Saints News, 2/4/14: Rob Ryan to Reign as Krewe of Argus' Grand Marshal

Stacy Revere

Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan will serve as the Krewe of Argus' 2014 grand marshall. The parade rolls on a Metairie route on Mardi Gras morning. In Greek mythology, Argus is known as a giant with 100 eyes. In Saints lore, Rob Ryan is known as a giant with 100 ways to wreak havoc on a QB.



Saints News

New Orleans Saints' Rob Ryan to reign as Krewe of Argus' grand marshal |
"We are so excited to announce that Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan will be riding as our grand marshal this year! Who Dat!!!" the krewe wrote on a Jan. 16 post on its Facebook page, announcing the news.

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