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Saints News, 10/18/16: Saints Sign Superfan Jarrius to a Hype Man Contract

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Most Saints' fans by now are familiar with 14 year old Jarrius. He has taken control of the Saints' Snapchat on several occasions and can always be seen on the Saints' sideline. Sean Payton and the Saints surprised the superfan with a contract on Good Morning America, much to the surprise of him and the hosts.

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