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Saints sign William Robinson, waive Greg Camarillo

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With injuries to Zach Streif and Charles Brown, the New Orleans Saints were in need of adding depth along their offensive line.

The Saints added tackle William Robinson and waived veteran wide receiver Greg Camarillo to address the depth concerns on Tuesday.

Robinson re-joins the Saints after spending time in New Orleans a year ago. Robinson has also spent time with the Seattle Seahawks, Washington Redskins and Jacksonville Jaguars in four seasons after becoming an undrafted free agent out of San Diego State. Robinson has appeared in just one game in his career while with the Redskins in 2009.

Camarillo has been signed and released multiple times by the Saints this season. He was most recently re-signed by the Saints on Nov. 1 and played in two games for New Orleans before being made inactive for last week’s game in Oakland. For the season, Camarillo has four catches for 44 yards.

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4 Responses to “Saints sign William Robinson, waive Greg Camarillo”
  1. neovenator250 says: Nov 20, 2012 11:58 PM

    Gonna be an anti-pressure game plan against the 49ers. Expecting lots of chipping on Aldon Smith and Justin Smith by TE’s, 3-step drops by Drew, and quick intermediate passes to replace some deep shots and slipping the RB’s into underneath routes as checkdowns

  2. breakingb says: Nov 21, 2012 1:10 AM

    I really like Camarillo, hopefully Saints will resign him again haha.

  3. FinFan68 says: Nov 21, 2012 8:02 AM

    Camarillo is a good possession receiver with great hands. He made several good plays for the Dolphins (usually on 3rd down) and it wouldn’t surprise me if he went back to Miami. He isn’t a speed guy (like the Dolphins desperately need) but he can run good routes and catch the ball.

  4. gmsingh says: Nov 21, 2012 10:04 AM

    The Bears had better get him.

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