According to NOLA.com’s Herbie Teope, the New Orleans Saints are bringing back defensive back and special teamster Shiloh Keo on a one-year, veteran minimum deal.
#Saints brought back safety Shiloh Keo on a one-year, vet minimum deal, per source. Keo appeared in seven games, played 130 ST snaps in '16.— Herbie Teope (@HerbieTeope) March 8, 2017
Nick Underhill of The Advocate and others also confirmed the report.
The Saints brought in Keo in early November due to team injuries, and ended up playing in the team’s last seven games. The 29-year-old former fifth-round pick of the 2011 draft spent time with the Denver Broncos late in 2015, winning a Super Bowl in the process, and the early part of last season.
Last night, it was reported that team had also re-signed restricted free agent defensive back Chris Banjo. This goes along with the other moves like Willie Snead and Brandon Coleman being brought back (Kasim Edebali is the only RFA left from the looks of it), but the biggest news is still to come for the Saints as free agency is less than 24 hours away.