8:37 AM EDT, Tue March 31, 2015

Who Dat Say Dey Gonna Grade Dem Saints: Mark Ingram

In this series, we take a look at the starters and major role-players of the 2014 New Orleans Saints. Once considered a bust by many (and still by some), Mark Ingram put together the best season of his career in 2014, despite missing time... but did he improve enough to earn a passing grade? Welcome to another edition of Grade Dat, where we take a look at the starters and major role-players of the 2014 New Orleans Saints, put a grade value on them, and list the things we liked and the things we disliked about them in the 2014 season  Last time out, we put Keenan Lewis' season up...
Times-Picayune Mar 27, 2015

New Orleans Saints' Mark Ingram 'extremely blessed' for personal-life changes, website reports

Running back grateful for new contract, birth of daughter, release of father from prison, he tells ESPN.com.
Times-Picayune Mar 18, 2015
Saints' Mark Ingram tells site he respects Chris Borland's decision to retire at 24

Saints' Mark Ingram tells site he respects Chris Borland's decision to retire at 24

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland announced he was retiring at 24 earlier this offseason and sent a shockwave through the league as he cited health concerns as the reason he was quiting the game. Saints running back Mark Ingram...
Times-Picayune Mar 18, 2015

Mark Ingram, C.J. Spiller signed similar contracts with Saints: Who got a better deal?

If both players remain with the Saints for the full four years, Spiller will out-gain Ingram in cash until the final year.
Times-Picayune Mar 10, 2015

Mark Ingram on Pierre Thomas' future: 'Teams will be all over him'

Ingram agreed to a new four-year contract to remain with the Saints on Saturday, just three days after the team released Thomas, an eight-year veteran.

Saints' offensive perimeter group is set with re-signing of Mark Ingram: Jeff Duncan

Saints can now concentrate on defense, interior offensive line needs

Mark Ingram's Reported Contract Details and Cap Liability

Figures of Saints running back Mark Ingram's contract have leaked out today on twitter. According to Aaron Wilson of Ravens Insider Mark Ingram four year deal is worth $16 million. That we pretty much already knew. $7.6 million is the reported guaranteed money, $3.6 million signing bonus, 2015 salary of $1 million, 2016 at $3 million, 2017 at $3 million and the final year in 2018 at $4 million. We all know how those final years of a contract usually plays out. Based on these numbers, Mark's cap hit for 2015 would be $2 million. $900k prorated signing bonus, plus $1 million 2015 salary, and...
Times-Picayune Mar 8, 2015

New Orleans Saints confirm Mark Ingram signing 4-year deal to stay 'in Black & Gold'

"I'm excited to continue my career in Black and Gold," Ingram said.
Times-Picayune Mar 8, 2015

Mark Ingram is officially 'the man' at running back for New Orleans Saints with new deal: Larry Holder

Color me surprised the New Orleans Saints secured running back Mark Ingram to a four-year deal before free agency. Actually, color me stunned. A few heavy factors pointed against this deal, worth a reported $16 million maximum, coming together before...
Times-Picayune Mar 7, 2015

Mark Ingram signs new deal to stay with New Orleans Saints, according to source

Ingram, 25, rushed for a career-high 964 yards in 2014 and would have been considered one of the NFL's top free-agent backs.
Times-Picayune Mar 7, 2015

New Orleans Saints react to Mark Ingram signing: 'Proud of my dude'

Saints teammates and other players around the league sent their good wishes on Twitter Saturday night.

New Orleans Saints Re-Sign Mark Ingram to 4-Year Deal

Ingramania! is re-sweeping Who Dat Nation. The New Orleans Saints will re-sign running back Mark Ingram to a 4-year contract, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Saints and RB Mark Ingram have reached agreement on a four-year deal, per league source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 8, 2015 Not surprising considering the news earlier this week that the team would be parting way with Pierre Thomas. The Saints were going to have to do something to guarantee the future of the running back position. Ingram proved last season that he can be a valuable asset for the offense when healthy and...
Bleeding Green Nation Mar 7, 2015

Mark Ingram re-signs with Saints, but Eagles never had interest

For more news and rumors on the Eagles free agent moves, check out our Eagles 2015 free agency hub. The Eagles won't be signing Mark Ingram this offseason. According to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the New Orleans Saints re-signed their former first round pick to a four-year deal worth $16 million. Philadelphia was rumored to be interested in Ingram after news of the LeSean McCoy trade broke. The rumors made sense because the Eagles need a new starting running back. According to Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly, however, the Birds were never interested in Ingram. As a bonus, Mosher also...

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