Saints Sign Veteran Running Back After Mark Ingram Injury

On Tuesday, the Holy people worked out running backs Derrick Butchery, Jaquan Tough, and Antonio Williams. They eventually consented to the terms of an agreement with Blood.

Gore, 27, showed up in 11 games for the Bosses last season. He completed the season with 256 hurrying yards, 105 getting yards, and two scores.

With Imprint Ingram right now out because of a knee injury, it’s a good idea for New Orleans to add one more choice to its backfield.

Alvin Kamara has gotten the heft of the contacts this season. Maybe Blood can take a portion of the tension off the All-Expert running back.

That being said, Violence might require half a month to get to know the Holy people’s playbook.

Next up for the Holy people is a standoff with the Steelers. The assumption is that Ingram will be precluded from that game.

The Holy people might actually use Dwayne Washington more to push ahead. He got three conveys in the group’s misfortune to the Ravens on Monday night.

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