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The news of the punishment that the NFL levied on the New Orleans Saints isn’t even a day old, but “Free Sean Payton” t-shirts are already popping up on the internet for those of you who want to show your support for the recently suspended Sean Payton.Capitalism just doesn’t sleep does it? Via Dirty Coast, Kimbeaux-Products, & Saints District
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