Alvin Kamara, Marshon Lattimore join list of Saints restructures

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The Saints have long favored restructuring contracts of veteran players in order to create cap space and they’ve completed a number of them heading into the start of the new league year on Wednesday.

Monday brought word that they reworked defensive end Cam Jordan‘s deal in order to create $10 million in cap space and Tuesday brings word that two other longtime Saints have seen their deals restructured. Field Yates of ESPN reports that running back Alvin Kamara and cornerback Marshon Lattimore are now on the list as well.

The three moves created $29.201 million in cap space for the Saints.

While the Saints have opened up cap space, they spent Monday watching members of their defensive front agree to deals with other teams. David Onyemata, Shy Tuttle, Marcus Davenport, and Kaden Elliss are all set to sign with other teams.

6 responses to “Alvin Kamara, Marshon Lattimore join list of Saints restructures

  1. This team will be bare bones by the time their done esp with the off field issues that will hit them soon.

  2. Saints are retooling defense but it has been the offense that has been lacking from coaching down, not just the qb. Perhaps nobody wants very many of the components of the offense.

  3. Cap hell in 2024 and beyond will be a nightmare. Whoever manages their cap the best in that division will be in the best shape. My guess is it will be Atlanta.

  4. Every year they do deeper into the next years cap. They are starting to lose players because of it and also stuck with aging stars. They are already over the 2024 cap by $109,717,608 and not done yet since they still need to create more space to sign other players and their draft class.

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