The Saints have moved back into the fifth round to pick No. 167, finding a trade partner in Washington, reports Mike Jones of the Washington Post (via Twitter). That No. 167 pick was originally owned by the Seahawks, who traded it to Washington as part of the package to move up into round three for Tyler Lockett.
The Saints have used that selection to continue to bolster their secondary by drafting cornerback Damian Swann out of Georgia, according to Larry Holder of NOLA.com (via Twitter). The Saints had already added cornerback P.J. Williams out of Florida State in the third round.
Washington will receive a a sixth-round pick in this draft (No. 187) along with a sixth-round selection in the 2016 NFL Draft to move back, according to Jones (via Twitter).