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Saints Quarterback Drew Brees will be a ‘no-show’ at this week’s workouts. Remaining unsigned, it doesn’t surprise anyone Brees will not attend the minicamp. New Orleans and Brees have until July 16th to reach a long-term agreement, but the two sides are nowhere close to agreeing to a deal according to New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Brees has been one of the most reliable fantasy Quarterbacks of the last few years, throwing for a record breaking 5,476 yards and 46 touchdowns in 2011. His completion percentage was a ridiculous 71.2 percent and his interception total, 14, is a little misleading because of the number of attempts he gets, 657 last year. But with no a long-term deal and without Sean Payton calling the plays for an entire season, little can be know what 2012 holds of Brees and the Saints offense.
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New Orleans and All-Pro Quarterback Drew Brees are closer to agreeing to a new contract extension than previously expected. The Saints are offering close to 19 million dollars according to NBC Sports. While ESPN reported Brees wanted over 21 million or even 23 million dollars, the quarterback has since denied those claims. Fans are now left to wonder, why hasn’t this deal been...
Yes, to anybody else who has that deja vu feeling, we’ve been here before — only the stakes have since raised.
On the same day Drew Brees skipped the start of mandatory minicamp, it’s being reported by ProFootballTalk.com that the Saints and their frustrated franchise player are closer in contract talks than previously thought.
Per PFT, which cites an anonymous source, the...
Drew Brees is still waiting for a long term deal so what’s a millionaire athlete to do in the meantime? Apparently, that was the subject of a trending topic on twitter (one, I unfortunately missed). The people over at 2CentTV decided to bring the trending topic to life and help us understand how Brees might be handling his wait. In the video, Brees does everything from practice...
Over the past few months there have been reports that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has been looking for a new deal that will pay him over $21 million per year.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Brees has never demanded $21 million. There have even been some people who’ve stated that he’s been looking for up to $23 million per season...
I got the directions on my arm T...
While Drew Brees and the Saints hash out the final details over his contract, the Saints MVP continues to rake in endorsement deals — Check out Drew Brees driving a cab for an Dick’s Sporting goods campaign. I’m sure his cab smells so fresh and so clean. -TO
Brees Participates in Junior Paddle Out Ceremony
Drew Brees Couples up with Channing Tatum
Over the next few days, the New Orleans Saints will conduct their June mandatory minicamp and of course franchise quarterback Drew Brees won’t be in attendance as he continues to wait for the Saints to get their act together and pay him.
Until Brees gets the offer he’s looking for from the Saints, I wouldn’t even expect him to show up for training camp.
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, unsigned franchise player Drew Brees is seeking 20.3 million yearly from the Saints in his new contract. This report comes one day after ProFootballTalk reported that the Saints were offering 18-19 million per year. It’s good news that the two sides are closer now than they were earlier in the offseason, but guaranteed money is still a sticking...
They’re getting closer, but according to Pro Football Talk, the Saints and Drew Brees are still about 2 million per year apart on a long term extension. According to the report, Brees is asking for 20-21 million per year, while the Saints are offering 18-19. Considering a 36 year old Peyton Manning got 19.2 million per year from the Broncos after missing an entire season and having...
The New Orleans Saints were offering Drew Brees a multi-year deal
worth nearly $19 million-per-year, Pro Football Talk reported,
citing a source close to the negotiations.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder via Rotoworld.com, the New Orleans Saints have “resumed dialogue” with quarterback Drew Brees and his representatives, in order to try to hammer out a long-term contract.
“I’m told by a source close to the stalemate in negotiations that dialogue between Saints GM Mickey Loomis and Tom Condon, the agent for Brees, has resumed, but...
For a football fan, the NFL offseason seems to last forever.
Still three long months away, it is only appropriate to start thinking about how you will dominate in fantasy football.
There are many quarterbacks this year that will either be elite MVP quality…or a complete busts.
So who are must-have quarterbacks to have on your team when your time is put on the clock? And who should...
As the offseason and your quest to improve your roster continues, you don’t need me to tell you it’s going to be very hard to make any real improvements to your roster without a few trades. I get asked many times on Twitter if I like a certain trade. I always let folks know there are two ways to grade these trades. One, you can grade it player vs. player in a vacuum...