Greg Jennings is in town to meet with the Saints.
After being released by the Minnesota Vikings, the wide receiver has been a bit of a tour the past few weeks, making stops to meet with the Carolina Panthers, Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars. On Thursday, he arrived in New Orleans to meet with the Saints, according to a source.
New Orleans likely will not break the bank to acquire the 31-year-old, though he remains a productive player. Though Minnesota’s quarterback situation was in flux last season, Jennings finished the season with 59 catches for 742 yards with six touchdowns.
If signed, he would join a Saints team that traded away two of its biggest playmakers, tight end Jimmy Graham and wide receiver Kenny Stills, this offseason.
It appears New Orleans’ plan is to have Marques Colston and Brandin Cooks at the top of the depth chart, with Nick Toon, Seantavius Jones, Joe Morgan and Brandon Coleman fighting for snaps behind them.