No one has talked about how to replace Taysom Hill if he ascends into the starting role. Mainly because there usually isn’t a way to replace a unicorn, but it appears New Orleans has found the next-best option in Tommy Stevens.
The former Mississippi State and Penn State quarterback was drafted in the seventh round by the Saints after the team traded back in to land him. New Orleans intended to sign Stevens as a priority free agent after the draft but made a move to get back into the draft once he started to lean in another direction.
When the Saints spring into action next week, it will be the payoff for five months of monotonous work and meticulous planning. So much attention gets paid to the draft process, but scouting free agents and figuring out who might or might not hit the market is just as involved. New Orleans will have scouted, […]
The first wave of free agency is in the books. New Orleans made a big splash by bringing in Emmanuel Sanders, and we discuss all of the things that make him a perfect fit in the Saints’ offense. We then shift gears and explain why bringing back Andrus Peat might not be the craziest idea […]