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  • Marcus Maye: Cut loose by Saints

    The Saints intend to release Maye (shoulder) at the start of the new league year, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Maye has struggled with injuries for the last three seasons -- two of which came with New Orleans -- during which he's combined to play in only 23 games. The move could save the Saints up to $7.2 million in cap space. Meanwhile, Maye will likely have to settle for a short-term deal in the hopes of proving he can stay on the field.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Misses final six games

    Maye (shoulder) logged 37 tackles, including one sack, and two interceptions across seven appearances during the 2023 campaign. Maye ended the season on IR with a shoulder injury after being hampered by issues throughout the campaign. As a result, the 30-year-old played seven or fewer games for the third time in the last six seasons. Maye is entering the final year of his three-year, $22.5 million deal with New Orleans, which could make him a cap casualty ahead of the 2024 regular season.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Set to play Sunday

    Maye (illness, hamstring) is active for Sunday's contest against the Colts, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. Maye did not participate in Friday's practice due to an illness, but he's healthy enough to go for Sunday's game alongside starting free safety Tyrann Mathieu (foot).
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Suspension lifted

    Maye (suspension) was reinstated from the reserve-suspended list Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Maye was suspended by the league for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy prior to Week 3. He is now set to return to his role as New Orleans' starting strong safety, which means Jordan Howden should return to a reserve role. Maye did not miss a snap through two weeks to start the season and accumulated 13 tackles (11 solo) to go along with an interception.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Has charges dismissed

    Maye (shoulder) has had charges dropped following a September 2022 arrest in New Orleans, La. due to insufficient evidence, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Maye's arrest stemmed from accusations of aggravated assault with a firearm, for which he won't face any legal ramifications. However, the NFL may weigh in if it's found that he violated the personal conduct policy. Prior to missing the last three games of last season due to a shoulder injury, Maye totaled 60 tackles, two pass defenses and one forced fumble in 10 appearances.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Chance to play Sunday

    Maye (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Panthers. Maye has missed back-to-back games due to a shoulder injury, but he logged limited practices Thursday and Friday to give himself a chance to suit up Sunday. The veteran safety has recorded 60 tackles, two pass defenses and one forced fumble across 10 appearances during his first season in New Orleans.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Inactive Saturday

    Maye (shoulder) has been deemed inactive ahead of Saturday's game versus the Browns. Maye won't suit up after logging three consecutive limited practices during Week 16 prep. The 29-year-old had played every defensive snap in all but one of his 10 games this season.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Adds to stout pass defense

    Maye posted seven tackles (six solo) and two passes defended during Sunday's 21-18 victory against Atlanta. Maye logged his first two passes defended of the season, as Falcons rookie quarterback Desmond Ridder went 13-for-26 passing for 97 yards during his NFL debut Sunday. However, the starting strong safety still tied Tyrann Mathieu for his team's second-most passes defended behind cornerback Alontae Taylor (three). Maye has now recorded 60 tackles while playing every defensive snap in all but one of his 10 games this season, and he should continue to play a prominent role Week 16 in Cleveland.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Set to play Sunday

    May (abdomen) does not carry a game status on the Saints' injury report and will be available for Sunday's contest against the Rams. Maye was ruled inactive for New Orleans' Week 10 loss to Pittsburgh after being listed as questionable with an abdomen injury. While the safety was a limited participant in each practice ahead of Sunday's game, he appears ready to suit up versus the Rams. Maye has played almost every defensive snap in his six games this season, so he should reprise an every-down role alongside Tyrann Mathieu in Week 11.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Maye (abdomen) logged his second straight limited practice Wednesday, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. Maye missed this past Sunday's game against Pittsburgh after missing two practices last week. His ability to practice in a limited fashion each of the past two days suggests that he has a chance of returning Week 11 against the Rams, though he could carry a questionable tag heading into the weekend if he isn't able to fully participate Friday. Should Maye miss Sunday's contest, P.J. Williams could again be in line for increased defensive snaps.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Unable to play Sunday

    Maye (abdomen) is inactive Sunday against the Steelers. Maye logged DNP's on Thursday and Friday leading up to his inactive tag Sunday. The veteran safety's inability to suit up will be a blow to the team's secondary, while also leading to increased opportunity for J.T. Gray and Daniel Sorensen.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Available for Week 6

    Maye is active for Sunday's contest against the Bengals. Maye was limited at each practice ahead of Week 6, but he'll still return action following a three-game absence due to injured ribs. The 29-year-old pro figures to reclaim his spot as the Saints starting strong safety.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Questionable for Week 6

    Maye (ribs) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Maye was limited at practice all week, but coach Dennis Allen said Friday that the safety has a "good chance" to play against Cincinnati, Ross Jackson of Locked On Sports reports. The 29-year-old hasn't suited up since Week 2 against the Buccaneers.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Limited in practice

    Maye (ribs) was a limited participant during the Saints' practice Wednesday. Maye has been limited by a rib injury suffered in New Orleans' Week 2 loss to Tampa Bay, forcing him to miss his third consecutive game Sunday. Therefore, the veteran safety will likely need to log at least one full practice Thursday or Friday if he wants to make a return in Week 6 against the Bengals. Maye tallied 13 tackles and force a fumble over the first two games of the season, and his availability would help shore up the Saints' banged-up secondary.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Out Sunday

    Maye (ribs) is inactive Sunday against the Seahawks. Maye has been out since Week 2 against the Buccaneers, and he'll need to wait at least one more week before returning. P.J. Williams had seen an increase role in Maye's absence, but he was put on IR with a quadriceps injury, so it's unclear who will step up now in the Saints secondary.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Limited again Wednesday

    Maye (ribs) was listed as a limited participant on the Saints' injury report Wednesday. Maye was limited in practice week before being ruled out in Week 4, leaving the Saints without their starting strong safety for the second game in a row. As a result, cornerback P.J. Williams has played an increased role in New Orleans' secondary during this span, recording seven tackles and two passes defended over 107 defensive snaps. Maye will look to work his way back to full participation heading into Sunday's game against Seattle.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Won't play against Vikings

    Maye (ribs) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. Maye was a limited participant at practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he was unable to take the field Friday and won't suit up for Sunday's matchup in London. J.T. Gray and Daniel Sorensen should see increased work in the Saints' secondary in Week 4.
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  • Saints' Marcus Maye: Remains limited Wednesday

    Maye (ribs) was a limited participant Wednesday at practice, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. Maye was inactive for the Saints' Week 3 loss to the Panthers while dealing with a ribs injury and he remained limited at practice to open the week Wednesday. The team is set to travel to London this weekend, so an update on the safety's status could come sooner rather than later.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Placed on IR

    Maye (Achilles) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ethan Greenberg of the Jets' official website reports. As expected, Maye was placed on injured reserve after suffering a torn Achilles that will knock him out for the remainder of the season. The 28-year-old safety finished the 2021 campaign with 46 tackles and one sack in just six games played.
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  • Jets' Marcus Maye: Done for season

    Maye will miss the remainder of the season due to a torn Achilles, Al Iannazzone of Newsday Sports reports. This was feared to be a serious injury from the start, and its severity has now been confirmed. Maye, who was playing out the season on the franchise tag, will miss the remainder of the campaign, and his recovery may linger into next season. The 28-year-old safety finishes the season with 46 tackles and one sack in just six games played.
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