By Pat Leonard | New York Daily News
The New Orleans Saints have quadrupled down on going all-in to win Drew Brees a second Super Bowl.
They were already one of the best teams in the NFL. Now they’ve brought two-time champion safety Malcolm Jenkins back home and signed accomplished wideout Emmanuel Sanders.
That’s in addition to re-signing Brees, guard Andrus Peat and defensive tackle David Onyemata, and applying a first-round tender to Swiss-Army knife QB Taysom Hill.
And this is meaningful not only because it may vault the Saints over the top after a painful three years of “almosts” (the Minneapolis Miracle divisional round road loss of 2017, the blown Rams pass interference non-call in the 2018 NFC Championship at the Superdome, and a home OT wild-card loss to the Vikings in January).
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