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NOLA.com, the website for the Times-Picayune cites Sean Peyton in reporting that Deuce will be an honorary captain, not seeing action. From NOLA's post:"Originally, McAllister had agreed to serve as a guest captain for the game to help fire up the team and the fans. Then when defensive tackle Rodney Leisle suffered a knee injury, General Manager Mickey Loomis suggested that they should sign McAllister to the roster to make him an official part of the team.""McAllister, who has not been with a team since the Saints released him in February, isn't quite ready to jump right back into the action, though.""'This is more about doing something the right way and bringing the guy back,' said Payton, who said he contacted McAllister about three weeks ago to see if he would be available."Still, it will be great to see him there!h/t David Voisin
Rick Cleveland's reporting that he spoke with Deuce this afternoon, and that Deuce says he's not ready to play, but could be "in two weeks."
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