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  • "No emotion," Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma said Tuesday. "It was good. I wish we had footage of it."

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  • "He's such a talented back and he runs so hard that I think it's almost instinctual for him that he lets that ball loose a little bit sometimes," Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma said. "I don't know how you correct that. I don't know how he corrects it. I hope he hasn't corrected it, to be honest with you. But he's a very, very talented back, and he definitely has my respect."

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