Free agent safety Sensabaugh, lineman Barnes to visit Saints this weekend (Updated 5;10 p.m.)

lholder@sunherald.comFebruary 27, 2009 

Free agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh will visit the New Orleans Saints on Saturday, and free agent tackle Khalif Barnes will be in town Sunday, both players' agents confirmed to the Sun Herald. Sensabaugh, 25, played for new Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams last year with the Jacksonville Jaguars and safety is a position of need. Barnes became a full-time starter at left tackle last season with the Jags.

He is considered one of the top linemen free agents available and could possibly fill Jon Stinchcomb's position at right tackle. Stinchcomb also is a free agent.

The 6-foot, 204-pound Sensabaugh had his best season under Williams last year as Sensabuagh started 13 games and tallied 70 total tackles and four interceptions. "He has a great relationship with Gregg and this would be an awesome opportunity to play for him again with this great organization," Conner said.

Read more about this story as details become available at and in Saturday's Sun Herald.

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