New Orleans Saints: Laying down a blueprint for the rest of free agency

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The New Orleans Saints have an extremely active and very smart 2020 free agency, and it may continue to get even better.

Following a slow start, the New Orleans Saints have made a splash in free agency. They bought back veteran safety Malcolm Jenkins and signed sure-handed receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a two-year deal.

They’ve also, questionably, rewarded Andrus Peat for regressing, and look to be on the verge of letting fan-favorite Von Bell walk. The team has already watched backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater walk to a divisional foe as well.

Needless to say, not many fans and analysts would have been able to correctly predict the Saints moves during free-agencies first wave. With a tight cap, the Saints don’t have many more moves to make.

They’ve arguably made more questionable moves made than sure-fire ones, and if Mickey Loomis wants to be certain he got the most bang for his buck come kickoff, he’ll make the following moves.

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