The Saints must think Champ Bailey has a little something left.
The veteran cornerback has agreed to a two-year contract with the Saints, according to Mike Triplett of ESPN.com.
The 35-year-old corner lends some experience to the Saints secondary, though he’ll need to prove himself healthy to be valuable.
A foot injury made him appear to be a shell of his former self last year, leading the Broncos to cut the 12-time Pro Bowler.
He had expressed a willingness to play some safety but that’s not a need in New Orleans, after they signed Jairus Byrd to pair with Kenny Vaccaro.
The Saints need some help opposite Keenan Lewis after releasing Jabari Greer this offseason, so they obviously think Bailey still has something left.