Well, we made it folks. The 2020 NFL season has concluded with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the Super Bowl champs. The Saints, like most teams, are now looking towards free agency with hopes of improving the team. Let’s take a look at the big guys as the Saints have already made some moves including the release of Nick Easton.
Jason Peters has already come out and stated he wants to play another season in the NFL. 2020 was a rough one for Peters, he only played 8 games and went on injured reserve after toe surgery. If the Saints wanted to bring in a guy on a one-year team-friendly deal. You can’t do much better than Peters.
Hurst was the guy the Saints brought in last offseason and played pretty well when called upon. He served as the backup/swing tackle and played in all 12 games (missed four with a suspension). He played about 35 percent of the snaps and would cost almost nothing to bring back
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This is the prized jewel and should be the top target when it comes to the offensive line for the Saints. Senio Kelemete played for New Orleans from 2013-2017 and was the ultimate 6th man for this offensive line. He played all positions during his time in New Orleans and was recently cut by the Texans after signing a three-year deal with the team. Clapp with Kelemete would make me feel 100% confident in the Saints interior depth
Joe Looney would be my next choice after Kelemete for interior depth. He actually filled in pretty well considering he played for Travis Fredrick in 2018 and played 100% of the snaps. He also is a real fun locker room guy and would fit in perfectly with this Saints culture.