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New Orleans Saints

  • Alex Brown, former NFL defensive end for the Chicago Bears (2002–2009) and New Orleans Saints (2010)
  • Wes Chandler, former NFL wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints (1978–1981), San Diego Chargers (1981–1987) and San Francisco 49ers (1988)
  • Willie Jackson, former NFL wide receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars (1995–1997), Cincinnati Bengals (1998–1999), New Orleans Saints (2000–2001), Atlanta Falcons (2002) and Washington Redskins (2002)
  • Bobby McCray, former NFL defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars (2004–2007), New Orleans Saints (2008–2009) and Philadelphia Eagles (2010)
  • Darren Mickell, former NFL defensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs (1992–1995), New Orleans Saints (1996–1999), San Diego Chargers (2000) and Oakland Raiders (2001)
  • Cedric Smith, former NFL running back for the Minnesota Vikings (1990), New Orleans Saints (1991), Washington Redskins (1994–1995) and Arizona Cardinals (1996–1998)
  • Jimmy Spencer, former NFL defensive back for the New Orleans Saints (1992–1995), Cincinnati Bengals (1996–1997), San Diego Chargers (1998–1999) and Denver Broncos (2000–2003)
  • Fred Weary, former NFL defensive back for the New Orleans Saints (1998–2001), Atlanta Falcons (2002) and St. Louis Rams (2003)
  • Danny Wuerffel, former NFL quarterback for the New Orleans Saints (1997–1999), Green Bay Packers (2000), Chicago Bears (2001) and Washington Redskins (2002); 1996 Heisman Trophy-winner who led the Gators to the 1996 National Championship
  • DeShawn Wynn, former NFL running back for the Green Bay Packers (2007–2009), San Francisco 49ers (2010) and New Orleans Saints (2010)
  • Tyrone Young, former NFL wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints (1983–1984)

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