The NFL has reinstated Saints coach Sean Payton.
The Saints are discussing a new contract with OC Pete Carmichael.
Saints OC Pete Carmichael will turn down requests to interview for the offensive coordinator jobs of the Jaguars and Eagles.
According to Profootballtalk.com, Bills coach Doug Marrone "could" be gearing up to make a run at luring Saints OC Pete Carmichael away from New Orleans to be Buffalo's offensive coordinator.
Saints agreed in principle on a five-year contract with head coach Sean Payton.
According to ESPN, NFL officials and Sean Payton's agent are "finalizing the conditions under which" the sides can negotiate a contract extension.
Suspended coach Sean Payton is expected to "keep his options open" and will not make an immediate decision about his future, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Returning from his eight-game bounty scandal suspension, GM Mickey Loomis expressed "absolute" confidence Tuesday that the Saints and Sean Payton will reach a contract agreement to keep the coach in New Orleans.
Suspended head coach Sean Payton's three-year contract extension through the 2015 season has been voided by the NFL.
Offensive line coach Aaron Kromer will serve as Saints interim coach to open the regular season, while Joe Vitt serves his six-game suspension.
The Washington Post reports the NFL does not plan to take action against the Saints for allegedly wiretapping opposing coaching staffs until the legal process is complete.
The FBI and Louisiana State Police have established a joint task force to investigate allegations that the Saints illegally wiretapped opposing coaching staffs from 2002-04.
The Saints plan to seek "all legal recourse" regarding ESPN's Monday report that GM Mickey Loomis used an electronic device to eavesdrop on opposing coaches from 2002-2004.
ESPN's Outside the Lines reports that Saints GM Mickey Loomis used an electronic device in the Superdome to eavesdrop on opposing coaching staffs during the 2002 through 2004 seasons.