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Florida State offensive lineman Cheap Derrick Kelly II Jersey displayed the ability to play all over the place as a Seminole. After redshirting in 2014, Kelly (6’5, 320) played on the interior and exterior of the OL, starting 28 games from 2015-2018, with at least two in every season. Now he’ll see if his ability to play anywhere includes the Big Easy.

After not being selected in 2019’s NFL Draft, Kelly has signed with the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent. Kelly was a solid member of an awful FSU offensive line that was the worst of any power-five team in 2018. Still, he persevered and captured Florida State’s prestigious Bob Crenshaw Award, presented annually to the Seminole with the biggest heart.

Kelly’s arrival in New Orleans will give the ’Noles some offensive representation in New Orleans; the FSU defense is already well spoken for, as defensive end Mario Edwards, Jr. and cornerbacks Patrick Robinson and P.J. Williams are already on the Saints’ roster.

Stay updated with all of FSU’s UFA movement, courtesy of our tracker.

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New Orleans Saints defensive back Deatrick Nichols took some time to sit down with Kyle Mosley and Bob Rose of the Bayou Blitz podcast on Tuesday. Nichols talks about his transition back to the NFL after starring for the Houston Roughnecks of the XFL earlier this year.

Cheap Deatrick Nichols Jersey was a four-year starter for the University of South Florida. He intercepted 11 passes and was credited with 24 breakups over his final three seasons, earning first or second team All American Athletic Conference honors in all three years. Nichols signed with the Arizona Cardinals after going undrafted in the 2018 draft, where he spent time on the practice squad and saw action in two games.

Oct 14, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; South Florida Bulls cornerback Deatrick Nichols (3) brings down Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver Kahlil Lewis (1) during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Houston Roughnecks of the XFL drafted Nichols for their inaugural 2020 season. The 25-Yr old cornerback was an immediate star, leading the XFL with 3 interceptions and adding a sack and six tackles for loss before the league suspended operations because of COVID-19 concerns. New Orleans signed Nichols to a 1-Yr contract, where he is expected to shore up depth in the team’s secondary and compete for a cornerback role.

The 5’10 189-Lb Nichols was also a star sprinter at Miami Central High School besides being a standout football player. He has a combination of speed and toughness that is a handful for any receiver he faces. Nichols projects best in a slot role and is a terrific burst to the ball should improve the secondary.

Nichols talks in our interview about his interests in music, gaming, outdoor activities, providing a good life for his 2-Yr old daughter, and how the COVID-19 concerns has altered his football preparation. He’s looking forward to getting together with his new Saints teammates and has had conversations with secondary coach Aaron Glenn about his upcoming role. Nichols embraces the challenge of going up against the star receivers of the NFC South and believes his best role will be in slot coverage. He tells us about some of the ways his game has gotten better from his days at USF to his XFL stardom.

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These are only a couple of questions that will factor into the number of active tight ends come week one. For the New Orleans Saints, it could range anywhere from two or four.

With Jared Cook and Josh Hill both under contract, Saints fans shouldn’t expect any big moves from New Orleans through free agency. In fact, don’t be surprised if the Saints pass on the tight end position in the upcoming draft as well.

Jared Cook was the banner signing last season at tight end and proved to be a key piece of the Saints offense. Cook was able to record 705 yards on 43 receptions for 9 touchdowns after a slow start to the season.

Josh Hill has been with the team since 2013 and has been a consistent performer. Hill ended the year with 25 catches, 226 yards (a career-high) and three touchdowns. Many NFL teams can only dream of a capable duo like Cook and Hill.

Behind Cook and Hill are a mix of young, talented players and veteran experience. Garrett Griffin and Mitchell Loewen are names Saints fans will find familiar while Jason Vander Laan and Cheap Cole Wick Jersey may be less noticeable.

Each of these players are under contract through at least 2021. The third, and likely final, tight end position will be determined by injuries, development and coaching decisions.

Taysom Hill will also factor into the tight end rotation after lining up there last season and having an impact in both the pass and run game. As a fan, I hope to see Taysom play football next fall rather than hold a clipboard.

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Thomas has improved his statistical output in each of his four seasons and is coming off an NFL record-breaking 149 receptions for a league-high 1,725 yards and 9 touchdowns. The 27-Yr old Thomas is an elite offensive weapon and is nearly unstoppable through the short and intermediate zones. He has underrated athleticism, but Thomas dominates even the best defensive backs with his rare combination of physicality, incredible hands, and crisp route running skills.

Veteran wideout Ted Ginn Jr. started 2019 strong, catching 7 passes for 101 yards in a season-opening win over the Texans. The 35-Yr old Ginn would catch just 23 balls for 320 yards over the remaining 15 games though, and was often a non-factor in the offense. An unrestricted free agent, the 13-Yr veteran still has elite straight line speed to threaten deep, but struggles to separate underneath and has trouble holding on to the football.

Second-year receiver Tre’Quan Smith continues to tease with potential, but has done little to make anybody believe he can be a consistent offensive threat. A 3rd round pick in the 2018 draft, the 24-Yr old Smith caught only 18 passes for 234 yards in 2019, although he did catch five touchdowns. He has the size (6’2, 210-Lbs) and speed of a prototypical wideout but struggles to separate from coverage and often seems skittish in traffic.

Undrafted rookie Deonte Harris earned All-Pro honors with his elite kick return abilities. At just 5’6 170-Lbs., Harris is lightning-fast in the open field and is a deadly weapon with the ball in his hands. Harris was used little as a receiver during the regular season, catching just six passes, but flashed his gamebreaking potential with a 50-Yd reception against Minnesota in the playoffs. We may see Saints coach Sean Payton use Harris more in the offensive game plan this coming season.

New Orleans added two more undrafted rookies at wide receiver along with Harris last offseason. Emmanuel Butler and Lil’Jordan Humphrey both have good size but lack speed. Each showed nice potential during the preseason but neither were able to make a contribution during the regular season. The Saints will also welcome back Keith Kirkwood from injury this year. Kirkwood, who was an undrafted rookie in 2018, missed his second season with a hamstring injury. Another wideout with good size (6’3, 210-Lbs) but lacking great speed, Kirkwood is a physical player who operates well in traffic. He had 13 receptions for 209 yards and 2 touchdowns in eight games of action as a rookie, and had earned the trust of quarterback Drew Brees down the stretch.

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Moss gutted through a hamstring injury to time the 40-yard dash in 4.65 seconds, weighing in at 5-foot-9, 223 pounds. He also put up 19 reps on the bench press and hit 33 inches in the vertical jump, but hopes to improve on those numbers at Utah’s pro day on March 26.

That combine performance followed a solid college career, in which Moss ran for 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons before entering the draft. He capped off his Utah tenure with 1,416 rushing yards and 15 touchdown runs in 2019, as well as a career-high 388 receiving yards (on 28 catches). He’s a name to watch on the second day of this year’s draft.

It’s possible that the Saints could target a running back this offseason, especially with uncertainty surrounding Alvin Kamara’s future with the team. Kamara is entering the final year of his rookie deal and underwhelmed last year while managing a series of lower-leg injuries. They also have Latavius Murray under contract but are otherwise running thin at the position, with practice squad call-up Cheap Taquan Mizzell Jersey waiting in the wings.

But we shouldn’t bet on the Saints drafting a runner highly. Murray proved he could shoulder the load when Kamara missed time last season, and they have too many needs at more important positions. If anything, Moss meeting with the Saints at the combine illustrates the point that we shouldn’t look too deeply into these interviews — by the time the draft rolls around on April 23, every team will have met with nearly every prospect. These formal meetings in Indianapolis are just part of the process in getting to know all possible options.

The 2020 NFL Draft is just weeks away, and soon the New Orleans Saints will go on the clock to make their first selection. With the bulk of free agency spending now in the books, we have a better idea of the Saints roster needs that can be addressed by this year’s talented rookie class.

We used the mock draft machine built by the team at The Draft Network to simulate a seven-round mock draft, allowing us to make informed decisions and provide better transparency about the logic of each pick. Here’s what went into the thinking behind every selection we made, as well as a five-man cluster of prospects available whenever the Saints were on the board.

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The New Orleans Saints acquired linebacker Kiko Alonso in a trade with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, and he made his debut at Saints practice on Monday wearing No. 54.
There were questions surrounding which number Alonso would pick while in black and gold, with each of the numbers he wore in previous stops — No. 50 with the Philadelphia Eagles and Buffalo Bills, No. 47 for the Dolphins — already claimed by his new Saints teammates. No. 50 is worn by backup defensive end Wes Horton, while starting linebacker Alex Anzalone owns No. 47.

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A few other players changed numbers in the wake of this weekend’s roster cuts. Rookie defensive tackle Shy Tuttle picked up No. 99, having worn No. 74 throughout the summer. Two new practice squad additions also selected new numbers, with running back/wide receiver Taquan Mizzell choosing No. 44, and offensive lineman John Leglue picking up No. 65.

Otherwise, things have remained the same as they were a week ago, when the Saints last practiced. It appears the rest of the rookie class will remain in their chosen numbers. Here’s a refresher on the Saints rookies:

Center Erik McCoy: No. 78
Safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson: No. 22
Safety Saquan Hampton: No. 33
Linebacker Kaden Elliss: No. 55
Tight end Alize Mack: No. 86 (practice squad)
Wide receiver/returns specialist Deonte Harris: No. 11
Wide receiver Lil’Jordan Humphrey: No. 84 (practice squad)
Wide receiver Emmanuel Butler: No. 17 (practice squad)
Offensive tackle Derrick Kelly: No. 68 (practice squad)
Offensive lineman John Leglue: No. 65 (practice squad)
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