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  • Saints' Bryan Bresee: Productive rookie campaign

    Bresee played all 17 games during the 2023 regular season, logging 24 tackles, including 4.5 sacks, and six passes defended. Bresee showed signs of potential stardom during his 2023 rookie campaign. The 2023 first-round pick logged fewer tackles than veteran defensive tackles Khalen Saunders (57) and Nathan Shepherd (50); however, Bresee contributed the third-most sacks to what was a relatively lax pass rush, and he tallied the most passes defended of any non-defensive back for the Saints. He also played at least 50 percent of defensive snaps in eight contests this season, and he played less than 40 percent of defensive snaps just once. Bresee will look to continue ascending during the 2024 campaign.
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  • Saints' Bryan Bresee: Has first multi-sack game

    Bresee recorded three tackles (two solo) including two sacks in Sunday's 24-6 win versus the Giants. Bresee put his unique quickness on display in the middle of the second quarter when he stunted inside and around rookie center John Michael Schmitz to break into Tommy DeVito's collapsing pocket. He'll look to build on Sunday's performance in Week 16 at the Rams.
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  • Saints' Bryan Bresee: Gets sack in loss

    Bresee recorded four tackles (three solo) including a sack in Sunday's 26-9 loss versus the Buccaneers. Bresee was one of just a few bright spots for New Orleans in Week 4. The highlight of his day came early in the third quarter when he punished Baker Mayfield for climbing up too far in the pocket on a third down. He'll line up across from a reeling Patriots offense in Week 5.
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  • Saints' Bryan Bresee: Misses practice

    Bresee was held out of Saturday's practice due to a calf injury, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. Head coach Dennis Allen indicated he hopes the injury is only minor, but Bresee did go in for imaging on his calf, according to John Hendrix of SI.com. The Saints' first-round selection in the 2023 NFL Draft is expected to have a rotational role on the team's interior defensive line this season.
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  • Saints' Bryan Bresee: Lands with New Orleans

    The Saints selected Bresee in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 29th overall. Bresee might be a bit of a tweener between defensive tackle and defensive end, lacking the anchor of a two-gap tackle and without the speed to credibly threaten the edge from defensive end, but at defensive tackle he's an uncommonly fast pursuit threat at 6-foot-6, 298 pounds, boasting a 4.86-second 40-yard dash. The former Clemson standout should be in a good position to start for the Saints in 2023.
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