Saints Tipping Draft Plans? New Orleans Gives Clue With Recent Activity

April 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Take a look at the mock drafts around the World Wide Web and you will notice one thing when it comes to the 32nd overall pick: Everyone has a different answer.
One reason for the discrepancy is that there are 31 other teams that affect the draft and the availability of players.
The other is that the Saints can improve at nearly every position.
Scan the offensive roster and you'll notice holes at running back, tight end, fullback, and backup quarterback. Add left tackle to the list if Jammal Brown doesn't return 100 percent from hip and hernia surgeries.
Defense, however, is where the talent pool and depth chart is a little more shallow. The Saints began the offseason with needs at defensive end, defensive tackle, outside linebacker, and free safety (if Darren Sharper doesn't return).
Since the Saints are set at cornerback (when was the last offseason we could say that?) and can move Malcolm Jenkins to free safety if needed, New Orleans can now draft the best av...

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