With the Saints bringing in Vikings RB Latavious Murray on a four-year deal, RB Mark Ingram signed w
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With the Saints bringing in Vikings RB Latavious Murray on a four-year deal, RB Mark Ingram had to find a new home and he did...

Good luck, my man.
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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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KCT
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Ingram improved from a poor start to his career, but he was never anything special. How good is Murray?
Reply6 days
Nice picture.
Reply6 days
Bye flag kneeler. Bama pajama Payton is crying.
Reply6 days
Saints made him a good offer. He wanted more guarantee money. Now he can ride in fast cars with the Ravens QB.
Reply7 days
Bama's best cheerleader is now officially the enemy. And more good news: Dulymus Jenod McAllister is still the Saints' all-time leading rusher! (Only 6000 yards in 8 seasons? Not all that impressive, Marky.)
Reply7 days
I hate to lose Ingram over such narrow compensation by NFL standards, but I get both sides. Best of Luck Mark!
Reply7 days
I hated that he came from Bama but I am sad to see him go knowing we were so close to going to the super bowl. Hope it works out for him. 8 year vets at the RB position don't typically hold up very well.
Reply7 days
Turkey leg looks tastey
Reply7 days
That isn't the first Turkey Leg Ingram has put into his mouth for sure!
7 days
Well, Bye!
Reply7 days
Good for him. He beasted for the Saints.
Reply7 days
Best to you, Mark Ingram. Thank you for your years, your efforts, and improving yourself each year as a Saint.
Reply7 days
"HAs" "RB Mark Ingram had to find to play elsewhere" I hate you Larry.
Reply7 days
Why the stupid picture
Reply7 days
That is the only one Larry could find in the time he has remaining after the daily Lindsey Vonn photo hunt.
7 days
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