3 realistic free agents Saints could sign in 2024

  • DL help
  • An overlooked WR
  • Depth on the OL

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3. David Quessenberry, OT

Between the health of Ryan Ramczyk and not getting what they thought they would be getting out of 2022 first-round pick Trevor Penning, the Saints are a team that could use much better depth at the tackle position.

Now, again, this is a list of veterans who would come cheap. David Quessenberry hasn't been a perennial All Pro by any means, but he's been a serviceable offensive lineman throughout his career. At the very least, Quessenberry is someone who can step in and start a game or two on a moment's notice when needed.

Quessenberry has historically been better at pass protecting than he has in the run department, which David Carr would be happy about. Last year, Quessenberry's cap hit was just over $1 million. So, he's certainly within the realm of being affordable for the Saints.

Could New Orleans give any one of these three guys a shot in free agency?

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