The Brandin Cooks trade created instability at wide receiver that fans are skeptical has been addressed. Maybe an undrafted rookie from Baton Rouge can cure what ails them.
The New Orleans Saints turned some heads when they drafted the Florida Gators linebacker 76th overall, but fans have good reason to be cautiously optimistic.
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The much-hyped 2017 NFL Draft has come and gone, leaving some fans ecstatic and others disappointed. How are the Saints’ seven selections being received around the country?
The Saints used their one pick of Day 3 to take another defensive end.
The Saints use their last 3rd round pick of Day 2 to get a pass rusher, and it’s Florida Atlantic’s Trey Hendrickson.
The Saints use their second 3rd round pick to nab Florida’s Alex Anzalone.
The second pick of Day 2 see the Saints take running back Alvin Kamara.
With their first Day 2 pick, the Saints take Utah safety Marcus Williams.
The Saints have done a great job so far sticking to their rankings and getting the best players available. Who will they be targeting in tonight’s picks?
The Saints filled a big need at cornerback and doubled down on the strength of their offensive line, but an arms race around the division continues.
The Saints pick up a offensive tackle that could be the Zach Strief successor, but more for a reserve role for the time being.
Opinions are still split, but focus is narrowing as we get nearer to the opening of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Finally! The 2017 NFL draft is mere hours away. The New Orleans Saints, like all teams, are looking for the next hall of famer, the players who will bolster the franchise for the next decade, and the future stars who have slipped past everyone else's attention.
Some serious red flags have popped up for Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster. From injury rumors to a failed drug test, Foster isn’t doing himself any favors. But maybe he’s doing one for the Saints who pick at 11th overall.
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The Saints have been in the thick of trade rumors for cornerbacks Malcolm Butler of the Patriots or Richard Sherman of Seattle. If a deal isn't reached with either of these veteran all-pros, then it's extremely likely that they will draft a corner from a very deep crop.
The NFL Draft is set for the end of April, and the Saints have seven picks at their disposal to help build up the 2017 squad. Here’s the third installment of my mock draft.
The 2017 NFL draft is less than three weeks away. Our draft profile today will tell you why this player could fill multiple needs for the New Orleans Saints.
For the third consecutive year, the Saints have three selections within the first two rounds of the NFL draft. That may change, of course, especially with continuing rumors of New Orleans acquiring cornerback Malcolm Butler. There are still plenty of defensive holes on this team. Will they be filled this year?
In a draft class that is just dripping with cornerback talent, the New Orleans Saints have a cornucopia of options to shore up their secondary. If a deal for Malcolm Butler is not reached, then the Saints will have other avenues of addressing their secondary, as seen in this three-round mock.
The Saints need help getting after the quarterback, and big-time NFL draft prospects like Derek Barnett, Taco Charlton, and Carl Lawson have fans excited. But what are realistic expectations for the next generation of sack artists?