The NFL Draft rumors are in full swing. To recap who we have already looked at the Saints draft, they include Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Caleb Farley, Zaven Collins, Trevon Moehrig, Jaelen Phillips, Jamin Davis, and Elijah Moore — just to name a few.
The New Orleans Saints are going to need a few young players to step up this season, and one of them that the team will ultimately rely on quite a bit is Zack Baun, one of the team’s third-round picks last season.
Could this end of being one of the best draft class ever? With the NFL draft approaching at the end of this month, teams are hopeful that they select the right mix of players that can potentially change their franchise’s fortune.
The New Orleans Saints allowed only 217 yards passing per game defensively during the 2020 season. They ranked 5th in the league against the pass. It was their highest ranking in that category since the 2013 season and only the sixth time in the last two decades that they held a top-10 rank against the pass.
The New Orleans Saints are busy getting prepared for the upcoming season. They had a rough offseason, losing their over-decade-long quarterback Drew Brees who is now going to be on his way to the Hall of Fame.
Once again, the New Orleans Saints had Super Bowl expectations and came up with a loss. Again, they will go back to the drawing board and try to improve their offense and defense in hopes of being in the position that the Buccaneers are in right now — Super Bowl Champions.
The New Orleans Saints traded all four of their Day 3 draft picks in 2020 to move back into the 3rd round of last year's draft. With the 105th overall choice, the Saints selected University of Dayton tight end Adam Trautman.