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Contract discussions between the Saints and Drew Brees are underway. It sounds like they are going well. “There is no doubt in my mind” a contract will get finalized, Brees said on the Dan Patrick Show Thursday. “It’s pretty straight up and should be done here in the next 4-5 weeks.” We’ve written a few…
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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is confident that he’ll get a new deal done before free agency begins on March 13th, that will keep him in New Orleans for years to come.
Brees was asked if it’s important to get a deal done within the next month.
“Yes, yes, absolutely,” Brees said. “My goal, and I know just from my conversations with (Saints General Manager Mickey...
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Saints QB Drew Brees made an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show earlier in the day and mentioned that he expects to have a long-term agreement in place before the start of free agency. There is no doubt in my mind (a contract will be done), Brees said. Its pretty straight up and should be done in the next 4-5 weeks. Even if the Saints and Brees dont have a long-term agreement...
Aaron Rodgers will be named the NFL's Most Valuable Player on Saturday night, and deservedly so.If it seems strange during a season in which Drew Brees passed for more yards than any quarterback in the history of the NFL that someone else would win MVP, but a closer look at the statistics explains why Rodgers will -- and should -- win in a landslide.Yes, Brees flew by Dan Marino...