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The New Orleans Saints signed former LSU linebacker Lamar Louis to their practice squad today. Per NOLA.com:
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The 5-foot-11, 232-pound Louis went undrafted this year, but made the Arizona Cardinals' 53-man roster following the preseason. After just one game, though, he went on injured reserve (knee) and then was waived with an injury settlement.

Louis is the only former LSU player with the Saints, though they don't have any on the 53-man roster. Cornerback Delvin Breaux received a scholarship from the Tigers, but never played.
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Blessed to be a New Orleans Saint! #WhoDat All him.
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Al Woods and Lamar Louis are the Tigers we liked in the last decade? But anyway, happy for Louis. Wish him the best
Reply53 months
Congrats Mr Louis! Another Tiger remains in the NFL
Reply53 months
Well, a step in the right direction! #GeauxTigers
Reply53 months
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