The header image is courtesy of discoloredcurrenc of SaintsReport.com. The final selection made by the New Orleans Saints in the 2014 NFL Draft drew mixed opinions from fans. Entering the draft, a consensus opinion among analysts was that the Saints needed to address a lack of depth at the offensive line. So the selection of an offensive tackle was welcomed by many; the fact...
The New Orleans Saints took offensive lineman Tavon Rooks out of Kansas State in the sixth round of the NFL Draft Saturday, and in the process helped the Wildcats extend a streak they seem to be quite proud of. Tavon Rooks drafted by New Orleans makes it 21 straight years that at least one K-State player has been drafted. — K-State Collegian (@kstatecollegian) May 10, 2014 Not...
It took the Saints 6 rounds to finally use their final draft pick (unless they trade back into the draft) on offensive line depth. Tavon Rooks of Kansas State is the pick and he’ll be the lone offensive draft pick for the Saints besides Brandin Cooks in the first round. The Saints have Bryce Harris and Marcel Jones as the primary backup tackles and adding some competition was necessary...
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