|Feb. 29, 20165:21 PM PT6:21 PM MT7:21 PM CT8:21 PM ET1:21 GMT9:21 AM 北京时间6:21 PM MST8:21 PM EST7:21 PM CT5:21 UAE (+1)20:21 ET0:21 - The Saints have formally released the franchise's career receiving leader Marques Colston. The move appeared on the NFL's official transactions list Monday and indicates that Colston's contract was terminated with a "failed physical" designation.
Analysis: The 32-year-old Colston missed the last two games of the season with a chest injury. The Associated Press reported last week that Colston had been informed he was being released. A seventh-round draft choice out of Hofstra in 2006, the 6-foot-4 Colston owns Saints receiving records for catches with 711, yards with 9,759 and touchdowns with 72.
|Feb. 24, 20168:46 AM PT9:46 AM MT10:46 AM CT11:46 AM ET16:46 GMT12:46 AM 北京时间9:46 AM MST11:46 AM EST10:46 AM CT20:46 UAE11:46 ET15:46 - A person familiar with the decision says Colston has been informed he'll be released by the only NFL club for which he has played during his 10-year pro career.
Analysis: The 32-year-old Colston, a seventh-round draft choice out of Hofstra in 2006, owns Saints receiving records for catches with 711, yards with 9,759 and touchdowns with 72. Playing through various injuries in recent years, Colston had his least productive season in 2015, with 520 yards and four TDs.
|Dec. 27, 201511:12 AM PT12:12 PM MT1:12 PM CT2:12 PM ET19:12 GMT3:12 AM 北京时间12:12 PM MST2:12 PM EST1:12 PM CT23:12 UAE14:12 ET17:12 - Colston is out for Sunday afternoon's game against Atlanta due to a chest injury.
Analysis: Colston, the team's all-time leading receiver, has a chest injury that also sidelined him for New Orleans' victory over Jacksonville last Sunday. Colston finished with 45 catches for a career-low 520 yards and four touchdowns, including a 53-yard score, in 13 games this season.
|Dec. 24, 20158:05 PM PT9:05 PM MT10:05 PM CT11:05 PM ET4:05 GMT12:05 AM 北京时间9:05 PM MST11:05 PM EST10:05 PM CT8:05 UAE23:05 ET2:05 - Colston did not practice Thursday.
Analysis: Colston has a chest injury.
|Dec. 13, 20152:29 PM PT3:29 PM MT4:29 PM CT5:29 PM ET22:29 GMT6:29 AM 北京时间3:29 PM MST5:29 PM EST4:29 PM CT2:29 UAE (+1)17:29 ET20:29 - Colston caught two touchdowns in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
Analysis: Colston had only one touchdown grab in his first 11 games.
|Nov. 1, 20153:03 PM PT4:03 PM MT5:03 PM CT6:03 PM ET23:03 GMT7:03 AM 北京时间4:03 PM MST6:03 PM EST5:03 PM CT3:03 UAE (+1)18:03 ET21:03 - Colston turned back the clock Sunday, finishing with eight catches for 114 yards and one score in a shootout win over the Giants.
Analysis: Colston used to be a big fantasy star, but those days are long gone.
|Oct. 11, 20151:57 PM PT2:57 PM MT3:57 PM CT4:57 PM ET20:57 GMT4:57 AM 北京时间1:57 PM MST3:57 PM EST3:57 PM CT0:57 UAE (+1)16:57 ET19:57 - Colston returned Sunday and had one measly catch.
Analysis: Colston missed last Thursday's game against Atlanta with a right shoulder injury.
|Oct. 5, 20159:00 PM PT10:00 PM MT11:00 PM CT12:00 AM ET4:00 GMT12:00 PM 北京时间9:00 PM MST11:00 PM EST11:00 PM CT8:00 UAE0:00 ET3:00 - Colston was awful Sunday.
Analysis: Colston caught four passes for 19 yards. He has 164 yards and the glory days when he was racking up 1,000-yard campaigns seems like a long time ago.
|Mar. 6, 20157:44 AM PT8:44 AM MT9:44 AM CT10:44 AM ET15:44 GMT11:44 PM 北京时间8:44 AM MST10:44 AM EST9:44 AM CT19:44 UAE10:44 ET14:44 - Colston has agreed to contract changes and will remain with the Saints next season.
Analysis: Without restructuring, Colston would have cost New Orleans $9.7 million against the cap. No other contract details have been released. Colston has 9,239 yards receiving and 68 touchdowns in nine seasons, but saw a dip in production in 2014, when he had 902 yards and five TDs, his first season with under 1,000 yards while playing in 16 games.
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