A popular former Saint has passed.
Defensive tackle Derland Moore lived 68 years. He died Thursday after battling cancer.
Moore played with the Saints from 1973 to 1985. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 1983. The Saints paid tribute to Moore, Friday.
Moore, who played college football at Oklahoma, was drafted in the second round by the Saints in 1973.
He played for several Saints head coaches, including John North, Hank Stram, Dick Nolan, and Bum Phillips.