Signed by the Saints to a two-year contract, 5/16/13…Waived by the New York Jets, 9/4/12…Claimed off of waivers by Jets from Miami Dolphins, 9/1/12…Waived by Miami, 8/31/12…Re-signed by the Dolphins as a free agent, 1/30/12…Originally signed by the Dolphins to the practice squad, 10/5/11…Attended UNLV, where he was a preseason third-team All-MWC selection as a senior in 2010...Played in 13 games with 12 starts at defensive tackle…Ranked second on squad with five tackles for loss…Played in 12 games with nine starts as a sophomore in 2008 and recorded 32 tackles (14 solo), led the team with seven tackles for loss and shared the team lead with a pair of sacks…Posted four tackles, including three for losses, in win at Arizona State…Played seven games as a redshirt freshman in 2007…Finished with 10 total tackles, including two for loss…Redshirted as a true freshman in 2006…Majored in university studies…Pronunciation: e-saw-AH-co ah-ah-two-e…Graduated from Faga’itua (Pago Pago) HS…Played one season as team won the island championship in 2005…Also competed in rugby, volleyball and soccer…Born on Jan. 25, 1987, in Pago Pago.
Former wide receiver Lance Moore talks about why Saints running back Adrian Peterson will make the Saints backfield better with running backs Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara.
Saints QB Drew Brees talks about the new element that running back Adrian Peterson brings to the backfield and the expectations for the new receiving corp in 2017.
NFL Network's Heath Evans breaks down how the New Orleans Saints will utilize their backfield with the addition of running back Adrian Peterson.
The New Orleans Saints partnered with United Way and Everfi to host 150 Dutchtown Middle School students who participated in various drills and discussions that addressed the importance of developing and maintaining a good character.