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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; I'm nowhere near panic mode. We got a lb, which was a big priority. I'm sure the front office has a plan. I also see us trading for a quality cb, (hopefully sheppard). I was intrigued by samuel and did ...

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Old 03-02-2008, 12:33 PM   #21
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Re: Not quite time to panic

I'm nowhere near panic mode. We got a lb, which was a big priority. I'm sure the front office has a plan. I also see us trading for a quality cb, (hopefully sheppard). I was intrigued by samuel and did want the saints to pursue him, but I'm glad they didn't break the bank to get him. I do hope we draft a cb in on the first day, but I also want to see how usama develops going into his second season, and how j. david rebounds from his suicidal season (he might make a serviceable nickle corner). Do we still have holes, yes, but I don't see the team standing pat. There will be more moves to come, and we know the team likes to make trades on draft day, so who knows what will happen.

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Old 03-02-2008, 02:16 PM   #22
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Re: Not quite time to panic

this is what the saints need to do sign Gay some how get there hands on Ellis or Dorsey and in the second round draft Xavier Adibi and they will have a much better defense.
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