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Saints news, 7/18/16: Travaris Cadet Looks to Continue Late Season Success

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Lost in the hype around Tim Hightower's late season surge, midseason addition Travaris Cadet made waves on the Saints' roster after CJ Spiller was shut down for the season. The former Saint, former Patriot and current Saint was extremely effective receiving out of the backfield, and he's hoping he can squeeze his way back onto the roster in 2016.

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@b_rad54_ you tweeted well, Brad — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) July 18, 2016

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