On Sunday, according to a reporter from NFL Jerseys network, saints, who did not supplement any safety guards in the draft, has a clear goal: they will actively pursue safety guards tyran Mathieu.
Mathieu grew up in New Orleans and visited saints in April. Last month, saints interviewed Mathieu and outsider Jarvis Landry, but they didn’t sign the two, but they would be evaluated after the draft. Through upward trading, saints selected outsider Chris Olave in the first round, but security is still a problem.
Saints’ first-team loss this off-season includes Marcus Williams (leaving the team) and Malcolm Jenkins (retiring). Although signed veteran security guard Marcus maye, there is still a lot of uncertainty.
Mathieu has completed 13 steals in the past three seasons, ranking fifth in the same period. Last season, he finished three steals, one of which came back to the array. However, saints did not renew his contract, but chose to sign a three-year $31.5 million contract with Justin Reid.