Assessing the Free Agents – Brian de la Puente (Who Dat Dish)

Center Brian de la Puente (29) had been a journeyman player since he entered the league in 2008 as an undrafted player until he landed with the Saints.  (He is reminiscent of another journeyman player—Scott Fujita). In 2010, de la Puente was signed to the Saints practice squad.  In 2011, the Saints signed free agent […]

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