“I may play football again”: Drew Brees makes ‘SHOCKING’ revelations about his future in the NFL

Here's what Drew Brees had to say about his future in the league

Drew Brees: The top 5 NFL QB in the last decade
Drew Brees

Drew Christopher Brees has made a name for himself in the world of the NFL. The former star quarterback played in the NFL for as many as two decades and achieved a lot in his illustrious career. Brees dedicated most of his playing days to the New Orleans Saints.

He has innumerable awards and rewards to his name. Brees won the Super Bowl title once in his career. Moreover, he was also named the Super Bowl MVP in 2010 as he played a crucial role in guiding his team to the ultimate glory. Brees also has the record of the highest completion rate in one season to his name.

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“I may focus on business and philanthropy”: Drew Brees

Drew Brees
Drew Brees

In addition to all this, Brees has played the most number of consecutive matches with a touchdown pass and he has also got the highest percentage record for a single game. Indeed, the man has done so much for football through the years. Moreover, he made the transition from the field to the television last year where he worked for NBC.

However, not long ago, rumors about him leaving NBC and joining FOX started surfacing. The nypost.com had recently reported that Brees might go on to replace Aikman as Fox’s No. 1 game analyst. The report also stated that Brees might shift towards game commentary instead of analyzing the games.

However, adding another twist to the tale, Brees took to Twitter to claim that he is undecided about his future. “Despite speculation from media about my future this fall, I’m currently undecided,” he wrote, adding that he might even go on to take the field once again.

I may work for NBC, I may play football again, I may focus on business and philanthropy, I may train for the pickleball tour, senior golf tour, coach my kids or all of the above. I’ll let you know,” Brees’ Tweet further read. It will be interesting to see where Brees finally ends up.

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