Saints Sign New Running Back Monday And Make More Roster Changes
On Monday, the New Orleans Saints announced they made a few changes to the 2022 roster. A few players didn't make the cut and are on their way out, while others cut a deal just in time for off-season training camp. One player, in particular, is hoping his third try to make an NFL final cut is a charm. Fresh off last weekend’s rookie minicamp practice at the team facility in Metairie, a handful of free agents and first-year players got their shot to try out.Devine Ozigbo
Confirming his signing, Ozigbo is going to have to bring it if he wants to join the talent-stacked Saints' backfield of Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram, Tony Jones Jr., Dwayne Washington, and Abram Smith. As for Kamara and his off-the-field incident in Vegas, his case is still pending which is why the league has no comment on his status. His next hearing has been pushed to August. Most sports analysts believe it is very likely that the league or the Saints will suspend Kamara for a few games at best.
Meanwhile, in other changes to the roster, the New Orleans Saints signed LB Eric Wilson and OL Josh Andrews (according to his agent) to add more depth in the positions. They opted not to re-sign C-Will Clapp, WR -Jalen McCleskey, OL-Cohl Cabral, LB-Joe Dublanko, and both TE's undrafted Dylan Soehner from Iowa State and Ethan Wolf for failed physical performances.