New Orleans Saints tryout a free agent quarterback; sign a wide receiver


Aug 10, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace (6) looks to pass during the second half of a preseason game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Cleveland defeated Detroit 19-17. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE

The New Orleans Saints worked out five receivers recently and a report from writer Adam Caplan says now the team is looking at a free agent quarterback.  Shortly after that came out, the Saints announced that they did indeed sign a wide receiver from free agency.

Making a return to the team is wide receiver Greg Camarillo who is now on his third stint with the Saints.  To make room for Camarillo the team released cornerback Elbert Mack.

Camarillo was signed in preseason but released during final roster cuts.  He was then re-signed when Devery Henderson sustained a concussion, then released again when Henderson returned.

Quarterback Seneca Wallace got a workout with the Saints and out of all them, this is the most “what the heck is going on” one.  This may just be an attempt to get a look in case something were to happen to Brees or for next season if backup Chase Daniels were to leave in the offseason. Wallace has previously played for the Seattle Seahawks and Cleveland Browns.