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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by K Major I just don't know how long coaches are going to ignore the fact that De'Vante "Aggie" Harris isn't that good of a football player . Some of those valuable snaps needs to be evaluated on ...

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I just don't know how long coaches are going to ignore the fact that De'Vante "Aggie" Harris isn't that good of a football player . Some of those valuable snaps needs to be evaluated on other undrafted "prospects" at training camp. It's gonna be very hard to keep Banjo off the 53 man roster in 2018. He has good speed/size and is always around the ball + he's a solid back up (to Vonn Bell) in the box. Versatility here is key.

As for Crawley, he's a legit #2 corner at this level & will only get better.
Agreed on Harris, he's had two seasons, this being his third, and if he's still goofing up, he cedes those developmental snaps to Jamerson, Stephens, and/or Moore...

Jamerson as a returner, former (quality, ball-hawk) safety and nickel back candidate behind Patrick Robinson has a higher ceiling than Banjo, Maulet, and Hardee...

Moore and/or Stephens could shut the door on those guys; and there's still the supplemental draft where the Saints may be thinking of tendering draft picks...
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Jamerson might have a little bit of an edge because of his return skills....but then again he is a strong candidate for the practice squad if he isn't ready to compete in the NFL. I have some loyalty to the men already on the team but if they don't produce then I'm willing to forget them.
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Jamerson might have a little bit of an edge because of his return skills....but then again he is a strong candidate for the practice squad if he isn't ready to compete in the NFL. I have some loyalty to the men already on the team but if they don't produce then I'm willing to forget them.
Short of that which shall not be spoken, Jamerson is making the 53-man roster...
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Short of that which shall not be spoken, Jamerson is making the 53-man roster...
Bookmarked and noted.
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Curious why they've decided to move so many players to different positions? Why not draft a safety to be a safety? Why not draft a corner to be a corner?

Seems like an awful lot of work to add to the tasks at hand...
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I really hope Vonn Bell is pushed (Banjo/Jamerson) hard at training camp. He was a decent blitzer but he really needs to kick it up a notch in year 3 as a Saint. Specifically speaking more opportunistic & versatile. Again, I don't treat PFF as the gospel but they ranked him as the 65th rated safety in 2017.

To quote the late great Hagin... "someone sell me on Vonn Bell?!".
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I really hope Vonn Bell is pushed (Banjo/Jamerson) hard at training camp. He was a decent blitzer but he really needs to kick it up a notch in year 3 as a Saint. Specifically speaking more opportunistic & versatile. Again, I don't treat PFF as the gospel but they ranked him as the 65th rated safety in 2017.

To quote the late great Hagin... "someone sell me on Vonn Bell?!".
Hagen hated the moment we used two picks to acquire the second round pick to select him; and that caused us to use two more picks to select Onyemata...

As Kev would say - "grrrrrrr"...
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