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By Jeff Duncan | NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The New Orleans Saints are all in.
If you didn’t know it when they traded their 2019 first-round pick to draft Marcus Davenport in April or when they dealt a third-rounder to acquire Teddy Bridgewater in August or last month when they traded a pair of picks for Eli Apple, you certainly do today.
By adding veteran wide receiver Dez Bryant to the roster, the Saints are leaving nothing to chance.
When they failed to acquire a pass rusher in free agency, they went hard for Davenport, the best one they could acquire in the draft.
When their backup quarterback spot revealed itself a question mark in training camp, they boldly traded for Bridgewater.
When their second cornerback position proved to be a neon bullseye for opposing quarterbacks, they dealt for Apple and unceremoniously benched Ken Crawley. ...
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