Now that Jabari Greer is done making headlines it’s back to the usual offseason fare. In other words, there just isn’t that much going on with the New Orleans Saints.
But we’re close to the season. Much closer than you think.
Today we’ll take a look at a move in the front office and the fantasy value of one player in particular.
Per NOLA.com’s Mike Gegenheimer:
Ryan Pace will oversee the player personnel department after previously servings as the club’s director of pro scouting since 2007. This will be Pace’s 13th year with the Saints organization.
“Ryan has been an important member of our scouting team for more than 12 years now,” Loomis said in a news release. “Over the last several years, he has played an important role in the process of constructing our roster. He will continue to be a great asset to the New Orleans Saints.”
Per SportingNews’ Brad Pinkerton:
If Moore indeed wins the No. 3 job this preseason, he will be worth drafting and stashing in case he gets a larger opportunity. As a starter, he should at least be worth a bye-week play in non-PPR formats. Even if he’s only the No. 4 receiver, keep in mind that the Saints had 409 passing attempts in four-WR sets last year, second only to New England (410). In other words, Morgan will have plenty of chances to make plays this season.
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