New Orleans Saints Make Three Moves In Two Days

Bleacher ReportAnalyst IMarch 17, 2009

Within the last two days, the New Orleans Saints have signed defensive lineman Paul Spicer and offensive lineman Nick Leckey. The team also resigned wide receiver/kick returner Courtney Roby.

The Saints signed Spicer, a former Jacksonville Jaguar, to a one-year contract but financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Spicer, who is 6-foot-5 and 295 pounds has played most of his nine seasons with the Jags, Spicer also spent time with the Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions.

Spicer has played in 117 games in his career and racked up 252 total tackles, 28.5 sacks, made one interception, and defended 15 passes.

The Saints also signed Nick Leckey to a one-year contract and and financial terms were once again not disclosed. Leckey, 6-foot-3, 291 pound center/guard has played for the Arizona Cardinals as wells as the St. Louis Cardinals in the latter part of his five-year career.

The terms of Roby's contract have not been made available yet.

In his career, Roby has caught 23 passes for 317 yards and a touchdown. As a return specialist Roby has returned 46 kickoffs for 1,068 yards.

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