The New Orleans Saints are reportedly interested in bringing back a veteran presence at linebacker for the 2014 season.
After trading for Parys Haralson in 2013, the Saints were impressed enough in his ability that they are open to re-signing him for the upcoming season, according to a report from ESPN.com.
Haralson started eight games for the Saints and became a quality rotational player. The ESPN report states preliminary discussions have taken place thus far.
Haralson is still recovering from a torn pectoral muscle sustained during New Orleans' playoff win against the Eagles, though he's expected to be recovered by the time OTAs begin.
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