confirmed the dismissal, per the New Orleans Adovcate.

"This happened after the four witnesses in the case were interviewed and after further investigation," attorney Ralph Whalen said. "The case will not be prosecuted."

The woman who accused Galette of beating her has filed a civil lawsuit against the Saints linebacker, the Associated Press reports. The lawsuit also contains allegations against other Saints players.

Whalen said Thursday that the lawsuit is "filled with lies" and was filed only after his client rejected a $2 million "shakedown."

"We unequivocally rejected their offer because we are confident an investigation and a full hearing of the facts will reveal that Junior Galette behaved appropriately and will be cleared," Whalen said.

Galette was arrested and booked with misdemeanor battery on Jan. 5 after the police responded to a disturbance at his home in Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans.

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