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    Ex-Saints star Steve Gleason will be awarded highest Congressional honor: the Gold Medal

    Advocate file photo by SOPHIA GERMERBY WILL SENTELL | The AdvocateFormer New Orleans Saints star Steve Gleason will be awarded the coveted Congressional Gold Medal under legislation that won final approval Thursday.The measure, which earlier passed the U.S. Senate without objection...
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    Steve and Michel Gleason are expecting again; baby girl due in October

    By Jeff Duncan | | The Times-PicayuneSteve and Michel Gleason are expecting a second child, a Team Gleason spokesperson confirmed on Monday.The Gleasons posted a picture of a pregnant Michel from their summer vacation in Idaho on Michel's Instagram account on Sunday. The baby girl...
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    Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame: Steve Gleason's relentless fight against ALS earns him Dave Dixon Leadership Award

    By Ted Lewis This is the fourth story in a series on the 2018 inductees to the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. Formal induction ceremonies are June 30 in Natchitoches.When Steve Gleason received the devastating diagnosis in 2011 that he had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, he could have...
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    Congress finally finds something it can agree on: Steve Gleason

    By Jeff Duncan | The Times-Picayune Big news out of Washington, D.C., on Tuesday (June 5), and it didn't involve POTUS or the Philadelphia Eagles. Congress found something it can agree on: Steve Gleason.A bipartisan delegation led by U.S Sens. Bill Cassidy...
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    Steve Gleason: A Saint Amongst Saints

    "It happened, with 13:35 on the clock in the 1st quarter Steve Gleason came unblocked straight up the middle of the Falcon’s offensive line and smothered Michael Koenen’s punt. The Superdome exploded into a frenzy never seen before. Our hearts and spirits soared to the sky’s limit. There are...
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    No White Flags: Steve Gleason & Saints Refuse To Go Quietly

    If you are a fan of the New Orleans Saints or the NFL you may be able to recall where you were on September 25, 2006. It had been 21 months since the New Orleans Saints had been able to play in the Superdome. The Saints, their fans, and the NFL were almost completely flooded, sunk, and washed...
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