While it was not the flashy pick people were hoping for, Werner fills a need and is a ready-now prospect. His outlook is more role-filler than star. The New Orleans Saints selecting Ohio State linebacker Pete Werner with the 60th pick in the 2nd round of the 2021 NFL draft definitely surprised some people.
It counts as something, right? Most fans of the New Orleans Saints, myself included, believed the Saints would add a wide receiver in the 2021 NFL Draft at some point during the draft’s first two days.
Let’s go! Most NFL fans know by now that the NFL schedule is set to be announced on Wednesday, May 12th, and fans of the New Orleans Saints are already looking forward to their first 17-game regular season.
Linebacker Kwon Alexander helped elevate the defense of the New Orleans Saints to an elite level last season. Alexander, a seven-year veteran, was acquired in a mid-season trade with the San Francisco 49ers.
Former New Orleans Saints tight end Josh Hill made the team as an undrafted rookie from Idaho State in 2013. Hill forged an unlikely eight-year career before retiring shortly after signing a free agent contract with the Detroit Lions this offseason.
The Saints have a cornerback need — or do they? Most of the mock drafts surround the previous 2021 NFL Draft had the Saints taking a cornerback in the first round despite who was left on the board at the No.
The New Orleans Saints added three free agents to their roster on Thursday afternoon. On Thursday, free Agents wide receiver Easop Winston Jr., fullback Sutton Smith and defensive tackle Albert Huggins were added to the Saints roster, per reports from NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, and ESPN's Mike Tripplet and Field Yates.
Saints add another speedy WR, another fullback, and defensive tackle to their camp roster The New Orleans Saints have signed wide receiver Easop Winston, fullback Sutton Smith, and defensive tackle Albert Huggins.
Pete Turner coming in hot! As the New Orleans Saints welcome 17 rookies to their team following the NFL Draft and undrafted free agency, the young prospects were quickly gifted their initial jersey numbers.
It might not be another 2017 class, but hopefully it’s not another 2015 class either. With the 2021 NFL Draft officially in the books less than a week ago, surely it is too soon to start looking back on whether the Saints made the right call with each pick, right?
The New Orleans Saints avoided a big offseason loss when they applied a franchise tag to Marcus Williams, their playmaking free safety. Williams joins a secondary that also returns Pro Bowl CB Marshon Lattimore, versatile star Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, and 13-year veteran S Malcolm Jenkins.
Michael Balko had the opportunity to host new Saints offensive lineman Mike Brown, a 6-foot-3 348-pound offensive guard, on his podcast The Michael Balko Show and helped pick the brain of the Saints’ newest player.