BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
It was not long after the New Orleans Saints drafted former Wisconsin linebacker Zack Baun that they made clear their intentions to use him as an off-ball linebacker, where his athleticism and intelligence could shine.
But an organization that has reaped the benefits of allowing versatile players to maximize their unique individual skills also sees the potential for a little bit more.
“We love the flexibility of the player,” said defensive coordinator Dennis Allen. “That was one of the things that was the most intriguing to us about him. There's a vision for this guy being able to move...