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Hornets' Davis, Magic's Nelson both returningUpdated Mar 4 Share TweetNEW ORLEANS (AP) -- New Orleans rookie forward Anthony Davis and Orlando guard Jameer Nelson both are returning to their respective lineups for Monday night's game between the Hornets and Magic.Source: nba.comShare TweetThe Saints didn’t use the franchise tag on Monday, but they did make a move to clear themselves room under the salary cap. Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com reports that the team has restructured the contract of defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley. Bunkley had beShare TweetHe will receive $29 million signing bonus, $52 million in guaranteed money
New Orleans Saints 2013 Free Agency TrackerUpdated Mar 4 Share TweetKeep track of who's in and who's out on the Saints roster in 2013Share TweetESPN writes about how Remi Ayodele blasts Anthony HargroveJoe Flacco's $120.6 million contract includes $52 million in guarantees, which is less than Drew Brees' $60 million guarantee, according to NFL.comNFL.com ranks the free agent quarterbacks. Saint…Share TweetThe Saints will likely tender Chris Ivory with a second-round tender or no compensation
Saints need a pass-rusherUpdated Mar 4 Share TweetIn this Insider post, Gary Horton and Field Yates take a look at the biggest needs for the New Orleans Saints. Not surprisingly, almost all the needs are on the defensive side of the ball and nowhere are they bigger than at outside linebacker. That’s whSource: ESPN.com
Magic Erase 17-Point Deficit To Top HornetsMar 4Aaron Afflalo scores 26 points to lead Magic to 105-102 win over Hornets.
5-on-5: The state of the Los Angeles LakersMar 4In or out? We size up the Lakers 22 games away from the end of the 2012-13 season.
Peter King: Flacco, Brady on opposite ends of QB contract spectrumMar 4I'll get to the news of the week in the never-ending NFL news cycle in a few moments, but let's start with the elephant in the room in the wake of the Tom Brady contract. A majority of you seem skeptical (and that's putting it mildly) that Brady did a g…