New Orleans Saints safety Roman Harper agrees to 1-year contract tender – NOLA.com

Football News Now New Orleans Saints safety Roman Harper agrees to 1-year contract tender NOLA.com New Orleans Saints safety Roman Harper agreed to the Saints’ one-year tender offer of $2.521 million on Monday, according to a league source. … NewOrleans.Com/Sports – New Orleans Saints News NewOrleans.Com NFL Rumors: New Orleans Saints RB Pierre Thomas Signs Tender, Wants More Money Gather.com Roman Harper back in the fold for Saints ProFootballTalk Houma Courier

Safety Roman Harper Signs; Will He Hold Out?

GM Mickey Loomis says safety Roman Harper has signed his one-year restricted free agent tender offer.
Harper’s decision ensures he will make at least $2.52 million in 2010, but it won’t necessarily head off a training camp holdout.
Harper had resisted signing because he wanted a longer deal. He signed on Tuesday to avoid a situation whereby the Saints, under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, could lower their offer to 110 percent of Harper’s 2009 salary, or ar..

Saints Nation: Roman Harper Re-Signs with Saints

Starting strong safety Roman Harper followed suit with Pierre Thomas and signed his one year restricted free agent tender today. Cornerback Greg Fassitt and receiver Roy Hall were apparently both released to make room for Harper and Thomas on the roster. Now that Harper is on board it just leaves Lance Moore and Jammal Brown as the remaining restricted free agents that have yet to sign contracts. Nice to see our boys back in the fold. Hopefully Mr. Loomis will make that more long term soon!

Harper agrees to tender, but still could hold out (AP)

New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis says Roman Harper has signed his one-year restricted free agent tender offer. Harper's decision ensures he will make at least $2.52 million in 2010, but it won't necessarily head off a training camp holdout. Harper, a fifth-year safety and a starter since his rookie year, had resisted signing because he wanted a longer deal