2017 Saints Draft Headquarters
The Saints have had an active first week in free agency, dealing out star players and making smart signings. Now we can start to look to the 2017 NFL Draft in earnest.
Now that the crazy wave of free agency figures to be over - and that whole Brandin Cooks saga - what’s next for Mickey Loomis, Sean Payton, and the Saints?
The New Orleans Saints mix big-time draft prospects from powerhouse programs with small-school studs in this latest 7-round mock draft.
February’s Saints mock drafts have several different looks to it, but there are two clear favorites on defense that analysts like.
Picking noted draft guru Matt Miller’s brain by looking at the Saints best fits, quarterback possibilities at No. 11, and the next Marques Colston.
Three of four picks are spent on defenders in the latest NFL.com mock draft from draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Mock draft favorites like Derek Barnett and Solomon Thomas are scheduled to show out at Combine workouts, but guys like Chad Kelly have been left out in the cold.
Free agency is approaching, and the Saints have plenty of areas that need attention. Here’s the second 7-round installment appropriately dubbed the ‘still early’ edition.
It’s unfortunate that Foster will miss time to surgery, but could this create an opportunity for the New Orleans Saints?
The Saints found success in rookie receiver Michael Thomas and safety Vonn Bell, both out of Ohio State. Sean Payton’s staff goes back to that pool of talent in the latest seven round mock draft.
The Saints desperately need to find a sack artist to pair with Cam Jordan, and we take a look at some of the biggest college prospects that could fit the mold.
McShay shifts his pick at No. 11 from a cornerback to defensive end, but is it the best fit for the Saints?
Who do the Saints land at the 11th overall pick in my first round mock draft? Where will Leonard Fournette suit up as a pro? Are those questions mutually exclusive?
Making a mock draft for all 32 picks in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t easy, but it is a fun exercise. Which ten prospects am I projecting to be picked ahead of the New Orleans Saints?
Does coach Payton have running back on his draft board in the foreseeable future?
The Senior Bowl has come and gone, so now we’re on the road to the NFL Scouting Combine. Who should the Saints take in each round of the upcoming 2017 draft?
The circuit of all-star exhibition games is drawing to a close for 2017, so which prospects have been linked to the New Orleans Saints?
The New Orleans Saints need pass rushers this offseason. Could they find Cameron Jordan’s sidekick at the Senior Bowl?
The first day of Senior Bowl practices began under clear skies and a strong wind. Which NFL Draft prospects stood out at defensive back?
The most famous game played from the weekend was the East-West Shrine Game. However, there was another played most didn’t know about.
All-star games like the East-West Shrine Game and Reese’s Senior Bowl are the first opportunities NFL teams have to meet with prospects. Who have the Saints touched base with?
With mock draft season in full swing, here’s a brief look at speculation from around the football media world.
The NFL Draft won’t occur until the end of April, and we still have to go through free agency to see what the Saints will ultimately need. However, here’s an initial 7-round mock draft.
The New Orleans Saints have found five draft picks in recent Shrine Game practices. Who will join them?
This a move friends of Stuart would likely approve. Many would say but...DEFENSE. Let’s take a closer look.
Which NFL Draft prospects should Saints fans focus on in a big matchup between Clemson and Alabam for the National Championship?
For years Dennis Allen has had to watch others finish projects he began. This time the Saints need to let him finish what he started with building them an NFL caliber defense.