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- Aug 1, 1997
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- Lafayette, LA
He's expected to compete for spot in N.O.'s nickel package
MikeTriplett / New Orleans Times-Picayune
New Saints cornerback Aaron Glenn realizes he's no spring chicken, and he said he was reminded of it when he came to New Orleans and met with secondary coach Dennis Allen.
In the early 1990s, Glenn and Allen were teammates at Texas A&M. Allen is two years younger.
Nevertheless, as Glenn heads into his 15th NFL season, he thinks he still has plenty to offer a Saints secondary that was among the league's worst in 2007.
"If I didn't feel like that, I wouldn't have signed," said Glenn, a three-time Pro Bowl player who fielded interest from Philadelphia, Kansas City and Tampa Bay among other teams before agreeing to a one-year deal (financial terms weren't disclosed) with the Saints. "I think the teams that I've been with would say I have a lot left in my tank." Full Story – Picayunehttp://www.nola.com/saints/t-p/index.ssf?/base/sports-4/1207632215194300.xml&coll=1