New Orleans Saints CB depth chart ahead of 2022 NFL Draft

Leigh Oleszczak
Marcus Williams, P.J. Williams #26, Marshon Lattimore #23, New Orleans Saint, (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
Marcus Williams, P.J. Williams #26, Marshon Lattimore #23, New Orleans Saint, (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) /
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The Rest: Jordan Miller, Bryce Thompson

The only other cornerbacks on the roster are Jordan Miller and Bryce Thompson, who could stand to move up on the depth chart depending on how this summer pans out.

Miller was a fifth-round pick by the Falcons in the 2019 draft and appeared in 11 games, only taking the field on special teams. He joined the Saints last offseason and appeared in one game for the black and gold, also spending time on special teams.

Thompson went undrafted out of Tennessee last year and joined the Saints over the summer. He played in two games during the 2021 season and appeared in 36% of the special teams snaps.

Unless the team adds some more players in free agency, it feels like adding a depth piece or two at cornerback is probably in the cards for New Orleans. The backups they have on the roster aren’t going to get the job done so adding a few extra bodies to help out should the starters go down would be a smart decision.

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