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Mike Cerullo Stricken from Wikipedia

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Hello New Orleans Saints fans!

Did you ever wonder what happened to Mike Cerullo, one of the primary antagonists in last year's Bounty saga? I doubt that many of you have troubled yourselves with the fate of the sniveling Wormtongue counterpart to Gregg Williams' Saruman. But if the offseason has you looking at things like "I hate the Falcons" baby bibs -- when you have yet to even spawn any heirs -- perhaps you might have considered checking in on Princeton's new Director of Football Operations during a late-night commercial break.

If so, you won't be able to count on the typically reliable source of indisputable information known as Wikipedia. Mike Cerullo no longer exists on Wikipedia, at least not with his own page. If you hit this link, however, and scroll down to #833, you will see the name Mike Cerullo, which links to his former page.

This is a list of every article or template linked from Super Bowl XLIV, Indianapolis Colts, or New Orleans Saints, intended for use in dealing with vandalism or other disruption on those articles in the next while.

It seems that while Cerullo was whining about being vilified, he was also being vandalized. And apparently his page was more of a disruption than it was worth, as there is no longer anything there to vandalize. Maybe Wikipedia finally decided that there wasn't anything interesting about Cerullo worth keeping on his own page, especially since it was likely visited mostly by people who couldn't stand the guy.

After he was fired from the New Orleans Saints, Mike Cerullo worked as a consultant for the University of Miami, and then spent a year as Program Aide with the University of Connecticut football program... which apparently doesn't update its staff pages as often as Princeton, where he has been employed for the past year.

So far, he hasn't done anything newsworthy this year, which lends credence to the idea that he's trying to maintain a low profile after his 15 minutes of infamy last year.

Maintaining a low profile should be fairly easy, when even Wikipedia doesn't want anything to do with him.

This FanPost was written by a reader and member of Canal Street Chronicles. It does not necessarily reflect the views of CSC and its staff or editors.

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