The Saints released veteran defensive end Bobby McCray(notes) on Monday, abruptly
parting ways with a playoff starter who helped New Orleans capture its first Super Bowl title.
McCray started all three of the defending champions’ playoff games last season, making six tackles and a memorable block that flattened Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner(notes) after an interception.
The 28-year-old has played six years in the NFL. The Saints used the quick, 6-foot-6 lineman mostly as a speed rusher in passing situations. He played in all 32 of the Saints’ regular season games during the past two seasons, starting eight, and was credited with 41 tackles, 7 1/2 sacks and a forced fumble.
I think he would add some much needed depth to our d-line and he is only 28 years old. He still has some mileage left!
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