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Kristian: Jairus Byrd will visit New Orleans
by Kristian Garic
posted Mar 11 2014 5:34PM
A league source has confirmed that free agent safety Jairus Byrd out of Buffalo will visit with the New Orleans Saints tonight.
Byrd has 22 interceptions over five years with the Bills including two for a touchdown. He also notched 356 total tackles, three sacks, 33 pass defenses, and 11 forced fumbles.
It wouldn't necessarily be easy for the Saints for cut a deal with Byrd; they'd almost certainly have to restructure some existing contracts. If the Saints really want to get it done, they will.
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Kristian: Jarius Byrd will visit New Orleans
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Saints want cheap.
Why do you hide behind retro 1990 sunglasses. You got something to hide
Blue blockers, Why do you hide behind a keyboard, a monitor, and lack of question marks when appropriate? You got something to hide?
He's like Bobby, a wanna be. Lol
They need to cut his overrated over paid contract. He has a noodle arm, can't throw a deep ball to save his life.
You guys were just crying a few years ago to give brees a blank check! C'mon man!
byrd signed 6 year deal
Today u heard it here first
NFL.com reports Byrd signs deal
What kind of money are looking at
Brees has to fix contract now to sign jimmy or I will take two first round picks that will be nice plus they are still shopping Daren
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