One Marcus Williams apparently wasn’t enough for the Saints secondary.
According to multiple reports Jatavis Brown Jersey , the Saints have agreed to terms with cornerback Marcus Williams on a contract. That will make him teammates with the safety of the same name that the Saints took in the second round of the 2017 draft.
Marcus Williams the cornerback entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2014 and started eight games for the Jets that season. He would start six more games over the next two seasons and then moved on to the Texans last year after opening the season with the Jets. He has 114 tackles, 10 interceptions and two forced fumbles over his entire career.
The Saints also agreed to a deal with safety Robert Nelson. Nelson played two games with the Jets last year and has also played for the Browns, Cardinals and Texans.
Cornerback De'Vante Harris was placed on waivers Saturday and the Saints will have to make another roster move to clear space for the two new players.
Had 2 sacks in Pats debut in regular-season finale. … Has 6 tackles in Patriots’ postseason wins.
Stephon Gilmore, CB (24), 6-1, 190, 6th season, South Carolina
Signed five-year, $65 million contract to come from Buffalo and struggled with inconsistency early on. … Made key stop on fourth down on Jags’ final drive to preserve win in AFC title game.
Malcolm Butler, CB (21), 5-11 Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey , 190, 4th season, West Alabama
Still best known for interception of Russell Wilson at goal line to clinch Super Bowl win over Seattle three years ago. … Signed one-year tender worth $3.9 million. Set to be unrestricted free agent in 2018.
Patrick Chung, S (23), 5-11, 215, 9th season, Oregon
Second-round pick in 2009 who had many ups and downs. … Went to Eagles in 2013 and struggled, returned to New England and has been solid … Hard-hitting tackler with better ball skills and recognition than in first term with Patriots.
Devin McCourty, S (32), 5-10 Ryan Ramczyk Jersey , 195, 8th season, Rutgers
First-round pick in 2010. … Defensive captain. … Leader of secondary. … Former cornerback who found home at safety. … Twin Jason plays for Cleveland.
Duron Harmon, S (30), 6-1, 205, 5th season, Rutgers
Signed four-year deal to return. … Led team with 4 interceptions, one of those was Ben Roethlisberger’s ill-fated fake spike in December at Pittsburgh.
Stephen Gostkowski, K (3), 6-1 Oren Burks Jersey , 215, 12th season, Memphis
Team’s all-time scoring leader after replacing Adam Vinatieri … Made 37 of 40 field goals and 45 of 47 PATs this season for 156 points, second in the league to Greg Zuerlein.
Ryan Allen, P (6), 6-2, 220, 5th season, Louisiana Tech
Averaged 43.4 yards on punts in fifth season in Foxborough. Had only 2 punts blocked in career. Previous time was 2015 regular season against Eagles.
Dion Lewis, RB (33), 5-8 Andre Reed Jersey , 195, 6th season, Pittsburgh
In addition to leading Pats in rushing, Lewis retuned 23 kicks for 570 yards, including 103-yarder against Denver.
Danny Amendola, PR (80), 5-11, 190, 8th season, Texas Tech
Was third on team with 61 receptions. … Caught two TD passes in fourth quarter to clinch rally against Jags in AFC title game. … Had 20-yard punt return to spark winning drive.
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