The New Orleans Saints came to four-year terms with first rounder Stephone Anthony and DB P.J. Williams, leaving Andrus Peat as the only unsigned draft pick.

Anthony, a high-energy ILB out of Clemson, will be depended on to contribute in as a linebacker sooner rather than later. Getting his four-year deal out of the way frees him up to push guys like David Hawthorne for their spot on the depth chart. He will have high expectations as the pick Saints fans will remember coming from the Jimmy Graham trade, despite the fact they play different sides of the ball.

Williams, a physical defensive back out of Florida State, will add to the body count at corner back and could possibly contribute in dime and nickel packages. After last year's 2nd Round Pick, Stanley Jean-Baptiste, failed to pan out the Saints can ill afford to swing and miss on another corner. He joins rookie Damian Swann, out of Georgia, in minicamp where they will push each other for reps.

Stanford Offensive Lineman Andrus Peat is the last name remaining on Mickey Loomis' list of draft picks. We'll see how long it takes for him to cross it off.

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