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              FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2006 file photo, New Orlean Saints head coach Sean Payton, left, congratulates Dallas Cowboys head coach BIll Parcells after the Cowboys beat the Saints 30-7 in a preseason NFL football game at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, La. Payton says he will meet Tuesday, March 27, 2012, with Bill Parcells, and part of that discussion will include who will coach the Saints this coming season.  Payton says he will decide in the next "two to three" days whether he will appeal the suspension that would keep him off the sideline this season because of his role in the Saints  FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2006 file photo, New Orlean Saints head coach Sean Payton, left, congratulates Dallas Cowboys head coach BIll Parcells after the Cowboys beat the Saints 30-7 in a preseason NFL football game at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, La. Payton says he will meet Tuesday, March 27, 2012, with Bill Parcells, and part of that discussion will include who will coach the Saints this coming season. Payton says he will decide in the next "two to three" days whether he will appeal the suspension that would keep him off the sideline this season because of his role in the Saints' bounty system. (AP Photo/The Shreveport Times, Shane Bevel) ** NO SALES, MAGS OUT MANDATORY CREDIT   

Bill Parcells, Saints to meet

New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton and general manager Mickey Loomis are scheduled to meet with Bill Parcells on Tuesday to gauge his interest in becoming New Orleans’ interim head coach while Payton serves a one-year suspension.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter says Sean Payton and Mickey Loomis will meet with Bill Parcells to determine if he is interested in becoming the Saints’ interim coach. Schefter also dishes on Payton’s relationship with Parcells, whether Payton will appeal his one-year suspension and more.

Payton has been suspended for a year and Loomis for eight regular-season games for failing to halt a bounty program that paid Saints defenders for hits that resulted in opponents having to leave the game.

Yet one NFL source said Monday night that he would be “shocked” if Parcells took the Saints job, largely because he likely would have to wait five more years to be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame if he returned to coaching.

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