The New Orleans Saints gave a look at four defensive backs yesterday in a scheduled workout according to sports writer Aaron Wilson.
The four defensive backs that the Saints tried out are:
Andrew Sendejo(Safety)- Sendejo played for Rice University and went undrafted in 2010. He was invited to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers mini-camp but went unsigned. He has also been a member of the the Dallas Cowboys(2010) and most recently the New York Jets.
Ricky Price(Safety)- Price played for Oklahoma State University and went undrafted in 2009. He was then signed by the Kansas City Chiefs where he has spent most of his time on the practice squad before being waived this season.
Michael Hamlin(Safety)- Hamlin played for Clemson University was drafted in the fifth round by the Dallas Cowboys in 2009. Hamlin has also seen time with the Jacksonville Jaguars(2010) and most recently, the Indianapolis Colts.
Jonathan Nelson(Safety)- Nelson played for the University of Oklahoma and was drafted in the seventh round this year by the St. Louis Rams. Nelson was on the Rams practice squad before being released in September.
It’s unclear at this point why the Saints took a look at these free agents unless they are about to report an injury that we are unaware of or about to make an addition to the practice squad or special teams.
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