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Topic - Zach Strief
The New Orleans Saints and right tackle Zach Strief have agreed to a five-year contract extension.
With no sign of a contract breakthrough for Drew Brees on the eve of the Saints' first offseason practice, safety Roman Harper tried to look on the bright side.
Sean Payton apologized Friday for the bounty system under which Saints players were offered payouts for big hits on opponents, saying he takes "full responsibility" for the program that operated for three years under his watch.
Having shed their long-held reputation for losing with bumbling ineptitude, the New Orleans Saints open the playoffs as the Super Bowl contenders they expected to be.
Saints lineman Zach Strief has found an unusual New Orleans restaurant where he can satisfy both his cravings for Creole cooking and his hunger to give back.
Saints starting right tackle Zach Strief and starting center Olin Kreutz both have left Sunday's game against the Houston Texans because of apparent leg injuries.
"Obviously, Drew kind of runs the show for us," Strief said, referring to blocking assignments made at the line of scrimmage. "It's an opportunity for a young guy to step up, and if not, I'm sure they'll bring in a real good veteran for us and we'll be fine."