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jeanpierre 07-06-2019 10:54 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
SAINTS DEPTH CHART - 2019 New Orleans Saints – Pre-Camp Discussion of 90-man Roster

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, 37 - Javorius "Buck" Allen (FA 2019), 30 - Matt Dayes (FA 2019), 32 - Devine Ozigbo (UDFA 2019)

FB (1) 42 - Zach Line, 46 - Michael Burton (FA 2019)

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

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

LT (1) 72 - Terron Armstead, 77 - Marshall Newhouse (FA 2019), 79 - Nate Wozniak

LG (2) 75 - Andrus Peat, 64 - Will Clapp, 73 - Ethan Greenidge (UDFA 2019)

C (2) 78 - Erik McCoy (R2P16, #48), 66 - Ryan Groy (FA 2019), 61 - Marcus Henry (FA 2019)

RG (2) 62 - Nick Easton (FA 2019), 63 - Cameron Tom (ERFA 2019), 67 - Larry Warford

RT (2) 71 - Ryan Ramcyzk, 70 - Michael Ola (FA 2019), 65 - John Ulrick (FA 2019), 68 - Derrick Kelly (UDFA 2019)

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

WR-Z (2) 19 - Ted Ginn, 10 - Tra'Quan Smith, 12 - Rishard Matthews (FA 2019), 11 - Deonte Harris (UDFA 2019)


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), 50 - Wes Horton (FA 2019)

WLB (2) 56 - DeMario Davis, 52 - Craig Robertson (FA 2019), 51 - Colton Jumper (FA 2019)

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

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

RCB (2) 23 - Marshon Lattimore, 26 - P.J. Williams (FA 2019), 34 - Justin Hardee (ERFA 2019)

NCB (2) 21 - Patrick Robinson, 22 - Chauncey Gardner (R4P3, #105), 35 - Marcus Sherels (FA 2019), 39 - Kayvon Webster (FA 2019)

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

SS (2) 24 - Vonn Bell, 48 - J.T. Gray, 38 - Terrell Williams, Jr. (FA 2019)

LCB (2) 25 - Eli Apple, 20 - Ken Crawley (RFA 2019), 29 - Chris Campbell (RFC 2019)

KICKING

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

P (1) 6 - Thomas Morstead

LS (1) 49 - Zach Wood (ERFA 2019), 40 - Nick Moore (UDFA 2019)


Active Roster Count - Total: 90 (53); Offense: 46; Defense: 40; Kicking: 4


Reserved, Non-Football Injury

54 - Chase Hansen (UDFA 2019)


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

jeanpierre 07-08-2019 12:22 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
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Originally Posted by Rell&Gold (Post 847733)
I don't recall the run game "struggling" Kamara held his own while Mark was out

But we didn't have that combo-punch to the body that was often lethal, not letting defenses breathe...

jeanpierre 07-08-2019 11:00 AM

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K Major 07-08-2019 11:21 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
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Originally Posted by jeanpierre (Post 847796)

I'll disagree with the writer on a couple of spots ...

RB - Dwayne Washington ... I think Ozigbo will show up and show out enough at camp to get #3 spot.

WR - Cameron Meredith ... I want him to succeed in the slot however I don't believe his knee will ever be 100% again. He can't help if on the sideline in December when we start to make that final "push" for post season position.

I do agree with him on the TE's though ... Dan Arnold didn't show up when the lights were on in 2018 and a young, hungry lion (Alize Mack) aims to take his spot.

Oh and yes, it's just a matter of time for Ken Crawley. His confidence is gone. Kayvon Webster is an upgrade, a seasoned vet and plays on special teams. I hope Saquan Hampton does enough to earn practice squad spot. Someone that could be worth developing.

Can't wait for training camp :bng:.

jeanpierre 07-11-2019 04:39 AM

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ChrisXVI 07-11-2019 07:17 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
DE is looking pretty bad now that Granderson will not be in the mix. Granted, if we were relying on an UDFA to give us meaningful snaps then we were not in great shape anyway.

There was an article that said Vince Biegel is getting more pass rush snaps... But he doesn’t have great length. Maybe Porter Gustin surprises.

Mario Edwards has said that the coaching staff very clearly stated he’ll be a 3-technique.

K Major 07-12-2019 09:55 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Sam Acho
Nick Perry
Derrick Morgan
Wilkerson

... experienced vets who are NFL "ready" & can get to the QB and are available at the moment. Trust me, the Saints coaching staff have a plan B at DE behind Davenport & Cam.

** Trey Hendrickson aka TRex needs to step up his game in 2019.

K Major 07-12-2019 10:15 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
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Originally Posted by ChrisXVI (Post 847961)
DE is looking pretty bad now that Granderson will not be in the mix. Granted, if we were relying on an UDFA to give us meaningful snaps then we were not in great shape anyway.

According to Wyoming stats for 2018, Carl had 28 solo tackles, 12 assisted & 3 sacks. Not exactly tearing it up. Saints coaches probably saw a high motor, "raw" talent who could contribute on special teams.

It won't surprise me if the Saints brought in a vet (team position casualty) post training camp.

jeanpierre 07-12-2019 10:30 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
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Originally Posted by K Major (Post 847972)
According to Wyoming stats for 2018, Carl had 28 solo tackles, 12 assisted & 3 sacks. Not exactly tearing it up. Saints coaches probably saw a high motor, "raw" talent who could contribute on special teams.

It won't surprise me if the Saints brought in a vet (team position casualty) post training camp.

Careful - you've got to skew those numbers because:

a) he didn't have a great defensive line anchoring the middle at WY

b) college runs the ball a whole lot more, hence the 28 solo tackles which is high for a Defensive End...

Waiting to hear the details of this sexual assault come out; but if he did force his self - I don't want him wearing the Fleur-de-lis, not for a SEXUAL or DOMESTIC assault...

jeanpierre 07-12-2019 10:36 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ChrisXVI (Post 847961)
DE is looking pretty bad now that Granderson will not be in the mix. Granted, if we were relying on an UDFA to give us meaningful snaps then we were not in great shape anyway.

There was an article that said Vince Biegel is getting more pass rush snaps... But he doesn’t have great length. Maybe Porter Gustin surprises.

Mario Edwards has said that the coaching staff very clearly stated he’ll be a 3-technique.

Okay, I'm gonna seem like I'm talking outta my arse, but keep in mind, I've been critical of what it took to get Davenport, not Davenport, who was a fine draft prospect (not my fave)...

That said, yeah, will miss Okafor who showed up and played himself into a great contract, but we now have a former first round pick who can rotate with Cam, Davenport, and Trey-Rex - that's not too shabby...

Now Davenport SHOULD (cue Mora clip) be healthy, will have been in an NFL strength program for a year, and is now acclimated, rested with a full off-season that doesn't include stressing his body for the Draft...

Davenport will be the key though...

Brothers and Sisters, our 2018 rookies on DE and WR, and OL will be the difference this year...


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