Saints’ Drew Brees says retiring at the end of the season, playing ‘The Last Game’ in Superdome, Insider says NFL

The saints Quarterback Drew Press He might be playing in his last game in New Orleans.

It precedes the team match in the NFC Team Playoffs vs. Tampa Bay PiratesJay Glazer of FOX Sports NFL reports that Brees will retire when the Saints’s posteason race ends.

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“Drew Press – Tonight will be his last match in the Superdome,” Glazer said on the FOX broadcast before the match. “And whenever it is his last game – if they lose tonight, if they lose next week – that will be his last game in the NFL.”

Glazer was asked if it was just he thought Brees was retiring, or was it a real report. He replied, “No, that’s it. Drew Press will do.”

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Bryce, who had just finished his twentieth season in the NFL, finished 2,942 yards, 24 touchdowns and only six interceptions while he completed 70.5% of his assists in 12 games in the regular season. Bryce missed four matches after suffering rib injuries and a lung collapse in Week 10.

Brees signed a broadcast contract with NBC in the spring of last year and is expected to move into an analyst or color commentator role in the near future.

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