New Orleans Saint Legend Sam Mills played middle linebacker and was a major pillar of the Dome Patrol Defense of the Late 1980s. He is Under the Dome’s #3 Best All Time Free Agent Signing in Saints History.
Bringing you the #4 All-Time Best Free Agent Signing In New Orleans Saints History – Former Chargers Running Back Darren Sproles.
Moving right along we now come to one of the biggest defensive signings of the Saints in the 90s under Mike Ditka. The #5 All Time Best Signing in New Orleans Saints History — All Pro Defensive Tackle La’Roi Glover
And now, getting back with the Top 10 Best Free Agent Signing in Saints History, we come to one of the NFL’s “Dream Come True” stories. The Beerman – Michael Lewis.
For our #7 Top Free Agent acquisition in Saints History, we actually have 2 choice. Both were major players during the 2009 Super Bowl season. They are Free Safety Darren Sharper and Cornerback Jabari Greer
One of the better Free Agent Signings of the Mike Ditka years, the #8 Best Free Agent Signing in Saints History – Offensive Lineman Jerry Fontenot.
Moving on to the #9 Best Free Agent Signing by the Saints. We have tight end Wesley Walls signed from San Francisco in 1994.
We now begin the Top 10 Best free agents signed by the Saints. At the #10 spot, wide receiver Quinn Early, signed in 1991.
And Now – the Worst Free Agent Signing by the New Orleans Saints – Defensive Back Jarius Byrd
Continuing with the Top 10 Worst Free Agent Signings in Saints History we bring you some Dis-Honorable Mentions that deserve some recognition –
Without a doubt, one of the most disastrous signings in the teams history, Brandon Browner set NFL records for penalties. He is our #2 Worst Free Agent Signing in New Orleans Saints History.
Keeping up with the latest member of the Top 10 Worst Free Agent signings in New Orleans Saints History we bring to you Allen Ulrich’s, of the Under the Dome Podcast on YouTube #3 choice — signed at the beginning of the demise of the Jim Haslet Era, a wide receiver from the Redskins, Albert Connell.