Saints beat writer Mike Triplett gives his thoughts on the team's receiving corps:
Nick Toon could have done more to force the Saints to keep him in the lineup when he had the chance (see: Khiry Robinson, Chris Ivory, etc.) And that’s what he’ll have to do this preseason. The Saints are still high on Toon’s potential, but he’ll have to earn his spot.
As for Joe Morgan, I had him written in ink last summer as the Saints’ No. 3 receiver after he did so well as both a deep threat and a developing blocker in 2012. Then he missed another full season with a knee injury. So it’s impossible to predict how quickly he’ll return to full health and shake off the rust.
It’s possible that Morgan and Robert Meachem will be competing for one spot since they both play a similar role – especially if the Saints add a speedy receiver in the draft. As usual, it will be one of the most intriguing position battles in camp.