5 former New Orleans Saints who could come out of retirement and compete
Number Two: Brandon Coleman
Brandon Coleman is a former Saints wide receiver who played with the team from 2014 through 2017.
Coleman, 27, only spent four years in the NFL, all of them with the New Orleans Saints. Coleman doesn’t have much tread on his tires, and during his tenure in New Orleans, he actually posted solid numbers.
Coleman had a solid career in his time in the Big Easy. Over the span of 48 games, Coleman logged 79 receptions, 1,099 receiving yards, a 13.9 yards per reception average, 51 first downs, and eight receiving touchdowns.
He also caught 63.7 percent of balls thrown his way and was always a reliable receiver for Drew Brees.
On a team that lacks significant depth at the wide receiver position, Coleman coming out of retirement would be music to Sean Payton’s ears. Coleman and his 6-foot-6 frame would provide much-needed depth and his great blocking would prove to keep him on the field.