Drew Brees doesn’t look like someone about to retire from the NFL.
Brace’s coach, Todd Durkin, posted a video on social media on Saturday, which showed the Saints quarterback pushing a heavy-duty sled through the parking lot, including the captain: “Don’t know why He is so crazy today, but he must be brewing…”
Shortly after the end of the Saints season, Blaise is expected to retire on January 17th due to the Pirates’ playoff loss. But he hasn’t yet-and the longer he waits, the more hint he might reconsider his choice.
The videotape of his vigorous exercise will not quell those doubts. This is a comment in the video: “Please, what are you doing? Well, he never did that!… I don’t know what he is doing…. Never did it!… You need to challenge… This is a new record because it has never been done before!”
Blaise is also expected to retire in the last offseason, then retire in March and sign a two-year contract.
“Last year, he entered the Saints coaching team of the Pro Bowl and they cried because that was his last game. ESPN’s Adam Schefter said on the Rich Eisen Show this week.” Then he asked for some leave, and let’s see that he came back in March. “
Bress recently agreed to reduce his salary in 2021 from $25 million to the league minimum to help the Saints get through the salary cap. That was interpreted as a sign that he was about to retire.
However, Blaise pushed the sled like a man trying to avoid robbers, not a man related to keeping his father in shape.
Few athletes have won a championship ending like John Elway, Peyton Manning and Michael Strahan, but Blaise’s last game was a three-game interception defeat against Tom Brady. . This is not in line with the NFL’s historical lead in passing yards.
“I’m not saying he will come back. I still think he will retire,” Schifft said. “I don’t think these things are black and white, although I ultimately think it will be a decision, but he is still ready to go out.”