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Saints News, 2/12/16: Archie Manning Defends Cam Newton

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Word has now come out that Jahri Evans refused a paycut from the Saints' front office, leading to his release, whereas Dannell Ellerbe accepted his which led to him staying on the team. Archie Manning defended Cam Newton walking out on his press conference after the Super Bowl, saying "it's really hard. Really, really hard. I like Cam, I'm not going to blast Cam." Manning would go on to say that "as a parent . . . I wish he'd handled it a bit differently."

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