The New Orleans Saints just can't seem to catch a break this offseason. After losing Michael Thomas for the first portion of the season, it appears that wide receiver Deonte Harris could miss some time as well. According to Nick Underhill, Harris was arrested earlier this month for drunk driving.

The NFL's policy with these types of arrests usually generates a two-game suspension. New Orleans was already spreading themselves thin at wide receiver, but the Saints could be in trouble to start the new season. Harris was in competition with Marquez Callaway for a legitimate role on the Saints roster. Now with the news of his arrest, it seems Tre'Quan Smith and Callaway are the clear-cut favorites to be the top pass options in New Orleans.

Luckily for the Saints, Sean Payton is a brilliant head coach. If anything, this likely means we'll see even more of Alvin Kamara featured in the Saints' offense. Additionally, the coaching staff is very fond of their young tight-end Adam Trautman, who could be in for a larger role sooner than expected.

Even so, the Saints are in uncharted territory. The offense is in complete shambles with a depleted wide receiver group and uncertainty at the quarterback position. New Orleans still hasn't named a starter and they likely won't until right before Week 1 of the regular season.

After bringing in Chris Hogan to fill in for Michael Thomas' injury, the front office might be looking to add another veteran receiver to the group. Some guys who could be finding their way to New Orleans are Golden Tate, Danny Amendola, or Donte Moncrief. Each of which is available and could provide the Saints with some veteran leadership until Michael Thomas and Deonte Harris return.

Keep a close tab on the Saints for now, as they've been in the headlines recently for all of the wrong reasons. Hopefully, things turn around soon, as New Orleans could be heading down a path they can't recover from.