2016 NFL Mock Draft: All-time New Orleans Saints players edition

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50. <p>The Lions once had Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley in the middle of their defensive line, but now both of them have left for greener pastures. Haloti Ngata was solid last year, but he was not nearly the player he was in Baltimore. Furthermore, he is on the wrong side of 30, so he is not going to get any better. Glover would be an excellent addition next two him. Glover is an excellent penetrator, possessing the ability to beat offensive linemen off the snap to make tackles in the backfield.</p>. DT. San Diego State. La'Roi Glover. 16. player

17. player. 44. <p>The Falcons invested their top pick in defensive end Vic Beasley last year, and he turned in an injury riddled four-sack campaign. Despite that, he was still their best pass rusher. New Orleans Saints’ current defensive end Cam Jordan brings the total package. He is versatile enough to play inside and outside, and excels against both the run and the pass. He is better than anything the Falcons currently have on the defensive line.</p>. DE. California. Cameron Jordan

player. 46. <p>The Colts offense was a mess last season. Andrew Luck took a big step back, the offensive line was in shambles, and the running back stable was bare. Frank Gore rushed for less than 1,000 yards for the first time in his career when playing all 16 games. Part of that was due to the fact that his offensive line was miserable, but he did not always look like the Frank Gore of old. He will be 33 going into the season, and the Colts have absolutely nothing behind him. George Rogers is a foundation running back. At 6-2, 230 pounds, Rogers gets stronger as the game goes on. Having a player like him would take the pressure to be perfect off of Luck’s shoulders.</p>. RB. South Carolina. George Rogers. 18

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