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Strong Side Corner: Keenan Lewis
Weak Side Corner: Patrick Robinson
Nickel Corner: Corey White
In the NFL, a nickel corner is now considered a starting player; thus Corey White can be considered a starter. Keenan Lewis, because of his physical nature, will play mostly press coverage to the strong side of the offensive formation.
Patrick Robinson will play off coverage (hopefully not zone) to the back side of the offensive formation, on most defensive snaps. Some variability, of course, will be required.
Strong Side Corner: Patrick Robinson
Weak Side Corner: Jabari Greer
Nickel Corner: Kenny Vaccaro
Patrick Robinson is the Saints' second best press corner, though Jabari Greer is also more than capable of getting up and getting physical with opposing receivers.
With his injury history, size and age it just seems dangerous. He is best playing off-man. Kenny Vaccaro's immediate role figures to be one where he plays a lot in the slot, especially in a dime package.