Saints Sign WR Greg Camarillo: Fantasy Implications

FOXBORO MA - OCTOBER 31: Greg Camarillo #85 of the Minnesota Vikings is stopped by Sammy Morris #34 of the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium on October 31 2010 in Foxboro Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

The New Orleans Saints have signed veteran WR Greg Camarillo. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Times-Picayune reports that the Saints have signed veteran WR Greg Camarillo. The Saints have been looking for help at wide receiver because of injuries to Adrian Arrington (knee), Nick Toon (foot) and Andy Tanner (ankle). Camarrillo, 30, had his best years in 2008 and 2009 in Miami, where he made more than 50 catches in both seasons. He played last season for the Minnesota Vikings.

Analysis: This isn't likely to impact too many fantasy drafts but it is good to keep track of who the Saints have at WR considering how often they throw the ball and how often they throw it to different receivers. Toon, meanwhile, is due back later this week and should have slightly more fantasy value than Camarillo. Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham are the New Orleans pass catchers that fantasy owners will want to target first on draft day.

For more on the Saints check out Canal Street Chronicles.

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