By Glenn Guilbeau, USA TODAY Network
METAIRIE — If newly acquired Saints running back Latavius Murray, formerly of Minnesota and Oakland, did not know that Alvin Kamara was one of the kings of New Orleans, he found out on Wednesday during mini-camp.
Kamara was surrounded by cameras and reporters at his locker when Murray went to the shower after practice, and Kamara was still surrounded by cameras and reporters when Murray returned from the shower and found his way to his nearby locker.
Murray, a free agent signing last March to replace Saints veteran back Mark Ingram now with Baltimore, looked on in amazement and said, "This a podcast?"
As a crowd of reporters and players laughed, Kamara just kept talking.
This illustrated how comfortable Kamara, who will be entering his third season in 2020 after two spectacularly versatile campaigns, is in his skin, in his role, and in his adopted city of New Orleans.
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