Versatility is calling card for Saints undrafted offensive lineman Calvin Throckmorton (1 Viewer)

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The New Orleans Saints have demonstrated a propensity for signing undrafted free agents who have paid dividends as offensive linemen over the past few decades.

For example, an undrafted defensive tackle from Tennessee, Richard Cooper, started 72 games during his six-year career in New Orleans after signing and converting to offense in 1990. In 2013, Tim Lelito made the team and eventually spent four seasons with the Black and Gold and started 24 contests.

More recently, former Southern Miss center Cameron Tom came aboard in 2017 and found a roster spot as a...

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