Five Insane (But Not Impossible) Predictions for the 2014 New Orleans Saints (Who Dat Dish)

Five Insane (But Not Impossible) Predictions for the 2014 New Orleans Saints (Who Dat Dish)

The beginning of Free Agency is officially set for March 11th on the NFL calendar, and currently thirty of the thirty-two teams have decisions to make that will impact their 2014 team, whether for better or for worse. Free Agency is one of the most exciting, yet strenuous periods in football. For tenured veterans, they wonder […]

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Crowded Backfield Means The Saints Trade Away/Release Someone

You have to wonder, but with five very capable and talented running backs, at what point does a team use that to their advantage? Pierre Thomas, Darren Sproles, Mark Ingram, Travaris Cadet, and Khiry Robinson have all played a part for the team in one way, shape, or form for the Saints offensive attack.

In an unfriendly cap situation, there’s uncertainty that all five return for 2014. Robinson and Cadet would seem to be the locks due to their youth, but with the other three? Who knows. Remember what the Saints got for Chris Ivory? A fourth round draft pick that would turn into nose tackle John Jenkins. It’s hard to say anyone other than Ingram would want to be a team’s full-time featured back, but there’s potential trade value in any of these backs.\

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