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The NFL Players Association wants rookie minicamps to focus on rookies.

Citing 14 teams, including the Saints, the NFLPA filed a grievance against over clubs unsigned players with NFL players to tryout and work alongside rookies who are trying to make the league or recently broke in, according to Fox Sports.

As a result, the NFL and NFLPA have reached an agreement limiting the number of unsigned veterans who can try out at rookie minicamp to five players.

The Saints had a handful of veteran players at their recent camp, including wide receiver Josh Morgan, a seven-year veteran, who inked a deal with New Orleans this week.