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Saints' head coach Sean Payton is under fire after making 'choking' gesture at an opposing player

Saints' head coach Sean Payton made a "choking" gesture towards Falcons running back Devonta Freeman in teh fourth quarter of Thursday night's game. After the game, Payton said he couldn't remember making the gesture. Payton lated picked up a costly unsportsmanlike conduct penalty that would seal the loss for the Saints. Saints' head coach Sean Payton is under fire after making a "choking" gesture at Falcons running back Devonta Freeman during Thursday night's game.
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