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Tyrone Hughes to Appear at Saints Hall of Fame Museum on Monday

                    **                      <u>                                 <span style="">TYRONE HUGHES TO APPEAR AT SAINTS HALL OF FAME MUSEUM</span> </u>                **      <br> <span style="">New Orleans native Tyrone Hughes, who played for the New Orleans Saints for four seasons from 1993-1996, will appear at the Saints Hall of Fame Museum at Gate B on the Plaza level of the Louisiana Superdome from 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. prior to the New Orleans Saints vs. Minnesota Vikings game this Monday night, October 6.  

Hughes will be available for autographs and pictures. Hughes, who prepped at St. Augustine High School, returned a pair of kickoffs for touchdowns in a 37-34 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on October 23, 1994. In that game, Hughes set or tied seven team and four NFL records. Hughes was a fifth-round draft pick of the Saints out of Nebraska in 1993. He went to the Pro Bowl in his rookie season as a kick returner. He went on to play for the Chicago Bears (1997) and Dallas Cowboys (1998).

Admission to the Saints Hall of Fame is free on game days for season ticket holders. On all other weekdays, admission is $7 per person or $5 for groups of 20 or more. For more information, contact the Saints Hall of Fame Museum at (504) 471-2154.

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