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With the Saints' selection of safety Kenny Vaccaro with the 15th pick in the NFL Draft, Harper could see a reduced role this season despite racking up 115 tackles (88 solo) and two interceptions in 2012.
Harper, who made six tackles in Sunday's finale against Carolina, finished the year with 115 tackles (88 solo) and two interceptions. He did not, however, record a sack on the year.
Harper (ribs) is probable for Sunday's game against the Giants, NewOrleansSaints.com reports.
Harper had nine total tackles (eight solo) and two pass defensed in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
Harper recorded his first interception of the year on a tipped ball and also pitched in six tackles in Sunday's win against the Chargers.
Harper (hip) is questionable for Sunday's game against San Diego, New Orleans Times-Picayune writer Mike Triplett reports.
Harper (wrist) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, the Saints' official Twitter feed reports.
Harper (wrist) is probable for Sunday's game against Kansas City, NewOrleansSaints.com reports.
With new defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo bringing a more conservative approach to the Saints defense according to the , Harper likely will not meet last season's sack totals.
According to NFL.com, Harper was probed in depth by the NFL and could end up facing more severe disciplinary action than the majority of the 22-27 players whom the league believes were responsible in the Saints' bounty program.
The NFL accused the Saints on Friday of orchestrating a program that paid players to injure opponents from 2009 to 2011, NFL.com reports.
Harper finished the year with 95 tackles and 7.5 sacks (just shy of the NFL single-season record for a defensive back, eight), but was not invited to participate in the NFL Pro Bowl.
Harper (ankle) is probable for Saturday's game against San Francisco, NewOrleansSaints.com reports.
Harper recorded 13 tackles, including two for a loss, and a sack in Sunday's overtime win versus Atlanta.