NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Randall Gay, a cornerback who spent the past four years with New England, agreed to a four-year contract with the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Gay's agent, Albert Elias, told The Associated Press that the deal is worth up to $17.6 million. Gay was an unrestricted free agent.
``Randall is a player we targeted early on in this free agent market and we're extremely pleased to have him on board,'' said Saints general manager Mickey Loomis.
Signed out of LSU in 2004 by the Patriots, Gay has recorded 83 career tackles, five interceptions and recovered three fumbles, including two returned for touchdowns. He played in all 19 games for New England in 2007 after his previous two seasons were cut short by ankle and hamstring injuries.

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