2. New Orleans Saints
The Saints are currently in cap hell, so they could go bargain shopping as it pertains to upgrading their offense. While quarterback remains a huge question mark, Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas, assuming he’s back in 2022, form one of the game’s best one-two punches at the running back and wide receiver position.
Besides them, though, the Saints have a shortage of playmakers. With 2021 starters Tre’Quan Smith and Deonte Harris set for free agency, that leaves Thomas and former undrafted free agent Marquez Callway as the top remaining options.
While Thomas’ reputation goes without saying, Callaway struggled to find consistency after turning heads during the preseason. At this point, Harry needs a pathway to a surefire starting role and the Saints would provide just that.
New Orleans needs major help at WR, but they’re $24 million over the cap. Luckily for them, Harry carries a $3.2 cap hit for next season. Despite his struggles in New England, the Saints will be hard-pressed to find a more talented option on the free agent or trade market who’s making less money than him.