Drew Brees, one of the best directors in the history of the Overseas Professional Football League (NFL), announced his retirement.
The industry press has taken several weeks of work for the 42-year-old to end his career, and officially announced the news on Sunday, after he signed with the New Orleans Saints. The first contract is exactly 15 years.
Brees joined the NFL in 2001, played for the San Diego Chargers for the first five years of his career, and then moved from there to New Orleans, where Hurricane Katrina put the city and the team in trouble. Under the leadership of Brees, the Saints participated in 9 games and won the 2010 Super Bowl.
Brace ended his career and became the owner of several records: he is the NFL manager with the most seven yards, a total of 80,350 yards, and only seven times champion Tom Brady (581) has more than 571 TD passes. .