Jerome Baker, Miami Dolphins
No one is denying that the Miami Dolphins are bad. In fact, they are in the same position they have been in for years. They should be trying to gain draft capital instead of focusing on winning 5-6 games a year with the team that they have.
Until Tua Tagovailoa starts over Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Dolphins will continue to be mediocre, not giving the No. 3 overall selection a chance. However, the Dolphins do have a linebacker that the Saints should be able to get with minimal draft stock involved from the New Orleans side.
In Week 1, Baker arguably had the greatest game of any single defender. He totaled 13 solo tackles with three assisted tackles, 1.0 sacks, one tackle for a loss, and one hit on the quarterback in a gigantic season opener.
Jerome Baker would be able to fill in for Kaden Elliss and make it a trio of Demario Davis, Alex Anzalone, and himself. Baker earned praise in Week 1, and he would be more than willing to take a chance on a team with winning odds.