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Scott Fujita signs one day contract; will retire as a Saint

Scott Fujita will get to retire as a Saint after signing a one day contract with the black and gold.

The Saints released a picture of Fujita signing the contract in Machu Piccu Monday where he's on a trip with former Saint Steve Gleason.

Fujita played with the team from 2006 through 2009 and was part of the team's first ever Super Bowl title.

After leaving the Saints, the 11 year NFL veteran played with the Browns until last season.

Fujita calls his time with the team some of the best years of his life and says he's proud to retire as a New Orleans Saint.

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