Saints Free Agency 2016
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In what is a bit of a puzzling signing, the New Orleans Saints just agreed to terms with free agent linebacker James Laurinaitis. The former Rams middle linebacker comes to the Saints off a subpar season, hoping to revive his career. Good or foolish move?
The 3rd ranked QB in the 2015 draft fell to the 3rd round and the Saints pulled the trigger. With several QB needy teams and the sparse options in the 2016 draft pool, should the Saints consider shopping Garret Grayson?
No contract details are available yet but the Saints have resigned Cadet to a 1 year deal.
Is it likely that the Saints make a big move early in free agency 2016? History says YES!
The Saints have struggled in LB coverage mightily over the past several years. Derrick Johnson is an unrestricted free agent that has played on great front sevens before, and may be able to give the Saints the attitude they need at the right price.
This week, come inside the mind of Jeff Ireland with us!
In this third installment of Draftmageddon 2016: The Return of the Drunk Hooker, we'll take a look at the 2008 roster acquisitions.
Linebacker being a position of need for the Saints, they may need to look to free agency to address the problem. They drafted an influx of talent in 2015, but someone needs to teach them how to play. The recently cut James Laurinaitis could be him.
Cameron Jordan has converted his $6 million roster bonus for 2016 into a signing bonus, which prorates the cap hit over the remainder of his contract (until 2020). The move saves the Saints $4.8 million in cap space this year, & $1.2 mil on futures