Saints agree to 5-year deal with Marques Colston

Mar 13, 2012 at 9:42 AM--


According to Jay Glazer, the New Orleans Saints have just agreed to new 5-year deal with wide receiver Marques Colston, taking him out of the free agency pool.

Colston was one of the receivers that the 49ers might have been interested in.



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