Payton said Colston dealt with foot soreness throughout the season, and will have to monitor his practice time this season.
Fansided "After a down year statistically speaking for Marques Colston, the New Orleans Saints wide receiver proved that he still has what it takes to play the position. Facing a stiff Seattle Seahawks secondary in the divisional game, Colston hauled in 11 receptions for 144 yards and a touchdown. The..." January 26
CBSSports.com "There was one huge unanswered question following the Saints 23-15 playoff loss to Seattle on Saturday: Was Marques Colston's lateral on the final play of the game a called by the Saints coaching staff or did Colston go rogue and decide to make an unplanned lateral across the field? Saints coach..." January 14
New Orleans Times-Picayune "It's no surprise that Marques Colston set the New Orleans Saints' career receiving record in the 23-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons and hardly anyone noticed. The only thing the Saints' star receiver has failed to catch during his stellar career is people's attention. Colston's 25-yard..." September 10
Who Dat Dish "We knew going in to New Orleans Saints training camp that the team had a variety of injuries—safety Roman Harper is dealing with one as is rookie wide receiver Kenny Stills and cornerback Patrick Robinson. One name we didn’t expect to see pop up on the injury list is one of the Saints’ most..." July 26
Who Dat Dish "New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston isn’t your average NFL wide receiver and we mean that in the greatest way possible. Colston is by no means average on the field, but we’re talking about something else. When you think of an NFL wide receiver you think of a diva. Whether it’s Chad..." June 23
New Orleans Times-Picayune "The New Orleans Saints have restructured contracts with receiver Marques Colston and guards Jahri Evans and Ben Grubbs to create more in salary-cap space, league sources have confirmed. They also restructured linebacker David Hawthorne's deal, according to ESPN.com. Add Hawthorne's reported..." February 28