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Saints believe 'the sky is the limit' for new safety tandem of Tyrann Mathieu and Marcus Maye

When considering the New Orleans Saints secondary as a whole, there’s one thing that is taking precedence at this stage of training camp. It helps explain why starting safeties (and new teammates) Tyrann Mathieu and Marcus Maye are locker room neighbors, a throwback to what had been a common practice in the days before the coronavirus pandemic disrupted the NFL’s standard-operating procedure.
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Saints' Marcus Maye: Receives clearance for camp

General Manager Mickey Loomis said Tuesday that Maye is "ready to go" for training camp after recovering from an Achilles injury. It's good news for the Saints and Maye, who is expected to replace Marcus Williams at safety after signing a three-year, $28.5 million contract in March. He notched 88 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions the last time he played a full season, so he has an outside shot at achieving fantasy-relevant DB production in 2022.
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Saints OTA Winners And Losers Ft. Jameis Winston, Adam Trautman, Marcus Maye, Jameis Winston

New Orleans Saints OTA winners and losers is the focus of today’s show. Saints OTAs are over and Saints minicamp starts next week so let's take a look at who did what at NO Saints OTAs. Marcus Maye, Kirk Merritt, Jameis Winston, Lucas Krull, Abram Smith, Kaden Elliss, Bryce Thompson and Wil Lutz were all Saints OTA winners as they impressed Dennis Allen and the Saints coaching staff. Saints OTA losers included Adam Trautman as Saints news reports that Juwan Johnson was getting reps with the Saints first-team in the red zone, and the offensive line because Dennis Allen and Pete Carmichael wanted to see more hustle and more urgency at the Saints OTAs. Saints Now host Will Scott shares his thoughts on the latest Saints news and Saints rumors in today’s video! #NFL
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DUI case for Saints safety Marcus Maye has been pushed back, court records say

The 15-month-old legal case pending in Florida for New Orleans Saints safety Marcus Maye has been continued until Aug. 24, according to court records. Maye faces three misdemeanor charges related to an alleged incident from February 2021 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, including driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident and DUI property damage. He also faces a citation of careless driving. On the day after his arrest, Maye entered a not guilty plea on all charges.
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New Orleans Saints' NFL free-agent signings 2022: Saints add QB Andy Dalton to back up Jameis Winston

METAIRIE, La. -- NFL free agency is off and running, and we're keeping track of every major signing, trade and release of the 2022 offseason, with analysis from our NFL Nation reporters and grades from our experts. The new league year began Wednesday, which means free-agent signings started to become official after that. The first round of the 2022 NFL draft begins April 28 on ESPN.
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Saints, safety Marcus Maye, agree on 3-year free-agent deal

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Saints and former New York Jets safety Marcus Maye agreed on a three-year, free-agent contract, addressing a void created when Marcus Williams chose to leave New Orleans for Baltimore. Maye, who turned 29 last week, has spent his first five NFL seasons with the...
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Saints Agree To Terms With S Marcus Maye On Three-Year Contract

The New Orleans Saints announced today that they have agreed to terms with unrestricted free agent S Marcus Maye on a three-year contract. The announcement was made by Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis. Maye, entering his sixth NFL season, first entered the league as a second round draft...
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