The Saints are getting ready to unleash a nightmare on the league.
No, seriously. That's their choice of words, not ours, but it's not crazy. While it took Jared Cook some time to get going, if you kept paying attention, then you already know the Saints tight end was causing sleepless nights for defensive coordinators during the second half of last season.
"He's a one-on-one nightmare," Saints tight ends coach Dan Campbell said. "He's a matchup nightmare for a defense. I don't know how you cover the guy. Wouldn't know what to tell him."
The NFL and its players are nearing an agreement that would pave the way for things to get underway next week. So, with training camps nearing, we talk about the reopening of league, the cap implications and what it will take to trim the roster down to 80 players. We also get into a little […]
Things started with hope every year, but hope is often a mask for denial. Strikeouts, misses and injuries left the Saints without much depth at safety. Undrafted guys and players from other leagues arrived every summer like a spring in the desert, but the spring always evaporated — if the hope of salvation ever existed […]