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Pierre Thomas, Darren Sproles, Mark Ingram, Chris Ivory and now Tarvaris Cadet make up arguably the most versatile running back crew in NFL history. The only issue is the indecisiveness of the New Orleans Saints in not letting one of these backs go after training camp. Three to four running backs are the tradition for [...]
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