It was an understatement to say that the New Orleans Saints had some work to do this offseason. The cap was the biggest hurdle for the organization, as they had to be under (or at) the cap line by March 16th. With a bunch of quick restructures, the Saints freed up almost $100 million, giving them around $30 million in cap space. It allowed them to bring in safety Marcus Maye and bring back quarterback Jameis Winston. However, the Saints did lose two important players in Terron Armstead (five year deal with the Dolphins) and Marcus Williams (five year deal with the Ravens). Maye could help ease the loss of Williams, but the offensive line will need to be addressed in the 2022 NFL Draft, especially at left tackle. Let’s also not forget about the wide receiver position. It sounds like Tre’Quan Smith will be back, but they need more help, even if Michael Thomas comes back ready to roll. New head coach Dennis Allen has a very good defense put together, with a good linebacking group, a strong corner room, and juice up front. Offense feels like the focus when the draft rolls around.