Saints add Jahri Evans & Roman Harper to Hall of Fame

Posted at 11:30 AM, Jun 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-23 12:30:57-04

The New Orleans Saints will add Jahri Evans and Roman Harper to the organization's Hall of Fame this season. The team announced it's "Dleur De Lis" award for contributions to the team will go to Spanish broadcaster Marco Garcia.

Evans, a 6-foot-4-inch offensive linemen from Pennsylvania played college ball at Division II Bloomsburg. Still, New Orleans made him their fourth round pick in 2006. He'd enjoy a more than decade long stint with the team where he won a Super Bowl, earned six Pro Bowl selections and earned first team All-Pro selections four times.

Roman Harper too played for the 2009 Saints Super Bowl winning team. The safety earned Pro Bowl selections twice. He recorded more than 600 career tackles and 11 interceptions, including a career high four in 2014 during his brief stint with the Panthers.

Garcia, a Honduras Native, has been the Spanish voice of the Saints for 20 years, calling 191 games.

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