Found June 28, 2012 on
Kissing Suzy Kolber:
Ha ha, it’s funny because hack is outmoded slang for a taxi driver. Anyway, Drew Brees drives the Cash Cab in a video to promote concussion awareness issues for youth athletics. You can tell this was really spontaneous and not at all scripted by the fact that you can see the police escort for Breesus’ vehicle in every shot.
– Ocho proposed to his fiancee while playing Call of Duty. That’s gotta sting. I mean, the Battlefield games have the superior series now. Neglect is one thing, but neglect with subpar games? Oof.
– Chris Kluwe comes down in support of gay marriage. As the old adage goes, as punters go, so goes the nation.
– Philip Rivers is going to be a coach at a Catholic baseball camp, despite the fact that the rest of the coaches are veteran baseball players and Marmalard isn’t Catholic. It’s all one Jesus, right? Anyway, let’s all be on the lookout of footage of Rivers teaching young pitchers to hit 12 mph on the radar gun.
- Patriots owner Bob Kraft said he wants a perman...
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New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees says he's confident he'll get a long-term deal done with the Saints.
Brees acknowledged Tuesday that the offseason of distractions has slowed down negotiations. On the subject of those off-field issues, he says the NFL has produced no proof the Saints' defense engaged in a bounty system.
With training camp nearing, Brees says progress...
NFL Players Association attorney Jeffrey Kessler says an arbitrator expects to rule within a week on arguments presented Wednesday concerning the Saints' use of the NFL's franchise tag on quarterback Drew Brees.
Arbitrator Stephen Burbank is handling the matter of how to interpret language in the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, which requires any club that designates...
Drew Brees got behind the wheel of a New York City taxi cab and picked up unsuspecting passengers around Manhattan to help raise awareness about head-related injuries.
In a video titled "Who Dat Cabbie" posted on YouTube, the New Orleans Saints quarterback drives your typical yellow cab adorned with a gold number nine (his jersey number) hanging from the mirror, a Drew...
While appearing on the Late Show with David Lettermen, the Saints quarterback argued that people are growing weary of hearing about the BountyGate scandal.
Drew Brees has been designated as a "Franchise" player again, but this time it's his third such designation. If that's the case, Brees could stand to reap millions more in his next deal -- a deal that wil affect other Franchised players. Perhaps the Saints should have acted sooner.
New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees is confident that he and the Saints will agree on a long-term contract.
With the start of training camp about a month off, the two sides still have ''a ways to go'' to close the gap, the 2010 Super Bowl MVP said Tuesday.
Nonetheless, he said, ''I'm confident, and always have been, that we'll get a long-term deal...
Drew Brees Concussion Trivia: Who Dat Cabbie?!Fan of Drew Brees? Concerned about the safety of football players and the concussions they face? Well, than this is your video. Everyone else will give this about a 2 minute watch before moving on. Drew Brees’ passion for educating the public on the misconceptions of concussions and the severity of the injury has branched out to...
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Whether we agree with Bountygate or not, we have to accept the consequences and move on as best as we can. Our first order of business is to get Drew Brees locked down with a long term deal. Make no mistake about it, Brees will be on the field with the Saints this season. Our coaching situation presents a unique challenge, but we're a veteran team, and we think...
Happy Friday y’all.
For your viewing pleasure today at work (because I know you have time to kill on a Friday), here is Saints’ quarterback and fantasy football stud Drew Brees on David Letterman last night:
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