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Junior Galette started just 30 games for the New Orleans Saints Youth Ryan Ramczyk Jersey , yet he ranks 13th all-time in sacks for the team. He is one of only a handful of players that wore the black and gold to achieve back-to-back double-digit sack seasons. There is no denying that Galette was one of the most effective pass rushers to ever play in New Orleans. But as Saints fans are well aware, accomplishments on the field were only one part of Galette?s story.Life of a Saint: Junior GaletteThe bumpy road for Junior Galette started in Port Au Prince, Haiti. Galette spent his youth like many children in third-world countries, without many of the common conveniences we take for granted here in the United States. When Galette moved to the U.S. at the age of nine, one would think it would have been an easy transition to a better life. This wasn?t so for Galette. ?It was awful, but one of the experiences that made me who I am today. I felt like I wasn?t even part of this world,? Galette remembered. Junior Galette spoke of the confusion of this new world and the struggles he faced adjusting and being accepted in his Spring Valley, New York neighborhood. He then added, ?At that age, I wanted to play basketball and football. Kids wouldn?t let me play with them because I couldn?t speak English. I had to learn to speak it so I could just play.? Galette, motivated to play sports, turned to television shows like Barney and Sesame Street, as well as reading books, as the foundation for speaking English.Persistence Overcomes ResistanceJunior Galette has maintained a philosophy throughout his life that with hard work, he can overcome anything in front of him. This philosophy has served him well in sports. Galette was successful growing up in both basketball and football. Galette explained that this mindset goes beyond sports, stating ?I was just confident in my abilities. For example, learning how to speak English. I wanted to be the best speller in the school. I motivated myself to do that and ended up winning the spelling bee in sixth grade, from a kid that couldn?t speak English.?Galette Chooses FootballBeing a three-star recruit out of high school, Galette didn?t have a long list of colleges courting his talents. He ended up getting a scholarship to Temple University, a scholarship he initially thought was for basketball. Galette laughed as he mentioned, ?When the coaches showed up at my high school I thought I got a basketball scholarship. They said, ?What are you talking about? This is for football.? I said, ?Temple ain?t got no football. What are they D2?? Well, they weren?t the Temple that you know now. It took guys like me, Mohammed Wilkerson, and other guys to come through there when times were tough.?There was one game that Galette specifically remembers as the moment he knew he was destined to eventually play in the NFL. ?My freshman year in college we were playing Vanderbilt. That was the game I realized I was on another level from everybody else. I was at Sam linebacker and they had an older guy rushing the passer. They had me in coverage. Coach put me at defensive end and said ?Just run around that guy?, Galette said. Galette would never lose his role as a pass rusher from that game forward.Undrafted TalentAs Galette progressed through college, his character was under attack for an incident involving his cousin selling stolen laptop computers. Because his cousin was living with him, Galette was associated to the ordeal and discipline was handed out. Galette was suspended his senior year at Temple and was forced to Stillman College to finish out his schooling. Galette was confident in his ability to play at the next level, but as he arrived at the NFL combine, there were many more questions about his character than his play. While the constant questioning made Galette uneasy about where he would get drafted, he was still very confident that one of the several teams that verbally committed to draft him would do so.The NFL DraftJunior Galette ended up waiting through the entire draft without hearing his name called. Galette was upset when he recalled, ?Yeah Ryan Ramczyk Jersey Stitched , I was very surprised. Louis Riddick had a list of day two players who were most underrated and most talented. He was saying Junior Galette needs to be on a team. More teams called in the sixth round. I think I had a total of 14 teams call.?Galette went on to speak about the stress and embarrassment of watching the draft surrounded by friends and family and not hear his name called. Following the draft, the New Orleans Saints called and made him an offer to come aboard. Galette shared, ?I was around my family. I was in tears and I didn?t care. I was upset I didn?t get drafted, but at the same time I was motivated.? Galette would carry this chip on his shoulder into the NFL.Joining a Super Bowl RosterJunior Galette joined the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints in 2010. Galette looked for a mentor and friend in the locker room and found just that in Anthony Hargrove. ?Anthony Hargrove was like a big brother to me. Knowing his story, he went through a lot of adverse situations, off the field issues. He took me in and I was living with him for the first two months of the season, like legit living with him. He said, ?You don?t have to pay for a spot. You can just stay here??, Galette stated. Galette then spoke about how he would share his frustrations with Hargrove, feeling like he was clearly better than the players getting more snaps that he was. As the next few years progressed, Galette would eventually get his snaps and make a big impact on the field, finishing 2013 and 2014 with double-digit sacks (12, 10) and was rewarded. In 2013, Galette was given a 3-year, $9 million contract. That contract was ripped up a year later as the Saints replaced it with a 4-year, $41.5 million contract. Galette credits Rob Ryan for having the vision to increase the workload and lean more heavily on the once undrafted free agent.Galette on Becoming Team Captain?It meant everything to me at the time,? Galette stated proudly. He continued, ?Coming in there undrafted, I knew what it took to get there, to become the face of the defense. The process of an undrafted guy to go to the team that just won the Super Bowl to then become team captain is a legendary process and a tough one for anybody to go through.? At that moment, things appeared to be going just the way Galette had envisioned.Character, RevisitedJust one year into the lucrative four-year deal that Galette had inked, and immediately following two of the more productive seasons in team history for a pass rusher, the Saints cut ties with Junior Galette. This came as a result of an incident that happened off the field. A video posted online that saw Galette in an altercation on a beach in which he was fighting and swinging a belt at others. Galette reflected, ?To get to the top of the hill and then get shot down for doing something that I felt鈥?At that time, I was not prepared mentally for them to release me. I had too much attachment to New Orleans. I was not ready mentally to handle that type of rejection. I loved New Orleans. I got it tatted on me. But the video came out and it was just too much.? Galette continued, ?I definitely have regrets. I was on damn near a $50 million dollar deal and was captain of the Saints. Right now, I don?t have a job. So for me to sit here and say that I don?t have regrets is crazy. I?d be insane to sit here and say that I don?t wish I was on New Orleans still. I feel like leaving New Orleans, my life has been on a downward spiral since.? Galette would go on to mention how he first fell in love with the Saints, ?watching them do what they did to Brett Favre in that NFC Championship game. There?s no other team I wanted to play for. That defense was crazy.?Galette?s Relationship with New OrleansJunior Galette would be the first person to tell you that the way he handled his relationship with the city of New Orleans was poor. Galette said, ?I was angry and bitter toward the whole city of New Orleans as if it was their fault. The situation I was in was my fault. It was me who surrounded myself with the type of people that I surrounded myself with. It was me that took actions to protect people in a certain scenario.?Galette feels that the most misunderstood thing about him to Saints fans and the media alike is his character. He mentioned, ?Anybody who really knows me knows my track record. People can just read a headline and that?ll be the story for them. I try to do good but have put myself in messed up situations and surrounded myself with people that didn?t have my best interest. You live and you learn.? He then went on to address whether all the negative feedback affected him. ?Hell yeah man. I?m a player who was always a fan favorite. I was always engaging with the fans. It really hits home. It took me getting released from New Orleans and still having some fans over there to really appreciate the city.?Galette mentioned he eventually had to delete his social media accounts because the backlash from Saints fans was too much to bear. He has since created new accounts.Galette Heads to WashingtonJunior Galette would eventually find himself playing in the Washington Redskins organization in 2017 after missing back-to-back season due to Achilles tears. He would end up with 3 sacks in his limited role on the field. The amount of playing time for Galette was a disappointment, especially since he wanted to prove to New Orleans that they had made a mistake releasing him. Galette finished the 2017 season as the top-graded pass rusher for the Redskins Youth Marcus Williams Jersey , despite averaging only 15 snaps per game.Junior Galette NowAnyone paying attention to social media can tell you that Junior Galette is actively broadcasting his eagerness to get back into the NFL. This past off-season, Galette?s then agent Drew Rosenhaus rejected what was considered a low-ball offer from Washington. At this point, Galette regrets not looking at the offer as he just wants to play again in the NFL. As of now, Galette is still a player without a home. He has met and tried out with several teams but still does not have a contract. Galette added, ?What?s crazy is, you know who?s helping me through this whole process? Sean Payton. It?s really good. I feel like we can patch things up. He says that there are no hard feelings.?So the road remains bumpy for Galette. The obstacles, whether self-inflicted or otherwise, continue to find their way onto his path. But Galette still has some things to prove; to prove he can still play at an elite level, prove he has physically progressed from his injuries and prove that he has learned from his mistakes. The NFL?s premier event is finally upon us, Super Bowl LIII, and the champion of the 2018 season will be crowned this Sunday night.Let?s break down who the Super Bowl champion will be."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections InterviewsNew Orleans Saints SatireWho Dat HistoryCanal Street Chronicles TutorialSuper Bowl LIII Pick: Gifted the TitleNew,14commentsThe NFL?s premier event is finally upon us, Super Bowl LIII, and the champion of the 2018 season will be crowned this Sunday night. Let?s break down who the Super Bowl champion will be.CSTShareTweetShareShareSuper Bowl LIII Pick: Gifted the TitleMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsHere we go folks, that bittersweet time for every football fan, and no more bitter for anyone like it is for the New Orleans Saints. As much as Super Bowl Sunday is a celebration of the NFL?s championship, it?s also the culmination of another football season. Come Monday, it?s all over for actual NFL football for another eight months until it all starts over again. Eight long months. So before we talk draft and free agency for the Saints, lets break down this final game of the season.The NFC Champion* Los Angeles Rams face the AFC Champion New England Patriots in the biggest spectacle in American professional sports.Los Angeles enters the game with a 13-3 record and they field the NFL?s second-ranked offense, while New England enters the game with an 11-5 record and field the NFL?s fifth-ranked offense.Neither team is particularly stellar on defense, so expect plenty of points.Lets now take a look at Super Bowl LIII.Two weeks ago I went 0-2I told you so: Saints over Rams*.What do I know: Chiefs over Patriots?SUPER BOWL LIII - Mercedes-Benz Stadium - Atlanta, GeorgiaNFC Champion* - Los Angeles RamsvsAFC Champion - New England PatriotsSunday, February 3rd, 20193:30pm PST / 5:30pm CST / 6:30pm ESTCBS***?They should just get over it?Many have said Saints fans should just let it go and move on, in fact some of us may have done just that.But even those who have buried their feelings on the NFC Championship deep in the earth, will find themselves unearthing those feelings when this game culminates on Sunday.Many Saints fans have said they plan to boycott the game in protest or simply refuse to watch in disgust or disappointment.Regardless, whether we watch or not, we know exactly what is happening at 5:30pm central this Sunday.The NFL won't feel the sting of losing the Super Bowl viewership of one of its strongest viewing markets, right?The NFL is certainly looking for a change of guard at the top of the coaching tree, where Bill Belichick has taken perch for nearly two decades.Despite his win over Belichick a year ago, the hype and herald over Doug Pederson has slowed to a simmer, allowing the hype for the new ?next big thing? to reach a feverish boil.That comes in the form of Rams head coach Sean McVay.McVay, the ?genius? Marcus Williams Jersey Stitched , the ?innovative wunderkind?, the ?future of NFL coaching?, has to merely catch Belichick flat-footed and his team perplexed, like they were a year ago when Malcolm Butler was kept out of the Super Bowl.If he can turn his bag of tricks inside-out like Pederson did a year ago, McVay, ?the chosen one?, will take the place the league so desperately wants him to take in the pantheon of coaches.The great Sean McVay is ready to outcoach Bill Belichick, right?The player who will see the biggest impact on the field will be Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks, who had his soul removed from his body by Philadelphia?s Malcolm Jenkins exactly one year ago in the Super Bowl.Cooks may be without a soul, but his legs still move very fast, and he?ll use that speed to beat the team he lost the Super Bowl with a year ago.Cooks can't be a part of a second-consecutive Super Bowl loser, right?Coincidences seem to play in New England?s favor in this one, but they are simply coincidences.Los Angeles will be wearing their throwback blue jerseys in this Super Bowl.The team wearing white (New England) has won 12 of the last 14 Super Bowls, the two exceptions being Green Bay (XLV) and Philadelphia (LII).Teams that have gone on in the playoffs after playing New Orleans are 2-8 all-time in their next game after the Saints, and only one of those teams went on to win the Super Bowl (Seattle XLVIII).Again, coincidences that won't have an impact this Sunday, right?With a win, the Rams may actually make a blip on the Los Angeles radar, unless Anthony Davis is traded to the Lakers over the weekend.Sure, when looking at the population-to-attendance ratio, the Rams? victory parade should end up laughably sparse, but the league will likely blame the expected rain in the upcoming week for the poor showing.Maybe they can boost attendance by calling it a Rams victory parade/Lakers add Anthony Davis parade, right?The team, and their fan, refuse to admit it, but the Rams were gifted one of the greatest opportunities in American sports history.They won't blow that opportunity.They can't... right?Super Bowl LIII Champion*: Los Angeles RamsFinal Score: Rams 45 - Patriots 32Super Bowl LIII MVP: WR - Brandin Cooks***There you have it folks, another Super Bowl and another NFL season in the books. I really can?t wait to get next season going, to see the Saints finish what they started. Let?s get ready for the Saints? revenge march toward Miami, Florida for Super Bowl LIV.Now it?s your turn, leave us your thoughts in the comments section below.