The New Orleans Saints had issues at cornerback last season and the position has undergone more turnover than any other on their roster this offseason.
After signing free agents Brandon Browner, Kyle Wilson and Canadian Football League transplant Delvin Breaux, the Saints followed up by drafting Florida State cornerback P.J. Williams in Round 3 and Georgia cornerback Damian Swann in Round 5.
“There was a little less pressure going into the draft with the addition of a few of those veteran players, and yet we’re seeing a lot more sub-offenses now. And we just feel like we need to stack that position,” Sean Payton said after the draft. “I know the immediate question is you start penciling names and, ‘Where do they all fit?’ And really the true honest answer to that is we’re going to see. We’re going to have them out there and create the competition and look at guys.”