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Saints News, 8/31/16: Saints Hand Out Awards at "Meet the Saints" Luncheon

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The Saints held their annual Meet the Saints Luncheon Wednesday, handing out various awards. Among them were the Ed Block Courage Award and 2015 Defensive MVP, both of which went to CB Delvin Breaux.

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

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