A former New Orleans Saints player has a new NFL home.

The 30-year old Stupar, who suffered a knee injury in October of 2017, forcing him to the injured reserve list, played for the Saints the last two seasons, totaling 97 tackles over 20 games, including six starts.

The 6-foot-2, 240-pound Stupar signed a three-year deal with the Saints in 2016, valued at $5 million dollars, after spending time with the San Francisco 49ers (2012-2013), Jacksonville Jaguars (2013), and the Atlanta Falcons (2014-2015).

Stupar, who played his college football at Penn St., had the best season of his career in 2016, compiling 39 tackles, to go along with one sack and one interception in his first season with the Saints.

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