By Josh Katzenstein
NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Most of the players at the New Orleans Saints are participating in their first NFL practices during this weekend's rookie minicamp, but the sessions are old hat for a few of them.
Defensive tackles Tyrunn Walker and Jay Bromley, safety Matt Elam and offensive lineman Michael Ola all have at least four years of NFL experience, and during their tryouts this weekend, they're hoping to impress the Saints enough to earn a contract.
Walker and Elam are the biggest names of the group of veteran tryout players. The 28-year-old Walker, a native of New Iberia, was with the Saints from 2012-14 after going undrafted out of Tulsa.
After three years with the Saints, Walker joined the Detroit Lions for 2015-16 and then played for the Los Angeles Rams in 2017.
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