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Saints News, 10/25/16: Rookie Michael Thomas Continues His Impressive Campaign

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Ezekiel Elliott has a serious dark-horse coming in behind him for rookie of the year. Michael Thomas has emerged as a top receiver for Drew Brees, leading all rookie receivers in receptions and receiving yards. His propensity for big play-making and his quiet demeanor have made him beloved very early in his New Orleans career, reminding many fans of a certain other mild-mannered receiver.

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Saints News

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NFL News

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