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The Saints are Bringing a Gaitor to Camp: DB Anthony Gaitor

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Saints continue to look to the CFL for players, or camp bodies at least.

New Orleans Saints Training Camp
Is that a Gaitor Gayle?
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According to Nick Underhill the Saints have signed CFL CB Anthony Gaitor.

Only way this could have been better is if his name had been “Anthony Cocodrie”.

Anthony was drafted in the seventh round of the 2011 draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In August of 2013 Gaitor’s season ended on IR. He was signed by the Dolphins in May of 2014, resigned by the Buccaneers in July of 2014. Signed to the Cardinals practice squad in August of 2014 and he was once again released in October of the same year.

He then was a member of the CFL BC Lions for different periods in 2016.

Wiki:

College career[edit]

Gaitor attended Florida International University from 2007 to 2010. In his career, he accumulated 197 total tackles, including 19 for loss, four sacks, 11 interceptions (three which he returned for TDs), and 35 passes defended.

The very definition of a camp body we can look forward to having a “Gaitor” in camp.