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Drew Brees Bio And Facts

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Drew Brees

Drew Brees is one of the top current National Football League quarterbacks of the 21st century. After graduating from a successful student athlete college career at Purdue University, Drew was drafted into the NFL in 2001, as the first pick in the second round of the draft by the San Diego Chargers. Five years later Drew signed with the Saints, located in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he has and will continue to play in the upcoming 2020 season. One of Drew's greatest accomplishments is when he led the New Orleans Saints to their first and only Super Bowl appearance and championship win. The Saints took the victory against the Indianapolis Colts.

Drew continues to inspire and give back both on and off of the football field. One of the most impactful parts of Drew's life is the foundation he started with his wife known as the Brees Dream Foundation, which works to help cancer patients, and provides both children and their families educational opportunities.

  • Born: January 15th, 1979 (15-01-1979)
  • Education: Purdue University
  • Net Worth: $160 Million
  • Occupation: NFL Quarterback
  • Height: 6'0" (1.83 m)
  • Weight: 209 lbs (94.80 kg)
  • Position: Quarterback
  • Years Active: 19
  • Career Wins: 163
  • Career Losses: 112
  • Nicknames: Breesus, Hurricane Drew, Cool Brees
  • Teams: New Orleans Saints

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Football Career

Drew Brees started his football career when he played as a student athlete at Purdue University. While a college athlete, Drew broke many records and helped lead the football team there to achieve many great accomplishments, including their first appearance at the Rose Bowl. In 2001 Drew Brees' professional football career officially began when he was drafted as the number one pick in the second round of the National Football League's annual draft. Brees got drafted by the San Diego Chargers, who he played with for five years before becoming a free agent in 2006. At that time he signed a contract with the New Orleans Saints, and has continued to play for them ever since.

In 2010, Drew won his first ever, and the Saints first ever Super Bowl Championship. This was not only both Drew and the Saint's first Super Bowl win, but their first appearance in the championship game.

Although Drew has not won another Super Bowl Championship since then, he has continued to play for the New Orleans Saints. More recently, in 2018, Brees re-signed with the Saints. The contract was for two years and a guaranteed twenty-seven million dollars. In March 2020, Brees renewed this contact when he signed for another two years with the Saints, but this time for fifty million dollars.

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Titles and Awards

While playing at Purdue University, Drew Brees broke many records. Year after year while he was a college athlete he constantly broke records for passing statistics as well as passing yards/touchdowns for the Big Ten Conference in which Purdue played in.Although he never won the title himself, Drew was a three time finalist for one of the most prestigious honors in college football, the Heisman Trophy.

In 2010, Drew won the most sought after trophy in professional football, the Superbowl Championship, after he led the New Orlean Saints to their first ever Superbowl appearance and championship win. Following the game, Drew was awarded the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player for the 2009-2010 season.

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Personal Life

Drew Brees was born in Austin, Texas on January 15th, 1979. His full and legal name is actually Andrew Christopher Brees, but he is better known by players and fans as Drew. Drew attended Westlake High School in Austin before he began his college football career at Purdue University. While at school he met his wife Brittany Dudchenko who was a fellow classmate there. After graduation the couple moved to California in order for Drew to play for the Chargers, before they moved to New Orleans.

In Louisiana, Drew's career not only took off, but the two started a family of their own. And together they created a beautiful life together with their one daughter and three sons. All of their children were born, and are currently being raised in New Orleans, as Drew's football career continues to flourish. When Drew is off of the football field he is giving back to the community through the foundation in which he and his wife created, The Brees Dream Foundation.

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Fun Facts

  • Drew is a co-author of the New York Times best selling book Coming Back Stronger. He wrote the book with Chris Fabry.
  • One of the unique things about Drew Brees in terms of his looks is the large birthmark that can be seen on his upper right cheek.
  • Drew Brees was on the cover of a famous video game. The video game was a version of Madden Football, specifically the version Madden NFL 11.
  • Drew actually shares the same birthday as one of his sons. He shares the same birthday, January 15th with his son Baylen, who is exactly thirty years younger than Drew.
  • Drew Brees was drafted into the National Football League at the age of twenty-two, and he continues to play as a professional football player at his current age of forty-one.
  • Drew wears the number nine on his jersey in honor of the famous Major League Baseball player Ted Williams.
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FAQ

Does Drew Brees still play in the NFL?

Yes, Drew Brees still plays in the National Football League as of the 2020 football season. Drew Brees began his professional football career when he was drafted into the NFL in 2001 by the Chargers. Five years later he signed a contract with the New Orleans Saints, and has continued his career there and still continues it with the Saints currently.

Does Drew Brees have any kids?

Yes, Drew Brees does have kids. Together with his wife Brittany Brees, Drew Brees has four kids (three boys and one girl). The Brees family includes Baylen, the oldest, Bowen and Callen the middle children, and lastly both the youngest and the only girl of the family Rylen Brees. The family of six lives in New Orleans full time, and all four children were born in Louisiana.

What is the Brees Dream Foundation?

The Brees Dream Foundation is a foundation that both Drew and his wife Brittany Brees established in 2003. After getting married, the couple decided to create this foundation and charitable organization in hopes of giving back to the community. The foundation works to both provide educational opportunities to those in need as well as help to better the lives of cancer patients. The foundation has had an impact worldwide, raising over thirty-five million dollars that has been donated to a variety of charitable causes.

Where does Drew Brees live?

Drew Brees lives permanently in New Orleans, Louisiana. The main reason that Drew lives here along with his wife and four children is because he plays for the New Orleans Saints team. Drew is the quarterback of the team and his main occupation is being a professional football player for the NFL. Drew and his wife moved to New Orleans from California after Drew signed with the Saints. Although Drew travels all the time for his job, he calls the Big Easy his home.

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