Found November 06, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The New Orleans Saints have received permission from the NFL to work out a new contract with suspended coach Sean Payton, according to a New Orleans Times-Picayune report. Despite being barred from speaking with the team during his suspension for the team's bounty scandal, the two sides can communicate regarding his contract situation, the paper said. If the two sides can't reach an agreement, Payton would be allowed to negotiate with any team. Saints quarterback Drew Brees feels that he will play for Payton in 2013. "I absolutely believe he'll be back," Brees told reporters after Monday night's win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Linebacker Scott Shanle sounded less optimistic. "We'd be crazy if we said we weren't worried about it, but at the same time, that's out of our control," Shanle told reporters. "We can't do anything about it. We can't let that story and that development sidetrack us from what we're ...
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