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With the roster now pared down to the league-required 53 men, the New Orleans Saints have released a new depth chart.

Following today's moves, the Saints roster has now reached the magic number of 53, and on the eve of the always-exciting practice squad signing day, the team has released a new official depth chart.

This will allow us to engage in more speculation and debate as to who landed where and why, and how much that final preseason game didn't impact any of this.

Here's how it shakes out:

OFFENSE
POSITION FIRST SECOND THIRD OTHER
WR Marques Colston Nick Toon Brandin Cooks
LT Terron Armstead Bryce Harris
LG Ben Grubbs Senio Kelemete
C Jonathan Goodwin OR Tim Lelito
RG Jahri Evans Senio Kelemete
RT Zach Strief Bryce Harris
TE Jimmy Graham Ben Watson Josh Hill
QB Drew Brees Luke McCown Ryan Griffin
FB Erik Lorig Austin Johnson
RB Mark Ingram Khiry Robinson Pierre Thomas Travaris Cadet
WR Kenny Stills Joe Morgan

DEFENSE
POSITION FIRST SECOND THIRD
LDE Akiem Hicks Tyrunn Walker
NT Brodrick Bunkley John Jenkins Brandon Deaderick
RDE Cam Jordan Glenn Foster
OLB Junior Galette Kasim Edebali
ILB David Hawthorne Kyle Knox
ILB Curtis Lofton Ramon Humber
OLB Parys Haralson Khairi Fortt Ronald Powell
LCB Keenan Lewis Corey White
SS Kenny Vaccaro Marcus Ball Vinnie Sunseri
FS Jairus Byrd Rafael Bush
RCB Patrick Robinson Stanley Jean-Baptiste Brian Dixon

SPECIAL TEAMS FIRST SECOND
P Thomas Morstead
K TBA
LS Justin Drescher
H Luke McCown
PR Travaris Cadet Brandin Cooks
KR Travaris Cadet Brandin Cooks
KO Thomas Morstead

Do you see what I see?

The starting center position is a big fat "or" AND we have a new acronym to kick around at the um, kicker position. TBA. Can't wait to see what the hell that stands for. Hopefully it's as funny as the last kicker acronym we had...

Please share your reactions, thoughts and ridiculous assertions in the comment thread. Stu is sure to be lurking and taking notes. A Week One Accountability Index is most certainly in the offing...

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