Signed by New Orleans to reserve/future contract, 1/7/13…Signed by Miami Dolphins to practice squad, 12/19/12…Waived by Packers, 8/24/12…Signed by Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent, 5/11/12…A four-year letterman for the Thunderbirds, playing in 36 games with 32 starts, including 32 straight to end his career, moving to cornerback from safety as a junior…In 2011 as a senior, started all 11 games and earned first-team All-Great West Conference honors, posting career-high 69 tackles (48 solo), including four tackles for a loss, five passes defensed and an interception returned for a TD…Earned first-team All-Great West recognition from coaches in 2010, as he finished with 54 tackles (36 solo), including 2.5 tackles for a loss, an interception, five passes defensed and a fumble recovery…Started all 11 contests as sophomore at safety and registered 61 tackles (40 solo), an interception, two passes defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery…In four games as a freshman, posted eight tackles (five solo)…Graduated with a degree in exercise science…Attended Oakland (Calif.) Technical HS, where he didn’t play football until senior season, earning second-team all-conference with 46 tackles, four interceptions and 13 passes defensed at CB and S…Also lettered in baseball, basketball and volleyball…Volunteered in the public relations department of the Oakland Raiders during a summer in high school…Mother passed away when he was 12 years old and lived with his grandparents for eight years.
White Sulphur Springs residents welcomed the New Orleans Saints as they arrived in town. Video by Justin Shout (New Orleans Saints video)
Sean Kelley and John DeShazier review the top story lines involving the New Orleans Saints as they prepare to open the 2014 training camp presented by Verizon.
Saints punter Thomas Morstead hosted a photo shoot with 13 local Superheros modeling his Sprout6 clothing line benefiting his foundation What You Give Will Grow. (New Orleans Saints video)
Patrick O'Flaherty and Andrea Izzo, owners of the Irish Pub in Lewisburg, W.Va., lived in New Orleans for nearly 20 years. Patrick and his brother operated O’Flaherty’s Irish Channel Pub on Toulouse Street in the French Quarter up until 2005. Video by Justin Stout (New Orleans Saints video)