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Warford: Fellow Pro Bowlers agree Saints were robbed

Fans and the Pro w/Deuce McAllister
January 26, 2019 - 11:25 am

It may be small consolation to the Who Dat Nation, but it appears many of the NFL's best players agree with the sentiment that the Saints should be in the Super Bowl.

Saints guard Larry Warford says he's gotten an abundance of condolences regarding the infamous "NOLA No-Call" since he's arrived in Florida for the Pro Bowl.

"Literally, any time anyone sees me, it's like 'you guys got robbed,'" Warford said. "I swear to you, every time someone comes up to me, 'Y'all should have won that game. Y'all should have won that game.' It sucks, but it was out of our hands. There's nothing we could do about that. They just give you that look like they know it was crap. So it's not just us."

Warford made the comments to Deuce McAllister and Zach Strief while appearing on WWL Radio Friday afternoon. Warford will join three other Saints - fellow guard Andrus Peat, defensive end Cam Jordan, and running back Alvin Kamara - in the NFL's all-star exhibition. Four other Saints - offensive tackles Terron Armstead and Ryan Ramczyk, receiver Michael Thomas, and quarterback Drew Brees - were named to the roster but opted out of attending, citing injuries.

You can hear the Pro Bowl on WWL Radio Sunday at 2pm. You can hear Warford's full interview from "The Fans and the Pros" by clicking the podcast link.


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