METAIRIE, La. (AP) Saints cornerback Terrence Frederick and safety Pierre Warren spent offseason practices, minicamp and training camp working together in New Orleans' defensive backfield, only to go their separate ways when the regular season started.
Frederick wound up on the Saints' practice squad, while Warren was cut and landed on Minnesota's practice squad.
Now they're together...
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December 19, 2014
New Orleans Saints safety Terrence Frederick accidentally clocked a referee in the head with his shoulder during the fourth quarter of Monday night's game against the Chicago Bears.The referee was placing the ball down on the line of scrimmage as both teams were lining up for the next play. Frederick apparently found himself on the wrong side of the field and ran through the middle...
Have you heard of Terrence Frederick?
The cornerback spent most of the season on the New Orleans Saints practice squad until he was called up last month. On Monday night, he got the start against the Chicago Bears. It looks like he made a name for himself.
Why? Because he bowled over the referee before one play in the second half (GIF courtesy of Next Impulse Sports):
New Orleans Saints safety Terrence Frederick delivered an unintentional headshot on a referee during the fourth quarter of Monday’s game against the Bears, knocking the ref to the ground in pretty amusing (and dramatic) fashion. It’s okay to laugh – the official was a little shaken up as a result, but would end up being okay.
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