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Drew Brees changes stance on when to retire

After careful consideration, legendary NFL quarterback Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints has decided, he won’t be playing until the age of 45. The long time veteran told the New Orleans Advocate that he felt good but at the same time, playing that long was no longer a thought. According to, Drew Brees stated as much during an interview, “45 is a long way away,” Brees...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Brees: Younger Saints receivers ready for larger roles

METAIRIE, La. (AP) Drew Brees is confident that some young, relatively unknown, inexperienced receivers can help the New Orleans Saints' offense remain among the NFL's best. The 36-year-old quarterback will enter his 15th pro season next fall without two of his most productive pass-catchers from 2014 - tight end Jimmy Graham and receiver Kenny Stills - who've both been traded away...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Drew Brees: Saying I'd play until 45 may have been 'overzealous'

After a rough 2014 season, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is rethinking a bold statement he made a year ago. Before the season began, Brees was excited about the possibility of playing into his mid-40s—a statement he now admits was a bit “overzealous.” Brees called his playing until he's 45 overzealous, but still kicked around the idea. — Larry Holder (@LarryHolder...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Drew Brees impressed with what he's seen so far from Garrett Grayson

Drew Brees doesn't have to worry about losing his job anytime soon, that part's not up for much of a debate. One thing that many people were interested to see was how Brees handled rookie quarterback Garrett Grayson being drafted by the team. Apparently, Brees was welcoming and was even impressed with the former Colorado State Ram, according to Nick Underhill of The Advocate. When...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Garrett Grayson on Meeting Saints Quarterback: “Holy Cow, That’s Drew Brees”

Eventually, the time will come for New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees to step down and hand the starting job over to a new quarterback. That quarterback could be Garrett Grayson, who the Saints selected in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Grayson, who will have to be patient for his opportunity to arrive, had an interesting response after meeting his Brees via Times...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

REPORT: Garrett Grayson is absolutely starstruck by Drew Brees

There’s a chance that Garrett Grayson is the future franchise quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, but that won’t be for a long time — at least, it won’t be if things go according to plan. Drew Brees, the current franchise quarterback, is still a superstar, and all of New Orleans is hoping that he will continue to be for the next few years. And, apparently, there may be...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Drew Brees to Test Survival Skills on Running Wild With Bear Grylls

As the quarterback in the NFL Drew Brees is accustomed to doing anything he can in order to avoid danger. Sometimes his offensive linemen are able to help him out, but sometimes it's up to him whether he can avoid danger. You would think in his off time he would do whatever he can to continue avoiding danger, but this off-season that was not the case.Instead he decided to face it...
Via FatManWriting
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Check out this new stat which says Drew Brees is the best quarterback in the NFL

It should be obvious that Drew Brees is a very good quarterback, but after an extremely disappointing Saints’ season last year, a good deal of blame is getting placed on the future Hall of Famer. And if you take a look at Brees’ stats, it does look like he had a down year: He threw for under 5,000 yards for the first time since 2011, and his 33 touchdowns were tied for his lowest...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: Drew Brees remains focused, ignores trade rumors

Quarterback Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints celebrates after a touchdown against the New England Patriots at Louisana Superdome on November 30, 2009 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) Before teeing off for the Zurich Pro-Am at TPC Louisiana on Wednesday April 22, Drew Brees answered various questions the media had to ask about possible trade...
April 25, 2015  |  Discuss

How to fix the New Orleans Saints in three easy steps

My dream of New Orleans going into a full rebuild and trading Drew Brees seems dead. Well … it was never really alive. NFL teams don’t think the way NBA teams do, for better or worse. They aren’t willing to sacrifice full seasons for the purpose of a rebuild. It’s why Jacksonville and Oakland are spending big on free agents despite being several seasons away from contention...
Via The Sports Post
March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

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