Sean Payton knows how to make use of versatile players.
If you can do various things on the field, the Saints coach will figure out how to use your skills. Just look at Taysom Hill. Payton even turned Travaris Cadet into a viable piece of the offense. If you're unique, the team will find a way to make use of your skills.
So, it makes sense that New Orleans is intrigued by Ty Montgomery and signed him on Friday, according to a source. He isn't quite a wide receiver or a running back in the traditional form, but with a little imagination you can start to see how he could become a weapon for a creative team.
If you turned on the TV at any point on Monday, you probably heard someone raising significant concerns about the New Orleans offense and Drew Brees’ arm. Some of the analysts seemed to suggest that it was over, that he couldn’t push the ball down the field anymore, that his arm doesn’t have enough to […]
The Saints are better positioned than most teams to take advantage of the unique circumstances of this offseason. Most of their starters are back, and they don’t need a lot of time building chemistry. But the lack of practice time could be what decides whether or not Cesar Ruiz plays center or guard next season. […]