METAIRIE, La. (AP) The New Orleans Saints have brought back receiver Joseph Morgan on a one-year contract.
Morgan, whose contract was announced by general manager Mickey Loomis on Friday, returns after being released by the club last December.
Morgan joined the Saints as an undrafted free agent out of Walsh University in 2011, but missed all of his rookie season and the 2013 season...
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The New Orleans Saints wasted no time getting down the field on their opening drive against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. On the second play of the game, Joseph Morgan TOOK OFF. The 67 yard run would put the Saints at the Ravens’ one yard line thanks to a tacked on penalty. Unfortunately for
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The New Orleans Saints announced that they have activated WR Joseph Morgan from their reserve list to the active roster.
Morgan is one part of a Saints roster shuffle in which the team signed RB Brian Leonard and S Jamarca Sanford, while waiving C Eric Olsen and placing S Vinnie Sunseri on injured reserve.
Morgan, 26, was suspended by the team for an undisclosed reason on October...
Every year, the signing of free agents and the drafting of new players can bring excitement to the coaching staff and fan base. However, it could also bring apprehension to some returning veteran players as young players are gunning for their spot. This year, wide receiver looks to be one of the most competitive positions this offseason. Consequently, veteran receiver Joseph Morgan’s...
This move was pretty much expected all along but Joe Morgan is back for a year after signing a 1 year contract. Morgan is recovering from a major knee injury and when you're primary asset is speed that a tough circumstance to rebound from. We'll see if he can go back to being the player he was before the injury, though, as he'll get his chance in training camp to earn back his roster...
METAIRIE, La. (AP) The New Orleans Saints have re-signed receiver Joseph Morgan for one year and have agreed to a four-year deal with free agent fullback Erik Lorig.