Found July 03, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:
PLAYERS: Drew Brees
TEAMS: New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees may not have signed a contract yet, but he has won a small battle which will have him paid decently next season, barring he still hasn’t signed a contract by then. Brees has won his grievance against the Saints regarding his franchise tag. According to arbitrator Stephen Burbank’s ruling, [...]

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  • there no way drew is worth all that money saints should cut his arrogant ass off the team that's is whats wrong with the sport they can get a rookie with those receivers and win . For a lot cheaper how stupid Tom Benson can get.he will be siting on the bench in not long to old

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