A.J. Klein, New Orleans Saints

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Over the past few years, the Saints have owned a surplus of mediocre linebackers—consistently fielding linebackers who were not particularly impactful while not clearly detriments. custom nfl jerseys cheap 2018 signing Demario Davis is the exception, but the notion largely rings true.

Former Panther A.J. Klein is one of that mediocre bunch. Klein is a functional linebacker who won’t often botch his assignments completely, but seldom makes impact plays. He recorded seven tackles for loss in 2018, which is not a poor number, but isn’t indicative of a disruptive player. Klein’s seven tackles for loss were tied for 88th in the league and put him only one tackle for loss over former Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander, who played six games in 2018.customized nfl jerseys cheap

As such, Klein could be cut to make custom nfl jerseys  room for one of the few key free agents left such as pass-rushers Justin Houston and Clay Matthews or tight end Jared Cook.

Klein has a $6 million cap hit in 2019 but can be cut for a $2.4 million dead-cap penalty. The move would save a total of $3.6 million for the Saints, boosting their available cap space to over $20 million.

The Saints may be done in free agency and customized nfl jerseys may not need the cap room, but Klein serves little value with Davis, Alex Anzalone and Craig Robertson all rostered. Klein should be the first to go if the Saints scrape up some cash for one last big signing.