Grading the moves the Saints made in 2019, and the moves they didn't

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Grading the moves the Saints made in 2019, and the moves they didn't
Grading the moves the Saints made in 2019, and the moves they didn't

The New Orleans Saints made a number of personnel moves heading into the 2019 season. On one hand, the Saints made some fantastic acquisitions. On the other, they made some questionable non-moves heading that had much of the fan base scratching their heads in bewilderment. We are going to break those moves (or lack thereof) down and give them a grade on how those moves eventually affected the team during the 2019 season. Cook was added to the team on a two-year contract worth $15.5-million over the course of the contract. His addition was supposed to give quarterback Drew Brees another option in the passing game. Despite a slow start, the tight end who is known for his route running abilities

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