By John Sigler | Saintswire
The New Orleans Saints aren’t exactly in an enviable position. With free agency on the horizon, they have to work quickly to figure out what to do with all three of their quarterbacks in addition to seven or eight other starting spots on their roster (ranging from two-time Pro Bowl left guard Andrus Peat to defensive tackle David Onyemata, safety Vonn Bell, and linebacker A.J. Klein). They don’t have much salary cap space to work with, and previous moves limit them to just five selections in the 2020 NFL Draft. That’s not great.
Fortunately, they’ve managed worse situations before. This won’t be the first time Saints coach Sean Payton, general manager Mickey Loomis, and assistant general manager Jeff Ireland must work together to identify their team’s biggest offseason needs and work to address them. The added pressure of a closing Super Bowl window with Drew Brees at quarterback and limited resources isn’t exactly a new challenge for them. The Saints always work to maximize their assets, and 2020 should prove no different. ...
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