AP Sports Writer
METAIRIE, La. (AP) - Joe Morgan has a knack for the spectacular that's tough for coaches to ignore.
That was how the receiver first made the New Orleans Saints' roster as a little-known, undrafted free agent out of Division II Walsh University in 2011.
Now, with his career in the balance as he comes back from knee surgery that cost him all of last season, he's starting to exhibit his big-play potential again.
"I've got to do things to help me stand out and make this team," Morgan said after practice on Monday. "If you make them remember you, it's hard for them to get rid of you."
Morgan needed only three catches to lead the Saints in yards receiving in New Orleans' most recent preseason game against Tennessee. His 108-yard performance last Friday night included a diving, 52-yard reception and a 44-yard catch.