New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram celebrates his third-quarter touchdown reception against the Chiefs in Kansas City on Oct. 23. Ingram didn’t touch the ball after his fourth-quarter fumble against the Chiefs and he never saw the field again after his first-quarter fumble against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram celebrates his third-quarter touchdown reception against the Chiefs in Kansas City on Oct. 23. Ingram didn’t touch the ball after his fourth-quarter fumble against the Chiefs and he never saw the field again after his first-quarter fumble against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Jeff Roberson AP
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram celebrates his third-quarter touchdown reception against the Chiefs in Kansas City on Oct. 23. Ingram didn’t touch the ball after his fourth-quarter fumble against the Chiefs and he never saw the field again after his first-quarter fumble against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Jeff Roberson AP

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