Found September 21, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
PLAYERS: Drew Brees
TEAMS: New Orleans Saints
New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees is dealing with an ankle injury and is listed as probable for Sunday's game with Kansas City.Fantasy Spin:There has never been any question that Brees would play this week. The question is when he will start improving on an ugly 54.5 completion percentage rate.
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