If you didn’t know any better, Foster Moreau’s OTA debut with the New Orleans Saints was a pretty ho-hum affair.
He ran every drill. He caught passes from multiple quarterbacks. There were zero limitations whatsoever. It was absolutely unremarkable until you factor in that the New Orleans native was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in March. Barely 8 weeks later he was on the field in New Orleans catching passes from Derek Carr.
“I don’t want to undersell what that man just walked through,” Carr said of his teammate with the Raiders and now the Saints. “That’s pretty scary news and a pretty scary thing to go through, and for him to be out there already, I’m not going to get into his business, but it’s pretty miraculous. I know he’s thankful.”
But one thing Moreau wants to make perfectly clear: His challenge was more mental than physical. His rare type …