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The Saints' former free safety and 2009 1st-round draft choice became a free agent today and quickly signed with the Eagles for a 3-year deal worth $16.25 million.
With Austin Howard taking visits with other teams, the Jets are not sitting at home thinking about what they could have had, they are out checking the market.
Associated Press photo by Chuck Burton -- New Orleans' Malcolm Jenkins returns an interception as Carolina's Ryan Kalil tries to make the tackle during Sunday's game.
As Mike Triplett of ESPN points out, the Saints have not yet officially released RB Darren Sproles, although that may change in the near future.
I agree with Chase's premise that the second-team All-Pro selections are often ridiculous, and that there is a better, more accurate, more fair way to choose those positions: "Simply naming the second vote getter as the second-team All-Pro invites significant abuses of the system."
Two of the New Orleans Saints ' starting offensive linemen will become unrestricted free agents on Tuesday -- right tackle Zach Strief and center Brian De la Puente .
NFL free agency starts today, the latest step in an offseason of changes for the franchise.
Aug 25, 2013; Houston, TX, USA; New Orleans Saints guard Tim Lelito and center Brian de la Punte listen to an audible by quarterback Drew Brees against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium.
The New Orleans Saints have been very busy the last few weeks, making cuts to get themselves back under the salary cap and back in a position to make some moves in free agency.
With Malcolm Jenkins set to hit the market on Tuesday, the Saints have secured one of their only three defenders with any experience as an NFL safety.
Strief's agent tweeted today that New Orleans "is not in a position to make an offer at this time," so Zach will become a free agent on Tuesday where he will be allowed to test the open market to see what teams are willing to pay for his blocking services.
For the second time in a row, ESPN draft guru Todd McShay chooses offensive tackle Morgan Moses for the Saints in the first round of his 2014 NFL Draft.
Associated Press file photo by Phelan M. Ebenhack -- New Orleans Saints tackle Zach Strief blocks against the Buccaneers in September in Tampa, Fla.
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