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, that is."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections InterviewsNew Orleans Saints SatireWho Dat HistoryCanal Street Chronicles Tutorial2018 Saints: Year in ReviewSaints 2018 Year in Review: Thomas MorsteadNew,1commentIt was another great year for Legatron. When he actually worked, that is.CSTShareTweetShareShareSaints 2018 Year in Review: Thomas MorsteadChuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsThomas Morstead is an asset to the New Orleans Saints. There’s just no other way to put it.There’s a reason the Saints gave Morstead a five-year extension in the 2018 offseason. He’s one of the best in the game at flipping the field when given the opportunity. For the Saints in 2018, he just wasn’t given the opportunity all that often. Morstead kicked a career-low 43 punts (again with zero blocks against) Womens Alvin Kamara Jersey
, for 1,996 total punt yards and a 46.4 average.Morstead went on to be named Pro Football Focus’s Special Teams Player of the Year.Thomas Morstead - At a GlanceApproximate Value: 3 As great as Morstead was in 2018, he was one of many New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl snubs. Presumably, the fact that the team was not calling for his services as often as other teams in the NFL was held against him. It’s hard to outright deny Morstead’s Pro Bowl worthiness Michael Thomas Saints Jersey
, though:Morstead was just as good in the postseason:Morstead might not be the cheapest punter, what with a $4.2 million dollar cap hit in 2019, but he’s shown to be worth every penny. METAIRIE, La. (AP) — The New Orleans Saints have traded up for the second time in this year’s NFL draft to select Florida safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson early in the third round.The Saints made a deal with the Jets to move up 11 spots and select the 5-foot-11 Marcus Davenport Jersey
, 210-pound Gardner-Johnson 105th overall. The selection adds depth to a position group that could use it after New Orleans’ decision to release veteran safety Kurt Coleman.New Orleans gave the Jets fourth- and fifth-round choices.Saints also one pick in the sixth round and two in the seventh and used the first of those to select Rutgers safety Saquan Hampton at 177 overall.In the final round they took Notre Dame tight end Alize Mack at 231 overall and Idaho linebacker Kaden Elliss at 244.In Friday night’s second round, the Saints made a deal with Miami to move up 14 spots and take Texas A&M center Erik McCoy.New Orleans did not have any picks in the first or third rounds because of 2018 trades.