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  • Saints' Nick Saldiveri: Shifts to IR

    Saldiveri (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. The rookie offensive lineman out of Old Dominion seems to be dealing with some shoulder issue, and he'll be forced to miss New Orleans' next four games after being placed on IR. Saldiveri had appeared in four games for the Saints before suffering this injury, playing a total of 37 snaps (18 offensive and 19 on special teams).
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  • Saints' Nick Saldiveri: Passes physical

    Saldiveri (undisclosed) passed his physical Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. The Saints will presumably activate Saldiveri off the active/PUP list now that he's healthy. The Old Dominion product was a fourth-round pick by the Saints in April and has the versatility to be a solid backup at multiple positions along the Saints' offensive line as a rookie.
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  • Saints' Nick Saldiveri: Placed on active/PUP list

    The Saints placed Saldiveri on the active/PUP list Tuesday due to an undisclosed injury. The severity of Saldiveri's injury remains unclear, but he's eligible to practice and/or play at any point during the preseason. The Old Dominion product was a fourth-round pick by the Saints in April and has the versatility to be a solid backup at numerous positions along the offensive line when healthy.
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  • Saints' Nick Saldiveri: Goes to New Orleans in fourth round

    The Saints selected Saldiveri in the fourth round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 103rd overall. Saldiveri (6-foot-6, 318 pounds) was a standout tackle at Old Dominion and heads into the NFL as one of the more athletic linemen in the 2023 draft. His lack of reach would be a concern (33 and 1/4-inch arms) at tackle, but since the Saints already have Trevor Penning and Ryan Ramczyk at the position, it would seem Saldiveri is headed to guard. Saldiveri projects fairly well whichever position he tries, as he tested very well across the board at the combine (5.21-second 40, 31-inch vertical, 111-inch broad jump).
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