Myles Jack, Jacksonville Jaguars
Besides the receiver spot last year, the linebacking core for the Saints is probably the worst on the team — and a unit with Demario Davis considered the worst is really saying something. Earlier this year, I wrote a piece on Jaguars to target in their fire sale, and Jack was one of them.
This offseason, the Saints really didn’t add any talent besides third-round pick from Wisconsin Zack Baun; they do expect him to be a positionless star though so hopefully he does come to life soon.
However, they lost a starting linebacker in A.J. Klein. Alex Anzalone is back from injury, but who knows how durable his future is.
Myles Jack once again showed why the Saints need to target him.
In Week 1, the linebacker had 8 solo tackles with three assisted tackles, 1.0 sack, one tackle for a loss, and a tremendous three other hits on the quarterback. Jack had potential at 4.0 sacks on the day.
Myles Jack would come in and start at the linebacker position and add more depth pushing Kaden Elliss to backup others. With Jacksonville being willing to get rid of players, they should be able to get Jack for minimal stock as well.