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Old 07-21-2014, 09:50 AM   #1
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The New Orleans Saints will be headed to Greenbrier, West Virginia to start training camp on July 24th. With all the offseason issues finally being resolved, it is time for players to get down to business and get ready for the upcoming season. For the established players, this will be a period to get back into shape, but for others this will be a time to compete for depth chart position.

One position that will present the most competition and intrigue will the second cornerback spot. Keenan Lewis is firmly entrenched on one side as the number one cornerback. However, the other side will have some healthy competition between free agent and future hall of famer Champ Bailey, third year player Corey White, and rookie Stanley Jean-Baptiste.

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Old 07-21-2014, 03:34 PM   #2
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Should be interesting in camp. I'm not sure Toon is a future replacement for Colton tho. Colton got where he is by being smart. He came in and immediately made an impact. Toon has just disappointed so far.

Don't get me wrong, I'm pulling for the kid to improve and get better. But I wouldn't bet on him.
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who ever the last couple of WR spots are besides Colston, Stills, and Cooks are the most interesting camp battles to me... My money was on this kid Brandon Coleman to replace Colston by seasons end. He's got to do enough to make the team though.
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Brandon Coleman || Rutgers Highlights who ever the last couple of WR spots are besides Colston, Stills, and Cooks are the most interesting camp battles to me... My money was on this kid Brandon Coleman to replace Colston by seasons end. He's got to do enough to make the team though.
Wow, I can't see that happening at all.

I am interested in Coleman versus Morgan, Toon, Meachem and Tanner.
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The size of Coleman and Graham along with the speed of Cooks could be fun to watch... Nightmares for the defense when they get on the field at the same time
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What about LB?
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Waterboy. I'm throwing my name in the hat (again) this year.
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