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Saints News, 8/23/16: Jairus Byrd Draws Praise From Saints' Staff

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Controversial FS Jairus Byrd has been a lightning rod of criticism for Saints' fans the last two years, but coaches seem to think he's turning a corner. Coaches have noticed a marked increase in his playmaking, and they think that this will translate to the regular season as well.

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