Tough offseason decisions a modern reality for New Orleans Saints

Jeff Duncan, The Times-Picayune
The trade of Jammal Brown and release of Bobby McCray last week sent the Who Dat Nation into a mild state of offseason catatonia.

Some saw the double whammy as the organization going cheap. Others viewed it as negligent mismanagement.

I see it as a sign of a club reaching maturity.

Five years into the Sean Payton regime, the program has evolved. A club once so desparate for talent it signed reclamation projects such as Dan Morgan and Rod Coleman now is casting aside Pro Bowlers.

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