February 6, 2010

Super Bowl Saturday

The 2009 Saints have practiced for the last time as a team.

Pierre Thomas wrote, "Just finished our last practice now it's time to put in the work Sunday." Billy Miller added, "Last real practice together for this group of saints and it was a good one. There can only be one champ! Let's go get it!"

There's just one game left now.

Thomas told the media this week that if he scores in the Superbowl, he will give the ball to Deuce McAllister, the retired Saints runningback, who will be on the sidelines for the team just as he was in the playoffs. Because McAllister was on the 53-man roster for the divisional game, he will also get a Super Bowl ring, should the Saints prevail.

Win or lose, the Saints parade in New Orleans will be memorable. The route begins in front of the Superdome Tuesday afternoon, and will reportedly carry the entire Saints organization and roster.

Update on Miller's injury here: "
I was told I would not be able to run routes by the superbowl. I belived different. Well it was not that fast but I did it."

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