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All Time New Orleans Saints 53 Man Roster

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Part of a series.  The previous post is here. Updated after 2016 season.



QB Drew Brees
      Archie Manning
      Aaron Brooks
RB Deuce McAllister
RB Dalton Hilliard
     RB Tony Galbreath
     RB Pierre Thomas
     RP Chuck Muncie
WR Marques Colston
WR Eric Martin
      WR Joe Horn
      WR Danny Abramowicz
      WR Devery Henderson
TE Jimmy Graham
      TE Hoby Brenner
C John Hill
G Jahri Evans
G Jim Dombrowski
T Willie Roaf
T Stan Brock
     OL Carl Nicks
     OL Joel Hilgenberg
     OL Jon Stintchcomb
     OL Zach Strief
     
DE Wayne Martin
DT Derland Moore
DE Jim Wilks
    DL Will Smith
    DL Cameron Jordan
    DL Charles Grant
    DL Frank Warren
    DL Joe Johnson
    DL La'Roi Glover
OLB Rickey Jackson
ILB Sam Mills
ILB Vaughan Johnson
OLB Pat Swilling
     LB Jonathan Vilma
     LB Joe Federspiel
     LB Scott Shanle
     LB Renaldo Turnbull
     LB Mark Fields
CB Dave Waymer
S Tom Myers
S Gene Atkins
CB Johnnie Poe
     DB Roman Harper
     DB Sammie Knight
     DB Frank Wattelet
     DB Toi Cook
     DB Russell Gary
    
PK Morten Andersen
P Thomas Morstead


2 comments

DennisVee said...

Man, that has to be about the worst of the "all-time" secondaries, no disrespect to Tommy Myers and Dave Waymer..

I may have put George Rogers at one of the RB spots even though his Saints career was relatively brief. La'Roi Glover may be worthy of a DL spot, and possibly Renaldo Turnbull at LB -- like Rogers, neither of them really had long careers with the team...

Jim said...

Muncie's ability to catch the ball put him ahead of Rogers for me; they scored about the same number of rushing TDs, same y/c, Rogers rushed for more yards, but I like Muncie out of the backfield, and Galbreath's that but more of it.

Glover over Smith. Yeah.

Turnbull over Shanle. Yeah.

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