The New Orleans Saints made several roster moves Monday, including placing linebacker Jonathan Vilma on the PUP (physically unable to perform) list due to a knee injury. This means Vilma can participate in team meetings and use the Saints' medical and training facilities. However, he cannot practice with the team.

After week 7 (following the Saints sixth game), the three-time Pro Bowler will be allowed to begin practicing and the Saints will have a three-week window to decide whether or not to activate him onto the active roster. As long as he's on the PUP list, Vilma will not count against the 53-man roster limit.

Another New Orleans roster move of note is the resigning of fifth-year wide receiver Adrian Arrington. Arrington was released on Saturday as he continues to deal with a nagging knee injury. If Arrington is healthy, he might suit up on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. Starting WR Devery Henderson suffered a concussion in the Week 1 loss to the Redskins. His status for Sunday is unknown at this time.