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Saints News, 8/10/16: Paralyzed Ex-Rutgers DL Eric LeGrand Visits Saints & Patriots in Practice

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Former Rutgers' defensive lineman Eric LeGrand, who was paralyzed in October 2010, visited and spoke to the Saints & Patriots after their joint practice in Foxborough on Wednesday.

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