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Re: How will the Saints replace Mark Ingram? A healthy Terron Armstead could be a large piece of the puzzle

"healthy Terron Armstead"... Is that really a thing?
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Re: How will the Saints replace Mark Ingram? A healthy Terron Armstead could be a large piece of the puzzle

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"healthy Terron Armstead"... Is that really a thing?
Not since he got the Big Mo...

...some guys you just can't pay guaranteed money or they sit on it, he's one of 'em...
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Re: How will the Saints replace Mark Ingram? A healthy Terron Armstead could be a large piece of the puzzle

We got him in the third round because of injury concerns. He's a first round talent that we pay third round checks to because he can't stay on the field. I will give him credit though when he does come back after missing time he still limps after the play down field on the way back to the huddle. I'm sure he plays hurt a lot. Maybe his new training regimen will pay off and he's out there a lot more. I have no faith in a single player outside our starting five O-linemen.
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Re: How will the Saints replace Mark Ingram? A healthy Terron Armstead could be a large piece of the puzzle

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Maybe his new training regimen will pay off and he's out there a lot more. I have no faith in a single player outside our starting five O-linemen.
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Glad you brought that up. Terron has worked out with DUKE MANNIWEATHER this off-season. Regarded by many as top level O line trainer/development. To me it shows a player in Armstead who is already athletically gifted ... wants to get better at his craft. I hope he can stay healthy in 2018.
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