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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; LCB (2) 00 - Paulson Adebo - Mr. Mansfield . I think he could realistically play a lot as a rookie, maybe even start. Kris Richard has something to work with here....

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Old 05-02-2021, 10:54 AM   #161
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Re: 2021 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook

LCB (2) 00 - Paulson Adebo - Mr. Mansfield.

I think he could realistically play a lot as a rookie, maybe even start.

Kris Richard has something to work with here.
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Old 05-02-2021, 11:01 AM   #162
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Re: 2021 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook

Now Iím curious to see what numbers these rookies take with the new number rules.
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Now Iím curious to see what numbers these rookies take with the new number rules.
Hopefully I can get #17 since #2 is taken.
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Old 05-02-2021, 02:43 PM   #164
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SAINTS DEPTH CHART - 2021 New Orleans Saints Ė Undrafted Free Agents, Second Wave

OFFENSE

QB (3) 2 - Jameis Winston (FA 2021), 7 - Taysom Hill, 15 - Trevor Siemian (RFC 2021), 00 - Ian Book (R4, P133)

RB (3) 41 - Alvin Kamara, 88 - Ty Montgomery (FA 2021),
28 - Latavius Murray, 24 - Dwayne Washington (FA 2021), 37 - Tony Jones Jr. (RFC 2021), 00 - Stevie Scott III (UDFA 2021)
FB (1) 40 - Alex Armah (FA 2021), 45 - Garrett Griffin (RFC 2021)

WR-X (2) 13 - Michael Thomas, 12 - Marquez Callaway, 19 - Jake Lampman (RFC 2021)

WR-S (2) 00 - Kawaan Baker (R7, P255), 83 - Juwan Johnson (ERFA 2021), 84 - LilíJordan Humphrey (ERFA 2021),

LT (2) 72 - Terron Armstead, 74 - James Hurst (FA 2021), 73 - Ethan Greenidge

LG (2) 75 - Andrus Peat, 64 - Will Clapp (RFA 2021), 68 - Derrick Kelly

C (2) 78 - Erik McCoy, 00 - Christian Montano (FA 2021)

RG (2) 51 - Cesar Ruiz, 66 - Calvin Throckmorton (RFC 2021), 00 - Mike Brown (UDFA 2021)

RT (2) 71 - Ryan Ramcyzk, 00 - Landon Young (R6, P206), 00 - Alex Hoffman (UDFA 2021)

TE (3) 82 - Adam Trautman, 81 - Nick Vannett (FA 2021), 86 - Ethan Wolf (RFC 2021), 00 - Dylan Soehner (UDFA 2021)

WR-Z (2) 10 - Tre'Quan Smith, 11 - Deonte Harris, 00 - Jalen McCleskey (FA 2021)


DEFENSE

RDE (2) 92 - Marcus Davenport, 96 - Carl Granderson, 57 - Noah Spence (FA 2021), 59 - Marcus Willoughby (RFC 2021)

NT (2) 99 - Shy Tuttle, 95 - Ryan Glasgow (RFC 2021), 00 - Josiah Bronson (UDFA 2021)

DT (2) 93 - David Onyemata, 97 - Malcolm Roach, 77 - Jalen Dalton (RFC 2021)

LDE (2) 94 - Cam Jordan, 00 - Payton Turner (R1, P28), 92 - Tanoh Kpassagnon, 70 - Christian Ringo (RFC 2021)

WLB (2) 00 - Pete Werner (R2, P60), 42 - Chase Hansen (RFC 2021)

MLB (2) 56 - DeMario Davis, 54 - Wynton McManis (RFC 2021), 00 - Shaq Smith (UDFA 2021)

SLB (2) 53 - Zach Baun, 55 - Kaden Elliss, 50 - Andrew Dowell (RFC 2021)

RCB (2) 23 - Marshon Lattimore, 26 - P.J. Williams (FA 2021), 00 - Bryce Thompson (UDFA 2021)

NCB (2) 22 - Chauncey Gardner, 30 - Grant Haley (RFC 2021)[/B], 00 - Lawrence Woods (UDFA 2021)

FS (2) 43 - Marcus Williams (Non-Exclusive Franchise Tag 2021), 48 - J.T. Gray (FA 2021)

SS (2) 27 - Malcolm Jenkins, 00 - Eric Burrell (UDFA 2021)

LCB (2) 00 - Paulson Adebo (R3, P76), 21 - Patrick Robinson, 38 - Keith Washington Jr.


KICKING

K (1) 3 - Wil Lutz

P (1) 4 - Blake Gillikin, 0 - Nolan Cooney

LS (1) 49 - Zach Wood

RS (*) 11 - Deonte Harris


90-man Roster Count - Total: 79; Offense: 39; Defense: 36; Kicking: 4; Practice Squad: 0


Reserve/Injured

Reserve/Non-Football Injury

Reserve/Covid-19

Reserve/Opt-Out


KEY:

Projected Starter

Free Agent (FA 2021)

Waivers (Wv 2021)

Exclusive Rights Free Agent (ERFA 2021)

Reserve/Futures Contract (RFC 2021)

Rookie Draft Pick (R#,P#)

Undrafted Rookie Free Agent (UDFA 2021)

Practice Squad (PS 2021)

Injured, Reserve/Non-Football Injury (IR), Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform (PUP), Reserve/Opt-Out (OPT)

Reserve/Covid-19

Reserve/Suspended By Commissioner

STATUS:
  • *OUT - Out/Left Game

  • *INACTIVE - Healthy Inactive

  • *PSACTIVE - Activated From Practice Squad

  • *LP - Limited Practice

  • *DNP - Did Not Practice

  • *CP - Concussion Protocol

  • *DTR - Designated To Return
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Re: 2021 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook

I'm loving the versatility and depth on the D line.

Anyone think we're still in need of a veteran WR and CB?
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Old 05-03-2021, 10:34 PM   #166
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Re: 2021 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook

Originally Posted by saintsfan1976 View Post
I'm loving the versatility and depth on the D line.

Anyone think we're still in need of a veteran WR and CB?
Absolutely. Whether it's Conley, Sherman or Breeland you simply can't go into camp with Lattimore (he has legal issues too) & an unproven rookie expecting him to start. PRob is a year older and become injury prone and PJ is simply a guy I wouldn't trust on those boundaries.

It would be wise to add another veteran corner onto the roster.
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Originally Posted by saintsfan1976 View Post
I'm loving the versatility and depth on the D line.

Anyone think we're still in need of a veteran WR and CB?
Iím still a bit worried about the d line against the run. Brown and Rankins both were key to establishing the line of scrimmage and anchoring the run D. Iím not saying the guys on roster canít handle it, but I have concerns.

I agree on both CB and WR vet help if itís available and affordable.
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Old 05-04-2021, 12:38 AM   #168
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Re: 2021 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook

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Iím still a bit worried about the d line against the run. Brown and Rankins both were key to establishing the line of scrimmage and anchoring the run D. Iím not saying the guys on roster canít handle it, but I have concerns.

I agree on both CB and WR vet help if itís available and affordable.
Agreed. M.Brownís replacement is not on the roster yet..., I also am worried about run defense.
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Old 05-04-2021, 02:28 AM   #169
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Re: 2021 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook

Originally Posted by gosaints1 View Post
Agreed. M.Brownís replacement is not on the roster yet..., I also am worried about run defense.
Tuttle and Roach rose up the depth chart last season with both Brown and Rankins missing time, and they did a very nice job at it. So I'm not too worried about the big boys in the middle with Nielsen calling the shots, which is a nice departure from the Bill Johnson era.

That UDFA DT looks promising as well.
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Old 05-04-2021, 09:13 AM   #170
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Tuttle and Roach rose up the depth chart last season with both Brown and Rankins missing time, and they did a very nice job at it. So I'm not too worried about the big boys in the middle with Nielsen calling the shots, which is a nice departure from the Bill Johnson era.

That UDFA DT looks promising as well.
Fully understand that logic wrt the recent acquisitions whoíve never played a down for the Saints, and agree with that optimism. But, when Brown wasnít in the rotation/lineup, the run defense took a step backwards, significantly from my view. Weekís 14, 15, & 16 were the 3 regular season games Brown didnít appear in last year. And the normally super stout run defense surrendered 246, 179, and 90 yards respectively. 246, and then 179? That constitutes ďdoing a very nice job at itĒ? 90 yards from Minnesota and D.Cook? Yeah, itís hard to shut him down, but that was an odd game in which the Saints rushed the ball 45 times for over 250 yards (combined) and scored 52 points, A.Kamara having six rushing TDís. D.Cook only touched the ball 15 times, and still had almost a 5 ypc average.

Fully understand, and agree with, an argument that says team defense stats shouldnít be assigned to one or two players alone, and also the argument that a lot of things were different for that defensive line other than just Brown/Rankins being replaced with Tuttle/Roach.

But I just didnít see what you saw out of Tuttle or Roach last season, doubly so for when they ďrose up the depth chartsĒ.

246?

179?

Back to Back games?

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