The New Orleans Saints have re-signed right tackle Bryce Harris and kicker Shayne Graham to new one-year deals, according to the NFLPA website.
Harris, who has two accrued seasons, signed an exclusive rights free agent deal of $570,000. His base salary was $480,000 in 2013.
Graham, a 13-year veteran who signed with the Saints in December after Garrett Hartley was waived, was signed...
Bryce Harris looked poor in his incredibly short stint on the field last season. Put simply, he wasn't ready, and when he came in to replace an injured right tackle in Charles Brown he didn't perform well against the Raiders. The following week against the 49ers, he started and sustained an injury that would cost him the season on the Saints' opening drive. Easy to think...
Saints right tackle Bryce Harris, a third-string rookie making his first start, has left Sunday's game against San Francisco with an apparent right leg injury.
Eric Olsen, a third-year pro who is normally a reserve guard, has entered the game in Harris' spot and is the fourth player this month to play in the Saints' right tackle spot.
Harris went down in the first quarter...
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November 25, 2012
Saints rookie right tackle Bryce Harris is so grateful to have a chance to play in the NFL he isn't about to complain about the timing of his first career start, which is likely to come this Sunday against a San Francisco defense featuring some of the best pass-rushers in the NFL.
''I'm just glad to have the opportunity to start,'' Harris said following practice...
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November 22, 2012