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Head coach Sean Payton said Brees plans to play for two-to-four more seasons,'s Larry Holder reports.

Brees celebrated his 38th birthday two weeks after the end of the 2016 season -- a campaign in which he threw for 5,208 yards and 37 touchdowns. There was talk of his decline early in the 2015 season, but he 's since proven beyond a shadow of doubt that he's still one of the best quarterbacks in the league. As always, the Saints are looking to rebuild their defense in the offseason, hoping to put a competitive roster around Brees for the first time since 2013. The team did trade wideout Brandin Cooks to the Patriots, but with Michael Thomas and Willie Snead joined out wide by free-agent signing Tedd Ginn, the 38-year-old quarterback shouldn't have any trouble finding open receivers. He should have at least two or three more years left in the tank, assuming he wants to keep playing.
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Martavis Bryant Headshot

Bryant (suspension) likely will be reinstated soon, The Beaver County Times reports.

Bryant applied for reinstatement Jan. 28 with the expectation he'd get a ruling within 60 days -- which ultimately didn't happen. The delayed decision isn't a bad sign, as the NFL often drags its feet on such matters, particularly when the league office is busy dealing with other issues. Bryant has filled out his once-wiry frame while training in Nevada during the year-long suspension, with reports suggests he's put on at least 15 pounds of muscle. Assuming the reinstatement goes through, he should step back in as the No. 2 wide receiver in a high-powered Pittsburgh offense.
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