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Saints mailbag Part 2: All about undrafteds, past and present

Sunday, 24 May 2015 09:08 Written by
Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer CloseCovered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-PicayunePreviously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ersIowa native and University of Iowa graduateFollow on Twitter0 Shares EmailPrint CommentThanks for submitting your New Orleans Saints questions to me on Twitter. Send 'em anytime @MikeTriplett. And click here for Part 1 of this week's mailbag. @MikeTriplett Think Griffin is he odd man out? He's played well in preseason. — John Eason (@jaejr)
New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees looks to Brandon Coleman, Seantavius Jones, others
Saturday, 23 May 2015 23:21 Written by
Drew Brees is confident that some young, relatively unknown, inexperienced receivers can help the New Orleans Saints' offense remain among the NFL's best. The 36-year-old quarterback will enter his 15th pro season next fall without two of his most productive pass-catchers from 2014 - tight end Jimmy Graham and receiver Kenny Stills - who've both been traded away. While those moves appeared to raise the prospects of New Orleans drafting a receiver earlier this month,
Zach Strief not bothered by Saints picking Andrus Peat
Saturday, 23 May 2015 22:55 Written by
Zach Strief didn’t get a call on draft night. And he never expected one, not even after New Orleans surprised almost everybody by taking Andrus Peat with the 13th pick. A few members of Strief’s family, his father in particular, kept expecting the Saints to call their starting right tackle and offer some insight behind the move, but Strief knows better. Strief, a 31-year-old heading into his 10th season in New Orleans, knew
Top Saints for 2015
Saturday, 23 May 2015 18:40 Written by
This offseason I went back to the 12 NFL-related folks and got their opinions on the top veteran players on the 2015 roster for the New Orleans Saints. Below are the results and selected comments on the Top 12 players on the Saints roster from one of the selected NFL minds. 1. Drew Brees, Quarterback “Drew is still one of the elite players in this game. There are only a handful of top quarterbacks
The Most Intriguing Rookie Storylines at the New Orleans Saints' OTAs
Saturday, 23 May 2015 16:22 Written by
After signing former New Hampshire standout R.J. Harris, New Orleans inked another undrafted free-agent wideout to a contract. At the end of rookie minicamp, the Saints agreed to a deal with Kyle Prater, and the former Northwestern Wildcat will be an intriguing young talent to keep an eye on throughout OTAs. Prior to receiving an invite to New Orleans’ rookie minicamp, Prater worked out with the Cleveland Browns. The Saints were apparently impressed with what…
Saints depth chart 2015: Projecting starters, including rookies Peat, Anthony
Saturday, 23 May 2015 15:15 Written by
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Saints mailbag Part 1: Are the WRs good enough?
Saturday, 23 May 2015 15:15 Written by
Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer CloseCovered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-PicayunePreviously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ersIowa native and University of Iowa graduateFollow on Twitter0 Shares EmailPrint CommentI decided to break out this week’s most popular New Orleans Saints mailbag question into its own post, as the wide receiver depth has been a hot topic following the draft. The Saints’ WR depth was identified as their biggest roster weakness in this post…
Predicting New Orleans Saints' 2015 Breakout Stars
Saturday, 23 May 2015 15:15 Written by
The New Orleans Saints have players on their roster who could break out in 2015. Could C.J. Spiller have an immediate impact on his new team? Who could have a big impact on defense? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss breakout players on the Saints in the video above.
New Orleans Saints, Andrus Peat agree to 4-year deal
Saturday, 23 May 2015 15:15 Written by
The New Orleans Saints signed offensive lineman Andrus Peat to a four-year contract, their first pick of the 2015 NFL draft. The No. 13 overall pick out of Stanford is a massive blocker, standing 6-foot-7 and 313 pounds. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that the deal is for four years with $11.39 million fully guaranteed. Peat will receive a $6.55 million signing bonus, according to a source who has seen the deal.
Saints’ Davis Tull offseason checklist: Get healthy, get on the field and get to learning
Friday, 22 May 2015 18:01 Written by
Davis Tull isn’t able to learn at the same rate as the rest of the Saints’ rookies. Not right now, at least. The Chattanooga product, who is being asked to make the transition from defensive end to outside linebacker in the New Orleans defense, is still rehabbing his shoulder after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in late March. Tull is hoping to be healthy in time for the start of training
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