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Saints sign tight end Benjamin Watson

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New Orleans, La. - The Saints signed their second newcomer today in tight end Benjamin Watson, most recently with the Cleveland Browns.

Last season, his tenth in the league, he caught just shy of fifty balls for 501 yards and three touchdowns.

Originally drafted out of Georgia in the first round by the Patriots in 2004, he has played in at least 12 games every year besides his rookie campaign.

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