Saints Release First Preseason Depth Chart
The New Orleans Saints released their first depth chart of the preseason on Monday, prior to their preseason opener on Thursday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
On offense, Drew Brees is listed as the starter at quarterback, while Zach Line is running #1 at fullback, and Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram are listed as co-starters at the running back spot.
Michael Thomas and Ted Ginn are the current starters at receiver, with Benjamin Watson the top option at tight end.
Along the offensive line, Max Unger is the starter at center, Larry Warford and Andrus Peat are the guards, and Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk are the tackles.
Defensively, the front seven consists of Tyeler Davison (nose tackle), Sheldon Rankins (defensive tackle), Cam Jordan (end), and Alex Okafor (end) across the defensive front, with A.J. Klein, Manti Te'o, and Damario Davis at linebacker.
In the secondary, Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley are the top corners, while Marcus Williams is the top free safety, and Vonn Bell and Kurt Coleman are being listed as co-starters at the strong safety spot.