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Saints Update the 'Chin Guy'


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Can't grab an image to post here but go to the Saints website and look just beneath the big photo at something titled 'Fan Involvement'. The image is clearly an updated 'chin guy' logo. Also noticed they have a big cover stretched out in the Superdome behind the goalposts (below the ball-catching net) that appears to have the old chin guy on it. Interesting since they haven't used that logo in many years.


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Saint Sam wants YOU!

to take him back to the 60s where he belongs

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"Chin Guy" actually has a name -- Sir Saint (as lame as that is). At the home opener, the Saints unveiled a Sir Saint mascot.

Then last week at the second home game, a pregame video was played on the Superdome screens with Sir Saint putting Gumbo (the dog mascot) through a series of workouts. The result was a buffed-up Gumbo coming out through the tunnel on to the field.

I just wish they would bring back a live Gumbo to retrieve the kicking tee like the old days.

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The fact he's wearing gold gloves is kinda weird to me.

I didn't notice that at first, but now I can't NOT notice. That's really strange.

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