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Saints are still in heaven

Magical victory brings feeling of togetherness

Bleary-eyed and delirious, Saints coach Sean Payton rarely let the Vince Lombardi Trophy leave his side. Bleary-eyed and delirious, Saints coach Sean Payton rarely let the Vince Lombardi Trophy leave his side. (Doug Benc/Getty Images)
By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / February 9, 2010

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Saints coach Sean Payton arrived at the convention center here at 8:30 yesterday morning, shirt wrinkled, eyes bleary, hair mussed, beads around his neck, and the Vince Lombardi Trophy in his hand. Payton looked like a man who’d had a long night but was feeling too good to feel bad. (Full article: 870 words)

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