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2016 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Sheldon Rankins DT
2 (47)  Michael Thomas WR
2 (61)  Von Bell FS
4 (120)  David Oneyemata DT
7 (237)  Daniel Lasco RB
2016 Rookie Free Agents Signings:
Jack Allen, OL, Michigan State
Joseph Cheek, OL, Texas A&M
Ken Crawley, DB, Colorado
Jared Dangerfield, WR, WKU
Trae Elston, DB, Ole Miss
De'Vante Harris, CB, Texas A&M
Marcus Henry, C, Boise State
Sione Houma, FB, Michigan
Dillon Lee, LB, Alabama
Tommylee Lewis, WR, N. Ill.
Ryker Matthews, OT, BYU
DJ Pettway, DL, Alabama
Jeff Schoettmer, S, UNC
Dominique Tovell, LB, UL-Laf.
Landon Turner, G, UNC
John Walker, DB, Colorado
Jordan Williams, WR, Ball St.
Avery Young, OL, Auburn
Jake Lampman WR Ferris St.
Jimmy Pruitt CB San Jose St.
2015 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (12)  Andrus Peat OT
1 (31)  Stephone Anthony LB
2 (12)  Hau'Oli Kikaha LB
3 (11)  Garrett Grayson QB
4 (14)  P.J. Williams CB
5 (12)  Davis Tull LB
5 (18) Tyeler Davison DT
5 (31) Damian Swann CB
7 (13) Marcus Murphy RB
2015 Rookie Free Agents Signings: DL - Tavaris Barnes, Kaleb Eulls, Ashaad Mabry, Bobby Richardson, G - Doniel Gambrell, Cyril Lemon, WR - R.J. Harris, Malcolme Kennedy, OT- Sean Hickey, LB Marcus Pierce-Brewster, Stephon Sanders, TE - Harold Spears, Jack Tabb, LB Henry Coley, OL Antonio Johnson, K Zach Hocker and WR Kyle Prater.
2014 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (20)  Brandin Cooks WR
2 (58)  Stan Jean-Baptiste CB
4 (126)  Kahri Fortt ILB
5 (167)  Vinnie Sunseri SS
5 (169)  Ronald Powell DE
6 (202)  Tavon Rooks OT

2014 UDFA SIGNINGS

2013 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (15)  Kenny Vaccaro S
3 (75)  Terron Armstead T
3 (82)  John Jenkins DT
5 (144)  Kenny Stills WR
6 (183)  Rufus Johnson DE
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Chargers place franchise tag on star pass rusher Melvin Ingram Posted By: Andrus Posted On Today 04:20 AM


by Sean Wagner-McGough

Teams in need of a dangerous pass rusher aren’t going to be able to lure Melvin Ingram away from San Diego.

On Monday night, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported that the Chargers filed paperwork to franchise tag Ingram. This move, like most franchise tag decisions, wasn’t unexpected.

Last week, La Canfora estimated that there was a 75 percent chance the Chargers would tag Ingram. If he had hit the open market, he likely would’ve landed a monster contract given his productivity (18.5 sacks in the past two seasons) and his age (27). CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco ranked Ingram as this offseason’s top free agent. ...

Ingram will have until July 15 to agree to a long-term deal with the Chargers. Otherwise, he’ll play under the tag, which is the equivalent of a one-year contract worth somewhere around $15 million. Even if they can’t work out a long-term deal, the Chargers ensured that their roster will boast a fierce pass rush next year in Ingram and Joey Bosa -- the reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year...

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1 Kevin Minter appears destined to leave Arizona Cardinals Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Today 03:33 AM


The inside linebacker is one of the Arizona Cardinals’ many free agents and he’s intimated that he’ll be testing the market

By Jim Koch -- Raising Zona

Ask Arizona Cardinals’ management what they think of Kevin Minter and they’d probably tell you they want him back next season. After all, the 26-year old free agent has done a solid job at inside linebacker, starting all 32 games over the last two years.

Ask the club’s fans about Minter and they’d likely be split down the middle. Most would probably agree that an upgrade at his position would be warranted. Those who feel that way may be getting their wish.

The LSU product has indicated he’d like to remain in the desert. But, in the same breath, he admitted he’d like to gauge what his value would be around the NFL. In other words, Minter’s agent will be working the phones once the bargaining period commences.


Full Article -- Raising Zona
Mark Ingram, other Saints reportedly turned away at London club for looking too 'urban' Posted By: Andrus Posted On Today 01:06 AM


Advocate staff report

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram and a group of friends -- including teammates Sterling Moore, B.W. Webb, and Vonn Bell -- were apparently turned away from a London club early Tuesday morning for looking too "urban."

Here's how the story unfolded, according to a series of Ingram tweets:...

Full Story - The Advocate
Fletcher Mackel's 2017 New Orleans Saints mock draft version 2.0 Posted By: Andrus Posted On Today 01:01 AM


By Fletcher Mackel

NEW ORLEANS — In my first 2017 New Orleans Saints mock draft I had the Black and Gold selecting University of Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers.

My thought behind going with a safety at No. 11 in the first round was twofold. First, my assumption is New Orleans will release veteran safety Jairus Byrd in March and save about $8 million against the salary cap.

Second, Peppers helps the Saints woeful special teams unit as a return man.

If Byrd is not released my next mock draft will certainly feature a different player in the first round (either USC cornerback Adoree' Jackson or Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey) but in the spirit of being true to my initial beliefs, Peppers will remain my guy in the first round.

Also, before we get to all my picks, here are a few thoughts I have on the 2017 NFL draft as a whole:...

Full Story - WDSU.com
Avery Young waived by New Orleans Saints Posted By: Andrus Posted On Today 12:57 AM


By Mark Inabinett

Former Auburn offensive tackle Avery Young spent the entire 2016 season with the New Orleans Saints without ever getting to play for the NFL team. Now, he won't get the opportunity after the Saints placed him on waivers on Monday.

Young was bypassed in the 2016 NFL Draft and signed with New Orleans as a free agent in May. When the Saints' rookies reported for training camp in July, though, Young was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list. The designation indicates that Young had an injury not connected to his time with New Orleans.

The nature of Young's injury was never disclosed by the Saints or by Young...

Full Story - AL.com
Saints in good position to address defense in 'one of the best defensive drafts' NFL Network's Mike Mayock has seen Posted By: Andrus Posted On Today 12:55 AM


By Herbie Teope, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune


NFL Draft analyst Mike Mayock hosted his annual pre-NFL Scouting Combine teleconference Monday afternoon with beat writers from around the league.

From quarterbacks to defensive players, Mayock touched on numerous subjects for a little more than two hours.

One theme, however, rose above the Q&A session to dominate the call.

"This defensive draft at edge and at corner is outstanding," said Mayock, who also called the 2017 draft class "one of the best defensive drafts I've seen."

Mayock's proclamation for defensive end and cornerback is good news when considering the New Orleans Saints' desire to bolter the positions after ranking last in the league against the pass and totaling just 30 sacks on the 2016 season...

Full Story - NOLA.com
Report: Los Angeles Rams to use franchise tag on CB Trumaine Johnson Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 06:32 PM


By Andrew Kulp -- All 22


Add Los Angeles Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson to the long list of NFL players who are hearing on Monday that they will be slapped with the franchise tag.

According to Dan Graziano for ESPN, the Rams are expected to use the franchise tag on Johnson for the second year in a row. The cost of doing so would be $16.74 million.

The deadline for the Rams to officially tag Johnson is 4 p.m. on March 1.

If Johnson were to become a free agent, he would likely be considered among the top three cornerbacks on the market. According to Pro Football Focus, the fifth-year veteran ranked 17th out of 109 qualifying cornerbacks (minimum 25% snaps played regular season and playoffs) with a 72.3 opponents’ passer rating*in 2016.

Full Article -- All 22
1 Green Bay Packers LB Nick Perry likely to be a sought-after free agent Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 06:22 PM


By Andrew Kulp -- All 22

Monday turned out to be very lucrative for Green Bay Packers linebacker Nick Perry, and he didn’t even receive a contract extension or become a free agent yet.

With news that the franchise tag will be placed on Los Angeles Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram, Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Chandler Jones and New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul in lieu of long-term deals, the top three free-agent edge defenders are all effectively off the market. Carolina Panthers defensive end Mario Addison signed a contract extension, too.

That means the list of available players who can rush the passer — specifically off the edges — just got a lot shorter. In fact, in terms of players under 30 who have recorded double-digit sacks at some point in their NFL careers, Perry basically just became the only game in town.

Full Article -- All 22
1 Saints grab best available cornerback, sleeper quarterback in pre-combine mock draft 5.0 Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 02:45 PM


The New Orleans Saints mix big-time draft prospects from powerhouse programs with small-school studs in this latest 7-round mock draft.


By John Sigler -- CSC

As always, I’m building this mock draft with the assumption under the assumption that the New Orleans Saints will address their highest-priority roster “must-adds” (pass rusher and cornerback) through free agency. The Saints should also pursue less-important but still vulnerable “needs” (guard and middle linebacker), leaving their draft strategy open to target “wants” (tailback, tight end, kick returner).

They could also double down on positions filled by free agents. Either way, I don’t anticipate the Saints going into the draft needing to focus on a specific position. Their $30-million in cap space and high number of players rostered for 2017 gives the Saints a lot of flexibility when adding personnel this spring.

This week’s NFL Scouting Combine and the athletic testing that comes with it should help finalize draft boards around the NFL scouting community. As always, a flurry of rumors and last-minute negotiations will give us a glimpse towards next week’s opening of free agency. And remember: a large part of the process in these mock drafts is not to built the perfect-world draft class. I’m trying to introduce readers to draft prospects and possible scenarios that may not otherwise be considered.

Full Article -- CSC
Why Sean Payton is still the right fit for the New Orleans Saints Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On Yesterday 12:20 PM


After three consecutive losing seasons, many are asking if Sean Payton is still the right coach for the job. I was lucky enough to meet the head coach of the New Orleans Saints just once. It was the summer of 2014, in the parking lot of The Greenbrier following a training camp practice. After a casual conversation that lasted only a few minutes, but for someone that has followed his career closely, I know my answer. What’s yours?

By Bob Rose -- CSC

Sean Payton became the 16th head coach of the New Orleans Saints in 2006 (10 full-time and 6 interim). Payton took over a franchise that was arguably at its lowest point in its less than glorious history. Hurricane Katrina had just devastated the entire Gulf Coast region less than one year before. The 2005 Saints were forced to play their "home games" in San Antonio or the campus of Louisiana State University on their way to a 3-13 season. There were even some rumors that owner Tom Benson would relocate the Saints to San Antonio or Los Angeles.

Payton's first head coaching job in the National Football League was going to be with a franchise that had exactly ONE playoff victory in it's first 39 years of existence. His list of accolades over ten years later since speak for themselves. Payton's 94 career victories are the most in Saints history, and his .588 winning percentage is a franchise high. Payton led the Saints to their first ever road playoff victory, and of course their only Super Bowl championship to date. His three division titles, five playoff appearances, and 6-4 postseason record are franchise bests, and he and Jim Mora are tied for the most career winning seasons with five apiece. Payton's record-breaking offenses have always been among the best in the league. History may recognize the Saints passing attack as one of the best ever.

Full Article -- CSC
New Orleans Saints 2017 free agency outlook: Safeties Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Yesterday 10:56 AM


Full Story – Nola.Com


The New Orleans Saints safety group was a position of defensive strength in 2016.

Kenny Vaccaro, Jairus Byrd, rookie Vonn Bell and Roman Harper anchored a corps that allowed the Saints to compensate for other defensive deficiencies by incorporating a three-safety look in 12 regular-season games.

Vaccaro and Bryd, in particular, tied for the team lead with two interceptions each.

Erik Harris emerged as a core special teams player before landing on injured reserve with a knee injury, while Shiloh Keo and Chris Banjo, both of whom signed free-agent deals during the season, saw action on special teams.

By Herbie Teope / Times-Picayune

Full Story – Nola.Com
1 The Four Rules of NFL Free Agency Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-26-2017 04:40 PM


An insider’s guide to gaming the player market. Plus: four moves that could boost four Super Bowl contenders.

By Mike Lombardi -- The Ringer

Did you know the 2017 NFL season starts in two weeks? Maybe you won’t have your fantasy draft for another six months, but the real season kicks off when teams start rebuilding, repairing, and restoring their rosters with signings, trades, and draft picks. Some of those moves will inevitably turn out perfectly fine. But with so many new coaches and decision-makers in power, as well as an unforgiving salary cap that has left more veterans unemployed than ever before, expect to see many more offseason decisions that make us say, “WHAT????”

Free agency comes first, usually with a frenzy of moves in the first few days. The media love grading those free-agency acquisitions based on how THEY assessed every team’s needs — like the website that gave last year’s Jags a “B+” because they “came into free agency looking to make a splash, and they have done just that.” Actually, the Jags’ only 2016 splash was firing head coach Gus Bradley after a road game in Houston.

That’s why you won’t see me grading free agency, as much as I enjoy reading everyone else’s takes. I don’t subscribe to the “collection of assets” school of thinking for free agents. My philosophy centers on a willingness to use every conceivable avenue to procure talent all year long — not just in March and April. Here are my four rules for free agency.

Full Article -- The Ringer
1 Saints will have to spend big if they want to land an edge rusher like Melvin Ingram Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-26-2017 02:21 PM


By Larry Holder -- Picayune

A year ago, I don't think the New Orleans Saints would have ever pondered spending over-the-top money for a pass rusher like Olivier Vernon in free agency.

Given the desperate state of the defensive end/outside linebacker position, I bet the Saints' thought process has changed. It also helps that the Saints actually have money to spend this offseason to the tune of nearly $30 million.

Whether you call it defensive end or outside linebacker or edge rusher or Fred, the Saints so badly need a pass rusher to affect the quarterback. New Orleans' sack totals have dwindled since 2013 dropping to 34 in 2014, 31 in 2015 and just 30 last season.

The absolute need for a pass rusher is imperative.

Full Article -- Picayune
1 5 NFL combine storylines to watch in Indianapolis this week Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-26-2017 05:17 AM


By Joel Erickson -- Advocate

The NFL offseason kicks into high gear this week when 32 NFL teams, 330 draft prospects and thousands of media and agents will descend on Indianapolis for the annual scouting combine, a test of physical ability that has produced mountains of debate over how much it matters in the draft process.

For most teams, the on-field tests are an opportunity to check the evaluations they already have on tape, even though the televised workouts will produce some eye-popping physical capabilities that can vault some players higher up draft boards.

Beyond the measurable numbers, though, the NFL combine is important because it's an annual fountain of news, and the storylines that come out of Indianapolis often make headlines throughout the draft process.

With that in mind, here are five storylines to watch as the NFL invades Indianapolis from Feb. 28-March 6.*

Full Article -- Advocate
Gauging the Saints' musts, needs and wants as the NFL offseason kicks off Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-25-2017 11:16 PM


By Nick Underhill -- Advocate

When the New Orleans Saints gather after each season, they set out to organize their offseason priorities by categorizing them as musts, needs and wants.

This approach allows the front office to rank the team's voids by level of urgency, then work to fill those shortcomings.

Some of the holes on the roster are easily identifiable, and those typically end up as musts. This year, above everything else, the team needs to find someone to play defensive end opposite Cameron Jordan. That’s a must.

A need is a secondary concern, a spot where the team could get by with what it has, but an upgrade is needed. A position like guard might qualify here.

A want is just that — a spot where the Saints would like a different player, but landing one is not paramount to their success.

With the NFL combine kicking off Tuesday and free agency looming almost right after it ends, now is a good time to look at the roster and take a guess at how the Saints might prioritize their offseason agenda.

Full Article -- Advocate
1 The 9 best bargains available in NFL free agency Posted By: Dan in Lafayette Posted On 02-25-2017 06:41 PM


By Cameron DaSilva -- Fox Sports

Hundreds of millions of dollars will be thrown around in a few weeks when NFL free agency begins on March 9. Players will sign lucrative deals to change cities, while others will sit on the market longer than they probably should.

That doesn’t mean they’re not great players. It just means there are bigger names available more deserving of $100 million contracts.

These nine players won’t break the bank and cash in on contracts that pay them north of $15 million per year. They’ll be bargains on the open market who will be difference-makers in Year 1 with their new teams. When it comes to getting the biggest bang for the*buck, teams should look no further than these underrated players.

Full Article -- Fox Sports
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NFL Prospects from THE BOOT -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 01-29-2017


NFL Prospects from THE BOOT

By Mike Detillier


I have been evaluating college talent headed to the NFL for 30 years and every year something jumps out at me. In the 2017 NFL draft class, what jumps out to me is the huge amount of potential pro prospects with Louisiana roots available to the 32 NFL teams.

Six out of the last nine years Louisiana per capita has produced more NFL players than any other state in the United States. In those 3 other years they came in second.

I have never seen so many potential Louisiana pro prospects in my 30 years covering the college football world in one draft class. Below are prospects who played high school football and grew up in Louisiana.

In my potential top-30 prospects Louisiana has 4:

Leonard Fournette-Halfback, LSU (St. Augustine)
Tim Williams- Outside Linebacker, Alabama (University Lab)
Cam Robinson-Offensive Tackle, Alabama (West Monroe)
Tre’Davious White-Cornerback, LSU (Green Oaks-Shreveport)


Prospects considered to be selected in the second or third round of the 2017 NFL draft Louisiana has 6 in:

Malachi Dupre-Wide Receiver, LSU (John Curtis)
Davon Godchaux-Defensive Tackle, LSU (Plaquemine)
Jeremy Cutrer-Cornerback, Middle Tennessee (Jewel-Sumner-Kentwood)
Duke Riley-Outside Linebacker, LSU (John Curtis)
Carlos Henderson-Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech (McDonogh 35)
Kendell Beckwith-Middle Linebacker, LSU (East Feliciana)


NFL prospects with very late third round into the fifth round Louisiana has 6 prospects:

Tanzel Smart-Defensive Tackle, Tulane (Scotlandville Magnet)
Chad Williams-Wide Receiver, Grambling (Madison Prep)
Elijah McGuire-Halfback, UL-Lafayette (Vandebilt-Catholic)
Trent Taylor-Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech (Evangel Christian)
Travin Dural-Wide Receiver, LSU (Breaux Bridge)
Xavier Woods-Strong Safety, Louisiana Tech (West Monroe)


Prospects with either sixth or seventh round pick grades Louisiana has 7 potential draft choices:

Cameron Tom-Offensive Center, Southern Mississippi (Catholic High B.R.)
D’Nerius Antoine-Strong Safety, Southern Mississippi (Westgate)
Cethan Carter-Tight End, Nebraska (Rummel)
Josh Boutte-Offensive Guard, LSU (Westgate)
B.J. Singleton-Defensive Tackle, Houston (Destrehan)
Lenard Tillery-Halfback, Southern (McKinley)
Dwayne Thomas-Cornerback, LSU (O. Perry Walker)


Prospects who just missed out on late round pick grades and will be signed as NFL free agents Louisiana has 5 in:

Speedy Noil-Wide Receiver/Return Man, Texas A&M (Edna Karr)
DeSean Smith-Tight End, LSU (Barbe)
Rickey Jefferson-Free Safety, LSU (Destrehan)
Lazedrick Thompson-Halfback, Tulane (St. Charles Catholic)
Otha Peters-Outside/Inside Linebacke,r UL-Lafayette (Covington)

The above numbers are just remarkable for our state to produce in one draft class.


Watch for Engram

I know the New Orleans Saints need help on the defensive side of the ball, but we all know Sean Payton loves offensive players and this is an offense-driven league. In Round 2 of the 2017 NFL draft don’t be surprised to see the Saints take a long look at Ole Miss tight end Evan Engram, if he is still on the board.

The 6-3, 230 pound Engram has re-written the Rebel records for receptions for tight ends and he wowed the scouts in Mobile, Alabama this past week at...
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Mike Detillier's Top 85 Players of the 2017 NFL Draft
Posted On 01-28-2017


Top 85 Players of the 2017 NFL Draft

By Mike Detillier



1. Myles Garrett - Defensive End, Texas A&M

2. Leonard Fournette - Halfback, LSU

3. Jonathan Allen - Defensive End/Tackle, Alabama

4. Deshaun Watson - Quarterback, Clemson

5. Dalvin Cook - Halfback, Florida State

6. Derek Barnett - Defensive End, Tennessee

7. Jamal Adams - Strong Safety, LSU

8. Malik Hooker - Free Safety, Ohio State

9. Mike Williams - Wide Receiver, Clemson

10. Reuben Foster - Inside Linebacker, Alabama

11. Solomon Thomas - Defensive End, Stanford

12. Jalen "Teez" Tabor - Cornerback, Florida

13. Cam Robinson - Offensive Tackle, Alabama

14. Tim Williams - Outside Linebacker, Alabama

15. Jabrill Peppers - Strong Safety, Michigan

16. O.J. Howard - Tight End, Alabama

17. Sidney Jones - Cornerback, Washington

18. Takkarist McKinley - Outside Linebacker, UCLA

19. Marshon Lattimore - Cornerback, Ohio State

20. Mitch Trubisky - Quarterback, North Carolina

21. Corey Davis - Wide Receiver, Western Michigan

22. Malik McDowell - Defensive Tackle, Michigan State

23. Ryan Ramczyk - Offensive Tackl, Wisconsin

24. Christian McCaffrey - Halfback, Stanford

25. Taco Charlton - Defensive End, Michigan

26. Tre'Davious White - Cornerback, LSU

27. John Ross - Wide Receiver, Washington

28. Marlon Humphrey - Cornerback, Alabama

29. Zach Cunningham - Outside/Inside Linebacker, Vanderbilt

30. David Njoku - Tight End, Miami (Fla.)

31. Cordrea Tankersley - Cornerback, Clemson

32. Charles Harris - Defensive End, Missouri

33. T.J. Watt - Outside Linebacker, Wisconsin

34. Carlos Watkins - Defensive Tackle, Clemson

35. Forrest Lamp - Offensive Guard, Western Kentucky

36. Jarrad Davis - Inside Linebacker, Florida

37. Desmond King - Cornerback, Iowa

38. Carl Lawson - Defensive End, Auburn

39. DeShone Kizer - Quarterback, Notre Dame

40. Ethan Pocic - Offensive Center/Guard, LSU

41. Adoree' Jackson - Cornerback, USC

42. Haason Reddick - Outside Linebacker, Rutgers

43. Quincy Wilson - Cornerback, Florida

44. Ryan Anderson - Outside Linebacker, Alabama

45. Raekwon McMillan - Middle Linebacker, Ohio State

46. Dede Westbrook - Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

47. Caleb Brantley - Defensive Tackle, Florida

48. Evan Engram - Tight End, Mississippi

49. Jordan Leggett - Tight End, ...
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