2. Tight end
Earlier in the offseason, the Saints were set to sign Foster Moreau, but a physical revealed he had Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Moreau was thankful for the diagnosis being detected so early. He was then able to come up with a play and has since signed with the Saints and worked out at OTAs.
His presence will be huge since he knows Derek Carr from their time with the Raiders. That could be what winds up catapulting him into the No. 1 tight end spot, which would be a benefit for New Orleans since they currently don't have a lot to work with at the position.
Outside of Moreau, the Saints have Juwan Johnson, Jesse James, and Taysom Hill on the depth chart. Johnson was the primary starter in 2022 and had 42 receptions for 508 yards and seven touchdowns. He's the only player that could keep Moreau from the No. 1 spot but he still hasn't done enough to lock down the job.
James has talent but has been a journeyman throughout his career. He spent 2022 with the Cleveland Browns but played in just two games and had no pass targets.
As for Hill, he's far from a full-time tight end. He moves all over the field as a gadget player and had 575 yards and seven touchdowns as a runner but just nine receptions for 77 yards and two touchdowns.
New Orleans will have a committee at tight end which might end up being a weakness for them in 2023.