The Saints turned to familiar face to fill out their depth on the offensive line.

With Andrus Peat done for the season, New Orleans brought back offensive tackle Bryce Harris to fill the roster spot.

Peat suffered a broken fibula during last week's game against the Carolina Panthers. Senio Kelemete filled in for him at guard, which is how the team will likely move forward this week against the Minnesota Vikings.

Harris has bounced on and off the roster all season, providing depth on the offensive line.

New Orleans also promoted defensive tackle Woodrow Hamilton from the practice squad with defensive tackle Tony McDaniel landing on injured reserve.

The Saints signed defensive tackle Jeremy Liggins to fill Hamilton's spot on the practice squad.

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