'Put me anywhere:' Position flexibility in Saints' secondary makes New Orleans 'dangerous' (1 Viewer)

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BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer

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P.J. Williams knew the New Orleans Saints’ secondary had little wiggle room ahead of last season’s matchup against the Tennessee Titans.

Vonn Bell, the starting strong safety at the time, was out for the second straight week with a knee injury. Veteran safety D.J. Swearinger had just signed with the team, so he was likely going to be inactive, leaving the Saints with just three active safeties for gameday: starting free safety Marcus Williams, rookie C.J. Gardner-Johnson and special-teams standout J.T. Gray.

Just in case, P.J. Williams practiced that week at outside corner, nickel and...

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