BREAKING: New Orleans Saints Sign Tight End Recently Diagnosed With Cancer

The New Orleans Saints have made an inspiring move by signing Foster Moreau, formerly of the Las Vegas Raiders, to a contract.

This announcement comes in the midst of Moreau's courageous battle with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a condition that was unexpectedly discovered during a routine physical with the Saints back in March.

The specific terms of the contract have not been disclosed at this time, but this signing serves as a powerful testament to Moreau's remarkable progress in his health journey.

Foster Moreau's determination to overcome his illness has been evident as he has made significant strides in his recovery. Despite facing the challenges of Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Moreau is eager to return to the football field in the upcoming 2023 season.

With players like Juwan Johnson and Taysom Hill already present in the Saints' tight end corps, Moreau is expected to play a substantial role in the team's offensive strategy.

The entire football community rallies behind Foster Moreau, offering their thoughts, well-wishes, and support as he continues his journey toward a full recovery.

The signing by the Saints symbolizes not only the team's faith in Moreau's abilities but also their unwavering support for him as he conquers this adversity.

The 25-year-old played four seasons for LSU before being drafted in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL draft. He's played in 61 games during his pro career, recording 33 receptions for 420 yards and two touchdowns in 2022 for Las Vegas. Photo Credit:  Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports