3 things the New Orleans Saints could do with the 24th pick

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The New Orleans Saints currently hold the No. 24 overall pick in April’s 2020 NFL Draft and could do a plethora of things to enhance their roster.

The New Orleans Saints are fortunate to not have a ton of needs aside from a wide receiver to pair up with Michael Thomas and some depth at the cornerback and linebacker positions. Not many teams are in that position heading into the free agency and draft.

After acquiring an additional ten million dollars in cap space following the new CBA agreement reached by the NFL on Sunday afternoon, the Saints are in prime position to fill their biggest voids through the free-agent process.

The Saints will likely use the 2020 NFL Draft to acquire additional talent. Those players are unlikely to see playing time right away (depending on the pick and what moves are made during the offseason).

The Saints could also afford to sacrifice picks to move up and get a star or pass up a first-round pick to acquire needed depth. The New Orleans Saints have many things they could do with their first-round draft pick, but here are three of the most likely solutions.