When I heard that linebacker Chris Chamberlain was meeting with the Saints and former coach Steve Spagnuolo during free agency, I was pretty sure that’s where he was going to end up. The Saints made it official on Friday, as they signed the former Rams backer to a three-year deal. Chamberlain was always a favorite of Spags while he was here, so it’s not much of a surprise. Chamberlain has been a special teams leader for years, and he has given the team some good snaps on defense as well. I have always liked him, and he’s going to be a nice addition to the Saints.
In other roster news, the team re-signed fullback Brit Miller to a deal on Friday as well. Miller is an underrated piece of the team’s offense, so it’s good to have him back. He is a pretty good athlete, and he knows his role and plays it well. It has been interesting to watch Miller develop into an NFL fullback after his days at linebacker for the University of Illinois, and he has turned into a legit player for this team.