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FatiusJeebs 03-30-2006 08:39 AM

Saints sign new WR.
Here you go guys. Don't know much about him but I figured I would give you all the heads up! :clap:

JOESAM2002 03-30-2006 09:03 AM

This means we'll have Horns aplenty! Man, what a bad joke. :shock:

LKelley67 03-30-2006 09:13 AM

2004: Appeared in 14 games on offense and special teams … Had 15 catches for 178 yards (11.9 avg.) with one TD and one rush for 12 yards … Also had four kickoff returns for 44 yards (11.0 avg.) and recorded eight special teams tackles.

2004 (NFL Europe): Started 10 games for the Amsterdam Admirals ... Caught 34 passes for 593 yards (17.4 avg.) with one TD and rushed two times for 10 yards ... Returned six punts for 18 yards and one kickoff for 18 yards ... Added five special teams tackles ... Ranked seventh in the league with 603 yards from scrimmage ... Ranked second in NFL Europe in receiving yardage.

2003: Was inactive for seven games with Chiefs ... Spent seven weeks on Kansas City’s 53-man roster ... Also saw four weeks of duty on the Chiefs practice squad ... Was inactive vs. San Diego (9/7) ... Was released on September 10th and re-signed on September 16th ... Was inactive at Houston (9/21) ... Was released on September 23rd and added to the practice squad on September 25th ... Was re-signed on October 1st ... Was inactive vs. Denver (10/5) ... Was released on October 8th and was re-signed on October 15th ... Was inactive at Oakland (10/20) ... Was released on October 22nd and was re-signed on November 3rd ... Was inactive vs. Cleveland (11/9) ... Was released on November 11th and was re-signed on November 19th ... Was inactive vs. Oakland (11/23) ... Was released on November 26th and re-signed on December 3rd ... Was inactive at Denver (12/7) and was released on December 8th ... Was added to the practice squad on December 10th.

2002 (Arena Football League): Appeared in 14 games, ranking second in the league with 104 receptions for 1,329 yards (12.8 avg.) with 29 scores ... Added 14 carries for 50 yards (3.6 avg.) with five TDs and 42 kickoff returns for 979 yards (23.3. avg.) to go along with 22 defensive tackles (14 solo), two passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery ... Returned both a fumble and a missed field goal for TDs ... His 36 total touchdowns and 218 points led the league as he was named first-team All-Arena League as an offensive specialist ... Also saw action in two playoff games, registering 14 catches for 185 yards (13.2 avg.) with five TDs and two kickoff returns for 24 yards (12.0 avg.).

2001 (Indoor Football League): Saw duty in 14 games, finishing the season with 30 catches for 346 yards (11.5 avg.) with eight TDs and 10 rushes for 11 yards with four scores ... Returned 19 kickoffs for 433 yards (22.9 avg.) in addition to 38 tackles, two INTs, three passes defensed, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery on defense ... Was named to the Arena League All-Rookie team ... Played in two playoff games, racking up seven catches for 56 yards (8.0 avg.) with a TD and rushing four times for three yards with a score ... Also returned six kickoffs for 110 yards (18.3 avg.) and had three tackles.

2000 (Indoor Football League): Appeared in 14 games for the Billings Thunderbolts, catching 19 passes for 1,184 yards (10.9 avg.) with 28 scores ... Also added 27 carries for 107 yards (4.0 avg.) with five TDs and 33 kickoff returns for 679 yards (20.6 avg.) ... His 2,026 all-purpose yards led the IFL while his 109 receptions and 1,184 receiving yards each ranked second in the league ... Named to the IFL Pro Bowl as a member of the Western Conference.

College Career

A three-time All-America as a wide receiver at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana ... Was an All-America selection as a kick returner ... Caught 249 passes for 4,168 yards (16.7 avg.) ... Returned 72 kickoffs for 1,699 yards (23.6 avg.) and 68 punts for 633 yards (9.3 avg.) ... Scored 46 total TDs ... Finished his college career seventh in NAIA history with 249 receptions ... Was named the Frontier Conference MVP his senior season ... Majored in Exercise Science at Rocky Mountain College.

Personal Bio

Older brother Johnny was a college teammate, while his younger brother Jarrett played one season at Rocky Mountain College and currently plays at Boise State. Full name: Christopher Michael Horn. Married, wife Amy with a son Christopher. The family reside in Caldwell, Idaho.

LKelley67 03-30-2006 09:13 AM

Former Arena League wide receiver embarking on his third season with the Chiefs in 2005 … Emerged as an offensive and special teams contributor for Kansas City in 2004 … Saw his first NFL regular season action last year appearing in 14 games … Sure-handed receiver capitalized on his opportunity by making 15 catches for 178 yards and one touchdown … Despite small frame is not afraid to go across the middle and make difficult catches to move the chains … Has shown the ability to get open in key situations and has developed into a valuable possession receiver … Made Kansas City’s Opening Day roster in 2003 and spent a total of seven weeks on the Chiefs 53-man roster, seeing every-other-week duty through the season’s initial 14 weeks … Was on the practice squad for the final three regular season games of 2003, in addition to the club’s playoff contest … Well-traveled player who had stops with the Arizona Rattlers (2001-02) of the Arena Football League and the Billings Thunderbolts (2000) of the Indoor Football League before participating in his first NFL training camp with Kansas City in 2003 … Also added a tour of duty in NFL Europe to his resume in 2004.

FatiusJeebs 03-30-2006 12:19 PM

Hey...with the right type of grooming this guy sounds like he has some potential. Anything can happen folks. Obviously someone at the front office thought this guy could contribute.

FatiusJeebs 03-30-2006 12:25 PM

Looks like we also got a DT.

FatiusJeebs 03-30-2006 12:38 PM

LOL......sorry guys since this thread is just basically involving article posting I figured we would all get a good laugh at the memory of this photo:

zachsaints52 03-30-2006 12:58 PM

So is Woodard a good guy for Depth? I don't know much about him, but after 28 starts, he has only 2 sacks? I hope he is the run stuffing type than.

FatiusJeebs 03-30-2006 02:02 PM

From what it sounds like...he is a dependable fill-in. He did have a bunch of tackles though.

LongTimeFan 03-30-2006 07:42 PM

I don't know anything about him but I guess having two Horns is better than having one.
It's ironic that the Saints got both Horns from KC.

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