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We have the 15th pick...EDIT, the 14th pick Saints 15th.

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^ Yes he will, Lol. Coming off an injury.

Plus the teams picking ahead of us dont have pressing needs other than WR other than Miami and if they win we pick ahead of them

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If Allen is seen as the best receiver, he will be gone before 15th. Plus he has the combine to show he's healed up from whatever injury he has. (Plus pro days and so forth)

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The NFC south will have the 13th thru 15th picks if my math is correct

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There are a TON of receivers to pick in this draft. No need to worry.

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Any year we have a 1st to take that Hurney didn't trade away is a good year.

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Receiver is not our biggest need. We can draft a receiver late this year, we need to look at the D-line and O-line with our first two picks.

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if we draft a WR I hope it's Terrence Williams. But with that said I would rather draft a safety or DT.

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