Saints SS Roman Harper has agreed to an "extension" that pays him $4 million guaranteed this season.
Saints SS Roman Harper has agreed to a restructured contract.
Saints SS Roman Harper received a $2.6 million guarantee on his 2013 base salary when the team kept him on its roster through March.
ESPN NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas considers Saints SS Roman Harper a candidate for release.
NFL.com's Jason La Canfora reports SS Roman Harper and DE Will Smith "featured prominently" in the league's investigation of the Saints' bounty program.
The Saints' 2009-2011 "bounty" program under ex-defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is being characterized by the NFL as a "pay for performance" plan that awarded defenders $1,500 for "knockouts" and $1,000 for offensive players the opposing team was forced to cart off the field.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Saints are in danger of NFL discipline after maintaining a "bounty program" to take opposing offensive players out of games under former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams.
Saints SS Roman Harper (ankle) is listed as probable for the Divisional round.
Saints SS Roman Harper told reporters that he plans to play through his "significant" ankle injury in the Divisional round.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that Saints SS Roman Harper is dealing with a "significant" ankle injury.
Roman Harper was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for the second time this season after stuffing the stat sheet against the Falcons.
Saints SS Roman Harper (ankle, questionable) will play Sunday in Week 2 against the according to NFL Network's Jason La Canfora.
Saints SS Roman Harper was diagnosed with a small fracture in his pinkie finger after leaving Thursday's practice.
Saints re-signed SS Roman Harper to a four-year, $28.5 million contract.