New Orleans Saints: Top 10 offseason trades to invest in
The New Orleans Saints aren’t necessarily in the need of a defensive end at this point, but if they were to package Marcus Davenport for Trent Murphy and a later-round draft pick should be something the Saints are interested in.
Davenport for the better part of a couple of years has played the counterpart role to Cameron Jordan on the other side of the line. This year, Trey Hendrickson has come out and consistently been playing better than both of them in terms of getting to the quarterback.
The Bills had had enough of Murphy in Week 6 when he was a healthy scratch from the game. Having three defensive ends the quality of the Saints is needless, you only need two and a quality backup. Trent Murphy could be that quality backup.
It also gives the Saints an opportunity to get some talent in exchange for a huge talent that they have too much of.