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Saints officially announce deals for Fairley, Warford, Klein and Ginn

Saints officially announce deals for Fairley, Klein, Ginn and Warford (David Grunfeld, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) Saints officially announce deals for Fairley, Klein, Ginn and Warford (David Grunfeld, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune)
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The Saints have made their day one free agency signings official. The team announced the contracts of Nick Fairley, Larry Warford, A.J. Klein and Ted Ginn, Jr. have all been signed.

For Warford, the Saints signed a four-year pact. No financial terms were released. Ginn, 31, signed a three-year with New Orleans; no financial terms were released with his deal as well.Klein's deal is for three years worth a reported $15million; Fairley's contract is four years worth a reported $30 million.

Also, the NFL confirmed that safety Jairus Byrd has been given the post 6/1 designation. This means the Saints can spread the dead money hit over two seasons. However, the team does not gain that cap space until 6/1.

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