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Sport Two-time Super Bowl champion Chris Hogan working out for Saints

08:50  28 november  2021
08:50  28 november  2021 Source:   yardbarker.com

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While Chris Hogan made the move from football to lacrosse earlier this year, it appears he's not ready to give up playing in the NFL altogether. According to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Hogan , who is in the midst of his first Premier Lacross League season, is working out for the New Orleans Saints on Monday. Although he went undrafted, he signed a contract with the PLL and made the Cannons Lacrosse Club roster before being traded to the Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club. Hogan , 33, won two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots.

Two - time Super Bowl champion Chris Hogan is reportedly eyeing a potential return to the NFL after a stint in the Premiere Lacrosse League. According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the New Orleans Saints are hosting Hogan for a workout on Monday after news that star wide receiver Michael Thomas had surgery and is expected to miss time. With Michael Thomas recovering from surgery, the # Saints are working out free agent wide receivers today, sources say.

While Chris Hogan made the move from football to lacrosse earlier this year, it appears he's not ready to give up playing in the NFL altogether.

a person wearing a helmet and holding a football ball: Wide receiver Chris Hogan. © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Wide receiver Chris Hogan.

According to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Hogan, who is in the midst of his first Premier Lacross League season, is working out for the New Orleans Saints on Monday. The PLL is supportive of the former wide receiver's bid to get back into the NFL, Garafolo adds.

The Saints are in need of a wide receiver after Michael Thomas underwent ankle surgery in June and is expected to miss the early portion of the 2021 season.

In five games with the New York Jets last season, Hogan caught 14 passes for 118 yards. After a disappointing season, he opted to declare for the 2021 PLL Draft. Although he went undrafted, he signed a contract with the PLL and made the Cannons Lacrosse Club roster before being traded to the Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club.


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Hogan, 33, won two Super Bowls with the New England Patriots. In 100 career games, he has caught 216 passes for 2,795 yards and 18 touchdowns.

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The New Orleans Saints are signing free-agent wide receiver Chris Hogan , a source told NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. Hogan entered the Premier Lacrosse League this offseason after spending the 2020 NFL season with the New York Jets. He set a Patriots postseason record with 180 receiving yards in the 2017 AFC Championship Game and helped New England win two Super Bowl titles. New Orleans began looking for help at receiver after losing Michael Thomas to injury. The star pass-catcher will reportedly miss at least the first month of the season after undergoing surgery in June to repair

While the Saints work out wide receivers, they also need to figure out their starting quarterback situation after Drew Brees announced his retirement this offseason. Either Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston will be throwing passes, and with training camps underway, we could find out Sean Payton's decision sooner rather than later.

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