Adoree’ Jackson, CB, Tennessee Titans
Adoree’ Jackson was put on the injured reserve by the Tennessee Titans before the season even started early in September. Unlike Malik Hooker, though, Jackson was only supposed to be on the three-week short-term IR.
However, due to the fact that he was on there in the first play, the Titans might be more inclined to move him for the right price. The Saints have enough capital to persuade the Titans’ hand into giving up Adoree’ Jackson, and they’d get him in time for him to come back and play.
Jackson is the type of playmaker and coverage corner to make a difference on New Orleans. This one is especially important. Last week, the Saints were down Janoris Jenkins and Marshon Lattimore in the same game showing their severe lack of depth at the position.
The New Orleans Saints are not past making a midseason trade to better their team. Whether it is now or future toward the deadline, you can almost rest assured that the black and gold will make moves this season, the only question is who.