Noah Spence’s trek back to the playing field gained legs Wednesday when the New Orleans Saints signed the former Bishop McDevitt star. New Orleans resigned the 27-year-old, former second-round pick to a one-year deal worth $910,000, according to multiple reports. Spence first signed with New Orleans in 2019, but has yet to play in a game with the team.
The Associated Press The New Orleans Saints cut eight-year veteran tight end and special teams regular Josh Hill on Wednesday and also voided the contract of Jared Cook, who was due to become a free agent this offseason. The decision to release the 6-foot-5, 250-pound Hill saves the Saints about $2.6 million in salary cap space for the coming season.
The New Orleans Saints and Jameis Winston are reportedly not close to agreeing to a new contract as the start of free agency draws near. "The Saints want him back, potentially to compete or be their starting quarterback," NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said Wednesday. "It sounds like he wants to come back.