Drew Brees Retires
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Drew Brees Retires from NFL

Drew Brees retires from the NFL. The legendary quarterback announced his retirement on Instagram.

“After 20 years as a player in the NFL and 15 years as a Saint, it is time I retire from the game of football. Each day, I poured my heart & soul into being your Quarterback. Til the very end, I exhausted myself to give everything I had to the Saints organization, my team, and the great city of New Orleans. We shared some amazing moments together, many of which are emblazoned in our hearts and minds and will forever be a part of us. You have molded me, strengthened me, inspired me, and given me a lifetime of memories. My goal for the last 15 years was striving to give to you everything you had given to me and more.

I am only retiring from playing football, I am not retiring from New Orleans. This is not goodbye, rather a new beginning. Now my real life‘s work begins!”

Drew Brees on Instagram

Drew Brees is a New Orleans legend, he played for the Saints for 15 years and won a Super Bowl. He played in over 280 games in his career and finished with a record of 172-114.

Brees holds the NFL record for most passing yards, he has over 80,000 yards in the air. He is second in passing touchdowns, trailing only Tom Brady.

He won the Super Bowl in 2010, defeating the Indianapolis Colts as a five point underdog. He earned MVP honors in the game, throwing for 288 yards and two touchdowns.

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