Has Drew Brees Considered Coming Out Of Retirement?
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Drew Brees’ new NBC broadcasting partner, Mike Tirico, asked him if he’d consider coming out of retirement to play again. The former Saints QB had a pretty clear answer...
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“I better get my butt going if that’s the case,” Brees told Tirico, via NBC Sports’ Football Morning In America. “There is a saying that if you don’t use it, you lose it. That’s the truth, my arm is killing me because I haven’t been training to throw. I actually feel worse now than at any other point in my career. I may have one throw, one series, one drive.”
(The Spun)
Filed Under: New Orleans Saints

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15 Comments
It's nice to see all the haters in one group. You guys are pathetic. He gave his all.
Reply2 months
It’s a damn football for cryin out loud. I can get off the couch and sling that rock all over the yard. Cuck
Reply2 months
Say his name!
Reply2 months
Stay Woke Drew!
Reply2 months
Just retire Brady won everything
Reply2 months
Except half the record book
2 months
Put some WD40 on that popgun son.
Reply2 months
Hanging out w/ Tiriceaux will definitely get him totally woke for that propagandist network!
Reply2 months
frick that cuck.
Reply2 months
subtle troll Larry using that stock photo.
Reply2 months
The thread title is fairly misleading Larry. Doesn’t sound like there’s any real consideration of him coming out of retirement.
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Drizzt
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Stay retired Drew Knees. We don’t want you back coward.
Reply2 months
I'm not sure about playing, but he could be the NFL's liaison on SJW initiatives. Perhaps a pre-game kneeing coordinator?
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i am rather surprised that his arm is killing him. all this time, i thought it would have been his knees.
Reply2 months
Mike Thomas blew that back out for sure
2 months
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