New Orleans Saints: Jonathan Vilma, Roman Harper, and roster moves

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Saints SS Roman Harper (Source: blitzandglam.com)

Defensive coordinator Gregg Williams continues to use Harper all over the field, and he once again is responding by putting together what looks to be another Pro Bowl caliber season.

He has 69 tackles, two forced fumbles, and 6.5 sacks — 2.5 more than his career high of four with six games still remaining.

The Saints quietly made two roster moves yesterday waiving offensive tackle Ray Willis, and activating offensive tackle William Robinson from the practice squad.

Willis was signed two weeks ago after the team placed right tackle Charles Brown on inured reserve with a hip flexor injury.

Robinson entered the league as undrafted free agent out of San Diego State in 2008 as a practice squad player for the Seattle Seahawks. 

He made his regular season debut with the Washington Redskins in 2009, before rejoining the Seahawks until his release.

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