Devery Henderson: New Orleans Saints Camp Casualty?
Potential camp casualty: The Saints diminished the need to create cap space this August when they reached a five-year, $100 million contract with franchised quarterback Drew Brees. That move created nearly $6 million in cap space, giving the team plenty of breathing room to get through the upcoming season. If the need to save some cash and create more space should arise, 30-year-old wide receiver Devery Henderson could be worth keeping an eye on.
Henderson caught nine passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns in the first two weeks of the 2011 season, but Graham, Darren Sproles, Lance Moore and Robert Meachem ate into Henderson's opportunities. In the final 14 games, Henderson caught 23 passes for 300 yards, and he didn't find the end zone again until a playoff win over the Detroit Lions. Henderson is due to earn $2.65 million in base salary in 2012, which is the final season of his current contract.
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