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"Look that's our competition, but every team in the NFL is our competition at some level," Loomis told The Times-Picayune. "When you trade him to another NFL team, which is all we can do, there's a high likelihood you're going to improve that team.
"And that may come back to bite you. That's OK. I wish Darren nothing but the best. I know he'll be successful, and we'll be happy for that."
"That's a forte of Jairus (22 interceptions in five years in Buffalo)," Loomis said. "Ball skills are a particular forte of his. It's an area we need to improve on and emphasize. By taking our one shot in free agency, if you will, or taking our biggest shot, emphasizing that area is important."
Loomis certainly upgraded Rob Ryan's defense. Now the Saints will hope it doesn't come back to bite them.