The New Orleans Saints still have a few questions to be resolved in the 2020 NFL Draft, but they addressed their major needs in free agency.
The New Orleans Saints had about as good of an offseason as they could have with the limited cap space they had coming in.
They re-signed deserving players, let certain players go, and created more cap space by restructuring contracts.
The Saints came into the 2020 offseason with a few needs and the organization addressed the majority of those needs.
They re-signed future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees to a two-year contract and placed a first-round tender on backup quarterback Taysom Hill. They also re-signed a few backups from last season’s roster who will be competing for a starting job during training camp.
The Saints had a few staggering needs heading into the 2020 free-agent period but leave with most of those problems resolved. With the draft still ahead of them, let’s look at three questions they’ve already answered.