Horn is newest player in Saints HOF
Former NFL receiver Joe Horn has become the latest player
elected to the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame.
Horn played for the Saints for seven seasons from 2000 through
2006 and was part of the first two Saints teams ever to win playoff
games. During his time with the Saints, he caught 523 passes for
7,622 yards and scored a team-record 50 receiving touchdowns.
Horn is now 38 years old. Having left the club only three
seasons ago, he was in his first year of eligibility for election
to the club’s hall of fame, which is located in the Louisiana
Superdome. He was the lone player in the hall’s 2010 class.