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Saints News, 12/18/15: New Saints RB Kendall Hunter was Mentioned in Infamous Gregg Williams Speech

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"Little 32," Williams said, referring to Hunter's jersey number, "we're going to knock the f--- out of him." When asked about it yesterday, Hunter replied, "It was funny. I was a rookie. And now here I am (in New Orleans). One of my homeboys reminded me of (the tape) last night when he heard that I signed here."

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