News: Vaccaro said he played through a hamstring injury and two quad tears last season, Larry Holder of The Times-Picayune reports.
Impact: The slew of injuries helps to explain Vaccaro's disappointing sophomore campaign, but given that his impressive rookie season included a concussion and a fractured ankle, durability is becoming a concern. To be fair, he's only missed three games through two seasons despite all the injuries, averaging 76.5 tackles, 1.5 interceptions, 6.5 passes defensed and one sack. If he can stay relatively healthy, Vaccaro has a good chance to post his best IDP season yet in 2015.
News: Watson, due to his superior block ability, will likely play more snaps than Josh Hill, according to ESPN's Mike Triplett.
Impact: The departure of Jimmy Graham could lead to a more prominent role for the 34-year-old Watson, who caught 39 passes in 31 games over the past two seasons with the Saints. Of course, even if Watson plays more snaps than Hill, the latter is far more promising as a receiver and a more natural replacement for Graham's role in the offense. Watson may prove quite useful to the 2015 Saints, but if that's the case, it'll probably be because he's paving holes for the running backs and pitching in with the occasional reception. Hill is much more likely to become a key target in the passing game.
News: Ingram was limited by a minor foot injury during Thursday's OTA's, Mike Triplett of ESPN reports.
Impact: Coach Sean Payton downplayed the issue and emphasized that Ingram has been participating when possible and is doing well. It doesn't look to be anything that will linger too long into the summer for Ingram.