Saints GM: New deal for Michael Thomas in discussion

Following Cameron Jordan’s contract was extended by the New Orleans Saints a week, the man in line for a money back is stud receiver Michael Thomas.
Those discussions are under way.
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General manager Mickey Loomis told Adam Schein on Mad Dog Sports Radio lately the Saints have had”some conversations” to a new contract for its star receiver but would not go into detail.
“We’ve had some discussions, and I like keeping that close to the vest until there is something to report, but look, we love what Mike’s done for us,” Loomis said. “He is a wonderful player, one of the best at his position in the league, and hopefully we can keep him a Saint for a long time too.”
The Saints go-to receiving goal, Thomas has become one of the dangers in the NFL, compiling yards along with a least 90 catches all his three seasons in the league. As Drew Brees’ security blanket, the wideout that is 26-year-old is currently coming from a 125-catch, 1,405-yard season.
A second-round pick in 2016, Thomas enters the last period of his rookie contract, place to make $1.148 million — peanuts in comparison to his worth. There is little doubt the Saints would love to maintain their No. 1 target paid and happy. But the franchise tag appears to be likely for the star receiver if it doesn’t occur in the upcoming few months.

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