Saints' Drew Brees will watch Super Bowl 50 with other past MVPs
NFL stars Russell Wilson, Drew Brees and Kurt Warner reveal why everyone should see 'Eddie the Eagle' in the Super Bowl 50 TV spot.
"It's truly a remarkable story. If you love movies like Hoosiers, Rudy and Remember the Titans, you should see Eddie the Eagle." That's the perfect quote from Drew Brees to help sell this sports movie to the masses. Fox has unveiled their official Super Bowl TV spot for Eddie the Eagle, which is hitting theaters at the end of the month. Show More Summary
Adrian Peterson is planning to buy biscuits in Saskatchewan. Drew Brees is holding an animal-themed party with fish, a tarantula, and possibly a cougar, and all the New Orleans Saints are invited. Aaron Rodgers verbally signals his turns, even when he’s not driving. Show More Summary
Saints General Manager Mickey Loomis said last month that the team will “figure out how we’re going to handle” quarterback Drew Brees‘ contract, which currently carries a $30 million cap charge for the 2016 season. It’s the final year of Brees’ contract with the Saints, which would make an extension the likeliest route to lessening the…
“We’re gonna put the ball on third and whatever. I don’t wanna measure.” Bad Lip Reading caught Drew Brees’ pep talk, Tom Brady’s secret to winning games, Cam Newton’s Paris escapades and more. Long live Wu Tang.
NFL quarterback Drew Brees was on the Conan talk show to discuss the Super Bowl. As well as going into some detail about his personal predictions this year, Brees also touched on Microsoft technologies, namely Cortana predictions and Surface on the sidelines, noting how the personal assistant has successfully predicted 67 percent of results.
On Sunday, over 100 million people are expected to tune in to CBS for Super Bowl 50, to be played between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. But according to San Francisco 49ers football legend Joe Montana and New OrleansShow More Summary
Professional sports franchises would prefer their players stay at home the entire offseason, but that's just not realistic. Especially when that athlete is as adventurous as New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. Last offseason, Brees went to a jungle in Panama with Bear Grylls and showed he can hold his own in the wild. Show More Summary
We’ve known for a few months that Drew Brees killed an alligator when he appeared on Running Wild With Bear Grylls. But in an (...)
Drew Brees, Scott Fujita among those supporting Steve Gleason at Sundance
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The Saints entered the offseason amid speculation about coach Sean Payton leaving for another team, but he remains with the team after discussions with General Manager Mickey Loomis last week. Loomis said Thursday that he never had a discussion about making a trade with another team that wanted Payton as their head coach and it doesn’t…
In September, Alabama coach Nick Saban dropped a pretty strong hint about the prerequisites for a return to the NFL when he said that, if the Dolphins had signed quarterback Drew Brees in 2006, Saban would still be coaching there. While unlikely that Saban would be in Miami 10 years later, Brees and the coach…
Saints' Drew Brees, Mark Ingram, C.J. Spiller invade Monday sports scene
Drew Brees: 'I don't plan on playing for any other coach'
The New Orleans Saints are long removed from the lovable team that won a Super Bowl back in 2009 and are now in straight rebuilding mode. Reports say if Drew Brees doesn’t give a significant hometown discount this offseason, he’ll be gone. Now, the team is willing to give their coach who turned the franchise […]
We don't like to think about what the NFL will look like without Peyton Manning, or Tom Brady, or even Drew Brees. But it will happen—and it'll happen soon. My generation didn't want to think about an NFL without Barry Sanders or Emmitt Smith, but along came Adrian Peterson. Show More Summary
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees dealt with a torn plantar fascia for the final two games of the season but will not need surgery. He's expected to need four-to-six weeks of rest before resuming activities. Continue for updates. Brees Doesn't Need Surgery Tuesday, Jan. Show More Summary
Saints quarterback Drew Brees played the last two weeks of the regular season with a torn plantar fascia in his right foot and it sounds like the recovery process in the offseason will go forward without the need for surgery. Ed Werder of ESPN reports that Brees visited with Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte and…