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jeanpierre 03-27-2019 12:25 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
SAINTS DEPTH CHART - 2019 New Orleans Saints Free Agency (Week 3)

OFFENSE

QB (3) 9 Drew Brees, 5 - Teddy Bridgewater (FA 2019), 7 - Taysom Hill

RB (3) 41 - Alvin Kamara, 28 - Latavius Murray (FA 2019), 27 - Dwayne Washington, 35 - Martez Carter (RFC 2019)

FB (1) 42 - Zach Line

WR-X (3) 13 - Michael Thomas, 18 - Keith Kirkwood, 15 - Simmie Cobbs, Jr., 14 - Travin Dural (IR)

LT (2) 72 - Terron Armstead, Michael Ola (FA 2019)

LG (2) 75 - Andrus Peat, 77 - Derek Newton

C (2) 62 - Nick Easton (FA 2019), 63 - Cameron Tom (ERFA 2019)

RG (2) 67 - Larry Warford, 64 - Will Clapp

RT (2) 71 - Ryan Ramcyzk, 79 - Nate Wozniak

TE (4) 87 - Jared Cook, 89 - Josh Hill, 85 - Dan Arnold, 45 - Garrett Griffin

WR-Z (2) WR 19 - Ted Ginn, 10 - Tra'Quan Smith, 80 - Austin Carr, 81 - Cam Meredith


DEFENSE

RDE (2) 92 - Marcus Davenport, 99 - Mario Edwards, Jr. (FA 2019)

NT (2) 90 - Malcolm Brown (FA 2019), 76 - Taylor Stallworth

DT3 (2) 93 - David Onyemata, 99 - Tomasi Laulile (RFC 2019), DT 98 - Sheldon Rankins (IR)

LDE (2) 94 - Cameron Jordan, 91 - Trey Hendrickson

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

MLB (2) 47 - Alex Anzalone, 44 - Darnell Sankey (RFC 2019)

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

RCB (2) 23 - Marshon Lattimore, 34 - Justin Hardee (ERFA 2019)

NCB (2) 21 - Patrick Robinson (IR), 35 - Marcus Sherels (FA 2019), 28 - Chris Campbell (RFC 2019)

FS (2) 43 - Marcus A. Williams, 31 - Chris Banjo (FA 2019)

SS (2) 24 - Vonn Bell, 48 - J.T. Gray

LCB (2) 25 - Eli Apple, 20 - Ken Crawley (RFA 2019)


KICKING

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

P (1) 6 - Thomas Morstead

LS (1) 49 - Zach Wood (ERFA 2019)


Active Roster Count - Total: 58 (53); Offense: 29; Defense: 26; Kicking: 3

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 (URFA 2019)

Injured, Injured/Reserve, Injured/PUP

jeanpierre 03-29-2019 08:25 AM

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jeanpierre 03-30-2019 08:50 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Taysom Hill wasn't even starting!!!


jeanpierre 03-31-2019 08:27 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Without Unger, this group looks problematic, or worse, mediocre; though I like our reserves at C, RG, and RT that we're developing,

Armstead, Easton, and now Peat have great durability concerns and poor injury history these past three years; worse, Warford regressed into back to Low-energy Larry last year...


LT (2) 72 - Terron Armstead, Michael Ola (FA 2019)

LG (2) 75 - Andrus Peat, 77 - Derek Newton

C (2) 62 - Nick Easton (FA 2019), 63 - Cameron Tom (ERFA 2019)

RG (2) 67 - Larry Warford, 64 - Will Clapp

RT (2) 71 - Ryan Ramcyzk, 79 - Nate Wozniak

jeanpierre 04-01-2019 08:34 AM

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K Major 04-01-2019 08:54 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
OT (depth), DE (Oak's replacement in terms of production) needs are still there.

K Major 04-01-2019 09:00 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
As for corner back, I'd like PJ Williams back. After a rough start, he finished strong & will likely come cheap.

jeanpierre 04-01-2019 11:22 AM

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jeanpierre 04-01-2019 11:23 AM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by K Major (Post 841814)
OT (depth), DE (Oak's replacement in terms of production) needs are still there.

I'm actually as concerned about our interior OL depth...

TheOak 04-01-2019 01:12 PM

Re: 2019 New Orleans Saints: Roster Outlook
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jeanpierre (Post 841787)
[B]Without Unger, this group looks problematic, or worse, mediocre;

Agreed. Everyone focuses on Tackles and Guards but the Center is the foundation of the O-Line and his R/L gaps are the shortest path to the QB... More than any other want, this need should be addressed deliberately.


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