3 reasons Saints’ Drew Brees should call it a career

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New Orleans Saints’ future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Drew Brees has questioned whether or not he should return to the team.

Drew Brees came to the New Orleans Saints in 2006 after spending a few years with the San Diego Chargers. As a fresh, young quarterback, no one really knew the heights that Brees would reach in the next decade as the Saints’ new leader.

He was immediately a Pro-Bowl and first-team All-Pro selection in his very first year with the New Orleans franchise. He would go on to win the organization’s first Lombardi trophy during the 2009 season, bringing the city back together after Hurricane Katrina.

Drew Brees has set almost all the Saints passing records and even broken a handful of NFL records. He even went as far as to break his own records multiple times. To say that Brees is just Hall-of-Fame worthy would be an understatement.

Last year, Brees had us on the line for months as to whether he would retire or not, even though many thought he was coming back. He eventually signed back. This year is shaping out to be the same course; however, most people believe he will retire this year.

That said, it is sad to see such a luxurious career come to a close, but it is time after his fourteenth season with the organization to hang up his cleats for good

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