Saints have much more flexibility in post-free agency draft simulation

The Saints did a great job during free agency of addressing most of their needs.

This should allow them, for the most part, to be pretty open about how they approach the draft and go about checking off the rest of their needs. They might still want to add a linebacker, cornerback and quarterback to the roster, but nothing is so pressing that they have to force a pick.

So, with that in mind, it felt like a good time to run another draft simulation and see how the recent developments might change the approach. With a lot more flexibility, things felt a lot more open this time around and I was better able to dictate the action instead of feeling like I was constantly chasing after players.

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