The No. 2 overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft is currently out of a job. The Saints released offensive tackle Jason Smith on Wednesday.
The Saints finished dead last in 2012 against the run. Big John Jenkins -- all 6-foot-4, 346 pounds of him -- could be the run-stuffing presence New Orleans needs to return to the top of the NFC South.
The tackle-needy New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with offensive tackle Jason Smith on a one-year deal. Smith, who can play right and left tackle, was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2009 draft.
On Tuesday, the Jets began dumping salaries to get under the salary cap. Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Eric Smith,and Jason Smith were released, saving some $32 million. This is just the beginning, of course.
The Jets announced Tuesday that they've released high-priced tackle Jason Smith and high-priced linebackers Calvin Pace and Bart Scott (along with safety Eric Smith) -- which will save the team more than $24 million in salary-cap space.
As teams enter the 'adjustment season', Pat Kirwan looks at the fate of veterans who have or will fall victim to NFL economics.
The Jets and Saints find themselves in a salary cap mess and big moves will be necessary. Jason La Canfora breaks down which teams figure to be shedding or adding big salaries this offseason.
The New York Jets are reportedly planning to release Bart Scott, Calvin Pace and Jason Smith.
As each NFL team is officially eliminated from postseason contention, the Eye on Football crew will whip up a review of that team's 2012 season. Today, we look at the Rams.

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