Saints address their most pressing positional need in first free agency agreement

Saints address their most pressing positional need in first free agency agreement
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The first move the New Orleans Saints made in free agency addressed the team’s most pressing need. 

According to an ESPN report, the Saints are expected to sign former New York Jets defensive tackle Nathan Shepherd, a 6-foot-4, 315-pounder who appeared in 73 games as a rotational defensive lineman for the Jets in the last five seasons. 

Prior to the signing, the Saints had just one defensive tackle on the roster in Prince Emili, and he has never played a snap in a Saints uniform. David Onyemata (Falcons) and Shy Tuttle (Panthers), who manned the starting defensive tackle spots the last two seasons, both left in free agency. 

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