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jeanpierre 05-14-2019 06:46 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
SAINTS DEPTH CHART - 2019 New Orleans Saints – Roster Moves Post-Rookie Mini-Camp

OFFENSE

QB (3) 9 – Drew Brees, 5 - Teddy Bridgewater (FA 2019), 7 - Taysom Hill, 16 - J.T. Barrett IV (RFC 2019)

RB (3) 41 - Alvin Kamara, 28 - Latavius Murray (FA 2019), 27 - Dwayne Washington, 32 - Devine Ozigbo (UDFA 2019), 30 - A.J. Ouellette (UDFA 2019)

FB (1) 42 - Zach Line, 41 - Michael Burton (FA 2019)

WR-X (2) 13 - Michael Thomas, 18 - Keith Kirkwood, 17 - Emmanuel Butler (UDFA 2019), 15 - Simmie Cobbs, Jr.

WR-S (2) 80 - Austin Carr, 84 - Lil’Jordan Humphrey (UDFA 2019), 83 - Cyril Grayson(UDFA 2019), 88 - Micah Wright (UDFA 2019), 81 - Cam Meredith

LT (2) 72 - Terron Armstead, 77 - Derek Newton, 65 - Michael Ola (FA 2019)

LG (2) 75 - Andrus Peat, 62 - Nick Easton (FA 2019), 68 - Derrick Kelly (UDFA 2019)

C (2) 78 - Erik McCoy (R2P16, #48), 63 - Cameron Tom (ERFA 2019), 61 - Marcus Henry (FA 2019)

RG (2) 67 - Larry Warford, 64 - Will Clapp, 66 - Mike Herndon (UDFA 2019)

RT (2) 71 - Ryan Ramcyzk, 79 - Nate Wozniak, 65 - John Ulrick (FA 2019), 73 - Ethan Greenidge (UDFA 2019)

TE (3) 87 - Jared Cook, 89 - Josh Hill, 85 - Dan Arnold, 86 - Alizť Mack (R7P17, #231), 45 - Garrett Griffin

WR-Z (2) 19 - Ted Ginn, 10 - Tra'Quan Smith, 11 - Deonte Harris (UDFA 2019), 14 - Travin Dural


DEFENSE

RDE (2) 92 - Marcus Davenport, 97 - Mario Edwards, Jr. (FA 2019), 57 - Carl Granderson (UDFA 2019), 69 - Corbin Kaufusi (UDFA 2019)

NT (2) 90 - Malcolm Brown (FA 2019), 95 - Taylor Stallworth, 96 - Sylvester Williams (FA 2019)

DT3 (2) 93 - David Onyemata, 76 - Kenny Bigelow (UDFA 2019), 74 - Shy Tuttle (UDFA 2019), 98 - Sheldon Rankins

LDE (2) 94 - Cameron Jordan, 91 - Trey Hendrickson, 99 - Geneo Grissom (FA 2019)

WLB (2) 56 - DeMario Davis, 52 - Craig Robertson (FA 2019), 51 - Colton Jumper (FA 2019), 54 - Chase Hansen (UDFA 2019), 50 - Darrell Williams (UDFA 2019)

MLB (2) 47 - Alex Anzalone, 55 - Kaden Elliss (R7P30, #244), 44 - Darnell Sankey (RFC 2019)

SLB (2) 53 - A.J. Klein, 59 - Vince Biegel (ERFA 2019), 58 - Porter Gustin (UDFA 2019)

RCB (2) 23 - Marshon Lattimore, 34 - Justin Hardee (ERFA 2019), 37 - Jordan Wyatt (UDFA 2019)

NCB (2) 26 - P.J. Williams (FA 2019), 35 - Marcus Sherels (FA 2019), 29 - Chris Campbell (RFC 2019), 21 - Patrick Robinson

FS (2) 43 - Marcus A. Williams, 31 - Chris Banjo (FA 2019), 33 - Saquan Hampton (R6P4, #177)

SS (2) 24 - Vonn Bell, 22 - Chauncey Gardner (R4P3, #105), 48 - J.T. Gray

LCB (2) 25 - Eli Apple, 20 - Ken Crawley (RFA 2019), 27 - David Simmons (UDFA 2019)


KICKING

K (1) 3 - Wil Lutz (RFA 2019)

P (1) 6 - Thomas Morstead

LS (1) 49 - Zach Wood (ERFA 2019), 46 - Nick Moore (UDFA 2019)


Active Roster Count - Total: 90 (53); Offense: 45; Defense: 41; Kicking: 4

KEY:

Projected Starter

Free Agent (FA 2019)

Exclusive Rights Free Agent (ERFA 2019)

Reserve/Futures Contract (RFC 2019)

Rookie Draft Pick (R#,P#)

Undrafted Rookie Free Agent (UDFA 2019)

Injured, Injured/Reserve, Injured/PUP

ChrisXVI 05-14-2019 08:42 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
I hadn’t seen that Stallworth changed his number to 95. That’s a good number for the big guy.

jeanpierre 05-14-2019 08:51 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ChrisXVI (Post 844642)
I hadnít seen that Stallworth changed his number to 95. Thatís a good number for the big guy.

Caught it this a.m.; part of the moves from yesterday's action...

K Major 05-14-2019 10:03 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Corbin Kaufusi (UDFA 2019)

He's got crazy height (6'9). It'll be interesting to see what he can do at camp.

Fellow B&G member UtahSaint may have more insight. Didn't see a lot of BYU football in 2018.

AsylumGuido 05-14-2019 12:27 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by K Major (Post 844647)
Corbin Kaufusi (UDFA 2019)

He's got crazy height (6'9). It'll be interesting to see what he can do at camp.

Fellow B&G member UtahSaint may have more insight. Didn't see a lot of BYU football in 2018.

I heard Pat Kirwan talking to a caller yesterday about the height of certain players. He said there is a point where height can begin to be a detriment as opposed to being a positive for certain players. Leverage becomes an issue, as well as maneuverability.

K Major 05-14-2019 03:51 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
83 - Cyril Grayson(UDFA 2019) ... some scouts claim a 4.27 40 however LSU Pro Day 4.33. Pretty impressive to say he's a 400 meter guy.

Beer Man 2.0 perhaps?? Camp awaits.

ChrisXVI 05-14-2019 05:28 PM

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jeanpierre 05-15-2019 12:28 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by AsylumGuido (Post 844651)
I heard Pat Kirwan talking to a caller yesterday about the height of certain players. He said there is a point where height can begin to be a detriment as opposed to being a positive for certain players. Leverage becomes an issue, as well as maneuverability.

AG, are you forgetting Ed "Too Tall" Jones? He was 6' 9"

Doug Atkins was 6' 8"

Jason Taylor was 6' 7"

Bubba Smith was also 6' 7"

Callais Campbell is 6' 8"

Ben Davidson was 6' 8"

and Marcus Davenport is 6' 7" (and may still grow as he's only 22yo)...

I get Kirwin's thought, it reminds me of Pittsburgh drafting guards that were no more than 6' 3" that way they could get under defensive linemen and run the ball better...

It really depends on the player, their ability to adjust.

One thing I love about tall DEs is that if they're disciplined and maintain their edge, QBs have to lob the ball to RBs with a higher arc over 'em, giving LBers more reaction time...

And tall DE's can bat down a lot of short passes, taking away that part of the West Coast Offense...

AsylumGuido 05-15-2019 08:01 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jeanpierre (Post 844691)
AG, are you forgetting Ed "Too Tall" Jones? He was 6' 9"

Doug Atkins was 6' 8"

Jason Taylor was 6' 7"

Bubba Smith was also 6' 7"

Callais Campbell is 6' 8"

Ben Davidson was 6' 8"

and Marcus Davenport is 6' 7" (and may still grow as he's only 22yo)...

I get Kirwin's thought, it reminds me of Pittsburgh drafting guards that were no more than 6' 3" that way they could get under defensive linemen and run the ball better...

It really depends on the player, their ability to adjust.

One thing I love about tall DEs is that if they're disciplined and maintain their edge, QBs have to lob the ball to RBs with a higher arc over 'em, giving LBers more reaction time...

And tall DE's can bat down a lot of short passes, taking away that part of the West Coast Offense...

Those are all superb athletes that are able to play with that height. For every one of those there are 100 tall guys that can't get out of their own way. The caller I was referring to had stated that he was excited about some UDFA because he was 6'9". Kirwan was pointing out that being tall is not an indication that a player will be good. In fact, it is usually a detriment unless the player has the athleticism to make use of the stature. Those type of players are rare.

K Major 05-15-2019 08:10 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jeanpierre (Post 844691)
AG, are you forgetting Ed "Too Tall" Jones? He was 6' 9"

Doug Atkins was 6' 8"

Jason Taylor was 6' 7"

Bubba Smith was also 6' 7"

Callais Campbell is 6' 8"

Ben Davidson was 6' 8"

and Marcus Davenport is 6' 7" (and may still grow as he's only 22yo)...

I get Kirwin's thought, it reminds me of Pittsburgh drafting guards that were no more than 6' 3" that way they could get under defensive linemen and run the ball better...

It really depends on the player, their ability to adjust.

One thing I love about tall DEs is that if they're disciplined and maintain their edge, QBs have to lob the ball to RBs with a higher arc over 'em, giving LBers more reaction time...

And tall DE's can bat down a lot of short passes, taking away that part of the West Coast Offense...

C'mon JP,

Most of the aforementioned guys were 1st & 2nd round draft selections.

Meanwhile Kaufusi is a 26 year old, undrafted rookie trying to make an impression on coaches. One of the struggles for him coming out of college is leverage as AG mentioned in his previous post.

He has his work cut out for him that is for sure.


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