By Luke Johnson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The New Orleans Saints have options at safety.
Through the first four days of training camp, they have mixed and matched the back end of their defensive backfield with a rotation of Marcus Williams, Vonn Bell and offseason addition Kurt Coleman...
By Nick Underhill | The Advocate
Attendance: Wide receiver Brandon Coleman and tight end Michael Hoomanawanui were the only players who did not practice. Center Cameron Tom (shoulder) and wide receiver Travin Dural (broken humerus, according to sources) left the session early. Some veteran...
By Josh Katzenstein
NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Kurt Coleman understands his value.
The ninth-year safety is smart and has experience playing multiple roles in several defensive schemes. He's a ballhawk that can also hit hard. He's a veteran leader who knows how to...
By John Deshaizer
Senior Writer - neworleanssaints.com
Don’t box in Kurt Coleman.
Don’t call him a “free” or “strong” safety, or presuppose he enjoys being in the box on defense rather than playing center field, or leap to the conclusion that he’s more of a thumper than a ballhawk.
By James Parks
The coming season finds the New Orleans Saints looking to defend their surprise NFC South championship and looking to get back into the postseason race.
In so doing, the Saints will return one of the most talented rosters in the NFL, armed with the most efficient quarterback in...