Saints Roster Cuts: Chris Ivory Remains In New Orleans

The New Orleans Saints announced a slew of roster moves late Friday night in order to get to the NFL-mandated limit of 53 players.

Among the more notable moves was the Saints' decision to keep running backs Chris Ivory and Travaris Cadet. There had been speculation that Ivory might be left out of a crowded Saints backfield when the final cuts were announced. Wide receivers Josh Morgan and Adrian Arrington also survived final cuts.

Here is the complete list of players headed out of New Orleans:

WR Greg Camarillo
K John Kasay
TE Derek Schouman
LB Kadarron Anderson
DE Braylon Broughton
LB Ezra Butler
QB Sean Canfield
DE Alex Daniels
TE Michael Higgins
CB Nick Hixson
S Jerico Nelson
G DeOn'tae Pannell
T Aderious Simmons
WR Andy Tanner
C/G Matt Tennant
LB Lawrence Wilson

In addition, the Saints also placed several players on reserve lists with Joe Banyard, Jose Gumbs, Marquis Johnson and Nick Toon landing on the reserve/injured list while Ramon Humber and Will Smith were placed on the reserve/suspended list.

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