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Sean Payton Had Telling Comment About Jameis Winston Future & Drew Brees
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While on the ‘Huddle & Flow’ podcast this week, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton drops some tidbits about the future of his team's QB position...
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Hmmm..And Taysom Hill? Who do you want behind center when or if Brees leaves?

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Hangit43 months
Brees lifted these douches up to make more money than they would have. They turned around and kicked him in the dick for showing patriotism. I can see him bailing. He has F.U. money.
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Dubaitiger43 months
Sorry Sean, go spew that Liberal BLM shite somewhere else. I thought Drew had balls but he sunk to a low to give up his respect for the flag. SO, you are saying more people should become pussies and not respect their positions, or its OK to piss on the flag and people who fought for your pansy existence
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YellowShoe43 months
Sure take a knee anytime you want to insult someone. Yup. Take a knee and you will be insulting me. Go ahead.
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Bryantboyz43 months
How about the clear discrimination against white corners and rbs? Don't give me the bullshite brainwashed lies about lack of speed or athleticism! I see dbs getting smoked in the league like no other time by inferior qbs. Of course many of you tools only think racism isn't possible in sports against whites. Wake up.
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YellowShoe43 months
What is your grievance again? You think that some white DBs and RBs are not getting their due? Why not list some names and explain how they shoudl be replacing someone else.
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atltiger648743 months
Brees - still a coward.
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CajunBullet43 months
When Brees retires he'll be able to take a knee every time he sees or hears the presentation of the National Anthem and the American Flag. (Disrespectful, Disgraceful, and Classless POS) Then paste the name of any criminal he wants to on his forehead!
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SeanLSU43 months
More people on all sides of these issues should do exactly what Drew did. Listen. Listen to the people who feel differently than you do and try to understand why. Try to understand their story, their history, their struggle. Once you do that, you can easily do what Drew did and apologize for unknowingly speaking against something. Drew didn't say anything necessarily wrong in the first place. But he said something that spoke differently to people that had a different history than he did. And he owned that and made things right with them. There's no shame or cowardice in that. It's what real leaders do. They build bridges. They learn and grow. They pull more people into their circle and they join the circles of others. I'll accept the many downvotes this will get. Hat tip to Brees for being a leader and a man of respect and dignity.
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YellowShoe43 months
Brees' action took courage. He is a guy who called a TV blowhard Sean Hannity a great American Patriot. You know which side of the political spectrum he falls on. However, after the George Floyd incident, he realized that he could not afford to spout high minded patriotic claim, given that his grand fathers were WW II veterans. He recognized the dissonance between his views and the hurt of a community, a member of which was casually killed. The people wearing blue killed a person for everyone to see. Brees acknowledged the fact. We have a system where one segment of the population is treated poorly by police. He expressed his willingness to listen and help. That's courage.
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Bucktail143 months
Hopefully Breed retired and gets his arse back to CA where he can kiss the boots
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JohnnyU43 months
You know he's originally from Texas, right?
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YellowShoe43 months
Drew is a republican. If he ran for office in this state, you will fall in line and vote for him.
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Flashback43 months
Idc
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